Watch the video of Curiosity landing on Mars. You will be impressed.

The following video is an improved version of the one NASA published, and is about the Curiosity robot landing on the surface of Mars.

Because of the limited number of photographs, it makes sense that the video skipped frames, and to make it less boring than Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey, it played back three times faster than reality. Even like this though, you still sat there, gawking.

Imagine how much better it looks now, that a user took upon him to increase frames from 4 to 25 per second, while at the same time improving noise, white balance and color saturation. The result is at least impressive.

Take a look at it and you’ll agree.

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