On Monday, NASA unveiled the breathtaking footage of the Perseverance rover landing on Mars.
More than any other Mars mission before it, this one was loaded with cameras to offer a front-row seat to landing on another planet.
The resulting video should give any fan of sci-fi movies a little déjà vu. Except this is all real.
Here is the parachute opening, some four minutes into the "seven minutes of terror," shot by the parachute look-up camera, positioned on the backshell of the spacecraft.