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New 4K Mars Images From NASA's Perseverance Rover - Jezero Crater Showcase 04/21 

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Here are some new 4K images from Mars captured by NASA's Perseverance Rover. The video showcases the Rover and the Jezero crater (the surrounding landscape), you will see Mars' terrain captured from different angles on different days since the rover touched the Martian surface. You will also see the Perseverance rover completing certain tasks, including deploying a helicopter (Ingenuity) ready for testing. Enjoy!

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V101 Science
V101 Science 10 dager siden
Ever wondered which star will explode next? Betelgeuse isn't the only one expected to light up the nights sky. Check out these 5 future near-Earth supernova events and find out! nosections.info/green/pnh0sKSanmeeqao/video.html
Teresa Hatfield
Teresa Hatfield 8 dager siden
Beautiful pictures!! An amazing planet!!😁😁
bishwaraj please don't send any kind of aad.
Note any NOsections videos are without ad visitor advertiser only recommended thank you
Paul Davis
Paul Davis 10 dager siden
What is that round object in the sky, to the right of the rover at 4:28?
peteortiz65
peteortiz65 12 dager siden
Wow, the most beautiful, amazing photos and videos I’ve ever seen. Kinda almost look like Nevada!
LordsofBlackwood
LordsofBlackwood 13 dager siden
If they can drive it for an extended mission, take it to the Valles Marineris, let us see that canyon bigger than the US. Or Olympus Mons. Come on man, random craters are old
Jaturungkabart
Jaturungkabart 16 dager siden
This entire video, and all of the other pictures and videos of other planets, is as significant as the 1st grain of dust that blew away when the rover landed.
Murray westenskow
Murray westenskow 16 dager siden
I wonder how much gold is on Mars.
underscorejasonn
underscorejasonn 17 dager siden
It's crazy that there is human technology on another planet! Remnants of human existence someplace other than planet earth. This and Voyager 1 and 2 are such significant accomplishments!
jesus Tapia
jesus Tapia 17 dager siden
this planet looks dead as fuck
James Samudio
James Samudio 19 dager siden
Sand and rocks...wow.
Ace Riddle
Ace Riddle 19 dager siden
Looks like a Atomicwar
adam R
adam R 19 dager siden
Take humans there nd they will turn it to a shit hole
GreenRiver Views
GreenRiver Views 19 dager siden
high tech fridge on wheels
Daniel Duncan
Daniel Duncan 20 dager siden
Panoramic shot of interplanetary litter. "So what was the first thing you did when you touched down on Mars?" "I threw some trash on the ground that will never be picked up." And no, discovery is not a valid reason to trash a place. Litter, for science! Yeah, no.
aqua1252
aqua1252 20 dager siden
....next step;......create an atmosphere....then start building breweries and gas stations.....
Jerry Cordova
Jerry Cordova 21 dag siden
So is Mars round or flat👽
PapaShongo25
PapaShongo25 21 dag siden
Mars looks boring AF.
freedom77
freedom77 21 dag siden
How much for one rock? please bring me one back
domenico micali
domenico micali 21 dag siden
CHE DESOLAZIONE TUTTI QUESTI MILIARDI POSSONO VERAMENTE AIUTARE QUESTO PIANETA NON MARTE
Syed Hasan
Syed Hasan 21 dag siden
2:04 did I read "allah" inscribed in Arabic
TWayneD1020
TWayneD1020 22 dager siden
Thank you so right !!!
Qheboto Sumi
Qheboto Sumi 22 dager siden
Looks like Mars has more of an atmosphere than we initially thought.
James Frost
James Frost 22 dager siden
Just imagine one day there will be hotels, golf courses, car washes, restaurants, tent cities and drug needles everywhere.
niek eeckhaoudt
niek eeckhaoudt 22 dager siden
Ik wonder how long it takes for us to have drones there documenting the whole planet. Also.. why staring at a bunch of rocks is cool?
J P
J P 22 dager siden
4K video transmitted with what radio using how much power and how far away? 🤔
Mii Toob
Mii Toob 23 dager siden
Wow, rocks...
majesticweekend92
majesticweekend92 23 dager siden
no matter how small the leap. flying a remote controlled rc heli. great work ladies and gentlemen
Sachin kumar
Sachin kumar 23 dager siden
Mars is whole desert
Kevin Guy
Kevin Guy 23 dager siden
At 8:21 👆lol that really looks like the rocks have been moved away to make a road.
Matthew Ratcliffe
Matthew Ratcliffe 24 dager siden
Incredible mission
ray wite
ray wite 24 dager siden
Waste of time, yet people want to go there because it's there. Everything must be sent, supplied, continually. Go but get private companies to pay. Stay if you like or just get to a desert here and tote O2 bottles around.
Mark The Great
Mark The Great 24 dager siden
If this is the year 2080 and the humankind is still existent and NOsections is still a thing and you are watching this from Mars, reply I AM A MARTIAN.
Sarkozi Katta lotti
Sarkozi Katta lotti 25 dager siden
Csodalatos
mJhay
mJhay 25 dager siden
only need is water 😍
OnAir24
OnAir24 26 dager siden
If Mars is very near to Earth then I'll made a dream home.
CMONCMON007
CMONCMON007 26 dager siden
Thank you so much for this. I got emotional when I saw close ups of the rover and the rock basking in sunlight. how we can see Sunlight....Sunshine on another planet....the same Sun thats shines on us....the same shadows that get casted...but on an entirely different planetary body. we truly are a part of a cosmic neighbourhood
Hctr Pnt
Hctr Pnt 27 dager siden
Strong electromagnetic field a must for life
Shareef 99
Shareef 99 27 dager siden
I think I saw a bunch of rocks shaped like an Alien Face 👽 , it’s a sign from the Aliens
Kyle Baker
Kyle Baker 27 dager siden
What's that row of tiny holes in the rock at 7:38
Xi Ba
Xi Ba 29 dager siden
Actually, No Water, No Life!
Dyingfor Pie
Dyingfor Pie 29 dager siden
Awesome footage- i think i spotted a good spot for a coin 😉
Rick Pope
Rick Pope 29 dager siden
I wish we could do a revisit the moon. Loved this stuff as a kid. Then it just went away...
Dome stique
Dome stique 29 dager siden
It’s very surprising how good the helicopter 🚁 is flying on a planet with almost no atmosphere.......🤔 Also the background is always blurry, just like we know the Nasa images since the apollo missions,seems like a kinda tradition for Nasa to deliver very bad images....We should expect better quality for the trillions of dollars and more than 100 missions to Mars-why so much effort on a planet without water,atmosphere and any kind of biological life?! 🤔
Phil Tucker
Phil Tucker 29 dager siden
It reminded me of the final scenes in planet of the apes....
johnny wright
johnny wright 29 dager siden
stunning
Mark Coyle
Mark Coyle 29 dager siden
Gotta be some creepy crawlies or something living there.
Herberts Hockenheim
Herberts Hockenheim 29 dager siden
Its all on an island near greenland
MyF1Scuderia
MyF1Scuderia Måned siden
The Nazis I mean NASA is at it again spoon feeding the idiots into believing we landed on Pluto or ,,, whatever
XzA
XzA Måned siden
*WHERE IS THE MARS BAR FACTORY?*
Adorable Deplorable
Adorable Deplorable Måned siden
So .......it looks to me like a whole lot of nothing is happening or even going to happen there . It is obvious agriculture is D.O.A. We are spending billions for what ?
Adorable Deplorable
Adorable Deplorable Måned siden
@V101 Science I understand the argument .....but after all need know so far .......it’s still dead and uninhabitable ..
V101 Science
V101 Science Måned siden
Space exploration helps to address fundamental questions about our place in the Universe and the history of our solar system, and the Perseverance rover is attempting to find signs of ancient life on Mars. Mars is an excellent place to investigate this question because it is the most similar planet to Earth in the Solar System. Evidence suggests that Mars was once full of water, warmer and had a thicker atmosphere, offering a potentially habitable environment. It can tell us a lot about our planet, ourselves and whether we are alone.
niacal4nia
niacal4nia Måned siden
That's Arizonia.
reader 7414
reader 7414 Måned siden
I've just discovered your channel and I'm going to suscribe. Thank you very much for sharing such a gorgeous and inspiring video
V101 Science
V101 Science Måned siden
Thank you, I'm glad you enjoy my videos! V
John Laccohee-Joslin
Has someone taken a pop shop at the helo, or is it NASA who keeps forgetting its dusty on mars andvsome kind of cleaning system is required like a small compressor with a movable jet. The helecopter looks like its been on mars for a few months with the dust all over the solar panal and blades, clearly put there during the landing. Its a bit lacking in thought to build these units with no way of cleaning themselves, like blow to wheels out and them solar array and anything that would be affected quickly by an abrasive dust. I still think that rovers that are underneath a ballon of some sort would be more preferable because firstly they can travel fast which in itself with help keep the dust off, something that covers it from the sides up not the other way round, this way any dust would be carried down as the covering rolls down leaving the top clean. There must be a gas that is lighter than the marian air which can also increase the solar array area, because it is colapsable it can be a pretty big ballon that can teather itself overnight. I would really like to know the cons of this idea, because i see a lot of cons. Quicker movement, no wheels to get clogged up, better ability to look inside craters and go inside and climb out. Designed the rightbway it could become an umberella for all the hardware as well as a bigger solar array giving more power.
John Laccohee-Joslin
May i make an observasion about this that really should be in thevfront of NASA s mind regarding this rover. Rather than allow dustbto build up on this rover, with the use of the down draft from the helecopter they can clean the top of the rover and blow out dust from areas that are subject to build up. If every time this is put into use it shjould be flown as close ads possible over the top of the rover blowing away the dust build up. I dont know how long this craft will be able go fly but the above has got to be a must, and maybe one day, during the build of the next craft they will take into account using a small compressor with a movable jet in order to avoid downtime because of dust. My other thought is why build a helecopter when a ballom would be a lot more durable and i think require a lot less energy to propell.
Claude Lejal
Claude Lejal Måned siden
All the viruses maybe comming form your fantasy. Ne NASA. !!..theys don't want to Tell and. Many autres troubles. Planète change theys are maby the n 1. And the pollutoin all that rockets peoples does know that go on. Never. Les milliardaires want all good etc. Des dictateurs évolués. Salut.....
Claude Lejal
Claude Lejal Måned siden
Sorry. !! This was about the virus. .. NASA video. Excusé.
scary_baby
scary_baby Måned siden
man that’s so kewl 2021 and still no flying cars or space ships
smyrnianlink
smyrnianlink Måned siden
İlerde buraları çok değerlenecek.. :)
Wolfgarden
Wolfgarden Måned siden
One day the earth will be like this too =(
TheNostromozero
TheNostromozero Måned siden
I can see the aliens!
Auguste Manafenuaroa
Quelles merveilleuses images époustouflantes merci aux scientifiques américains de nous avoir offertes ces images ,je me suis cru dans un désert africain genre Namibe guettant les hommes du désert ,vivement la suite .....
1 2
1 2 Måned siden
So in about ten years the next image will be elon chillin on a lawn chair.
NASA Going Nowhere Since 1958
Hahahahaha Loads of Bu*****t...CGI mixed with images from somewhere on earth
Nick James
Nick James Måned siden
Absolutely fantastic, beaut video!
Steve Cortinas
Steve Cortinas Måned siden
At video image point 5:07 what the hell is that ? Someones suitcase????
Bunny Baby
Bunny Baby Måned siden
i just discovered your videos,and i am amazed. what you do is incredible.thank u for letting us to see more of the unknown beauty through ur fabulous work!
Alain KANYINDA
Alain KANYINDA Måned siden
... impressive...., on dirait le lit d'une riviere...!
Jason Norris
Jason Norris Måned siden
Mars is just as ugly as it’s always been. What’s the point?
V101 Science
V101 Science Måned siden
Space exploration helps to address fundamental questions about our place in the Universe and the history of our solar system, and the Perseverance rover is attempting to find signs of ancient life on Mars. Mars is an excellent place to investigate this question because it is the most similar planet to Earth in the Solar System. Evidence suggests that Mars was once full of water, warmer and had a thicker atmosphere, offering a potentially habitable environment. The point is that it is a world that can tell us a lot about our planet, ourselves and whether we are alone.
Francesco Ciorpoido
Francesco Ciorpoido Måned siden
This shit make me feel afraid and nostalgic at the same time
R Hayat
R Hayat Måned siden
It's amazing, but Earth is so much more interesting and beautiful.
Steve- O
Steve- O 16 dager siden
And who said earth was not interesting or beautiful? -_-
Angel Strawn
Angel Strawn Måned siden
WOW, pictures of rocks! I would have thought a better landing zone could have been chosen. Except for the discarded piece of a suitcase (?) there is nothing to distinguish this site with the other Rover sites. Wake me when there is something new.
V101 Science
V101 Science Måned siden
Space exploration helps to address fundamental questions about our place in the Universe and the history of our solar system, and the Perseverance rover is attempting to find signs of ancient life on Mars. Mars is an excellent place to investigate this question because it is the most similar planet to Earth in the Solar System. Evidence suggests that Mars was once full of water, warmer and had a thicker atmosphere, offering a potentially habitable environment. It is not just rocks. It is a world that can tell us a lot about our planet, ourselves and whether we are alone.
randy beard
randy beard Måned siden
Mars Military Bases have Existed for Many years, our own American Made UFO's Fly to and from Mars Continuously carrying ore and supplies. Space Machines of All sizes Infiltrate the Skies above Planet Earth, they use Alien Technology to fly and not be seen unless desired to be seen. Aliens work with our Space Program 24/7/365 doing experiments on Human/Animal Genetics--Just like this COVID, they Lie and Deceive the Multitudes! Wake Up World, you will Never Gain the Truth from the News or Government, it takes Research!!!
PK
PK Måned siden
My backyard is more interesting.
Manju Natha
Manju Natha Måned siden
Time will come that we say my dad works on Mars while mom is on venus.we all get together 3 months once on the planet Earth.
Phil Tucker
Phil Tucker 29 dager siden
Maybe that’s what originally happened....🤔
Mickey
Mickey Måned siden
Again no Oscar for NASA this year...
J
J Måned siden
Did anyone else notice the series of evenly spaced dots on the shiny rock at 7:33? They are in the center-right, slightly darker area.
Cryptoker
Cryptoker Måned siden
DOGELON MARS 🚀IS PUMPING WHILE Dogecoin IS DUMPING (JUS'SAYIN')
Lurch
Lurch Måned siden
What is the object in the center of the frame at 5:09?
Sediz khan
Sediz khan Måned siden
20 Billion Quid to see some HD rocks!!!! Nice !
V101 Science
V101 Science Måned siden
Space exploration helps to address fundamental questions about our place in the Universe and the history of our solar system, and the Perseverance rover is attempting to find signs of ancient life on Mars. Mars is an excellent place to investigate this question because it is the most similar planet to Earth in the Solar System. Evidence suggests that Mars was once full of water, warmer and had a thicker atmosphere, offering a potentially habitable environment. It is not just hd rocks. It is a world that can tell us a lot about our planet, ourselves and whether we are alone.
Andres Pg
Andres Pg Måned siden
I know y’all all saw the object in the air @ 4:29
egaming
egaming Måned siden
amazing movie
charles bromberick
charles bromberick Måned siden
I watched them shooting this video in Pasadena´s Arroyo Seco - it´s no more real than Covid-19 or global warming. Bring back Trump and honesty in expression - MAGA forever!
jason woodyard
jason woodyard Måned siden
We can get 4K pics and video from Mars but I can’t get decent WiFi 20 miles outside of a major city. What a shame.
Buck Siouxwanan
Buck Siouxwanan Måned siden
Molly holly, nucking futs!!🤤👀👍
Richard Barrett
Richard Barrett Måned siden
Where are the General Dollar Store and the Wal-Mart?
eFibernet
eFibernet Måned siden
I am one that loves to see this. It is a great jump for mankind. I have 1000 questions????
Basic Narc Survivor
Basic Narc Survivor Måned siden
Looks like a desert here on earth
426 SUPER BEE
426 SUPER BEE Måned siden
Tell me what there to enjoy? about a dead planet ? The dessert got more life than Mars got. We need to be finding BLUE AND GREEN PLANETS! Not GRAY, WHITE, AND RED
jshilali
jshilali Måned siden
this mars rover use cable tie to do cable management 🤣🤣🤣
Verdant Grotto Barbell
5:10 Tuskan Raider at the top right
draven griphith
draven griphith Måned siden
GREAT WE SPENT ALL THAT MONEY TO FIND WHETHERED ROCKS I COULD HAVE SAVED YA MILLIONS AN TAKEN YALL TO ARIZONA
V101 Science
V101 Science Måned siden
The Sahara desert isn't in America, does that mean we shouldn't explore it? Antarctica has brutally cold conditions, does that mean we shouldn't explore it? There are many forests and jungles across the planet, does that mean we shouldn't explore the Amazon rain forest? If everyone had this line of thinking the Earth would still be mostly unexplored. Space exploration helps to address fundamental questions about our place in the Universe and the history of our solar system, and the Perseverance rover is attempting to find signs of ancient life on Mars. Mars is an excellent place to investigate this question because it is the most similar planet to Earth in the Solar System. Evidence suggests that Mars was once full of water, warmer and had a thicker atmosphere, offering a potentially habitable environment. It is not just sand and rocks. It is a world that can tell us a lot about our planet, ourselves and whether we are alone.
unknown
unknown Måned siden
what part of nevada is this
Derik H
Derik H Måned siden
Pretty cool...God is awesome. I can't wait to see what Heaven looks like...now THAT will be a sight! Great job to all those who were involved in this. God bless you all
Flatline optimism
Flatline optimism Måned siden
Halfway through the clip you can see a guy on a dirt bike in the upper left side of the screen.
Randy Williams
Randy Williams Måned siden
I have a better idea how about we send hardy pine, cypress and cedars in individual hot houses that will break away once they establish themselves and are well rooted
Randy Williams
Randy Williams Måned siden
Hey instead of sending billions of dollars in probes, why didn't nasa send trees to the planet to colonize it and create a usable atmosphere
devoid24
devoid24 Måned siden
Is it just me, or does anyone else feel sad when they see these pictures of Mars? So desolate, no living thing (even if they found bacterial, its not the same), no greenery, just barren plains, rocks and mountains. It just makes me sad.
TwentyTwo22ThirtyThree 22
@Boxing The truth I was worried about that
TwentyTwo22ThirtyThree 22
@Boxing The truth Thanks for that advice, I was actually rrying to figure out why everything was messed up and I couldn't sleep. But you've really helped open my eyes to my condition, and given me something to work on. I am forever in your debt for the words of widom you have given me 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏
TwentyTwo22ThirtyThree 22
@Boxing The truth Wouldn't know. Never read the paper, and blew the TV up. Something tells me you don't know the author. You will one day.
TwentyTwo22ThirtyThree 22
@Boxing The truth Says the author.
TwentyTwo22ThirtyThree 22
@Boxing The truth wrong
devoid24
devoid24 Måned siden
3:47 in the lower middle of the screen.... Looks like a space helmet.....
Lee Edwards-Wright
Lee Edwards-Wright Måned siden
I almost fell asleep XD
Colm O'Callaghan
Colm O'Callaghan Måned siden
Amazing footage, it just gets better and better, another world where no man has set foot.
jpb1231000
jpb1231000 Måned siden
YEP... Just Like the MOON!!! No man's ever been there either!!!
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