That is light, recorded at a frame rate so high that a bullet would take a year to cross the screen. It is one of the most amazing videos I have watched this year, perhaps second only to the Curiosity landing video, both of which show that the impossible is always being achieved.
The wait is almost over. Check out NASA’s official page on the Curiosity rover.
The rover is currently closing in on Mars, with a few hours before landing. The image below links to NASA’s “Where is Curiosity” page with real-time locations.
The landing itself will be very intricate. Many different processes will have to work perfectly for a successful landing. Let’s hope all goes well.
Edit: It successfully landed! Great job NASA! Here is the first picture, in which Curiosity overlooks its own shadow: