Phoenix is away from Florida; its first and second stages appear to have performed absolutely beautifully. Now there is a 1-hour wait -- apparently, the longest in Delta launch history -- before the second firing of the second stage motor. Phoenix is not yet free of Earth; it's in orbit now. It will take another two-minute firing of the second stage motor, and then the burn of the third-stage motor, to take it onward to Mars.
Here's some grainy NASA TV of the launch; I'll have better images to post later...
Seconds before launch for Phoenix
Here's a neat shot, showing the last three solid rockets in the act of being jettisoned.
And here's a photo of the pad, now empty. Now they can get Dawn restacked on the adjacent pad!