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

22 фев 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

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

    sgm 123sgm 1235 минут назад
  • This is literally impossible. The brainwashing is in full effect.

    Amir DizdarevicAmir Dizdarevic15 минут назад
  • What about religious concepts ?

    christian hitochristian hito21 минуту назад
  • Martian looking up going What in the actual F is going on here. Run Marvin, Run!!!

    Steve Just StuffSteve Just Stuff23 минуты назад
  • We are not really there.

    Jose NavaJose Nava26 минут назад
  • Amazing! I just love it!

    SleepingdogishSleepingdogish39 минут назад
  • 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 MoorerooM53 минуты назад
  • In 2020's my drone have a 4k 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 HerreraЧас назад
  • this is how the space flight attendant will sound like in the future.

    hallo worldhallo worldЧас назад
  • How emotional is it when she says "Touchdown Confirmed"!

    Shaaz FaridShaaz FaridЧас назад
  • I shan't be profound. I'm a nobody. I've cried a lot. This is a-maze-in'.

    Vebe SeseVebe SeseЧас назад
  • Cosa pensate di trovare su Marte?

    dario rossidario rossiЧас назад
  • cooooooool!

    Tom De BackerTom De BackerЧас назад
  • Omg its mad lol

    Gail WilkinsonGail WilkinsonЧас назад
  • Pmg its mad lol

    Gail WilkinsonGail WilkinsonЧас назад
  • L'émotion dans la voix...

    Éric ReteÉric ReteЧас назад
  • Oh my word!

    Carbon based unit DaveauxCarbon based unit DaveauxЧас назад
  • Amaizing!

    Helbert CasallasHelbert CasallasЧас назад
  • so basically we are UFO's on Mars

    rad1antrad1antЧас назад
  • I think 6.1k in china do not like that beautiful touchdown? Why?

    Joe DarkJoe DarkЧас назад
  • Congratulations NASA. Congratulations USA.

    Leon GurevichLeon GurevichЧас назад
  • good joke

    ILO 007ILO 007Час назад
  • nano nano, other illegal in my planet.

    D DAYD DAY2 часа назад
  • Think one year mars Will be green

    The DimonblockThe Dimonblock2 часа назад
  • When will nasa highlight a man in space bcs hes white?? nasa?

    Youtube VillainYoutube Villain2 часа назад
  • An absolutely mind blowing achievement, congratulations and a million thanks to everyone involved.

    Peter PrincePeter Prince2 часа назад
  • 👶👏

    Tom BumTom Bum2 часа назад
  • We had already polluted Earth. Why can’t just leave other planets alone?

    Jann AnJann An2 часа назад
  • Heartly congratulations to NASA and the kind and loving people of the United States🇺🇸 from an Indian🇮🇳

    Ankur PandaAnkur Panda2 часа назад
  • 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?

    RobertRobert2 часа назад
    • 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 Adams2 часа назад
  • Reverse yeet

    Poison IvyPoison Ivy3 часа назад
  • Justin Bieber music videos have 1.5 billions views. Why doesn't this have 1.5 billion views?

    DavidDavid3 часа назад
    • People play a music video 100 times. Sometimes 20 times in one night.

      SPSP2 часа назад
  • One day in the future, the creatures of Mars will be tearing down all their statues dedicated to Perseverance!

    bart cbart c3 часа назад
  • Victory !!!!!!!

    Yuriy GorYuriy Gor3 часа назад
  • They showed you exactly nothing that couldn't be filmed here on earth. Yall got fooled again.

    jdan73jdan733 часа назад
    • @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 NolanЧас назад
    • 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 Account2 часа назад
  • 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 Monture3 часа назад
  • Congrats

    Saroj Kumar MohantySaroj Kumar Mohanty3 часа назад
  • I wonder how many people actually knew? Just saw this now.

    Dennis Kennedy Jr.Dennis Kennedy Jr.3 часа назад
  • incredible

    Alexander AdiyasaAlexander Adiyasa3 часа назад
  • this is the future lol

    CocoCoco3 часа назад
  • The Oscar Goes 2...

    Jobson BarrosJobson Barros3 часа назад
    • The idiot prize goes to..

      SPSP2 часа назад
  • Will this game have micro-transactions?

    Piki 79Piki 793 часа назад
  • NASA the core of engineering pushing the limits of a humankind NASA mic: I go brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

    MadBoVMadBoV3 часа назад
  • I cried a little

    Ali KhanAli Khan3 часа назад
  • Jesus é o caminho a verdade e a vida.

    Angelo CésarAngelo César4 часа назад
  • Great, but why parachute look like japanese imperial flag 😂

    Patrik skPatrik sk4 часа назад
  • NASA y’all wild

    David MDavid M4 часа назад
    • Невероятное зрелище! Надеюсь я доживу до дня когда первый человек ступит на поверхность Марса!

      butti fdftbutti fdft3 часа назад
  • Sicky wicky.

    ChamaKazeChamaKaze4 часа назад
    • Freakin' awesome!

      butti fdftbutti fdft3 часа назад
  • Cannot imagine if blue origin, space X and NASA work together prepare to send human to mars (example: space X focus on transportation, blue origin focus on supply and technicality like drone etc, NASA focus on infrastructure).

    Calvin GunartoCalvin Gunarto4 часа назад
  • This was freaking AMAZING!

    Mateus de Oliveira EugenioMateus de Oliveira Eugenio4 часа назад
  • what about the moon? when are we going there?

    Electryczny EmilElectryczny Emil4 часа назад
    • Already went many times. It’s not as interesting as Mars.

      SPSP2 часа назад
  • I'm uncertain if interplanetary exploration would yield any greater results than manned space stations would to promote a living environment. Exploration is great to research or interplanetary existences, history, life potential, but Mars seemingly habitation is at least a generation away. Interplanetary exploration is like learning to run before walking, but hey, it's still exciting to see.

    vichy76vichy764 часа назад
  • 13 millones de views!! No se si llamarlo influencer pero si un disruptor de la historia humana. Felicidades a todos los que conforman la NASA.

    Damian MorfinDamian Morfin5 часов назад
  • Some smart people at JPL!

    Dave HorwathDave Horwath5 часов назад
  • 1:46 - "Hope you have salad"

    AtlantisAtlantis5 часов назад
  • The dutch government and dutch media, and an enormous amount of youtubers have been scattering my personal information over the internet for 3 years. They torture me and gangstalk me on a daily basis. They intimidate me with police cars. I want my privacy and human rights back now!

    Targeted VictimTargeted Victim5 часов назад
    • What?

      SPSP2 часа назад
    • Cool story bro.

      AtlantisAtlantis5 часов назад
  • Congratulations NASA

    Julio Salazar FajardoJulio Salazar Fajardo5 часов назад
  • Imagine when they’re looking at some of the footage it took they see footprints

    Alex KarcsayAlex Karcsay5 часов назад
  • Congratulations to NASA

    GUTO José Augusto Magro do ValGUTO José Augusto Magro do Val5 часов назад
  • It looks like cookie dough in the oven before its completly cooked...

    BaziBazi5 часов назад
  • Wated billions $, Only to find a glass of water. Cool

    Trojan horseTrojan horse5 часов назад
  • Freakin' awesome!

    Bert PasqualeBert Pasquale5 часов назад
  • Невероятное зрелище! Надеюсь я доживу до дня когда первый человек ступит на поверхность Марса!

    Alex GAlex G6 часов назад

  • This is false there is no air on Mars to parasuit working

    Snehasish BagchiSnehasish Bagchi6 часов назад
    • Only false thing is your claim. Air is a mixture of gases. Mars atmosphere is thin but it also contains gases that makes it possible to use parachute.

      Mike PMike P5 часов назад
    • You are wrong. Mars has an atmosphere that is about 1% of Earth’s. Substantial enough for a parachute to bleed off some velocity, but not enough to land safely. That is why the sky crane is needed.

      Steve AdamsSteve Adams5 часов назад
  • If here on Earth, with everything we have, it's hard to be happy, imagine in Mars, the planet Desert! Is this scientific research, or are you planning to flee Earth? What are you afraid of? ( The Earth is the Titanic, do you occupy the few boats that remain? )

    Ricardo Pereira de AzevedoRicardo Pereira de Azevedo6 часов назад
    • It's for scientific research and exploration. As for Earth, it's not hard to be happy (well for me anyway).

      AtlantisAtlantis5 часов назад
  • So emotional 🥺

    UnknownUnknown6 часов назад
  • Der Name sagt schon alles:,, pervers von Nasa,,

    Todusa TodnatoTodusa Todnato6 часов назад
    • Was willst du?

      HERRMANN 32HERRMANN 325 часов назад
  • Инопланетяне изучают Марс!

    Геннадий NГеннадий N6 часов назад
  • did you find matt damon there?😂

    kara indiakara india6 часов назад
  • Mind = BLOWN.

    gypsydangergypsydanger6 часов назад
  • برابو

    نزارو العنزينزارو العنزي6 часов назад
  • ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ பிறந்தநாள்

    moorthy Rmoorthy R6 часов назад
  • ngl Mars surface look like a potato

    Jedi__xdJedi__xd7 часов назад
  • The Inverse Square Law of light simply and easily proves that the moon, planets and the stars are close and if they were as the brightest that we observe them on their surface “if it was possible to stand upon” they would be many magnitudes brighter then the sun. Just do the math.

    rock323232rock3232327 часов назад
    • No they wouldn't, you did the math wrong. I'm guessing you are one of those idiots that thinks you are supposed to "square" every number lol.

      Joe NolanJoe NolanЧас назад
    • Well you’re wrong.

      SPSP2 часа назад
  • WOW!

    Brendo FelipeBrendo Felipe7 часов назад
  • Congrats NASA

    K 4 KK 4 K7 часов назад
  • 👍👍👍👍👍

    Vinayaka MagajiVinayaka Magaji7 часов назад
  • gg boys and girls this is truly breathtaking

    Vivien iciVivien ici7 часов назад
  • wow

    Hansaka Eranda RanasingheHansaka Eranda Ranasinghe7 часов назад
  • This might be one of the most awesome videos of all time! (excluding Apollo 11)

    Bradley DaytonBradley Dayton7 часов назад
  • Absolutely amazing, a fantastic and breathtaking achievment

    Michael FuerstMichael Fuerst7 часов назад
  • At this point mars be called robot land

    Leo TearLeo Tear7 часов назад
  • Wow amazing......

    oviya lakshmioviya lakshmi7 часов назад
  • Wait what it landed on olympus mons?

    Blodo PHBlodo PH8 часов назад
    • It didn’t, it landed on a crater at the martian equator

      Lovro RukljicLovro Rukljic6 часов назад

    Илья ПрозоровИлья Прозоров8 часов назад
  • On what state of mind are you in when you dislike this historical moment .shameless

  • Elon is getting lazy

    WoodyWoody8 часов назад
  • Congratulations NASA!!!

    TbIBIIIOKETbIBIIIOKE8 часов назад
  • Wow...This is..Is this real Mars?Real touchdown? Unbelievable!! Amazing!!Congratulations NASA‼️🚀⭐️⭐️⭐️👏👏👏‼️

    畑田由美子畑田由美子8 часов назад
  • Yes yes success is there

    Glimchip playzGlimchip playz8 часов назад
  • Yeep

    Glimchip playzGlimchip playz8 часов назад
  • How come they have multiy million(or even billion)Space stuff but the crappuiest microphones?

    Günter Hansfranzder3teGünter Hansfranzder3te8 часов назад
  • Perfect landing! Just stunning images.

    Fred LandryFred Landry8 часов назад
  • Wow, we was born in the right time folks. Don't be ashamed about you being born late. This is a great achievement to be achieved!

    Enderman6408Enderman64088 часов назад
  • Great job!

    Alexander SuropAlexander Surop8 часов назад
  • 1:50 how to go from 4000 feet to 1 in 10 seconds by nasa. Ridicoulus !

    Legionaryus ItaLegionaryus Ita8 часов назад
  • Great matching - of the Old and the Young. The Young Perseverance is floating - rolling and swinging in rhythm to hit the Mars Deck like a Hand Driven Ferry ahead of hitting the other Bank of the River.

    Animesh DasAnimesh Das8 часов назад
  • Ayyyy

    BasicallyabushBasicallyabush8 часов назад
  • This moment is one of the epic moment of my life seeing the surface from earth is one of the great achievement

    Madhwendra Singh YadavMadhwendra Singh Yadav8 часов назад