In case you missed this piece of awesomeness, Commander Chris Hadfield, whom we had the privilege of interviewing for Chasing Atlantis, connected live with William Shatner while Chris is on board the International Space Station
The Curiosity Rover has been on course to Mars for over 8 months launched on November 26th of 2011. The vehicle is now only hours away from landing. Over 10 hours ago, it was already closer to Mars than the Moon is to Earth. It will be landing inside what is called the Gale Grater on Mars.
Curiosity is Scheduled to Land today (August 5th) at 10:30pm Pacific Time (adjusted schedule of Time Zones for your area can be found below)