Phoenix Mars Mission (May 30, 2008) (Article posted May 30, 2008; referencing news conference of May 30, 2008; and elsewhere identified as being released May 30, 2008. Article's dateline of May 29 is not accurate.)
"Scientists have discovered what may be ice that was exposed when soil was blown away as NASA's Phoenix spacecraft landed on Mars last Sunday, May 25. The possible ice appears in an image the robotic arm camera took underneath the lander, near a footpad...."
- Images shown at press conference
(May or may not work: They're using 'new and improved' software. Nifty when it works.)
- Videos shown during the press conference
It may not be Hollywood-dramatic, but this unfolding tale of a robot in the arctic wastes of Mars, prospecting for ice, has its own appeal. And, it's real.