Here are some of today's images from Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, showing Phoenix sitting squarely on the surface. (The coordinates of that spot I now know to be 68.218830N 234.250778E, using the IAU 2000 Areocentric coordinate system -- thanks, Tim!) Thanks to some helpers at unmannedspaceflight.com I can also point you to a "before" image of the Phoenix landing site, centered squarely enough on it that its narrow little bit of color data sweeps right across. What that meant is that I could put together this little blink animation showing the northern plains before and after the Phoenix landing. Fun! I did my best to match the "before" and "after" color levels, but it's not a very good job, I'm afraid.