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KSC-07PD-2182 (08/04/2007) --- KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA's Phoenix Mars lander illuminates Launch Pad 17A as it lifts off aboard a Delta II 7925 rocket at 5:26 a.m. EDT from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Phoenix will land in icy soils near the north polar, permanent ice cap of Mars and explore the history of the water in these soils and any associated rocks, while monitoring polar climate. Landing on Mars is planned in May 2008 on arctic ground where a mission currently in orbit, Mars Odyssey, has detected high concentrations of ice just beneath the top layer of soil. Photo credit: NASA/Tony Gray and Robert Murray

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KSC-07PD-2181 (08/04/2007) --- KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - The Delta II 7925 rocket carrying NASA's Phoenix Mars lander lifts off at 5:26 a.m. EDT amid billows of smoke on Pad 17A at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Phoenix will land in icy soils near the north polar, permanent ice cap of Mars and explore the history of the water in these soils and any associated rocks, while monitoring polar climate. Landing on Mars is planned in May 2008 on arctic ground where a mission currently in orbit, Mars Odyssey, has detected high concentrations of ice just beneath the top layer of soil. Photo credit: NASA/Tony Gray and Robert Murray

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KSC-07PD-2180 (08/04/2007) --- KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA's Phoenix spacecraft makes an auspicious start on its journey to Mars aboard a Delta II 7925 rocket at 5:26 a.m. EDT from Pad 17A at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Phoenix will land in icy soils near the north polar, permanent ice cap of Mars and explore the history of the water in these soils and any associated rocks, while monitoring polar climate. Landing on Mars is planned in May 2008 on arctic ground where a mission currently in orbit, Mars Odyssey, has detected high concentrations of ice just beneath the top layer of soil. Photo credit: NASA/Tony Gray and Robert Murray

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KSC-07PD-2179 (08/04/2007) --- KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - The Delta II 7925 rocket carrying NASA's Phoenix Mars lander bounds off Pad 17A on Cape Canaveral Air Force Station at 5:26 a.m. EDT. Phoenix will land in icy soils near the north polar, permanent ice cap of Mars and explore the history of the water in these soils and any associated rocks, while monitoring polar climate. Landing on Mars is planned in May 2008 on arctic ground where a mission currently in orbit, Mars Odyssey, has detected high concentrations of ice just beneath the top layer of soil. Photo credit: NASA/Sandra Joseph and John Kechele

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KSC-07PD-2178 (08/04/2007) --- KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - The Delta II 7925 rocket carrying NASA's Phoenix Mars lander roars off Pad 17A on Cape Canaveral Air Force Station at 5:26 a.m. EDT. Phoenix will land in icy soils near the north polar, permanent ice cap of Mars and explore the history of the water in these soils and any associated rocks, while monitoring polar climate. Landing on Mars is planned in May 2008 on arctic ground where a mission currently in orbit, Mars Odyssey, has detected high concentrations of ice just beneath the top layer of soil. Photo credit: NASA/Sandra Joseph and John Kechele

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KSC-07PD-2177 (08/04/2007) --- KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - The Delta II 7925 rocket carrying NASA's Phoenix Mars lander thunders to life at 5:26 a.m. EDT at Pad 17A on Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Phoenix will land in icy soils near the north polar, permanent ice cap of Mars and explore the history of the water in these soils and any associated rocks, while monitoring polar climate. Landing on Mars is planned in May 2008 on arctic ground where a mission currently in orbit, Mars Odyssey, has detected high concentrations of ice just beneath the top layer of soil. Photo credit: NASA/Sandra Joseph and John Kechele

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KSC-07PD-2176 (08/04/2007) --- KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA's Phoenix spacecraft begins its journey to Mars aboard a Delta II 7925 rocket at 5:26 a.m. EDT from Pad 17A at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Phoenix will land in icy soils near the north polar, permanent ice cap of Mars and explore the history of the water in these soils and any associated rocks, while monitoring polar climate. Landing on Mars is planned in May 2008 on arctic ground where a mission currently in orbit, Mars Odyssey, has detected high concentrations of ice just beneath the top layer of soil. Photo credit: NASA/Tony Gray and Robert Murray

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KSC-07PD-2175 (08/04/2007) --- KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA's Phoenix spacecraft makes a dramatic start on its mission to Mars aboard a Delta II 7925 rocket at 5:26 a.m. EDT from Pad 17A at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Phoenix will land in icy soils near the north polar, permanent ice cap of Mars and explore the history of the water in these soils and any associated rocks, while monitoring polar climate. Landing on Mars is planned in May 2008 on arctic ground where a mission currently in orbit, Mars Odyssey, has detected high concentrations of ice just beneath the top layer of soil. Photo credit: NASA/Tony Gray and Robert Murray

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KSC-07PD-2174 (08/04/2007) --- KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA's Phoenix Mars lander lifts off from Pad 17A aboard a Delta II 7925 rocket at 5:26 a.m. EDT, illuminating the pad at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Phoenix will land in icy soils near the north polar, permanent ice cap of Mars and explore the history of the water in these soils and any associated rocks, while monitoring polar climate. Landing on Mars is planned in May 2008 on arctic ground where a mission currently in orbit, Mars Odyssey, has detected high concentrations of ice just beneath the top layer of soil. Photo credit: NASA/Regina Mitchell-Ryall and Jerry Cannon

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KSC-07PD-2173 (08/04/2007) --- KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA's Phoenix Mars lander lifts off from Pad 17A aboard a Delta II 7925 rocket at 5:26 a.m. EDT, illuminating the night sky over Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Phoenix will land in icy soils near the north polar, permanent ice cap of Mars and explore the history of the water in these soils and any associated rocks, while monitoring polar climate. Landing on Mars is planned in May 2008 on arctic ground where a mission currently in orbit, Mars Odyssey, has detected high concentrations of ice just beneath the top layer of soil. Photo credit: NASA/Regina Mitchell-Ryall and Jerry Cannon

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KSC-07PD-2172 (08/04/2007) --- KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA's Phoenix Mars lander lifts off from Pad 17A aboard a Delta II 7925 rocket amid billows of smoke at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station at 5:26 a.m. EDT. Phoenix will land in icy soils near the north polar, permanent ice cap of Mars and explore the history of the water in these soils and any associated rocks, while monitoring polar climate. Landing on Mars is planned in May 2008 on arctic ground where a mission currently in orbit, Mars Odyssey, has detected high concentrations of ice just beneath the top layer of soil. Photo credit: NASA/Regina Mitchell-Ryall and Jerry Cannon

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KSC-07PD-2171 (08/04/2007) --- KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA's Phoenix Mars lander lifts off from Pad 17A aboard a Delta II 7925 rocket at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station at 5:26 a.m. EDT. Phoenix will land in icy soils near the north polar, permanent ice cap of Mars and explore the history of the water in these soils and any associated rocks, while monitoring polar climate. Landing on Mars is planned in May 2008 on arctic ground where a mission currently in orbit, Mars Odyssey, has detected high concentrations of ice just beneath the top layer of soil. Photo credit: NASA/Regina Mitchell-Ryall and Jerry Cannon

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KSC-07PD-2170 (08/04/2007) --- KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The Delta II 7925 rocket carrying NASA's Phoenix Mars lander lifts off amid billows of smoke from Pad 17A at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station at 5:26 a.m. EDT. Phoenix will land in icy soils near the north polar, permanent ice cap of Mars and explore the history of the water in these soils and any associated rocks, while monitoring polar climate. Landing on Mars is planned in May 2008 on arctic ground where a mission currently in orbit, Mars Odyssey, has detected high concentrations of ice just beneath the top layer of soil. Photo credit: NASA/George Shelton

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KSC-07-S-00067 (08/04/2007) --- The Mars Phoenix Lander lifted off aboard a Delta II rocket. When the spacecraft arrives on the red planet, the lander's robotic arm will be used to dig through the top soil layer to the water ice below and ultimately bring both soil and water ice back to the lander platform for analysis.

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KSC-07-S-00066 (08/04/2007) --- George Diller interviews Phoenix Spacecraft Program Manager, Ed Sedivy. The Phoenix spacecraft will begin its journey toward Mars aboard a Delta II rocket. When it arrives, the lander's robotic arm will be used to dig through the top soil layer to the water ice below and ultimately bring both soil and water ice back to the lander platform for analysis.

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KSC-07-S-00065 (08/04/2007) --- NASA Launch Commentator George Diller begins coverage of the Phoenix Mars Lander mission. The Phoenix spacecraft will begin its journey toward Mars aboard a Delta II rocket. When it arrives, the lander's robotic arm will be used to dig through the top soil layer to the water ice below and ultimately bring both soil and water ice back to the lander platform for analysis.

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KSC-07-S-00064 (08/04/2007) --- NASA Commentator George Diller interviews Launch Director Chuck Dovale and concludes the program. When Phoenix arrives on the red planet, the lander's robotic arm will be used to dig through the top soil layer to the water ice below and ultimately bring both soil and water ice back to the lander platform for analysis.

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KSC-07-S-00063 (08/04/2007) --- Confirmation was transmitted to Mission Control that the solid rocket boosters have successfully separated from the spacecraft. When Phoenix arrives on the red planet, the lander's robotic arm will be used to dig through the top soil layer to the water ice below and ultimately bring both soil and water ice back to the lander platform for analysis.

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KSC-07-S-00061 (08/04/2007) --- Mission control managers are polled for the spacecraft's readiness for flight. The Phoenix spacecraft will begin its journey toward Mars aboard a Delta II rocket. When it arrives, the lander's robotic arm will be used to dig through the top soil layer to the water ice below and ultimately bring both soil and water ice back to the lander platform for analysis.

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KSC-07PD-2169 (08/03/2007) --- KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Rollback of the mobile service tower, or gantry, from around the Delta II 7925 rocket is complete on Launch Pad 17A at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Equipped with three stages and nine strap-on solid rocket motors, the Delta II rocket packs plenty of punch for sending the Phoenix spacecraft on its way toward Mars. Launch is targeted for Aug. 4 during one of two opportunities for liftoff: 5:26 or 6:02 a.m. EDT. Phoenix will land in icy soils near the north polar, permanent ice cap of Mars and explore the history of the water in these soils and any associated rocks, while monitoring polar climate. Read more...

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