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

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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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12. feb.. 2021





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Kenneth Mccalla
Kenneth Mccalla 19 minutter siden
Speed is what count to know more about the universe. We might know more we know very little at the moment
Will Ahmad
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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?
talzotar 2 timer siden
Nice CGI footage from Nasau.hhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
Vivian Castillo
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Awesome share! Thanks
A'prille F
A'prille F 3 timer siden
That is Soo Cool
RODRIGO YBANEZ 3 timer 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
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«Мы подождем, пока американцы истратят деньги на новые технологии, а потом - цап-царап. Или задешево купим."
Mili Jannat
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Excellent team work Congratulations Nasa
the rock
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Dont disturb the aliens, they might strike back!
Luigi Palma
Luigi Palma 8 timer siden
Importante tecnologia Italiana fatta nella mia città, Torino
Anthony Lim
Anthony Lim 8 timer siden
If perseverance was launched july 2020, it took 7 months to reach Mars
WILL UIS 9 timer siden
the rover design is not bulletproof
starlab k
starlab k 11 timer siden
These guys are good ..they should plan to plan to put a rover on some planet some time maybe
Жоробек Кылланов
007 11 timer 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 mandaris 11 timer 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 8 timer 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
All Simulation, but nice CGI!🤭
Toy Mak
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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 14 timer siden
PUBG graphics looks way better 🤣
Wadson Fourrien
Wadson Fourrien 15 timer siden
Wow! A lot of improvements have been made since Curiosity landed on Mars
Timothy Rodriquez
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Ann Alih
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Wow... so proud this amazing talented woman featured to talk about the history. They must be an outstanding expert in the field!
Leymar Knows
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Martians: Yo, we should investigate this kind of UFO... :)
Ahmad Almahdi
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﷽ ﴿إِنَّ اللَّهَ وَمَلائِكَتَهُ يُصَلُّونَ عَلَى النَّبِيِّ يَا أَيُّهَا الَّذِينَ آَمَنُوا صَلُّوا عَلَيْهِ وَسَلِّمُوا تَسْلِيمًا﴾
Yellow Impostor
Yellow Impostor 18 timer siden
Where are the flat earthers at?
Aggreyk Kyegonza
Aggreyk Kyegonza 21 time siden
wwww awesome
علؤشي ابن كوفه
vbddfy euuyt
vbddfy euuyt 21 time siden
My dream is to work with International Space Station!!! This is amazing, all together!
SavedBy GodsGrace
SavedBy GodsGrace 21 time siden
Mars is a very bright star. Not a dusty rock. Space is faked. God is real. We live in a Firmament (Dome), surrounded by water, created by God. Gen 1:7 “ And God made the firmament, and divided the waters which were under the firmament from the waters which were above the firmament: and it was so.”
Gilson Feliciano
Gilson Feliciano 21 time siden
Falta ser legendado em português.
Zohaib Khan
Zohaib Khan 21 time siden
0:54 I don't know why my video stopped here
vbddfy euuyt
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Wish you best of luck
KW FT 22 timer siden
Flat earthers be like Flat earthers: “this is fake nasa is trying to distract us, nasa has boats guarding the edge of the world!” Me “yo this is sick we’re now traveling to different planets!!”
LEEMIN Ho 7 minutter siden
I'm not a 100% flat earther but I'm open minded. Personally every video footage I watch about outer space looks cgi. I cant see a real authentic videos without this vibrant color cgi.
talzotar 2 timer siden
Nasa has CGI footage from veronica mars.hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
Arcomatrix Radio
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yep fake af, dweeble. btw, flat earth isn't a pancake...it's a melted lake in the middle of an expanse. keep downloadin' your brainwash little boy.
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Allahu la elaha ilahuwal haiyul Qayyum...
Inna fathana laka fatham mubeena
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La elaha ilala Muhammad Rasul Allah
Al-Hussain Al-Wali
Al-Hussain Al-Wali 22 timer siden
Does mars has an atmosphere to deploy parachute or even oxygen to flame supporting landing equipments ?
jeeva antony
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சரி ஓ.கே இறங்கிடுச்சுன்னு வச்சுக்குவோம்.இந்த விண்கலம் செவ்வாயில இறங்கறத அங்க இருந்து வீடியோ எடுக்குதே அது எப்படி,,என்னங்கடா உங்க அறிவியல்?எதச்சொன்னாலும் ஊ....னு கேட்டுகிட்டு? சுயமா எதுவுமே ......?
Rose Sibag
Rose Sibag 22 timer siden
Job well done men and women of NASA!
RK S 23 timer siden
How does a robotic rover become "she"?
Thaheem brother
Thaheem brother 23 timer siden
White America is over. Foreigners now outnumber whites in everything.
Diana Minnick
Diana Minnick Dag siden
This is so exciting
Andrew Semple
Andrew Semple Dag siden
How long does it take to get to mars
Qasim Qamar
Qasim Qamar Dag siden
Wish you best of luck
Purujeet Paliwal
Did they find Mark Watney there?
Fida Chanel
Fida Chanel Dag siden
Hi, hello my name is fida. I am 12 years old. I live in Indonesia. I don't know much about English,I know a little. I have a high goal,namely as an astronaut ,who memorizes the Qur'an. And aspire to the afterlife. Chest,see you later...👋👋👋... Wassalamu'alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakaatuh...
MrPietjePuck Dag siden
Anyone else noticed that this animation shows the near exact location where they actually landed this thing?
Ryder Guerin
Ryder Guerin Dag siden
Curiosity was very tiny... but amazing
The Way For Happiness
Congratulations to NASA💖💖
Prashant Mohan
Prashant Mohan Dag siden
It landed safely congrats🎉
Boycott France
Boycott France Dag siden
USA is about to collapse so they orchestrated this Big Lie to give it some oxygen
Boycott France
Boycott France Dag siden
BIG LIES....can they tell us how the rover landed while the gravity difference is 2/3 of that of the Earth?
Jeffery Perkins
Jeffery Perkins Dag siden
We can't wait to see Olympus Mons if you guys ever really make it to Mars with a Rover
Pedro Henrique Garcia
Congratulations for the achievement. However, once there is no atmosphere on Mars, what inflated the parachute?
RICKY FR3ON Dag siden
*These rovers get more rights and attention to succeed than blacks! I guess other planets are more important than the one we occupy*
E K Dag siden
Stressball Louis
Result of Donald Trump's funding policies. But sure lefties will take credit.
SENTHILkumar s
SENTHILkumar s Dag siden
Super video
Mr. vibol
Mr. vibol Dag siden
Really great.
Agoroy Agoroy
Agoroy Agoroy Dag siden
Alpha _
Alpha _ Dag siden
Who else came because of science class
ruffa nice
ruffa nice Dag siden
ang human ang dumalaw sa mars'' baka next mga taga mars dumalaw sa earth' ' anu gagawin nila pag ganun ng yari😅😅😅
Shaju Shaju
Shaju Shaju Dag siden
Thanks a lot for NASA's great effort to find out the truth or what is the universe
Suraj Gupta
Suraj Gupta Dag siden
India also needs to give opportunity to new Talents in ISRO and should remove lazy People from the system..
Lucky Baldivicio
Is it really that difficult to install a 360 degrees camera? Like all their camera turns like no neck ed.
Очередные мультики НАСА
Marcel Dag siden
Spend the money here on earth ...
The incredible Creation
Frankenstein Dag siden
Great to see an Indian leading this mission..!!
Mohamed Eljahmi
Mohamed Eljahmi Dag siden
The thrusters fire up before the sky crane is deployed. They look very close to the Rover. Why did you take such a risk? In one video you mentioned the sky crane helps shield the Rover from thrusters heat. Why didn't you worry about heat damage in this case?
naked truth chokwadi chakashama
I want to be the first Zimbabwean to go to space
lolosseb Dag siden
ben,y a que des images de synthese,chose extremement coutumiere de la naza...et tous ces acteurs francmac amerloques prets a vendre leur ame et mentir pour un peu de tunes et un poil de pouvoir..triste,mais débunké
Dittikrishna Sahoo
I am really happy to see a bindi on her forehead. 👌
Sudeep Rohit
Sudeep Rohit Dag siden
It blows my mind to think how humans sitting on earth can land a rover on another frickin planet, at a precise frickin spot on the planet !! Hats off to the engineers man ! I just hope we can fund such initiatives more rather than funding wars; give these great minds something to look forward to man ! dont let them starve because of low budget !
elorm Dag siden
She made it
Fidel Zuñiga Vazquez
Nunca se veo bien en vivo puras animaciones no inventen
king Maratha
king Maratha Dag siden
I am proud Indian lady
robert dog
robert dog Dag siden
NASA is such a waste of money
black rose
black rose Dag siden
Joel Villanueva
Joel Villanueva Dag siden
it looks like the real footage hollywood?
Stealthmann Dag siden
How many times will you send rovers to mars? Isn't that getting boring already? You sent rover the first time, then the second time and now you sent a rover again....when are you going to send humans? Why are they reacting like it's the first time a rover has landed on the planet? It's like NASA doesn't have solid plans for a manned mission yet.... I'd be more impressed if a habitat was put on mars in preparation for a manned mission. That would be something but sending a rover to mars to collect rocks is a waste of time for me...
Harry Orchard
Harry Orchard Dag siden
X Rawna
X Rawna Dag siden
Can we stars from Mars? I know it’s not possible from the moon because it doesn’t have an atmosphere.
X Rawna
X Rawna Dag siden
Indian press tell me this all happened because an Indian lady (who is American) was in charge of the program. Don’t get confused with the Native Indians (they called Indians by Columbus cause he got his bearings wrong and thought he landed in India) anyway I hope this thing is on Mars and not an asteroid.
E W Dag siden
All of this technology and to find a criminal you take 25 consecutive years. Hilarious 🤣
Gamini Weerakoon
Scientists men and women of NASA clustered in the theater, Held their breath and prayed for seven critical minutes, Until the descent of the miraculous child from space, To the Martian atmosphere at a supersonic speed. The spunky child landed on the red planet in good health, They all cheered and named the child Perseverance, She sprang into action, popped her head out of the shell, Take pictures of her new home to send them back to Earth. She will have enough work, to find any signatures of life, To explore the surface of the red planet for signs of water, Testing the gases for oxygen much needed for human life, Good luck lass, go conquer your dreams and make NASA proud.
mwild2198 Dag siden
Science Rocks! BS walks
hanna maria
hanna maria Dag siden
NO dust on MARS
X Rawna
X Rawna Dag siden
Like the moon. No crater where the lunar module landed. Of course LM was to tiny to take off with 2 people plus golf equipment.
Jerry Uy
Jerry Uy Dag siden
Matt Smith -Flight Derector It's a fuckn movie.
Andrew Hillis
Andrew Hillis Dag siden
I watched this event live as it happened in near real time on the NASA JPL feed on my smartphone, I was dazzled watching the telemetry coming from Perseverance 124 million miles from Earth via NASA JPL to my smartphone, that is M-I-N-D-B-L-O-W-I-N-G ! ! ! 👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍
Allabakash Shaik
Congrats NASA and the world
Imad Ma
Imad Ma Dag siden
it is mind-blowing when you think of the distance between Mars & Earth and they still can control / guide the Rover and all the cameras and sensors. علم الإنسان ما لم يعلم
John Jones
John Jones Dag siden
CGI this... CGI that
Mr. Jones
Mr. Jones Dag siden
Notice it's all still a simulation & just a plan on how they want to get him on Mars... but no actually landings
Steve Orbe
Steve Orbe Dag siden
Earth invades Mars
deepak babar
deepak babar Dag siden
Excellent, super,
OMAR RECH Dag siden
Hollywood makes better than this
OMAR RECH Dag siden
Hhhhhhhhh what else all of your pictures on our planet I think 😘
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