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The patch is located here: []. It would be best for consistency with other missions to include this as well. Being a publicly funded project, the patch is of course in the public domain as well. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Xession (talk • contribs) 00:37, 7 December 2010 (UTC)
Immediately prior, Phoenix sent its final message: "Triumph" in binary code.
The reference is simply the message in the Phoenix twitter feed, not any kind of official claim that the lander itself sent the message. Any news articles I found also only state that this was in the twitter feed and do not state it was sent by the lander. The tweet itself is not particularly interesting, so I've removed the line. If anyone can find credible evidence that Phoenix itself sent the message it can be replaced.