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

22 лют 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

Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

  • Congrats!!!!!

    Zoe ShewellZoe Shewell45 хвилин тому
  • Nice! Cool.

    Zoe ShewellZoe Shewell48 хвилин тому
  • Wow just like in the movies!!! Well done NASA!!

    Pearly ThomasPearly ThomasГодину тому
  • J'ai écris mon nom sur mars voilà c'était tout pour moi

    irem özdemirirem özdemirГодину тому
  • That bit where the parachute opens and it's a blue sky but it's not Earth was goosebumps.

    EdEdГодину тому
  • its amazing to think perseverance is one of the last rovers to land on mars before humans arrive

    shagshag2 години тому
  • wow just wow!

    Party QuestParty Quest3 години тому
  • Devon Island looks great as ever!

    EioEio3 години тому
    • Yep with its...polar ice caps...Martian dust...millions of miles of land

      Bloody EvolutionBloody Evolution2 години тому
    • im sure devon island has craters and a river delta

      shagshag2 години тому
  • This was taken on Earth.

    张林张林4 години тому
    • Nah it was taken on the Sun

      Bloody EvolutionBloody Evolution2 години тому
    • craters on earth?

      shagshag2 години тому
    • Actually it was taken on the Moon, and I have at least as much evidence as you do.

      Релёкс84Релёкс843 години тому
  • Good Job NASA

    Agmar MargalloAgmar Margallo4 години тому
  • Ur memmorry know humen.tacke irons.bactieriya pollllleeee3

    Ajith KumarAjith Kumar5 годин тому
  • its nevada, dummys.

    Abbott Oil paintingAbbott Oil painting5 годин тому
    • I’ve been to Nevada and didn’t get to see the polar ice caps and gargantuan craters

      Bloody EvolutionBloody EvolutionГодину тому
    • Nevada has polar ice caps??? Nice!

      Bloody EvolutionBloody EvolutionГодину тому
    • nevada dosent have loads of craters, dummys.

      shagshag2 години тому
    • coords?

      Релёкс84Релёкс843 години тому
  • Innu arkkum kodukkaam algorithm.why not human.u think ur ancer.and give irons.why.i meen biscuits ineyum uyarthaaam.where evar stay ?. space walck.njaaan kandu.ethra ethra dhushkkaram.ennittum human.athu gambeeram.pls ningalude vijayathinu.enthum cheyyalle.

    Ajith KumarAjith Kumar5 годин тому
  • Incredible! I could only imagine what the sky crane looked like for Curiosity, this is even more sci-fi than I ever imagined!

    SpacedOutOrcaSpacedOutOrca5 годин тому
  • Good job!

    Ugin UginUgin Ugin5 годин тому
  • Yo Supongo que aparecerán los conspiracionistas y dirán que esto no es cierto, que todo fue grabado en un estudio en Inglaterra. 🤦🤦🤦

    Edge-3Edge-35 годин тому
  • Hiii

    Alison KozyryevAlison Kozyryev5 годин тому
  • Rover: lands Skycrane: Aiight, I'mma head out.

    Mark ArandjusMark Arandjus5 годин тому
  • NASA - We send Perseverance rover to conduct more detailed research on Mars. Perseverance rover - "Where are you Curiosity? I got extra batteries for you!!!"

    Kashish PrasadKashish Prasad5 годин тому
  • NASA, you guys are a joke. You brag about the quality of your cameras and you have the audacity to provide grid obscured photos which obscure any clarity whatsoever. Be honest or stop wasging everyone's time.

    Kevin DavidsonKevin Davidson6 годин тому

    Andrés De castroAndrés De castro6 годин тому
  • Nasa Congo

    clashing risesclashing rises6 годин тому

    BEN ZEDBEN ZED8 годин тому
  • I'd like to see it land from the angle of earth with a high powered telescope ..more so on the moon I think that would look so cool watching a ship leave earth all the way to the surface of the moon none stop

    GoMeO GoMeOGoMeO GoMeO8 годин тому
  • If we are looking for signs of life in a planet, just compare it to earth. One is its gravity.

    WR Electronics Research & DevelopmentWR Electronics Research & Development8 годин тому
  • wow yes

    Dawn LightDawn Light9 годин тому
  • and after this amazing footage they proudly present audio record of 2 gusts of wind from mars

    SabretoothEmoSabretoothEmo9 годин тому
  • YEET

    Preston MarlowePreston Marlowe10 годин тому
  • Brigita baštúrova

    mato matomato mato10 годин тому
  • too young to explore the earth and too old to explore the starts, perfect age to make fun of flat earthers!

    Charming nowhere to hideCharming nowhere to hide11 годин тому
  • The look on their faces!

    ponrajponraj11 годин тому
  • this video is out of this world! ;)

    Sly DiscipleSly Disciple11 годин тому
  • Historical

    waisi Malikwaisi Malik12 годин тому
  • Everyone gangsta till the rover sends a pic of tesla driving on mars

    C JC J13 годин тому
    • Невероватно колико људи је верује у ове лажи.

      Charming nowhere to hideCharming nowhere to hide11 годин тому
  • Plz take me and leave me alone on Mars 🌚

    Ryan KattanRyan Kattan14 годин тому

    Zian Drew ForondaZian Drew Foronda14 годин тому
  • This is my 1st time seeing Mars at that distance

    JC PRO PH YTJC PRO PH YT15 годин тому
  • WOW

    Kmy ErKmy Er15 годин тому
  • maybe itll find the rover that landed in the late 90s?

    Jose RamirezJose Ramirez16 годин тому
  • Good job nasa. Next , what launch robot take sample on mars? Srry my english bad.

    Meytien YuspitaMeytien Yuspita17 годин тому
    • The rover is still going through checkouts and calibration of the instruments. It may be some weeks until actual science begins.

      Steve AdamsSteve Adams8 годин тому
  • I’m really baked right now. When I saw the perseverance drop down and the crane fly off I thought to myself... “WE are the aliens!!.” 🛸👽🤷🏻‍♂️

    Jake WylerJake Wyler17 годин тому
  • I want to go there

    Pritam KarPritam Kar18 годин тому
  • NAS..-HOLE

    cafe racercafe racer19 годин тому
  • Humans forever wasting resources on things that doesnt affect them

    jessie_funjessie_fun19 годин тому
    • I mean it does effect us, resources and more land.

      Bloody EvolutionBloody EvolutionГодину тому

    Death -Death -21 годину тому
  • NASA I found a comet heading to the sun! We need you!

    Some AmericanSome American21 годину тому
    • Comets regularly fly close to and even crash into the Sun. it's nothing of importance

      Релёкс84Релёкс845 годин тому
  • It looks like a block of cheese

    FAJC030FAJC030День тому
  • Невероватно колико људи је верује у ове лажи.

    јелсалјелсалДень тому

    ελευθέριος χαραλάμπουςελευθέριος χαραλάμπουςДень тому
  • Congratulations to all NASA Aliens. God bless 🙏 "U" . From India 👍

    M V RaoM V RaoДень тому
  • in which hollywood studio was this shot ? same as the moon one ?

    Familie SimpsonsFamilie SimpsonsДень тому
    • It was staged! But the team was so dedicated that they filmed it on Mars itself!!!

      Bloody EvolutionBloody EvolutionГодину тому
    • stanley kubrick came back command, is hopeless....

      dragonhalo89dragonhalo89День тому
  • My dream is to be able to work here. Great job Nasa

    Parham AnsaripourParham AnsaripourДень тому

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  • Нет расхода топлива... Гравитатор? Спасибо, что показали новые технологии людям

    Домашние орхидеи и не толькоДомашние орхидеи и не толькоДень тому
  • Lol food for sheeps

    Siim TravelzSiim TravelzДень тому
  • Good job ✊

    ᴡɪɴᴄʜᴇꜱᴛᴇʀᴡɪɴᴄʜᴇꜱᴛᴇʀДень тому
  • Ignore the dislikes its just the Martians

    Tendot?Tendot?День тому
  • Wow The landing is so cool

    Sokthea JupiterSokthea JupiterДень тому
  • w00t!

    Rob RichardsRob RichardsДень тому
  • In this life time

    shardul sawantshardul sawantДень тому
  • മലയാളി ഉണ്ടോ...

    Noufal Basha OfficialNoufal Basha OfficialДень тому
  • Waited so long.. For this

    Noufal Basha OfficialNoufal Basha OfficialДень тому
  • With the signal time delay, those in the control centre are simply watching a re-run. Like us.

    Wolfie StreetWolfie StreetДень тому
  • Cool story bro.

    Wolfie StreetWolfie StreetДень тому
  • Uh yeah, they never show you the equipment traveling to mars. How about choosing a different landing spot in Canada.

    Lolita CarlsenLolita CarlsenДень тому
  • So there is a new blogger here name is ROVER...

    Amol MugutmalAmol MugutmalДень тому
  • For I delivered to you as of first importance what I also received: that Christ died for our sins in accordance with the Scriptures, that he was buried, that he was raised on the third day in accordance with the Scriptures, 1 Corinthians 15:3-4

    Konrad •Konrad •День тому
    • What does this have to do with anything

      Hustey TeepekHustey TeepekДень тому
  • Looks fakey

    DeCode1 Blackmoore-EUDeCode1 Blackmoore-EUДень тому
    • your brain?

      SN9SN9День тому
  • Who ever disliked this video you are a sad person this is a big moment for mankind should be proud of this you fools.

    shadowlemensshadowlemensДень тому
    • Flat earthers and conspiracy theory supporters disliked the video because it is against their beliefs. They have also made their absurd comments here.

      Mike PMike P5 годин тому
  • We have billions of money funding wars, mars exploration meanwhile UNICEF still begging for danations to feed the hungry humans on earth.

    Mills JMills JДень тому
  • Why is there no firing on the boosters?

    Akosi RexYTAkosi RexYTДень тому
    • @Mike P It does on earth, but on mars the pressure is lower.

      SN9SN9День тому
    • Because the fuel (hydrazine) doesn't produce a visible flame.

      Mike PMike PДень тому
  • Can't wait to see the drone footage

    lefty langerlefty langerДень тому
  • If Einstein see this she gonna have a big smile on her face

    JohnmarkJohnmarkДень тому
    • There is so much wrong about this

      Hustey TeepekHustey TeepekДень тому
  • 🖐️🇦🇿👊🇹🇷🖐️🇦🇿🖐️🇹🇷🖐️🇦🇿🖐️🇹🇷

    Yusif QuliyevYusif QuliyevДень тому
  • behalf of human is in Mars now!!!! unbelievable!!!! so proud of U all NASA n JPL

    maxi Imaxi IДень тому
  • nice hollywood effekts

    J K 1J K 1День тому
    • Nice spelling...

      YaziYazi22 години тому
  • Congratulations to NASA and Mars Perseverance team.

    Sandeep ChiluveruSandeep ChiluveruДень тому
  • 2040: The first human lands on Mars.

    AnchorAnchorДень тому
    • Could be freaking mind blowing

      VV3 години тому
  • can't wait fifa world cup in mars 2054

    Oni HicanOni HicanДень тому
  • Ummm, how is the camera sending real time footage back to EARTH? And why didn't the perseverance camera capture footage of the journey to Mars? ( It would be especially great to see footage of Earth) And how did perseverance go beyond the radiation belts?

    Cola ImnidaCola ImnidaДень тому
    • Those who talk most about "radiation belts" are usually those who know the least about it. By, the way, don't you know the Earth is flat?

      Релёкс84Релёкс84День тому
    • Perseverance was encapsulated within the back shell and heat shield during the journey to Mars. There was no way for it to take images or video. The cruise stage was not equipped with cameras. We’ve known how to mitigate the hazard of the Van Allen belts for more than 60 years. A combination of shielding and a trajectory that minimizes exposure is all that is required. The idea that the Van Allen belts are some sort of impenetrable barrier is a persistent misconception. As other commenters have mentioned, the videos were not received in real time. The rover recorded the various EDL videos and then downloaded them to Earth a day or two after the landing.

      Steve AdamsSteve AdamsДень тому
    • There are no extreme problems with passing the radiation belts. This thing has explained a long time ago.

      Mike PMike PДень тому
    • It is not real time video. It was sent on Earth days after the landing. NASA merged the 2 videos to match with the telemetry data they were receiving.

      BrainHabitBrainHabitДень тому
  • This is so cool! We just saw history be made! Shame some people are making this about politics in the comments. I’m so pumped!

    Spy SimpSpy SimpДень тому
  • Todo eso es muy tenebroso , mal augurio!!!!..🤔😲👎

    elegida de Dioselegida de DiosДень тому
  • This will be a moment to remember

    Luni WolfeLuni WolfeДень тому
  • Hello NASA I'm from Cambodia 🇰🇭❤️🇺🇲

    Ah NangAh NangДень тому
  • exellent

    Alberto OchoaAlberto OchoaДень тому
  • Awesome moment! So very proud of all of you! 🙏

    paul delandpaul delandДень тому
  • Foi emocionante!!!

    Eliane ChavesEliane ChavesДень тому
  • This is one of the most incredible if not the most incredible footage I've ever witnessed. Truly breathtaking. The whole video seemed like it was shot at a movie studio for a big budget Hollywood blockbuster, but IT'S ALL REAL!!! Incredible!!!

    retromillenium 2000retromillenium 2000День тому
  • WOW That was great !!!

    Grzegorz PlichtaGrzegorz PlichtaДень тому
  • Love you America!! What an achievement!!!

    SpratzmanSpratzman2 дні тому
  • Can't wait for the UKworld algorithm to recommend this to the future people that live on mars.

    THE GOATTHE GOAT2 дні тому
    • Interesting... 🤔

      ArchangelExileArchangelExile17 годин тому

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  • Brought tears to my eyes.

    Alan PierowayAlan Pieroway2 дні тому
  • Ölü diri gündə biri nasa:)

  • Anyone else just smile and tear up alittle when they said touchdown confirmed?

    fouoii gyhhfouoii gyhh2 дні тому
  • It feels so surreal when u think there are planets, solar system, galaxy, galaxies, who are we , how is it all being , is it really real, we went out in the space to another planet. It’s just so weird when you give it a thought for a minute or so

    Ayush JasujaAyush Jasuja2 дні тому

  • The human being should be studied, how do you believe this?

    Ricardo BrandãoRicardo Brandão2 дні тому
    • It's not a question of believing, it is understanding the technology. Is this too difficult to understand?

      Mike PMike PДень тому
    • Ok

      fouoii gyhhfouoii gyhh2 дні тому
  • brilliant, I watched it live but now with the video from the rover on its descent it had me whooping with joy all over again.

    croydonrudenesscroydonrudeness2 дні тому
  • How inspiring this video is!

    Rodrigo Garcia AbalRodrigo Garcia Abal2 дні тому