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

22.02.2021 г.
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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

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  • Happy to see this live Congratulations to humanity

    Pavan KrishnaPavan Krishnaпреди час
  • I'm at the right time to witness it, but am I at the right time to experience it?

    Dank MeguminDank Meguminпреди час
  • The most amazing thing is this video is the fact that the americans finally came to their senses and were using the metric system😅 Now switch to the correct driving side of the road will you?

    dinho890idinho890iпреди час
  • WOW SO COOL, Mashaallah

    HDM VisionHDM Visionпреди 2 часа
  • My suggestion is, bring some seed and try to plant there

    ibnu mustafaibnu mustafaпреди 2 часа
  • Omg, no plants there

    ibnu mustafaibnu mustafaпреди 2 часа
  • Bravo!

    Eren DenizEren Denizпреди 2 часа
  • I have $10 that says that the helicopter robot falls on its side and becomes inoperable in less than 1 year of use on Mars.

    Final Theory GamesFinal Theory Gamesпреди 3 часа
  • why can't my android have that quality?

    benajog 247benajog 247преди 3 часа
  • That sky-crane looks like it's from an 80's Sci-Fi film.

    Aman DeepAman Deepпреди 3 часа
  • Human in mask coudln't to see a differnece between a Cinema and Reality

    Alex EistAlex Eistпреди 3 часа
    • We have an intellectual here guys

      20CSE1017 Milind Lawande.20CSE1017 Milind Lawande.преди 2 часа
    • Flat earthers huh?

      Anoki YoussouAnoki Youssouпреди 2 часа
  • Space: scary, but cool. The Ocean: scary, and not cool.

    Victor CVictor Cпреди 3 часа
  • YEAH WHAT A TIME , WASTE RESOURCES AND MONEY ON MARS WHILE OUR BELOVED EARTH THAT NURTURED FOR SO LONG DIES . ARE U GONNA LIVE ON A SPACE SUIT WHEN U DENY TO WEAR A MASK ? IT WILL TAKE THOUSANDS OR EVEN MILLIONS OF YEAR TO MAKE MARS HABITABLE AS LIKE EARTH .

    no oneno oneпреди 3 часа
    • This is just the first planet,after that we move on to the next planet

      Anoki YoussouAnoki Youssouпреди 2 часа
  • Shot on iPhone 6.

    Modnaroston ThingsModnaroston Thingsпреди 3 часа
  • 🤔

    LateLateпреди 4 часа
  • Congratulation NASA from sri lanka🇱🇰

    Shiran tharanga TharangaShiran tharanga Tharangaпреди 4 часа
  • Congratulations NASA Espero un día el encuentro con nuestros vecinos Marciano👽👽👽😃😃😃

    SalvadorsitoSalvadorsitoпреди 4 часа
  • Leave mars alone. 😒

    VirgoNatureVirgoNatureпреди 4 часа
  • 56 years from now we will have live contact with martians

    Francisco CaballeroFrancisco Caballeroпреди 4 часа
  • DARE MIGHTY THINGS

    JDLJDLпреди 4 часа
  • cool

    barakjoebarakjoeпреди 4 часа
  • Это очень круто!!!

    Макс МаксМакс Макспреди 4 часа
  • NASA needs to produce a giant, HUGE coffee table book with nothing but ultra high resolution photos, on thick, beautiful paper, quality color printing, with hundreds of pages. Book should include all the best photos photos taken of plants and moons in our dollar system. Books should be sold at cost to tax payers, and a copy given to every library.

    Shaley ValeShaley Valeпреди 4 часа
  • Und schon beginnen Menschen den nächsten Planeten zu vermüllen! :-(

    NeoxenumNeoxenumпреди 4 часа
  • not a space agency

    Michi HalloMichi Halloпреди 4 часа
  • You guys think they'll come across Opportunity or Spirit?

    Gabz RazzGabz Razzпреди 4 часа
  • Ok let’s cut the video right before it actually lands!!?!?!? Wtf!!!!! Hasn’t thing thing landed years ago ??? Bunch of lies!!

    JoeySmokesJoeySmokesпреди 4 часа
    • There are curiosity,opportunity,and sparta rover.This is preseverance rover.

      Anoki YoussouAnoki Youssouпреди 2 часа
    • Flat earth huh?

      Anoki YoussouAnoki Youssouпреди 2 часа
  • Atemberaubende Aufnahmen ! Glückwünsche aus Deutschland 👍👍👍 Das war mal wirklich eine Perfekte Landung 😍

    Event HorizonEvent Horizonпреди 5 часа
  • NASA here just landed another Rover on another planet while here I am, unable to type congrajulasions

    Prinz EugenPrinz Eugenпреди 5 часа
  • This looks like it's filmed on a miniature set... 2:37 supposed to be 300 meters? Okay, the objects on the ground look like mountains. 2:57 now we are 20 meters. Now the objects are just tiny rocks?

    Chris C.Chris C.преди 5 часа
    • @20CSE1017 Milind Lawande. well,I think the height is 5m

      Anoki YoussouAnoki Youssouпреди час
    • @Anoki Youssou I was thinking the same thing when she said 300m I thought it was way higher up

      20CSE1017 Milind Lawande.20CSE1017 Milind Lawande.преди 2 часа
    • 2:37 is not 300 m. 5 m for me.

      Anoki YoussouAnoki Youssouпреди 2 часа
  • I am Indian and l am say that eating food to mangal mission of ues fully food name is Honey 🍯

    Alok TTAAlok TTAпреди 5 часа
    • Give me reply

      Alok TTAAlok TTAпреди 5 часа
  • Those unlikes are from the Aliens of Mars

    David GomesDavid Gomesпреди 5 часа
  • ferb, i know what we're gonna do today

    Snehansh KarSnehansh Karпреди 5 часа
  • If there is no atmosphere on Mars how is the parachute used?

    BWBWпреди 5 часа
    • There is an atmosphere just a thinner one.

      StevenStevenпреди час
    • There is an atmosphere on Mars

      Peter drippinPeter drippinпреди 5 часа
  • Best moment ever 👍

    MehtaMehtaпреди 6 часа
  • Ещё один маленький шаг для всего человечества.

    zuygj bnsvzuygj bnsvпреди 6 часа
  • Nice to see that NASA is also becoming viewer-friendly and explaining everything

    Harsh RajHarsh Rajпреди 6 часа
  • Congratulations....

    Acep sudrajatAcep sudrajatпреди 6 часа
  • I seen 10 NASA shirts today

    BMX927David RothBMX927David Rothпреди 6 часа
    • So there is Air to support the parachute?? Any effect of Gravity?? Video images not mosiac?? I am not sure, you are telling us truth??

      zuygj bnsvzuygj bnsvпреди 6 часа
  • Very confused as to why we have the ‘live’ call-outs from mission control included with the video. It takes several minutes for the video feed to get from Mars to Earth meaning the rover would have already landed by the time we start seeing video of the descent.

    ChoogoChoogoпреди 6 часа
    • Because the microphone malfunctioned so this atleast explains things

      StevenStevenпреди час
  • so we have remote control systems and computers and programs and yet theres still a room full of people acting as if they need to do something for this landing process

    parsimoniesparsimoniesпреди 6 часа
  • neverthought nevada desert would look like mars after some video filters

    parsimoniesparsimoniesпреди 6 часа
    • here's another like so you'll finally feel you achieved something in your life

      parsimoniesparsimoniesпреди 5 часа
    • Your parents are failures

      Libturds SuckLibturds Suckпреди 6 часа
  • 3:05 goosebumps

    Raihani SofiaRaihani Sofiaпреди 6 часа
  • It's 16x the graphics and 4 times the map...

    Cypher FoxCypher Foxпреди 7 часа
  • Pog

    Dylan WangDylan Wangпреди 7 часа
  • 0:12 whether I see the lights or the sun

    AladinataAladinataпреди 7 часа
  • Lol and they say we are "over populated" How did the announcers not bust up laughing? Good job keeping the straight face Pirates! ARRRRR

    jett888jett888преди 7 часа
  • Wow!! They even Spray Aerosolised chemicals up there too!! SAIs evrn at mars! Who would have thought??

    jett888jett888преди 7 часа
  • Is this I am dreaming !!!!

    Smrithul MoncySmrithul Moncyпреди 7 часа
  • Nice piece of propaganda, Hollywood. Especially all the actors jumping up and down for joy and throwing their fists in their air, every single one of them like they were told "look like the world just performed a miracle". NASA is a corrupt organization. People need to start opening their eyes.

    The ObservantThe Observantпреди 7 часа
  • From mankind, to NASA...thank you for your hard work trough all this years

    Motorsport 24/7Motorsport 24/7преди 7 часа
  • Do you want to go to Mars?

    Jannati JatriJannati Jatriпреди 8 часа
    • yes

      Blessed OneBlessed Oneпреди 6 часа
  • 😂🤣🤣right. Looks like the movie Gravity!!

    Phil RobinsonPhil Robinsonпреди 8 часа
  • So there is Air to support the parachute?? Any effect of Gravity?? Video images not mosiac?? I am not sure, you are telling us truth??

    Intelligent 2Intelligent 2преди 8 часа
    • There is a thin atmosphere on Mars

      StevenStevenпреди час
    • Are you a scientist or expert in any such field? No? ok then your opinion is null.

      TruthSpotter 17TruthSpotter 17преди 6 часа
  • The rightful bedroom proximately last because wedge understandably invite like a groovy vulture. apathetic, motionless square

    Dolores StoneDolores Stoneпреди 9 часа
    • A very eloquent summary. Thank you for your input.

      TruthSpotter 17TruthSpotter 17преди 6 часа
  • I thought they were cheering they were going to get a New Stimules Check!!

    stude1953stude1953преди 9 часа
  • Person who dislikes: ThAt'S a SiMuLaTiOn ThE eArTh iS PLanE

    Ana LuizaAna Luizaпреди 9 часа
    • That's on Mars, not Earth... 🤣

      Event HorizonEvent Horizonпреди 4 часа
  • All the good that money could have done for the poorist people in the world

    Brandon And tomBrandon And tomпреди 9 часа
  • Just wow!

    Mike RansomMike Ransomпреди 9 часа
  • Awesome ✌️✌️

    sree ksree kпреди 9 часа
  • هبوط مظلي يشبه هبوط الهيليكوبتر !!!

    Nerve DisturbiaNerve Disturbiaпреди 9 часа
  • to see the lander flying away after the orbiter touchdown is incredible

    EdwardioEdwardioпреди 9 часа
  • Marte é vermelho!!! Não era pra ser verde, igual os marcianos?🤔

    sgm 123sgm 123преди 10 часа
    • No ablo sopa de macaco

      genesis space administrationgenesis space administrationпреди 4 часа
  • This is literally impossible. The brainwashing is in full effect.

    Amir DizdarevicAmir Dizdarevicпреди 10 часа
    • If you don't have the credentials of a scientist or expert, your opinion is forever null.

      TruthSpotter 17TruthSpotter 17преди 6 часа
  • What about religious concepts ?

    christian hitochristian hitoпреди 10 часа
    • There is no god

      Libturds SuckLibturds Suckпреди 6 часа
  • Martian looking up going What in the actual F is going on here. Run Marvin, Run!!!

    Steve Just StuffSteve Just Stuffпреди 10 часа
  • We are not really there.

    Jose NavaJose Navaпреди 10 часа
  • Amazing! I just love it!

    SleepingdogishSleepingdogishпреди 10 часа
  • I really just want to see a video of perseverance just driving along the ground with the gentle winds blowing and hearing the wheels crackle on the rocks....

    RandydnaR MoorerooMRandydnaR MoorerooMпреди 10 часа
  • In 2020's my drone have a 4k camera...it seems like a Marth circus, Nasa & Jpl for great movie awards. I hope the solar panels is cleaning with anybody like in the moon footages.

    Javier HerreraJavier Herreraпреди 11 часа
  • this is how the space flight attendant will sound like in the future.

    hallo worldhallo worldпреди 11 часа
  • How emotional is it when she says "Touchdown Confirmed"!

    Shaaz FaridShaaz Faridпреди 11 часа
    • Obviously it is... they have been waiting for this moment for a long time!! From the time and money it took to get built. They also had to worry about if it would actually land in one piece

      Hank's DetailingHank's Detailingпреди 8 часа
  • I shan't be profound. I'm a nobody. I've cried a lot. This is a-maze-in'.

    Vebe SeseVebe Seseпреди 11 часа
  • Cosa pensate di trovare su Marte?

    dario rossidario rossiпреди 11 часа
  • cooooooool!

    Tom De BackerTom De Backerпреди 11 часа
  • Omg its mad lol

    Gail WilkinsonGail Wilkinsonпреди 11 часа
  • Pmg its mad lol

    Gail WilkinsonGail Wilkinsonпреди 11 часа
  • L'émotion dans la voix...

    Éric ReteÉric Reteпреди 11 часа
  • Oh my word!

    Carbon based unit DaveauxCarbon based unit Daveauxпреди 11 часа
  • Amaizing!

    Helbert CasallasHelbert Casallasпреди 11 часа
  • so basically we are UFO's on Mars

    rad1antrad1antпреди 11 часа
  • I think 6.1k in china do not like that beautiful touchdown? Why?

    Joe DarkJoe Darkпреди 11 часа
  • Congratulations NASA. Congratulations USA.

    Leon GurevichLeon Gurevichпреди 11 часа
  • good joke

    ILO 007ILO 007преди 11 часа
  • nano nano, other illegal in my planet.

    D DAYD DAYпреди 12 часа
  • Think one year mars Will be green

    The DimonblockThe Dimonblockпреди 12 часа
  • When will nasa highlight a man in space bcs hes white?? nasa?

    Youtube VillainYoutube Villainпреди 12 часа
  • An absolutely mind blowing achievement, congratulations and a million thanks to everyone involved.

    Peter PrincePeter Princeпреди 12 часа
  • 👶👏

    Tom BumTom Bumпреди 12 часа
  • We had already polluted Earth. Why can’t just leave other planets alone?

    Jann AnJann Anпреди 12 часа
  • Heartly congratulations to NASA and the kind and loving people of the United States🇺🇸 from an Indian🇮🇳

    Ankur PandaAnkur Pandaпреди 12 часа
  • That's amazing, I would not have expected that this sort of video capability was possible. I wonder what the data rate was to send that video back? Was it either an exponential increase in transfer speeds, or just really amazing compression?

    RobertRobertпреди 12 часа
    • The video wasn’t real-time. The rover recorded the various EDL videos and then downloaded them a day or two after the landing. JPL then merged these videos with the Mission Control commentators to make this video. The rover sends/receives most of its data to/from orbiters around Mars. These orbiters then relay the data to Earth where it is received by the Deep Space Network (DSN). The data rates vary, somewhere between a few hundred kilobits per second, up to 1-2 megabits per second.

      Steve AdamsSteve Adamsпреди 12 часа
  • Reverse yeet

    Poison IvyPoison Ivyпреди 12 часа
  • Justin Bieber music videos have 1.5 billions views. Why doesn't this have 1.5 billion views?

    DavidDavidпреди 13 часа
    • People play a music video 100 times. Sometimes 20 times in one night.

      SPSPпреди 12 часа
  • One day in the future, the creatures of Mars will be tearing down all their statues dedicated to Perseverance!

    bart cbart cпреди 13 часа
  • Victory !!!!!!!

    Yuriy GorYuriy Gorпреди 13 часа
  • They showed you exactly nothing that couldn't be filmed here on earth. Yall got fooled again.

    jdan73jdan73преди 13 часа
    • Splish splash your opinion is trash

      genesis space administrationgenesis space administrationпреди 4 часа
    • @Oelkers Account Considering the people in the room helped engineer and build the rover, the idea they are willingly lying about their life's work is ludicrous.

      Joe NolanJoe Nolanпреди 11 часа
    • I'm honestly not sure if you're right or wrong. What is troubling to me is to wonder - would anyone in that control room know if it was a simulation or real themselves?

      Oelkers AccountOelkers Accountпреди 12 часа
  • This is one of the most amazing human endeavours I’ve ever seen and I’m so excited and proud to be alive in this time to see it unfold.

    Terri MontureTerri Montureпреди 13 часа
  • Congrats

    Saroj Kumar MohantySaroj Kumar Mohantyпреди 13 часа
  • I wonder how many people actually knew? Just saw this now.

    Dennis Kennedy Jr.Dennis Kennedy Jr.преди 13 часа
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