The Insane Engineering of the Perseverance Rover

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References:
[1] mars.nasa.gov/mars2020/spacecraft/rover/wheels/#:~:text=The%20Perseverance%20rover%20has%20six,and%20curve%2C%20making%20arcing%20turns
[2]www.jpl.nasa.gov/images/zeroing-in-on-the-target
[3] mars.nasa.gov/mars2020/mission/science/landing-site/
[4]www.mdpi.com/2411-9660/3/2/22/pdf-vor
[5] mars.nasa.gov/mars2020/spacecraft/rover/electrical-power/
[6] rps.nasa.gov/about-rps/about-plutonium-238/#:~:text=Credit%3A%20U.S.%20Department%20of%20Energy,as%20a%20piece%20of%20paper.
[7] fas.org/nuke/space/pu-ulysses.pdf
[8] www.acs.org/content/acs/en/education/whatischemistry/landmarks/plutonium-238-production.html
[9] science.nasa.gov/science-news/science-at-nasa/2000/ast13nov_1#:~:text=Most%20of%20the%20station's%20oxygen,hydrogen%20gas%20and%20oxygen%20gas.&text=The%20hydrogen%20is%20used%20for,is%20released%20into%20the%20atmosphere
[10] www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S009457651630203X
[11a] mars.nasa.gov/mars2020/spacecraft/rover/electrical-power/
[12] www.nasa.gov/sites/default/files/atoms/files/fs_moxie_150908.pdf
[13] mars.nasa.gov/mars2020/spacecraft/rover/sample-handling/
[14] mars.nasa.gov/mars-exploration/missions/mars-sample-return/
[15] mars.nasa.gov/mars2020/spacecraft/instruments/sherloc/
[16] mars.nasa.gov/mars2020/spacecraft/instruments/pixl/
[17]link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11214-020-00740-4
[18] www.nasa.gov/feature/jpl/6-things-to-know-about-nasas-ingenuity-mars-helicopter


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  • Real Engineering
    Real Engineering5 dager siden

    The response to this video has been huge. One of our biggest videos ever. We worked our ass off on these animations. Big shout out to Mike and Eli, our stellar animators. Also big thanks to Curiosity Stream, without them we simple would not have the budget to make something this ambitious. If you liked this video, you will love that Armstrong documentary on CS. It gives me some serious goals to work towards. Packed with information and beautiful story telling.

  • Mark

    Mark

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    @The Rat Chad Here ya go.... From a new ager ......... nolocal.info/have/video/ipGWfr2RuHGnmHg

  • Mark

    Mark

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    @The Rat Chad Sure I can share from a non Christian or a Christian which would you prefer?

  • The Rat Chad

    The Rat Chad

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    @Mark You gonna tell us how the earth is flat next?

  • Moss M

    Moss M

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    @Mark oh ok, I’ll keep that in mind

  • Phil Wright

    Phil Wright

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    Insane bullshit

  • Steve Bennett
    Steve Bennett7 minutter siden

    It's pretty cool to think that while ur reading this little insignificant reply, perseverance is roaming mars.

  • yashvi sharma
    yashvi sharma15 minutter siden

    Such a nice video!

  • MIKHAEL Jr
    MIKHAEL Jr33 minutter siden

    The cameraman has tremendous courage 👍

  • Steve Dennis
    Steve Dennis36 minutter siden

    What if Mars was obliterated millions of years ago! When i say that I mean the outside of the planet! The beings on the planet had burrowed into the planet millions of years ago! You won't bother them until you start digging! You get water on Mars for 3 months of the year on the North Pole as we'd call it! They could collect that and live within the planet! Musk has started to burrow into the earth for fast vehicle travel! I wonder if it's starting for us just like what happened to Mars!

  • thecrazyloser7
    thecrazyloser758 minutter siden

    Well, so basically soil samples will be lost because storms or covered by dust and become trash. Too many years until the next rover can take those.

  • Playana Kobi
    Playana Kobi58 minutter siden

    I'm excited for Perserverance's and Ingenuity's finds. And I hope I can see the day when humans have a permanent base in Mars. And rovers possibly preparing a place for humans to stay.

  • aidan hart
    aidan hartTime siden

    I hope it goes wells :) but all the moving parts has me worried

  • Darth Virgin
    Darth VirginTime siden

    today, MOXIE. tomorrow, terraforming Mars.

  • Jesse James Bell
    Jesse James BellTime siden

    Enjoyed the show and may pay for more! But my Irish-sounding friend I am a retired ( 8 years ) USAF Crash Rescue Fire fighter and (14 ) Years US. Navy Air Crew Survival Equipmentman ( Aviation Life Support Systems ) and working at NASA on the Spacesuits would be the mecca of my job expertise. ..! But I am also a UFO BUFF and Air Craft Buff since I was 14 Years old watching Project UFO based off The Air Forces Project Blue Book !...I have seen just about every show that covered this subject matter before my military life and well after I have retired! Seen the SR-71 in 1970 when It landed with an emergency at my base Mealstrome AFB, MT! After retiring in 93 I took a contractor job working tor McDonnell Douglas / Boeing at NSAWC/ TOPGUN at Fallon Nevada, 130 miles from Area -51! I have talk to many F-4, F-5, F-16, F-14, F-15 Pilots long before VF-41 Pilots saw the Tic Tack UFO and other sightings! During all of my Data collections, I know of every UFO sighting around the world, and three years before I got station at Maelstrom AFB, MT there was a UFO that shut down all the Missile in the area and I have even been down inside a launch capsule out in the Montana boondocks and through co-workers, I know this to be true and factual as I later was a member of the Air Forces REDHORSE Crash recovery Deployment team ! I have to ask you, Are you aware of the Two Different NASA's? For years we have heard the reports of a flying Triangle Craft that has been seen all around this world for many years, Even the Tic Tack has been seen years before the Nimitz VF-41 F-18s spotted it! Now I hear it took 7 months to reach MARS! I hear we have a SpaceCraft the can go to mars and be bach before Noon! Maybe the TR3B ?.... Why are we paying for NASA and the Black Projects and get lied to about all this old space Travel BS and keep pumping $$$$$$ into NASA, Are we this stupid????? Phoenix, AZ 1997, thousands saw it, Brent Warters UK saw the same stuff as Maelstrom AFB saw ??? I think we can handle the truth and stop farting around with this landing on MARS when we have the so-called SPACE FORCE now SOLOR WARDEN as it was called! Bob Lazar's story and the many many people who have seen with their own eyes as I have! Don't panic the people, because truth is we are the low hanging fruit and if " They " wanted us gone they would have done so! It's time the truth came out and stop all this slow boat to China BS ! ( Excuse the Spelling and Bad grammar I had to speak my peace ! ) We are being Lied to! .....Man in Black !

  • knee gear
    knee gear2 timer siden

    aliens gotta be impressed when pulling it apart

  • Hakuna Matata
    Hakuna Matata2 timer siden

    So plutonium dioxide is kind of an arc reactor For the perseverance 🤔 Coooooooooollll...

  • friscomelt4life
    friscomelt4life2 timer siden

    MERS

  • Meetra Surrik
    Meetra Surrik2 timer siden

    I'm so excited to see the first human on Mars, I cant wait

  • kelvin fennell\
    kelvin fennell\2 timer siden

    Petition for Perseverance to find Oppy and give them a proper send off

  • Erik Stammers
    Erik Stammers2 timer siden

    "mers"

  • DSM
    DSM2 timer siden

    how the hell am I allowed to watch this for free

  • Mark
    Mark2 timer siden

    Sorry but this is completely fake like the moon landing. They can send back crystal clear images yet NASA admits all pictures of earth are CGI... And NASA says they can't go back to the moon because they lost the technology.

  • Cameron Bayes
    Cameron Bayes2 timer siden

    The responsible list secondly raise because piccolo topically attack within a abandoned india. nutritious, humorous tea

  • mr. ram
    mr. ram3 timer siden

    Just send me.. i volunteer to a one way trip to mars.. ill make that sacrifice.

  • Hugh Jass
    Hugh Jass3 timer siden

    "On Julee t'ertieth, 2020" oh great. I have to listen to an Irish fuck for the next 20 minutes

  • Carlos Ramirez
    Carlos Ramirez3 timer siden

    Not even high yet and my mind in Freaking Blown!!!!🤯🤯🤯🤯

  • WestifyXD
    WestifyXD3 timer siden

    ok

  • Adam G
    Adam G3 timer siden

    This thing farting methane?

  • BenjieYT
    BenjieYT3 timer siden

    Imagine Someday Earth Will Have It's Rovers From Mars

  • Carson Payne
    Carson Payne3 timer siden

    Amazing. Mankind's newest frontier.

  • Ancestros del sol
    Ancestros del sol3 timer siden

    The thing that hovered over the rover and then went back up... Where did that thing go? Back into space? lol No one seems to mention this. @ 1:45

  • dsadsa asdsad
    dsadsa asdsad3 timer siden

    The elegant flight effectively subtract because seat technologically wash as a mature kayak. late, jagged pasta

  • Josh Hillis
    Josh Hillis3 timer siden

    This is really incredible, but I had a thought/question... If the system is able to collect samples of Mars and move it through a system like that, why not create a highly capable compact spectrometer to run tests on the samples onboard and send the data back? This way there is no need to pickup what was grabbed, nor ship home.. just all the scientific review done automatically and all on system

  • The Viking
    The Viking3 timer siden

    Great, what’s on MARS that earth needs so badly?.

  • Micheal Mouse
    Micheal Mouse3 timer siden

    Oh look potatoes

  • David Lamb
    David Lamb3 timer siden

    Love it man 🙌😎👌🏻

  • João Rafael Camargo Biancini
    João Rafael Camargo Biancini4 timer siden

    Baby Yoda at 2:20 on upper left corner?

  • Syduzzaman Syd
    Syduzzaman Syd4 timer siden

    What's Mayres? I thought it's Mars, so infuriating to listen to :|

  • TheWehzy
    TheWehzy4 timer siden

    lmao

  • RaptorG
    RaptorG4 timer siden

    Me: Has no clue what he is talking about Also me: Hmm yes I agree

  • Chris Wood
    Chris Wood4 timer siden

    I couldn't help thinking that this video was narrated by Ardon O'Hanlon.

  • William Olenchenko
    William Olenchenko4 timer siden

    Great explanations of the different systems and processes. I am not sure why we need to send humans there in the future, however.

  • Milton Rolly
    Milton Rolly4 timer siden

    This is amazing....Thanks for the Video looks real with real pictures I guess. My eye Spot it in minutes 13:44 that some object Moves or fly From right to left seems like comes up stop and moves faster to the left. Please someone explain that thank you.

  • Tech Stuff DIY
    Tech Stuff DIY4 timer siden

    Did anyone see the UFO at 11:11?

  • Evan Ouk
    Evan Ouk4 timer siden

    The chemical dash rapidly cheat because silica regrettably admit failing a scarce mailbox. obnoxious, friendly loaf

  • Martin Novák
    Martin Novák5 timer siden

    If you don't know "jezero" literally means "a lake" in some Slavic languages. Like in Czech, Slovak, Bosnian or Serbian (though Serbs write it as "језеро").

  • Stev Way
    Stev Way5 timer siden

    The People goin to Mars gonna need to train like goku on his way to namek so they can stand

  • Erick Rojas
    Erick Rojas5 timer siden

    Polluting a planet that humans haven been too smh jk this is very interesting

  • Trump2020
    Trump20205 timer siden

    All to just plop it down in greenland. Lol. Nasa is lying folks! Wake up

  • Brad Hobbs
    Brad Hobbs5 timer siden

    Yes, "insane" is a technically accurate real engineering term. /s

  • # misty
    # misty5 timer siden

    1,000 years later were just ganna look at this like "why were we looking at the soil were standing on lol"

  • Rachel Roberts
    Rachel Roberts5 timer siden

    The juvenile nylon aetiologically frighten because april arespectively question as a ignorant message. scientific, unequaled brass

  • ruben weil
    ruben weil5 timer siden

    NASA maintaining their jobs for years! Great idea!

  • Dr. Skulhamr
    Dr. Skulhamr6 timer siden

    "Mars used to be pronounced in one syllable. "MARZ." The pronunciation "May-ress" is a new one to me.

  • Wayne G
    Wayne G6 timer siden

    Anyone see the UFO, on the horizon, Fly away at 13:46 ???? Great vid.

  • BenYah Israel
    BenYah Israel6 timer siden

    Lies...also why not have solar powered drone capabilities and 360 cameras

  • MultiGazman
    MultiGazman6 timer siden

    So tell me how they actually communicate with it? If your just a few hundred miles from a tower no connection. How and what is carrying the signal all that distance?

  • Universal Entity
    Universal Entity6 timer siden

    Wow that definitely is amazing engineering. It's made me think humans getting there is a lot more closer to happening than I thought it was :)

  • Wahab Files
    Wahab Files6 timer siden

    Are you same guy thats in ColdFusion?

  • xxxxxxxDIMAxxxxxxx
    xxxxxxxDIMAxxxxxxx6 timer siden

    all fake earth its FLAT!!

  • Mir
    Mir6 timer siden

    MERS

  • Vitman
    Vitman6 timer siden

    This was such a treat to watch and get a better idea of what is being used for this mission. Thank you so much for the great video and to all the people involved in this project. To all the Engineers and teams of specialists on this mission, you are amazing.

  • Vell0cet
    Vell0cet6 timer siden

    But how does it deal with the sand worms?

  • K G
    K G6 timer siden

    My God, i have goosebumps hearing these very deep scientific explanation of things included in this expedition...Imagine we are at year 2021 and we have already reached so much in terms of technology. Now imagine how much more it would be in years 2050 or 2100. We will all long be dead, but just imagine how much advancement man kind would be able to reach by then...Life is indeed so beautiful beautiful but such a very mysterious one. Enjoy everything guys, don't hesitate on things that you would want to do or achieve, don't let society dictate what should or you could be, start by confessing to your crush hahahaha DO it now!!!

  • Zulisian
    Zulisian7 timer siden

    It's amazing to think we might have soil from another planet within the next 5-7 years. I really hope I get to see it.....what a time to be alive.

  • Luke Cague
    Luke Cague7 timer siden

    Boy I can't wait til we step foot on....Mers?

  • chitranjan kumar
    chitranjan kumar7 timer siden

    isro will be the first space agency to put man on mars

  • chitranjan kumar
    chitranjan kumar7 timer siden

    india will be the first country to put humans on mars .jai hind vande matram jai shree ram

  • BJ-Hawk
    BJ-Hawk7 timer siden

    Great video! But i hate how you say _Mers_ ...

  • Antonín Hájek
    Antonín Hájek8 timer siden

    this is fucking awesome rover.

  • jaybajan
    jaybajan8 timer siden

    1.4K flat earthers disliked this video

  • Jan Jacobszoon
    Jan Jacobszoon8 timer siden

    I feel so dumb listening to this, but it all makes more sense when youve studied physics

  • Roland Oscar
    Roland Oscar8 timer siden

    Wow. Incredible. Well done.

  • Emerald S
    Emerald S8 timer siden

    oh a nerve much lol

  • crucci
    crucci8 timer siden

    This video is narrated. In a way Which seems like every breath is a new sentence Of its own.

  • Stephen Slaughter
    Stephen Slaughter8 timer siden

    10:18 how do they generate 800°C with that tiny power source? Are they relying on the heat generated by compressing the Martian air?

  • Ankit Debnath
    Ankit Debnath8 timer siden

    Love from india...your channel is doing great...❤️❤️❤️

  • Sndyy死
    Sndyy死8 timer siden

    This decade is going to be inter solar

  • OldMtnGeezer
    OldMtnGeezer9 timer siden

    Defn: "Mares" - Female horses. Anyone else notice that @ 16:24, the top rotor blade is shown spinning in reverse?

  • 5taunch
    5taunch9 timer siden

    Who can actually dislike this video?

  • Rok Tok
    Rok Tok9 timer siden

    Mers?

  • Jose Ferreira
    Jose Ferreira9 timer siden

    Wow ,millions sick people,millions not working,and they spend billions on this fake CGI!!!

  • nils 1142

    nils 1142

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    wake up sheep

  • Jazid Contreras
    Jazid Contreras9 timer siden

    Dude, you really know how to deliver an inspiring introduction. Chills.

  • Distrax
    Distrax9 timer siden

    “On Maers” its MARS DUDE MARS

  • Traffic Cone
    Traffic Cone9 timer siden

    Why are we going to mars again?

  • Rachid MEGHNINE
    Rachid MEGHNINE9 timer siden

    Great Video man ! maybe a video about Starship ?

  • Junior Balls
    Junior Balls9 timer siden

    Anyone notice the rocket took off early at the start? That wasn't reported at the time 🙃

  • Nazarii Yarovenko
    Nazarii Yarovenko9 timer siden

    Omg that personal moment at the end... I'm crying 😭😭 So proud of you ❣️

  • pekbek mkek
    pekbek mkek10 timer siden

    nice science fantasy. creative minds. lol

  • Gautam N
    Gautam N10 timer siden

    Not an engineer, but still love to watch ur content... thanks for so much information 🙏🏼

  • TheFreakYDogi
    TheFreakYDogi10 timer siden

    dope video :)

  • Nouraiz Ahmad Virk
    Nouraiz Ahmad Virk10 timer siden

    Hats off to the cameraman who held his breath to take vedios of the rover..

  • Parth Patel
    Parth Patel10 timer siden

    I had goosebumps when they (yes, I have seen multiple videos on Perseverance) detailed the plan of bringing Martian soil back to Earth. GOOSEBUMPS. So excited for the future of Humanity ❤

  • Parth Patel
    Parth Patel10 timer siden

    The work done on this video is simply amazing

  • Giancarlo Monzio
    Giancarlo Monzio10 timer siden

    Man, thanks for the passion and great explanatory video. I'm not an engineer but I watched the video completly immersed. Thanks again and good job👍

  • marcelo aguilera
    marcelo aguilera10 timer siden

    The superb driving customarily gather because supermarket hemperly pull lest a interesting sugar. unnatural, painstaking shovel

  • Venus Life
    Venus Life10 timer siden

    Jezero in serbian means lake. So it's lake crater

  • D Salvatore
    D Salvatore10 timer siden

    It's Mars. Not mers.

  • Martin Caunt
    Martin Caunt10 timer siden

    are they stupid brining samples from a diffrent planet to earth what happens if the is bionic issues that could kill us all or a unknown bacteria dont do it

  • Gerrit Harteveld
    Gerrit Harteveld10 timer siden

    This thing is fake.

  • terry rudford
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    The flippant save similarly squash because trip plausibly scold toward a tidy riverbed. rural, sweltering rugby

  • Michael NiePsycholog Michael NiePsycholog
    Michael NiePsycholog Michael NiePsycholog10 timer siden

    Dear Real engineering, on this video you inform that Mars atmosphere is 100x thinner than Earth atmosphere - how is Mars helicopter flight possible in such low pressure atmosphere?

  • Michael NiePsycholog Michael NiePsycholog

    Michael NiePsycholog Michael NiePsycholog

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    Oh, I see, you have explained it further on the video - larger rotor diameter and much faster rotation.

  • Elmar Bajora
    Elmar Bajora10 timer siden

    I like the video although i would enjoy it even more if he would call the planet by its correct name "Mars" instead of "mers"

  • Francois Van Dyk
    Francois Van Dyk10 timer siden

    It seems they wanna mine mars....must be something special there for they prospect

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