The Phoenix Lander is scheduled to land tonight on Mars. As of last night’s report on Spaceflight Now,
NASA’s Phoenix lander closed in on Mars Saturday, healthy and on course for touchdown Sunday evening near the red planet’s northern polar cap. Engineers at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif., decided to forego a course-correction rocket firing late Saturday but left open the option for a final trajectory tweak Sunday eight hours before atmospheric entry.
Here’s the link to the Mission Status Center.by