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Like the Phoenix bird of ancient mythology, the Phoenix Mars Mission is reborn out of fire; this new mission was created from the embers of previous Mars endeavors. Sunday, May 25th 4:00 p.m. KUAT6

![Phoenix Mars Lander][phoenix-landing]

Phoenix successfully lands on the surface of Mars - Sunday, May 25th 2008.

Phoenix Mars Mission: Ashes to Ice
Sunday, May 25th 4 PM on KUAT6

NASA Mars Phoenix Lander Briefing
Should include first downlink of data from surface of Mars
Sunday, May 25th 6:30 PM on KUAT6

Public Landing Celebration
University of Arizona
Sunday, May 25th 3 to 8 PM
University of Arizona Mars site

Phoenix Mars Mission: Ashes to Ice site

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