See Perseverance's Mars entry, sky crane and landing in stunning 4K animation

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27 dögum síðan

NASA's Perseverance rover is scheduled to land on the Red Planet on Feb. 18, 2021. Watch its atmospheric entry, powered descent and sky crane in action in this highly detailed animation. Track NASA's 2020 Mars rover Perseverance: www.space.com/track-mars-2020-rover-perserverance-journey
Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

Ummæli
Incognito12000
Incognito12000 2 dögum síðan
That was awesome
bodoti qwiu
bodoti qwiu 6 dögum síðan
And the Martians are thinking: "I wish those damn Earthlings would leave us the hell alone!"
R Man
R Man 6 dögum síðan
gosh.. these stupid comments
AC Spirit
AC Spirit 7 dögum síðan
I applaud them. Probably grew up as children looking up to the stars and dreaming. Life on an alien world in our solar system. Yet many alienate life on our own world in each other. Mankind.The day the military starts policing space, is the day we are doomed. Voyages, 1970's. Greetings from earth. Greetings from the children of earth. We are a peaceful intelligent race that wish nothing more than to communicate. Just don't invade our airspace. We will shoot you down or chase you. Beam me up Scotty. There's no intelligent life down here
Watford Legand
Watford Legand 7 dögum síðan
Beautiful graphics
Steverino
Steverino 8 dögum síðan
Fake. (Not the landing...just this high tech cartoon depiction of it.)
bodoti qwiu
bodoti qwiu 6 dögum síðan
Stunning cartoon.
MSЯ
MSЯ 8 dögum síðan
they said they wud also send a flying drone but looks like it got cancelled
snoboardz1972
snoboardz1972 7 dögum síðan
It's under the rover's belly. It won't be released for another few weeks.
Carter Heavy Industries
Carter Heavy Industries 8 dögum síðan
Fake
bowen voowy
bowen voowy 5 dögum síðan
Spectacular animation, good job.
Alastair Leiper
Alastair Leiper 9 dögum síðan
What an incredible mind blowing step in the exploration of our solar system, here’s to many more like this and to when people will walk the planets.
mikin lirou
mikin lirou 7 dögum síðan
Someone’s been playing GTA
Watch This
Watch This 9 dögum síðan
@ 1:08 oh cool it's got a dense atmosphere.........
mikin lirou
mikin lirou 7 dögum síðan
“Resistance is futile” said the Borg. “We’ll persevere with it” replied the Rover 😂
Mark Espares
Mark Espares 9 dögum síðan
Aliens: someone’s coming!
bowen voowy
bowen voowy 5 dögum síðan
Stunning cartoon.
Cassie
Cassie 9 dögum síðan
Why dis they cut off the end bit where the warden strolls over and gives it a parking ticket?
thisisyoohoo
thisisyoohoo 9 dögum síðan
February 18th 2021...the day humans started to destroy the planet Mars.
atom bomb
atom bomb 9 dögum síðan
the strange irony is most of the scientists are "colored" immigrants, and half of americans hate "colored" immigrants (including native americans)
Salvatore Palombizio
Salvatore Palombizio 10 dögum síðan
Very cool!
Cassie
Cassie 9 dögum síðan
fake.
Niknoks
Niknoks 10 dögum síðan
OMG not another fake landing!
Bill Endy
Bill Endy 10 dögum síðan
The engineering of the actual landing are truly astonishing. A sky crane landing a vehicle by cables after entry into the atmosphere. So many things that could have gone wrong and only one needed to. Yet is was successful. Just astonishing.
Frank Silvers
Frank Silvers 9 dögum síðan
Successful twice.
zijuiy wttuy
zijuiy wttuy 10 dögum síðan
For the flat earters. Yes this is cgi
Maxi Eduardo Aparicio M.
Maxi Eduardo Aparicio M. 10 dögum síðan
Hermosamente BEAUTIFUL.
Shaun Collins
Shaun Collins 10 dögum síðan
Heat shield hit a Martian on the head, they are not happy!
Idont Thinkso
Idont Thinkso 10 dögum síðan
Stunning cartoon.
Bill Rice
Bill Rice 10 dögum síðan
Spectacular animation, good job.
zijuiy wttuy
zijuiy wttuy 10 dögum síðan
hydrazine burns transparent, you cant see a flame...
Home from home With the Shackleton’s
Home from home With the Shackleton’s 10 dögum síðan
“Resistance is futile” said the Borg. “We’ll persevere with it” replied the Rover 😂
Miquel Biggs
Miquel Biggs 10 dögum síðan
Someone’s been playing GTA
S Kumar
S Kumar 10 dögum síðan
What a feat of engineering achievement by NASA scientists !
Frank Silvers
Frank Silvers 9 dögum síðan
Congratulations America! 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸
Ricardo Cobo
Ricardo Cobo 10 dögum síðan
This animation is totally Rad. Wow! 40 million miles. Mind boggling 😮
Brian McNamara
Brian McNamara 11 dögum síðan
Amazing footage...how did they film it?
2KALUBAFAK40
2KALUBAFAK40 11 dögum síðan
After all that and the sky crane falls on top of the rover.
JDOGFTW
JDOGFTW 11 dögum síðan
fake.
mark sharp
mark sharp 11 dögum síðan
Looks CGI .
Dan V
Dan V 11 dögum síðan
In general the physics in this animation suck!
Dan V
Dan V 11 dögum síðan
what's with the sounds in space?
U2WB
U2WB 11 dögum síðan
A younger version of me never thought I would hear myself say this but : what has this done / what will this do for humankind except satisfy some curiosity ? Couldn’t the VAST amount of money be put to better use than for sending back pictures of a desert ?
Steve Langstroth
Steve Langstroth 9 dögum síðan
Take the money, feed the poor, so that they can eat, live, fornicate and make more of....the poor. I'm gunna go with the Mars lander, instead.
Charming nowhere to hide
Charming nowhere to hide 11 dögum síðan
Rover find water, Houston and Texas needs Fresh Water.
razony
razony 11 dögum síðan
And to imagine, all the minds, hearts and souls that came together and MADE THIS HAPPEN on Mars!!! Then I look here down here on this Blue Dot called Earth...This is ONE math problem that's going to take some serious Super Natural focusing to land here on Earth and stabilize our own atmosphere of sorts.
Charming nowhere to hide
Charming nowhere to hide 11 dögum síðan
That was my mate John videoing this stuff on his iphone
turbonut20v
turbonut20v 11 dögum síðan
hydrazine burns transparent, you cant see a flame...
rodrigo dezubiria
rodrigo dezubiria 12 dögum síðan
It’s almost difficult to believe that that is an animated version of reality.
mieczyslaw herba
mieczyslaw herba 12 dögum síðan
Is it really so bright on Mars?
Joseph D'Arienzo
Joseph D'Arienzo 12 dögum síðan
There is no sound in space.
SkyChase73
SkyChase73 12 dögum síðan
Wouldn't it be funny if the shell landed on top of the rover?
Darryl6636
Darryl6636 12 dögum síðan
Pretty incredible technology
Space Cadet
Space Cadet 12 dögum síðan
There's no sound heard in space.
Subject 8
Subject 8 9 dögum síðan
Mars does have an atmosphere: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atmosphere_of_Mars
minij hooi
minij hooi 12 dögum síðan
In a few years wearing VR helmut will gives us a more realistic experience than actually being there.
Watch This
Watch This 9 dögum síðan
"the goddamn Germans got nothing to do with it" Buford T. Justice of Texas
Dan
Dan 12 dögum síðan
Who the heck took the pictures of the landing. They are the hero’s, way to go gals.
gregory price
gregory price 12 dögum síðan
People who believe any of this , wear a mask and have given up their freedom ! NASA = NAZI . Don't be fooled by the cartoons .
Capt Hook
Capt Hook 10 dögum síðan
Yes, I suppose that you would know , just keep taking your pills herbert !
John Collette
John Collette 12 dögum síðan
Amazing technology, we have the ability to send craft to other planets, apparently if their is other life in the universe,we’re told theirs no way they have the ability to come here.
minij hooi
minij hooi 12 dögum síðan
Now....where's the Walmart?
Malcolm Williams
Malcolm Williams 12 dögum síðan
Boy did you get the exhaust wrong !!!!
john doe
john doe 12 dögum síðan
Reeks of shit.
Tin Man
Tin Man 12 dögum síðan
That was my mate John videoing this stuff on his iphone
ToTrigger Snowflakes
ToTrigger Snowflakes 12 dögum síðan
Rover find water, Houston and Texas needs Fresh Water.
R lowle
R lowle 12 dögum síðan
Was this covered by the fake news agency
ray stone
ray stone 12 dögum síðan
no Martians were injured making this video
Jim Roberts
Jim Roberts 12 dögum síðan
Too bad you couldn't put the Star Trek theme for a few seconds at the first of this... :)
Milieu
Milieu 12 dögum síðan
Where does the actual drone that dropped off the Rover go? Does it just get destroyed somewhere else !? What a waste if so??
IncognitoTorpedo
IncognitoTorpedo 12 dögum síðan
It has one job. You could say that the rocket boosters that got it off of Earth were a waste too, by that metric.
steven uk1
steven uk1 12 dögum síðan
don't want to see animation !!
Nobilangelo Ceramalus
Nobilangelo Ceramalus 12 dögum síðan
Hollywood must have spent a bucket-load of money to build a set as big as Mars. It's obviously deep under Coober Pedy in Australia. That's why all those Aussies live underground there. They're the film-crew. Of course, they'll all be killed to stop them talking. Severed. Permanently. That's why the project is called: 'Per-severance.' Simple logic. (I hope they get all the shadows right this time.) 😉
Cynical Viking
Cynical Viking 12 dögum síðan
Why dis they cut off the end bit where the warden strolls over and gives it a parking ticket?
Fraser Bryce
Fraser Bryce 12 dögum síðan
Big Up to the Americans, some spectacular engineering and mind-blowing achievements......#Respect
SW StormChaser
SW StormChaser 12 dögum síðan
It is hard to believe that those reverse rockets, did not burn those wheels off. I love those sounds toward the end, the wind, sounds like when I go solo camping in the desert with nothing for miles.
IncognitoTorpedo
IncognitoTorpedo 12 dögum síðan
Engineering.
Abdul Kerim
Abdul Kerim 13 dögum síðan
Like always, only animation
GRYZZL
GRYZZL 13 dögum síðan
Now....where's the Walmart?
Jason Blake
Jason Blake 13 dögum síðan
I think I see a Starbucks at 2:33
Laxto Buttgroyn
Laxto Buttgroyn 13 dögum síðan
Bravo.
Nova626
Nova626 13 dögum síðan
I think our long ago ancestors came from Mars. It is time for us to go back.
Spoon Unit
Spoon Unit 12 dögum síðan
Yes as in 'Mission to Mars' staring Lieutenant Dan...👽
DE Fiverr
DE Fiverr 13 dögum síðan
This is better than any shit Jar Jar Hackrams has directed in his scifi attempt at wannabe directing.
Edwin Wiancko
Edwin Wiancko 13 dögum síðan
And where does the trash wind up?
Frank Red
Frank Red 13 dögum síðan
now what?
hen ko
hen ko 13 dögum síðan
I would have thought the chute opening would leave a lot to chance where it landed.. Don’t know how they do it, genius....
ChromeDove
ChromeDove 13 dögum síðan
So you're saying the only place this actually happened is in the cartoon you created? Uh huh!
hen ko
hen ko 13 dögum síðan
Video: 4k Thumbnail: Corrupted
Timothy Harris
Timothy Harris 13 dögum síðan
_Now all I have to do is find myself a nice, clean gas station._
heberildo
heberildo 13 dögum síðan
It's extremely unlikely that this has happened. Spacecraft was traveling at 24,000 MPH. Atmosphere is almost nonexistent (maximum density at surface is less than 1% of Earth's), and is only about 100 km. Time in the atmosphere would be miliseconds, maybe a couple of seconds if traveling parallel to surface, which is not realistic due to Mars' curvature. Just not buying that crap. The cartoons are nice, though, good job.
heberildo
heberildo 13 dögum síðan
@John Miller the reported average speed is ~24000 mph. then it will slow down to 12000 mph. You would need to shoot fire from more than 300 gallons of jet fuel in the direction of travel, which is like spitting upward. And that is just for the mass of the rover. I can't even find the mass of the drone with the thrusters, or the heat shield. It would be easily 3 times the mass, 3 times the energy, ~1000 gallons, not even counting the mass of the rocket. Plus the fuel needed to make adjustments in the direction. And then how is it supposed to get back to earth? do they have another cape canaveral installed in mars? Not a chance. And there is no solid evidence provided, only animations, and pictures of a desert.
John Miller
John Miller 13 dögum síðan
It was traveling 7,000 MPH - not 24,000 MPH - when it reached Mars.
Longface Ted
Longface Ted 13 dögum síðan
Mars probably still is like this all we ever see is cgi or air brushed pics to cover wat really is going on ispost.info/flow/spmjlIOnoIq1sNg/v-deo.html ispost.info/flow/spmjlIOnoIq1sNg/v-deo.html
Daniel Padova
Daniel Padova 13 dögum síðan
What happens to the sky crane after it drops Perseverance ?
Minicoot
Minicoot 12 dögum síðan
@Daniel Padova its gonna be a different mission with a different space craft. idrk a lot about it.
Daniel Padova
Daniel Padova 12 dögum síðan
@Minicoot I understand that Perseverance is supposed to return samples to earth. How is that task going to be accomplished?
Minicoot
Minicoot 12 dögum síðan
it crashes
dhana ty
dhana ty 13 dögum síðan
Aladeen - 'it's not pointy...' 😂😂😂👌🏼
MARK
MARK 13 dögum síðan
To boldy go 🖖
Trey Joiner
Trey Joiner 13 dögum síðan
So how do we know that it's all just not animation
Flourishing Weee
Flourishing Weee 13 dögum síðan
@Trey Joiner lol you got me
Trey Joiner
Trey Joiner 13 dögum síðan
@Flourishing Weee I was sillt..lol
Flourishing Weee
Flourishing Weee 13 dögum síðan
You gotta be kidding.........................................
Robin Lee Salyers
Robin Lee Salyers 13 dögum síðan
I SEE FAKE NEWS, YOU DO THE MATH, THIS SHIT DOES NOT ADD UP
Pete B
Pete B 13 dögum síðan
Yeah, like you can do math.
Jonathan Stiegler
Jonathan Stiegler 13 dögum síðan
We didn't land on the moon either.
Pete B
Pete B 13 dögum síðan
Buzz Aldrin's fist has something to say about that.
andy fine
andy fine 13 dögum síðan
I thought we already had rovers on Mars???
clearlake
clearlake 13 dögum síðan
America is one crazy country. On one hand it can achieve these great scientific feats which are a credit to mankind - yet at the same time it is home to some of the biggest morons on the planet (see January 6th...)
clearlake
clearlake 11 dögum síðan
Ethan Grant Trouble is, Trump may have gone - but his supporters are still there...
Ethan Grant
Ethan Grant 11 dögum síðan
And all 4 years preceding
Pete Keller
Pete Keller 13 dögum síðan
so, did the sky crane just fly off someplace and crash?
Longface Ted
Longface Ted 13 dögum síðan
Yeah like man litters the ocean they have done same for decades in space
Pete B
Pete B 13 dögum síðan
yes
Certified Toxicity
Certified Toxicity 13 dögum síðan
Video: 4k Thumbnail: Corrupted
thefilmandmusic
thefilmandmusic 13 dögum síðan
I would have thought the chute opening would leave a lot to chance where it landed.. Don’t know how they do it, genius....
Pete B
Pete B 13 dögum síðan
@jackpast No GPS but something called Terrain Relative Navigation where photos of the landscape below are quickly taken and compared to maps in the computer memory in order to direct the Descent Vehicle to a safe landing spot. It would be good to have a Mars GPS network, though.
jackpast
jackpast 13 dögum síðan
Just guessing but the rockets that fired after the chute was released probably had some maneuvering abilities. Wouldn’t be surprised if GPS satellites were orbiting Mars for years and guided Perseverance where they wanted it. I’m just in awe of what can be done autonomously.
andtastic1
andtastic1 13 dögum síðan
JPT. crappy graphics
CattleCluj
CattleCluj 13 dögum síðan
So this is what they're giving us, fake CGI? Where's the original footage with sound? They said that this time, the probe was able to capture the actual landing on video and with sound, since Perseverance is the first probe equipped with a microphone. Where's that footage? They had to pay and entire team of 3D artist for this fake CGI video. Imagine if they would have invested that money into something more useful and practical, and given us the original footage. Come on NASA, you can do better than this.
CattleCluj
CattleCluj 11 dögum síðan
Here's the footage I was looking for. Was this so much to ask for them to release it sooner, or just show it to us as it happens? ispost.info/flow/l8eyzolsnGer0cw/v-deo.html
CattleCluj
CattleCluj 13 dögum síðan
@Pete B Why are my expectations fake? I expected NASA to give us the original footage, not some artist rendition of the event.
Pete B
Pete B 13 dögum síðan
No its real CGI, your expectations are are fake.
varghes smith
varghes smith 13 dögum síðan
Very Kool !
Jonny S
Jonny S 13 dögum síðan
It’s as real looking as the moon landing 😂
Michael Sherwin
Michael Sherwin 13 dögum síðan
The silence after the landing.......
Alexander Yap
Alexander Yap 13 dögum síðan
Why use rockets to land the rover instead of just another parachute? Is it just to be able to navigate to the exact location? The whole rocket platform lowering rover, untether then fly off seem rather complicated.
Andy Evenson
Andy Evenson 13 dögum síðan
@Alexander Yap They got lucky this time. Heard they are 5 for 5 on Mars landings thus far. Wonder if that Tesla car is getting close to Mars yet?...
Alexander Yap
Alexander Yap 13 dögum síðan
@Andy Evenson I know it's preprogrammed. But why use a complicated sequence of steps instead of just another parachute? If any one of those rockets misfire, the mission fails.
Andy Evenson
Andy Evenson 13 dögum síðan
You see, it is all programmed into the computer, remember when they said the spacecraft was on it's own, it did it all by itself
Oscar
Oscar 14 dögum síðan
What happens to the sky crane?
Longface Ted
Longface Ted 13 dögum síðan
It litters space like man litter the ocean it's what we do
Emily An
Emily An 14 dögum síðan
Perseverance is up there playing with its drone while waiting for commands.
J. Mihálik
J. Mihálik 13 dögum síðan
I'd like to know where the sky crane flew off to.
Phillip S
Phillip S 14 dögum síðan
Now playing "Life On Mars" by David Bowie
Sammy Spaniel
Sammy Spaniel 14 dögum síðan
Technically this means that we have sent an alien probe to another planet. We are officially aliens now. We need to coordinate with silver jump suits before we become the laughing stock of all the other aliens.
Valarmorgolis
Valarmorgolis 14 dögum síðan
Looks like the sequel to Tim burtons Mars Attack. "The Earth Strikes back"
Emily An
Emily An 14 dögum síðan
Brilliant shots. Who sent the camera which recorded them . In colour. With sound ? Stunning photography.. thank you so much.
Carrisa & Steve Innes
Carrisa & Steve Innes 14 dögum síðan
Not bad at all.
Anthony
Anthony 14 dögum síðan
Just imagine an alien is captured on camera riding the rover on Mars as a Quad Bike
Rafic
Rafic 14 dögum síðan
Wow. Gives me goosebumps. USA is amazing.
Montana Mike
Montana Mike 14 dögum síðan
Those complaining about the sounds should know NASA actually has two microphones installed to hear it land in the atmosphere.
DB Shipman
DB Shipman 14 dögum síðan
Another brilliant video from NASA at the mere cost of millions.....😂😂😂😂
chris donaldson
chris donaldson 14 dögum síðan
gamera
Bill Link
Bill Link 14 dögum síðan
Now Mars weighs a little more than it did and the Earth weighs a little less. Did anyone take that into account?
Bill Lewis
Bill Lewis 14 dögum síðan
Stunning, for sure. I felt like I was riding along.
John Scott
John Scott 14 dögum síðan
Instead of going to Mars should I put the money towards that people are struggling here in the US what’s a pandemic there’s nothing on Mars will never be there just a waste of money
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