7 Minutes to Mars: NASA's Perseverance Rover Attempts Most Dangerous Landing Yet

Vitenskap og teknologi

All landings on Mars are difficult, but NASA's Perseverance rover is attempting to touch down in the most challenging terrain on Mars ever targeted.
The intense entry, descent, and landing phase, known as EDL, begins when the spacecraft reaches the top of the Martian atmosphere. Engineers have referred to the time it takes to land on Mars as the "seven minutes of terror."
The landing sequence is complex and targeting a location like Jezero Crater on Mars is only possible because of new landing technologies known as Range Trigger and Terrain-Relative Navigation.
The Perseverance rover is set to land on the surface of Mars on February 18, 2021.
For more information about Perseverance, visit mars.nasa.gov/perseverance
Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

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  • bcvbb hyui
    bcvbb hyui56 minutter siden

    Man! That was a lot of work put into Perseverance, Best one yet!

  • BHAVISYAवाणी
    BHAVISYAवाणी2 timer siden

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  • cépa moa
    cépa moa4 timer siden

    it is like the small automatic vacum cleaner in my kitchen but on mars !

  • Norman Scott
    Norman Scott5 timer siden

    There is nothing there. No water... No air.. No life. I predict that about 2 weeks after the first people land there they are going to look at eachother and say "Dear God, what have we done.

  • bcvbb hyui

    bcvbb hyui

    55 minutter siden

    Ilon Mask!

  • MUSTAFA DERCİ
    MUSTAFA DERCİ10 timer siden

    I don't believe it. It's like a movie scene. Sorry it doesn't have any credibility.

  • ma jord
    ma jord12 timer siden

    140 million miles in 7 months? 😂 20 000 000 miles per month 645 161 miles per day 26 882 per hour 448 miles per minute 7,5 miles per second You dumb or just ignorant?

  • Tariqul Alam Mohd
    Tariqul Alam Mohd12 timer siden

    We see multi coloured people who work for NASA

  • Σigma
    Σigma14 timer siden

    Why Perseverance is a "she" and not a "he" or an "it"? What defines the gender of a rover? 😁

  • pradeep bd
    pradeep bd17 timer siden

    I wish I will reach there...in future ..

  • Malcom Johnson
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  • Muneer Muneer
    Muneer Muneer21 time siden

    👍

  • ma jord
    ma jord22 timer siden

    Don’t believe this, it’s just propaganda.

  • ma jord

    ma jord

    9 timer siden

    @AstroPlays - Among Us Great! 👍😂

  • AstroPlays - Among Us

    AstroPlays - Among Us

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    @ma jord No, it's possible. Earth's escape velocity or the velocity needed to escape Earth's SOI is 10km/s, as time passes by, it slows down because it's nearing apogee around the Sun. By the 7th month Mars will intersect with the rover's orbit. And I'm not dumb. *You are*

  • ma jord

    ma jord

    12 timer siden

    @AstroPlays - Among Us 140 million miles in 7 months? 😂 20 000 000 miles per month 645 161 miles per day 26 882 per hour 448 miles per minute 7,5 miles per second You dumb or just ignorant?

  • AstroPlays - Among Us

    AstroPlays - Among Us

    20 timer siden

    what the heck

  • Ángel
    ÁngelDag siden

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  • Ailsa Ni
    Ailsa NiDag siden

    First time I've ever slowed down a video...these engineers talk fast when they're excited

  • Mark Herera
    Mark HereraDag siden

    Thats great nasa is the best i love planet and science

  • Junk Man Channel
    Junk Man ChannelDag siden

    Mars: please humans dont bring wars n diseases to our home.. Humans: Ah hahahaha haha

  • Junk Man Channel
    Junk Man ChannelDag siden

    They should send it to mars north pole

  • Ailsa Ni

    Ailsa Ni

    Dag siden

    300,000,000 miles? lol cmon!!

  • Rhaizenne Fenatti
    Rhaizenne FenattiDag siden

    Reality: humans are the 👽 aliens. They want to invade another planet

  • Dag siden

    Ilon Mask!

  • thecatlady
    thecatladyDag siden

    Fake footage. NASA is nothing but a lie. Moonlanding was fake as well. Hollywood productions I am convinced of that!

  • AstroPlays - Among Us

    AstroPlays - Among Us

    20 timer siden

    what the heck, prove it

  • Dees Nuts
    Dees NutsDag siden

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  • ML Goddess
    ML GoddessDag siden

    Fascinating. Unbelievable technology. Kudos to everyone who's part of this mission.

  • AstroPlays - Among Us

    AstroPlays - Among Us

    20 timer siden

    @ma jord no it's not wth

  • ma jord

    ma jord

    22 timer siden

    It’s fake, lies are rarely fascinating

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  • Rob Gnisir
    Rob GnisirDag siden

    One India female , one Chinese male, one black male , two european females.. Where is the white european male?....guess they are not part of diversity, even though they started and provided the foundation to all of this. How ungrateful the hypocritical diversity crowd is.

  • bboi fliproc
    bboi fliprocDag siden

    landing in safely was already an amazing job, salute to all earth's brilliant minds.

  • Bharath A B
    Bharath A BDag siden

    hey 1100+ dislikers, sorry for probing your planet

  • Bangla Islamic Dawah Channel
    Bangla Islamic Dawah Channel2 dager siden

    Allah Is Creator For Whole Universe ...Knowledge Is Power,Learn and Accept ,You guys Should More Knows About Your Creator......because We are Being Tested For Little while ..

  • Олександр Справедливий
    Олександр Справедливий2 dager siden

    А где ж ПАБЕДЫ Рогозина? На батуте или в дырявом МТС?

  • rashal hossain
    rashal hossain2 dager siden

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  • Susan Mariquit
    Susan Mariquit2 dager siden

    Fil-Am engineers had greatly contributed their knowledge for the successful achievements of Perseverance rover Congratulations to all teams and may you continue to achieve more for the future of mankind

  • Chairman 001
    Chairman 0012 dager siden

    300,000,000 miles? lol cmon!!

  • Jarwo Paspor
    Jarwo Paspor2 dager siden

    Kok ada kamera yg memvideo siap duluan di mars ..keren

  • Jue and RIms
    Jue and RIms2 dager siden

    Man! That was a lot of work put into Perseverance, Best one yet!

  • Meg Stewart
    Meg Stewart2 dager siden

    Is there a Spanish language version of this video?

  • Darmansyah Putra
    Darmansyah Putra2 dager siden

    The flat earth is real

  • seeni gzty

    seeni gzty

    2 dager siden

    NASA have so many pictures but NASA don't have clips while perseverance rover explore the surface of the red planet.

  • Infinus Ultima
    Infinus Ultima2 dager siden

    They constantly wonder if life ever existed on mars yet they never send a probe at the poles, the only place on the planet with snow/ice

  • seeni gzty

    seeni gzty

    2 dager siden

    This is so cool! I love the sky crane video @t

  • Green Earth 2.O
    Green Earth 2.O2 dager siden

    Kindly don't allow any religion to this massive success of human kind, its all our 0.000001 success only, still long way to search

  • Garibaldi Maia de Araujo
    Garibaldi Maia de Araujo2 dager siden

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  • ej_ soul_jah
    ej_ soul_jah2 dager siden

    Nasa's animation is getting better and better!

  • Gilbert Maravilla
    Gilbert Maravilla2 dager siden

    Lakas ng hangin sa Mars ah ..

  • Abdellatif Ouali
    Abdellatif Ouali2 dager siden

    Fake fake!!!

  • Alejandro Del Cid
    Alejandro Del Cid2 dager siden

    Fake news! And real news: look here: “Mars Perseverance Rover Landing Debunked”

  • SAKAERU DAO DAO
    SAKAERU DAO DAO2 dager siden

    NASA STAFF DON’T BE CHINESE ??? DON’T BELIEVE! MR AL CHEN ? TALK SHOW ON TV WHO’S ....?

  • jashim uddin
    jashim uddin2 dager siden

    Allah how Akbar

  • Arn M.E. Vlog
    Arn M.E. Vlog3 dager siden

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  • Rejani BJ
    Rejani BJ3 dager siden

    Great acheivement. Big Salute to the team

  • bocoy noiu
    bocoy noiu3 dager siden

    ❤❤❤

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    Evelyn Wagner3 dager siden

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  • Mr. Creel
    Mr. Creel3 dager siden

    This is so cool! I love the sky crane video @t

  • DaweeeRio Roosevelt
    DaweeeRio Roosevelt3 dager siden

    NASA have so many pictures but NASA don't have clips while perseverance rover explore the surface of the red planet.

  • DaweeeRio Roosevelt

    DaweeeRio Roosevelt

    3 dager siden

    Racist Spotted.

  • bocoy noiu

    bocoy noiu

    3 dager siden

    Ah, the classic asians

  • SUPER LABINE
    SUPER LABINE3 dager siden

    So this is what they call a progressive video? A white-male-free footage so it won't be threatening to viewers 😂

  • Abul kashem
    Abul kashem3 dager siden

    Congratulated Nasa. From Bangladesh

  • zabijca
    zabijca3 dager siden

    No white men were ever working on this project, ever. Only women and ethnic minorities. That's right.

  • Dr Mantis Toboggan

    Dr Mantis Toboggan

    3 dager siden

    @zabijca or those are just the people who worked on it...

  • zabijca

    zabijca

    3 dager siden

    @Dr Mantis Toboggan It clearly mattered for people who made this video. Reminded my Spacex events. In early vids where space workers chanting USA! USA! after successful start/landing you'll struggle to see even one woman, (diversity both racial and gender craze wasn't nearly as strong as it is now) yet when came to live interviews before manned start they put in the front of the camera probably every woman or someone from racial minority they could find there.

  • Dr Mantis Toboggan

    Dr Mantis Toboggan

    3 dager siden

    Does it matter what skin color or gender the people working on this have? Shouldn't it just matter that they are good at their job?

  • Let'sgo
    Let'sgo3 dager siden

    Hello

  • techcanyon
    techcanyon3 dager siden

    Will human life be immortal for life or human would still die on mars planet? Is mars not vulnerable to the heartquake and tsunami that we are facing on earth?

  • Denric Ian Gaba
    Denric Ian Gaba3 dager siden

    Grabe! Amazing, lahat Ng creations Ni Lord God! 😇

  • natural bangla
    natural bangla3 dager siden

    Congratulations

  • Vallas Jo
    Vallas Jo3 dager siden

    AMAZING ACHIEVEMENT...........

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    Anto Paul Chazhoor.. Thrissur city.3 dager siden

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  • k venkateswarrau
    k venkateswarrau3 dager siden

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  • Igor Prawdziwy
    Igor Prawdziwy3 dager siden

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    Starcologist3 dager siden

    **Flat Earthers left the chat**

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    Shirima Net3 dager siden

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  • 76 76
    76 763 dager siden

    Ah, the classic asians

  • Shiva Srivastava
    Shiva Srivastava3 dager siden

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  • Truth Facts
    Truth Facts3 dager siden

    Parachute? Is there air maars?

  • Thomas Hobbs
    Thomas Hobbs4 dager siden

    If NASA dissolved tomorrow nothing of value would be lost.

  • Dr Mantis Toboggan

    Dr Mantis Toboggan

    3 dager siden

    What makes you say that?

  • HEIST STOMZ
    HEIST STOMZ4 dager siden

    Great 🙂💞 love from india. 🥰😘😘😘

  • काव्य - सागर
    काव्य - सागर4 dager siden

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  • maître spirituel marabout médium
    maître spirituel marabout médium4 dager siden

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  • Marco Cezar Pinto De Aragao
    Marco Cezar Pinto De Aragao4 dager siden

    Talvez essa Jezero seja num deserto aqui na Terra.

  • Sunil Nair
    Sunil Nair4 dager siden

    Why wasting money no use. Spend money for health and education.

  • Dr Mantis Toboggan

    Dr Mantis Toboggan

    3 dager siden

    You want a space exploration company to start working on health and education?

  • Bernardi Hugo
    Bernardi Hugo4 dager siden

    Nuestro planeta Tierra es hoy el único lugar conocido que alberga vida. La posible existencia de vida extraterrestre es una cuestión que ha fascinado a la humanidad durante siglos. Desde el punto de vista científico, obtener una respuesta requiere un enorme esfuerzo colaborativo entre múltiples campos de investigación científica que incluyen astronomía, física, química, biología, geología, e incluso filosofía de la ciencia. Es importante no perder de vista que este impulso por explorar otros planetas, no nos distraiga de lo mas importante que es cuidar el nuestro, que hasta ahora es un paraíso único, en medio del desierto espacial.

  • Chess With Homer
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    sayam Abu sadat md4 dager siden

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  • Ashok Ghosh
    Ashok Ghosh4 dager siden

    Wonderful feeling

  • sehhi vooty
    sehhi vooty4 dager siden

    Swati mohan the lady who is Mission control director is from my village in South India state of Tamil nadu

  • Erwin de Haas
    Erwin de Haas4 dager siden

    Mooi dat het kan, maar vind eigenlijk wel dat als zo'n apparaat is uitgewerkt dat het dan wel weer terug moet naar aarde. Vind eigenlijk niet dat we het daar achter moeten laten. Zooi maken op een andere planeet lijkt me niet de bedoeling.

  • Kenneth Mccalla
    Kenneth Mccalla4 dager siden

    Speed is what count to know more about the universe. We might know more we know very little at the moment

  • Will Ahmad
    Will Ahmad4 dager siden

    skycrane fly away to a safe distance.... my question is, where it goes? Does it landed safely also somewhere or just hit the Mars surface and destroyed?

  • sehhi vooty

    sehhi vooty

    4 dager siden

    I'm impressed even if the control is in the U.S. and the Rover is in Iceland. I'm not impressed if the control is also in Iceland. I haven't seen the above video but I'm impressed

  • talzotar
    talzotar4 dager siden

    Nice CGI footage from Nasau.hhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

  • Vivian Castillo
    Vivian Castillo4 dager siden

    Awesome share! Thanks

  • A'prille F
    A'prille F4 dager siden

    That is Soo Cool

  • RODRIGO YBANEZ
    RODRIGO YBANEZ4 dager siden

    I think mars is a hot planet bcoz no water..no water means no oxygen..oxygen is the cold air we breath and hot air is co2

  • v. kozyrev
    v. kozyrev4 dager siden

    «Мы подождем, пока американцы истратят деньги на новые технологии, а потом - цап-царап. Или задешево купим."

  • Mili Jannat
    Mili Jannat4 dager siden

    Excellent team work Congratulations Nasa

  • the rock
    the rock4 dager siden

    Dont disturb the aliens, they might strike back!

  • Luigi Palma
    Luigi Palma5 dager siden

    Importante tecnologia Italiana fatta nella mia città, Torino

  • Anthony Lim
    Anthony Lim5 dager siden

    If perseverance was launched july 2020, it took 7 months to reach Mars

  • WILL UIS
    WILL UIS5 dager siden

    the rover design is not bulletproof

  • starlab k
    starlab k5 dager siden

    These guys are good ..they should plan to plan to put a rover on some planet some time maybe

  • Жоробек Кылланов
    Жоробек Кылланов5 dager siden

    Итог

  • 007
    0075 dager siden

    Image taken by Rover after landing shows 2 ufo one each at extreme left and right ,zoom the image and see it by yourself.

  • rachid mandaris
    rachid mandaris5 dager siden

    I do have two question? We all know there is no oxygen at Mars so how come the energy been produced to land on Mars? Second question temperature is too high more than 3500 Celsius which is enough to melt anything and makes landing impossible

  • AstroPlays - Among Us

    AstroPlays - Among Us

    5 dager siden

    Mars is not hot, re-entry is the one which is hot. The heat shield is composed of elements like aluminum that can withstand so much heat So, Mars is definitely not hot, it's cold. Re-entry (and Mars' hot core) is what's hot. *GOT IT?!*

  • UFO Skytimewatcher Olaf Weng
    UFO Skytimewatcher Olaf Weng5 dager siden

    All Simulation, but nice CGI!🤭

  • Toy Mak
    Toy Mak5 dager siden

    I'm impressed even if the control is in the U.S. and the Rover is in Iceland. I'm not impressed if the control is also in Iceland. I haven't seen the above video but I'm impressed if they can shoot the transition view from Mars as a ball, down to filling the whole screen with Mars background, to shooting footage during landing. Somebody please tell me is it summer or winter in that site in Mars? Or would they be content to have the Iceland environment as is?

  • Subjohny
    Subjohny5 dager siden

    PUBG graphics looks way better 🤣

  • Wadson Fourrien
    Wadson Fourrien5 dager siden

    Wow! A lot of improvements have been made since Curiosity landed on Mars

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