Perseverance Rover’s Descent and Touchdown on Mars (Official NASA Video)

22 feb 2021
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NASA's Mars 2020 Perseverance mission captured thrilling footage of its rover landing in Mars' Jezero Crater on Feb. 18, 2021. The real footage in this video was captured by several cameras that are part of the rover's entry, descent, and landing suite. The views include a camera looking down from the spacecraft's descent stage (a kind of rocket-powered jet pack that helps fly the rover to its landing site), a camera on the rover looking up at the descent stage, a camera on the top of the aeroshell (a capsule protecting the rover) looking up at that parachute, and a camera on the bottom of the rover looking down at the Martian surface.

The audio embedded in the video comes from the mission control call-outs during entry, descent, and landing.

For more information about Perseverance, visit mars.nasa.gov/perseverance

Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

Kommentarer
  • *Super ! But what are you doing , It is "Dead Planet" Expired it.*

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  • für eine Nutzung im Umweltinteresse

    Sajad Pir AhmadianSajad Pir Ahmadian20 minuter sedan
  • man. there was so much hype about this video but dont see the rover looking around. and those claps were annoying.

    COLDSUNCOLDSUN25 minuter sedan
  • I hope you watch this my sons ..

    Christopher HowardChristopher Howard27 minuter sedan
  • Another pile of human junk contaminating another planet

    STEVE MCGOWANSTEVE MCGOWAN29 minuter sedan
  • Dear team nasa, indian you tuber give wrong info evry time .

    kadam anmolkadam anmol38 minuter sedan
  • Curing cancer, dementia or the common cold would be useful this helps no one in this comment section. CARRY ON!

    Mario MorrisMario Morris44 minuter sedan
  • Why is it that we don’t send multiple rovers and drones to varying sites on Mars at the same time? Or the moon for that matter. Why is it always one at a time. If the response is money i think that’s just a front.

    Built like BluechipBuilt like Bluechip49 minuter sedan
  • I want to go there..

    XOis NewsXOis News59 minuter sedan
  • HD video from another planet...not bad humans, not bad

    icy purpleicy purpleTimme sedan
  • Good job Swati mohan

    Prabhavati CharvePrabhavati Charve2 timmar sedan
  • Now Mars is the limit istead of just sky

    Abhishek jainAbhishek jain2 timmar sedan
  • When I heard about this crazy idea -- I honestly thought it will fail spectacularly because the design of the landing is just insane and complicated. But I am very glad to be proved wrong that the rover has landed safely.

    TagraffTagraff2 timmar sedan
  • if i was just vert genius person.. I would work to nasa... I would love to discover more about other planets and galaxy. Like I would be obssess discovering about it.. but so sad that i am not as genius😆😅😅

    star Lightstar Light2 timmar sedan
  • Brasil 🇧🇷😎👏

    BrasilBrasil3 timmar sedan
  • Our previous Mars rover "Spirit" died. May our human spirit live on. Perseverance!

    Samy PorrataSamy Porrata3 timmar sedan
  • This is so strange... in 100 years maybe there will be humans facilities there like we have on both south and north poles... but for me it's strange to talk about something that I will never see.

    Gabriel NiloGabriel Nilo3 timmar sedan
  • Wow!

    Vilver IIVilver II3 timmar sedan
  • So glad they enforced uniforms. It would be horrible to have things like individuality or personality among the employee sheep.

    Michael GroverMichael Grover3 timmar sedan
  • NASA, where did you sent that rocket to? After he drops the rover he just leaves, like he has something to do.. Will he just fly until he has no more gas?

    Rui MenorRui Menor4 timmar sedan
    • @Rui Menor the amount of fuel necessary would be doubled, and they can't simply transport petrol to it

      zincbak warriorzincbak warriorTimme sedan
    • @Steve Adams but why crash and so far away? Could it just land nearby? Could be useful some day no?

      Rui MenorRui Menor3 timmar sedan
    • The sky crane flew itself about 700 meters from the rover and crashed. It did exactly what it was supposed to do.

      Steve AdamsSteve Adams4 timmar sedan
  • The collective intelligence of humans is amazing!

    Steven CanalSteven Canal4 timmar sedan
    • Pristine 4k video..... 16 bit human audio. WTF

      serdy ximiserdy ximi3 timmar sedan
  • i don't believe american honesty you guys will show us only useless pictures 🖕😒🖕

    Δ L I Σ ИΔ L I Σ И5 timmar sedan
    • the robot domination of Mars continues... hmm.. what if they evolve and attack Earth?

      serdy ximiserdy ximi3 timmar sedan
  • For some reason space terrifies me. Like, this is cool and all but seeing this footage almost gave me an legit heart attack.

    Ayanna 4lAyanna 4l5 timmar sedan
  • And who is going to pick up that heat shield they just littered on mars?

    icjd80icjd805 timmar sedan
    • no one, there's no one there. there's actions and sacrifices neccesary to reach mars, obviously

      zincbak warriorzincbak warriorTimme sedan
  • Greetings from Denmark 🇩🇰

    depe12345depe123455 timmar sedan
  • Congrats nasa thats a big acheivement

    samantha burnssamantha burns5 timmar sedan
  • What woul happen if they send water from eart to mars so give him little help

    Jonas Leomeres Poma NuñezJonas Leomeres Poma Nuñez5 timmar sedan
    • @Eric soy de Bolivia y hablo pocos idiomas

      Jonas Leomeres Poma NuñezJonas Leomeres Poma Nuñez4 timmar sedan
    • @Eric yes and bythe way greetings from BOLIVA

      Jonas Leomeres Poma NuñezJonas Leomeres Poma Nuñez4 timmar sedan
    • @Eric you've tried

      Jonas Leomeres Poma NuñezJonas Leomeres Poma Nuñez4 timmar sedan
    • the water would dry up

      EricEric4 timmar sedan
  • When I see masks, I see idiots obey.

    McDaniel77McDaniel775 timmar sedan
  • Too bad the mic not turn on.

    Frosty WinnipegFrosty Winnipeg5 timmar sedan
  • Amazing!!!

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    Luis EnriquezLuis Enriquez6 timmar sedan
    • sordid cereal? XD

      zincbak warriorzincbak warriorTimme sedan
  • LOL

    MrOldschool75MrOldschool756 timmar sedan
  • Take together new York fan

    Dee FooDee Foo6 timmar sedan
  • Nice graphics it looks realistic.

    HaRd. LiNe.HaRd. LiNe.6 timmar sedan
    • It’s a real video.

      SPSP5 timmar sedan
  • I take it mars atmosphere is so thin, one could see the brightest stars during the daytime if on the surface.

    Norm BakerNorm Baker6 timmar sedan
  • the robot domination of Mars continues... hmm.. what if they evolve and attack Earth?

    MrGriff305MrGriff3056 timmar sedan
  • Pristine 4k video..... 16 bit human audio. WTF

    JdukeLiveJdukeLive6 timmar sedan
    • almost as if they had a gigantic budget. wait, no that's preposterous

      zincbak warriorzincbak warriorTimme sedan
  • such an achievement! well done!

    HellbornNL(jan)HellbornNL(jan)6 timmar sedan
  • Congrats to Nasa Amazing achievement but when i see the planet surface of mars , i feel we should take care more Planet earth and appreciate the beauty and maintained the natural enviroment as possible ,sadly because of modernization and technology we forget and we destroying our own planet ,

    Rhenn Makeup ArtistryRhenn Makeup Artistry6 timmar sedan
  • That's amazing!!!! I'm reading Cosmos (1980) from Carl Sagan and he would be so f*cking excited and proud of it!! Let's explore the whole universe!!

    Matheus AlvesMatheus Alves6 timmar sedan
  • What a waste of money.

    Zahin VishnuZahin Vishnu7 timmar sedan
    • ah yes, reaching a planet, discovering new bounds. complete waste of money

      zincbak warriorzincbak warriorTimme sedan
  • So amazing!

    Ambient Music BoxAmbient Music Box7 timmar sedan
  • At the speed the artificial intelligence evolves humans might not have to risk their lives for a long period of time; and Humans' landing on Mars might look like our landing on the Moon. The latter did not bring such a breakthrough as expected: we are still far away from colonisation or even from a limited use of the Moon resources. If UFO phenomena are true, I guess they also might be some manifestations of artificially managed robotic devices.

    Briston KnightBriston Knight7 timmar sedan
  • Lol XD 💗

    Luis Mansilla Sturgeon34Luis Mansilla Sturgeon347 timmar sedan
  • Having only ever seen pictures stitched together from Mars, this HD video makes it so much more real.

    JacobJacob7 timmar sedan
  • What?

    plexy pandaplexy panda8 timmar sedan
  • This video is so, so cool.

    m._cellom._cello8 timmar sedan
  • Boş işler müdürlüğü gibisiniz. Bu boş islerle uğraşıp devletlerinizin toplumlarini soyacağıniza, bilinen tek yaşanılabilir gezegen olan şu dünyayı 80 yıl sonraki dogal felaketlerinden kurtaracak teknolojiler üretin. Ve halkları insanları birbirleri ile barıştırıp huzur inşaa edin. Marsta yaşayabileceğinizimi sanıyorsunuz ? Orda yaşarken dünyayi yönetebileceğinizi mi sanıyorsunuz ? Gülünç . Sizler hala , dünyada tukettiginiz petrol ve yeraltı kaynaklarinizi yok ederken dünyanin güneş sistemindeki yerçekimsel yörüngesine darbe indirdiğinizin bile farkinda olamayan "sözde bilimadamları " iken neyin seviciliğini yapıyorsunuz !!!

    TENTE PERGOLATENTE PERGOLA8 timmar sedan
  • Do they still use the original mics at NASA for nostalgia? Why is it so staticky?

    gergage6gergage68 timmar sedan
    • the range...

      zincbak warriorzincbak warriorTimme sedan
  • this is pretty cool

    Expert GamingExpert Gaming8 timmar sedan
  • *Has NASA confirmed whether or not there is water on Mars?* *Either on or under the surface. Or is it just a theory?*

    Michael DavidMichael David8 timmar sedan
    • @zincbak warrior I keep reading that the ice on and under the Martian surface is frozen gas, not frozen water. Could water from another source be imported to Mars? Mars looks so much like Earth, some places anyway, but to make Mars habitable for humans is going to take a long time, and more technological advancement. For the foreseeable future, only robots will be inhabiting Mars, including humanoid robots. Which have come a long way over the years. The humanoid robots from DARPA and Japan are particularly impressive, and they don't need things like 1G gravity, water and everything else associated with Earth.

      Michael DavidMichael David11 minuter sedan
    • i think there was a study, and they found water (ice) under the surface of mars. they also found micro-organisms. im talking deeeeeeep under the ground

      zincbak warriorzincbak warriorTimme sedan
  • Whaou ! i'm speechless... i hope we'll camp there one day ;)

    Loizani SLIMANILoizani SLIMANI8 timmar sedan
  • Amazing work, well done, NASA!

    Nikki VeeNikki Vee8 timmar sedan
  • nope they broke the k mart video camera and are failures of exploration. They Can't take videos from the ground of alien worlds because they are failures. Not Worth Any Funding At All.

    Isaac BerryIsaac Berry8 timmar sedan
  • Amazing STEM

    Procyon WSProcyon WS9 timmar sedan
  • Stuffs like this makes me believe humanity are meant for greater things, what a time to be alive. How far we've come, from Living under caves to Landing a rover on Mars. Congratulations NASA!! I shall be on here when NASA will land the first human too..

    Leo LindieLeo Lindie9 timmar sedan
  • Cap 🧢

    odinodin9 timmar sedan
    • ah yes, any evidence???/

      zincbak warriorzincbak warriorTimme sedan
  • There’s an obelisk on the moon of mars and it’s sending a transmission

    Tony RomoTony Romo9 timmar sedan
  • Subsonic speed? Compared to Earth's atmosphere or Mars'?

    Marshall OdomMarshall Odom10 timmar sedan
  • Wuaoo!! Pronto estaremos allí 👍🏻🌏

    Engelberth MontillaEngelberth Montilla10 timmar sedan
  • Great accomplishment.. I'd point cameras all around

    Abigail IndicaAbigail Indica10 timmar sedan
  • Человек никогда не сможет жить на Марсе: покинув энерго-информационные поля Земли, он потеряет разумность, а это значит, что полёт землянина на Марс - путешествие в один конец. Разумно ли тратить колоссальные средства на несбыточный проект колонизации Марса в условиях, когда под угрозой сама жизнь на Земле?! Климатические и социальные потрясения поставили человечество на грань гибели. Реальную информацию на эту тему даёт Барановский В.В. на канале "Перспектива", отвечая на вопросы зрителей.

    Надежда СмирноваНадежда Смирнова10 timmar sedan
    • @Георгий Соколов , я не против науки (сын занимался магнитным полем Земли в НИИ), но тратить колоссальные средства на несбыточное, когда еле-еле сводим концы с концами на родной планете - это безумие. Посмотрите проект "Боль Земли" - нас захлёстывают природные катаклизмы, "Обманутое человечество" (автор А. Паламар) - что реально сегодня нужно делать.

      Надежда СмирноваНадежда Смирнова9 timmar sedan
    • Нам с диванов лучше знать ученых и инженеров...мы с вами даже не сможем объяснить работу процессора не прибегая к источникам информации, но благодоря ученым мы можем сидеть в интернете.

      Георгий СоколовГеоргий Соколов10 timmar sedan
  • CONGRATULATIONS..

    Barrera Science Lab UniverseBarrera Science Lab Universe10 timmar sedan
  • Put a camera on the Moon, and show us 24/7 how "round" is our Earth,

    Leonid TomnovLeonid Tomnov10 timmar sedan
    • @Atlas dont argue with this halfwit, he wont listen. there is definitive evidence stating that the earth is round, but they just ignore it

      zincbak warriorzincbak warriorTimme sedan
    • what difference would it make, really?

      AtlasAtlas8 timmar sedan
    • Why do you want a camera on the moon when weather satellites show the globe all the time.

      Mike PMike P9 timmar sedan
  • The surface in 4 Kilometers hight looks the same as in 10 Meters! And the nozzles are pitch black! And there is dust in front of the nozzels and no sign of a jet or downwards moving gas!

    Ralf KathRalf Kath11 timmar sedan
    • @Ralf Kath Not all rocket engines and propellants produce a pronounced flame.

      AtlasAtlas7 timmar sedan
    • @Atlas flames or sharp jets! Ok maybe I am wrong. Maybe the sky crane is the best way to land a rover! Even in 10 meter distance the jets make a lot of dust but if they come closer to to surface it maybe a disaster...

      Ralf KathRalf Kath7 timmar sedan
    • what should it look like?

      AtlasAtlas8 timmar sedan
    • Actually, no. And the fuel is hydrazine that doesn't produce visible exhaust gas from the nozzles.

      Mike PMike P9 timmar sedan
  • Are there any night videos of Mars?

    Nik KovaNik Kova11 timmar sedan
  • NASA to run this country.

    Joshua DohmanJoshua Dohman11 timmar sedan
  • Vai Corinthians 🖤

    JOÃO PAULO NOLASCOJOÃO PAULO NOLASCO11 timmar sedan
  • Só o único brasileiro 🇧🇷

    Breno MunizBreno Muniz11 timmar sedan
  • Humans do incredible feats.... yet the still believe in imaginary beings (religion)...

    stamoulis7stamoulis712 timmar sedan
  • Impressive! °-° ... most impressive ¬¬

    Erick HerlitzErick Herlitz12 timmar sedan
  • Awesome! congratulation NASA

    Michael SmithMichael Smith12 timmar sedan
    • @dutoiu hour evidence? that's pretty important

      zincbak warriorzincbak warriorTimme sedan
    • MEGAFAKE

      dutoiu hourdutoiu hour11 timmar sedan
  • Историческое событие. Первое видео ПОСАДКИ аппарата на Марс. Это просто потрясно!

    Krab KrabovichKrab Krabovich12 timmar sedan
    • Bravo à la NASA , un nouveau grand pas pour l'humanité

      dutoiu hourdutoiu hour11 timmar sedan
  • Unfortunately, developing countries like Indonesia have not been able to accept this.

    Herman TanHerman Tan12 timmar sedan
  • Congratulations! Amazing!!

    Henrique LimaHenrique Lima12 timmar sedan
  • Great work

    dibos biswasdibos biswas12 timmar sedan
  • I'm so glad they added cameras so we could see this!!! It's freaking inspiring!!! I get tingles watching this feat of engineering! 🚀💙🔥

    Ryan PatonRyan Paton12 timmar sedan
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  • nice and all but my question how come that the rockets dont havs flames comming out of it?

    Linus De RooverLinus De Roover12 timmar sedan
    • The sky crane uses a mono propellant called hydrazine. It decomposes into nitrogen and hydrogen gas and a little ammonia. These gases are all transparent. That is why the rocket plumes are clear.

      Steve AdamsSteve Adams10 timmar sedan
    • The fuel that is used doesn't produce visible flame.

      Mike PMike P12 timmar sedan
  • Meanwhile, humans starving on earth while billionaires exist!

    TomTom12 timmar sedan
    • yes, do you understand economy, and how it works?

      zincbak warriorzincbak warriorTimme sedan
  • The weirdest thing in this video is listening to American people using the metric system

    Lorenzo UnichLorenzo Unich12 timmar sedan
  • Fakest thing I've ever seen. (Other than everything else Nasa has released)

    B BakerB Baker13 timmar sedan
    • @Atlas dont argue, he's a halfwit

      zincbak warriorzincbak warriorTimme sedan
    • ​@Henning​ He's a flat earther.

      AtlasAtlas8 timmar sedan
    • Why?

      HenningHenning12 timmar sedan
  • One day they're going to be sending rovers from Mars to Earth😂

    DBro ThaGreatDBro ThaGreat13 timmar sedan
  • They forgot to edit out the airplane from the sky... 300k idiots who still believe this nonsense.

    Fati TigiloFati Tigilo13 timmar sedan
    • where my guy, you wouldn't be lying would you. no way!!!!! you obviously have evidence

      zincbak warriorzincbak warriorTimme sedan
    • airplane? where?

      AtlasAtlas8 timmar sedan
    • Where?

      DarkTheFailureDarkTheFailure13 timmar sedan
  • NASA showing the world they're still the boss.

    Chris WardChris Ward14 timmar sedan
  • maravilhoso logo estaremos morando em marte rss rss ....,,,,,, ROGÉRIO ,, !!....? BRASIL

    Michelle SantosMichelle Santos14 timmar sedan
  • Bravo à la NASA , un nouveau grand pas pour l'humanité

    christian quevillychristian quevilly14 timmar sedan
  • MEGAFAKE

    Felice IzzoFelice Izzo14 timmar sedan
    • It's real dude

      DarkTheFailureDarkTheFailure13 timmar sedan
  • Mars is a sleeping Volcanic planet , Its easily to tell from the shape of surface even with my school geology background 🙄

    PAIMONPAIMON14 timmar sedan
  • Fun fact this is Greenland and all you nerds are worshiping nasa which actually means satan hence why they say t-minus if you add the t back to nasa you get satan and not to mention the giant snake tounge in the logo

    Eric SenecalEric Senecal14 timmar sedan
  • After few years ... Hope it may be a tourist spot😉

    hethlin sshethlin ss14 timmar sedan
  • this is so cool!!!

    Youseph MoussaYouseph Moussa14 timmar sedan
  • Quality in Video is very bad way com back to 2021 ....you Wil back to 1980

    Engineer Ahmed EdreesEngineer Ahmed Edrees14 timmar sedan
  • This is insane!

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  • Sim! tem um brasileiro nos comentários.

    Canal ML TechCanal ML Tech14 timmar sedan
  • MAGA!

    Michael TMichael T14 timmar sedan
  • おめでとう!

    josefjosef14 timmar sedan
  • NASA a body of INDIANS...

    Arulnidhi KArulnidhi K15 timmar sedan
  • I live in Bangladesh. I have a question for you. I know your demand a lot NASA will never reply to my massage 😒but i would be happy to get the answer from you. The question is- " The earth is round or flat" My childhood dream is to be an astronaut and I will fulfill my dream one day. I want the answer to my question from you. I know don't answer the question, your demand is a lot😒😒

    Sayda MaherinSayda Maherin15 timmar sedan
    • The earth is very much round. We knew this for thousands of years.

      DarkTheFailureDarkTheFailure13 timmar sedan
  • Amazing... yet a tik tok video get x10 the views

    Andreas GregoriouAndreas Gregoriou15 timmar sedan
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