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Where To View the Mars Curiosity Landing 97

Posted by samzenpus
from the check-it-out dept.
An anonymous reader writes "In addition to the NASA mission pages here's a decent list of links showing where you can view the Mars Curiosity Landing online or at an event. Does anyone have recommendations for other sources of coverage on August 6?"
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Where To View the Mars Curiosity Landing

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  • Not a special case (Score:4, Insightful)

    by Sloppy (14984) on Friday August 03, 2012 @10:46AM (#40868035) Homepage Journal

    Does anyone have recommendations for other sources of coverage on August 6?

    Same solution as everything else: timeshift it. Defer source-selection until after some other chump sucker has done all the hard work. Let someone else figure out which videos cover it best. Then a few hours/days later, see which videos are being raved about, and watch them.

    This is the very best, most sastisfying, least time-wasting, most educating, most convenient, fastest, least-bandwidth-intensive, most efficient approach, and it works just as well for NASA as it does for all other forms of news which don't involve nuclear attacks, tornados, or other stuff like that.

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