The Mars rover Curiosity has already sent back its fair share of amazing images - and it's only been on the planet for three weeks.
But perhaps the most amazing footage yet has only been compiled with the help of a willing amateur - who took the four frames-per-second clip of the rover landing on Mars and interpolated it to 25FPS.
The process involves taking lower-quality footage and using computers to 'recreate' the missing frames.
"This took me 4 days straight to put together, so I hope you enjoy it," said the YouTube user who made the video.
The result is a truly amazing clip which recreates the landing in real time, and in high-definition.
Take a look at the results, above.
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