NASA released a hi-def video of Curiosity's landing today and it's pretty cool:
And then there's this:
Meanwhile, the Mars rover Curiosity has completed its first drive, NASA scientists announced Wednesday, proving that it's capable of moving farther afield on the Red Planet. "It couldn't be more important. We built a rover, so unless the rover roves, we really haven't accomplished anything," said Curiosity Project Manager Pete Theisinger at Wednesday's news conference. "The fact that we completely exercised it, and everything was on track, is a big moment."