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‘Touchdown Confirmed. We’re Safe on Mars’

At 1:32amET this morning, as the cable news networks looked on, confirmation that NASA’s rover Curiosity landed safely on Mars, after traveling hundreds of millions of miles through space. “Touchdown confirmed. We’re safe on Mars,” was the call. CNN International was simulcast on CNN with NASA reporter John Zarrella contributing. On Fox News, Marianne Rafferty was joined by former NASA astronaut Tom Jones and NBC’s space man of 51 years, Jay Barbree, phoned in to MSNBC for their coverage. Here’s the moment when Curiosity touched down, and the excitement at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory just north of Los Angeles.

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Eagles Postgame Live Sets Ratings Record After Philadelphia's Comeback Victory

After DeSean Jackson clowned his way into the endzone on Sunday against the New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles fans switched to Comcast SportsNet’s Eagles Postgame Live in record numbers.

Eagles Postgame Live scored a record-breaking 5.2 household rating (155,000 households), making it the most watched Eagles postgame show in the network’s 14-year history. It peaked at a 6.9 rating (205,300 HH) at 5 p.m. Read more

Jon Gruden To Miami Rumors Heating Up On Twitter

Less than 24 hours after the University of Miami fired football coach Randy Shannon, Lake Lewis of the Sports Journey Broadcast Network tweeted that Jon Gruden would be the next coach of the Hurricanes.

I know, I know.

Lake who?

According to his Twitter profile, he’s a former ESPN radio guy who covers the Washington Redskins.

Peter King of Sports Illustrated shot down the rumor before the Monday Night Football analyst issued a statement:

“I am committed to Monday Night Football and to ESPN. I enjoy working with Mike, Jaws and our entire crew and am just trying to get better at this job.” Read more

Cablers Watch as Atlantis Launches for Final Time

The space shuttle Atlantis lifted off at Cape Canaveral in Florida this afternoon for a final time. (AP story) Fox News, CNN, and MSNBC all took the NASA video and audio feed live from take off to orbit. Here’s how it looked:

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FNC dropped their standard ticker and put up a pretty cool display with the flight data.

Fox Business Network also carried the launch, though the other biz nets, Bloomberg and CNBC, did not.

Astronaut Tom Jones appeared from Washington on FNC with Megyn Kelly. John Zarrella reported from Kennedy Space Center for CNN and Jay Barbree was there for MSNBC. Barbree is the only journalist to have covered every manned space mission in US history.