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As I mentioned yesterday, the Curiosity Mission is sure to have more real-time, live information and media than any mission before it. This is a good thing of course, but there is one, slight, 21st Century flaw… The information is abundant, it’s stretching across all of the major social networks, most science websites, and countless blogs… It’s already easy to get lost in the sea of info resources out there and the damn thing hasn’t even landed yet.

One thing that is a must find is the live-stream of the rover’s descent and landing. There are a few places to watch it, but I’ll only add two so as not to add to the information chaos out there:

  1. NASAJPL2 Ustream:  Which will show the landing uninterrupted with mission audio only
  2. NASAJPL Ustream:  Which will add commentary and interviews