Watch: NASA Releases First Ever Video Of Perseverance Rover Landing On Mars | NBC News NOW

Feb 22, 2021
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During a press conference, NASA unveiled a dramatic new video of the Perseverance rover touching down on the surface of Mars. Perseverance traveled 293 million miles to reach Mars after launching from Cape Canaveral, Fla., on July 30, 2020.
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  • How about the fact that the wheels were hollow and collected grit inside..? with no parabolic or curved vanes to push the grit out as it drives... Will it be able to move at all?

    Erwin MaesErwin MaesHour ago
  • What desert is this Sahara, Libyan, Kalahari, Namib? 🤔

    Fisher StevenFisher Steven2 hours ago
  • I want moar videos of Mars.

    srgadjonsrgadjon6 hours ago
  • The ancient james consequentially bubble because green chronologically stop following a snotty reduction. entertaining, deeply stone

    Elvira JamesElvira James9 hours ago
  • CVU: para colaborar 0000007900204363431921

    Jan M.Jan M.10 hours ago
  • Lmao nice CGI

    Victoria NoxVictoria Nox12 hours ago
    • Proof?

      TimeProTimePro5 hours ago
  • Look up some of Odd TVs flat earth vids, along with RV truth. Wake up!

    saluteyour shortssaluteyour shorts12 hours ago
  • Nasa: We’re gonna colonize the moon! Aliens after seeing what they already did to earth: 👁👄👁

    American Bull Dog Mr. WigglesAmerican Bull Dog Mr. Wiggles16 hours ago
  • C'mon guys!!?? Is really someone believing this??? Fake CGI is so obvious...for 52 million Dollars each DAY from the american tax-payers we should expect a better Movie🤡🤥🚀 A Parachute without atmosphere😂 NASA=LIARS Think for yourself please!!!

    Rico LastRico Last17 hours ago
    • I did some research and this is impossible. Because there is only 1% of the atmosphere like here on Earth!!! It is simply impossible. But it's just one example from many why this is a LIE!! YOU SHOULD DO SOME RESEARCH Don't believe these scifi Stuff without proofing it...but sleep well...🙏✌

      Rico LastRico Last4 hours ago
    • DO SOME RESEARCH. Mars DOES have an atmosphere. One that is enough to use a parachute for a short amount of time.

      TimeProTimePro5 hours ago
  • So the chute opens like there is air? What has allows the chute to float equipment down🤔

    David GarciaDavid Garcia20 hours ago
    • Yes, that's what parachutes do - Mars has an atmosphere. It's very thin compared to Earth's (about 1% as dense as Earth), enough that a parachute will help slow something down but will not finish the job, which is why they cut the parachute and finish the landing with rockets. Also know that the craft was going about 14,000 MPH when the parachute opened. In Earth's denser atmosphere, opening a parachute at that speed would just destroy the parachute (assuming the metallic craft itself hadn't burnt up by that point, that's REALLY fast), but in the ultra-thin Martian atmosphere there's much less air for the parachute to grab so it can survive that speed.

      James BerglundJames Berglund17 hours ago
  • What if elon musk was the head alien and came to earth to help us find other life on other planets?

    zomb hunterzomb hunter21 hour ago
  • Brought to you by nvidia gtx 3090 x4..(not real)

    Hector HerreraHector Herrera21 hour ago
  • O céu de Marte é azul ou estou vendo coisas?

    Rogério VitorRogério Vitor23 hours ago
  • usworlds.info/slow/video/p6meeojSkXKZk3M

    Johnatan SilvaJohnatan SilvaDay ago
  • Weird, they said there was hardly any atmosphere, yet have a helicopter hovering around.

    Jack BurnsbabyJack BurnsbabyDay ago
    • The little drone (Ingenuity) hasn't flown yet, probably sometime next month. The engineering behind the drone is pretty interesting - you are correct, the Martian atmosphere is extremely thin, so a given drone design that would work on Earth would not work on Mars. This is largely due to a drone's ability to generate lift - the ability of an airfoil (like a wing or helicopter blade) to generate lift is a function of several variables, most importantly 1) the surface area of the airfoil (bigger airfoils generate more lift than smaller airfoils), the speed the airfoil through the air (faster blades and faster wings generate more lift, and a fixed-wing aircraft generates more lift when going faster), the density of the air (wings generate more lift in dense air, on earth an airplane generates more lift at lower altitudes and less lift at higher altitudes), and 4) the angle of attack of the airfoil (the angle of the propeller or wing relative to its path through air - a higher angle generates more lift, to a point - too much will stall the wing). The one advantage Mars has over Earth is the decrease in gravity - the Ingenuity drone weighs about 4 lbs on Earth, but only about 1.5 lbs on Mars, so the propellers only need to generate a little over 1.5 lbs of lift to take off rather than 4 lbs. But that's as far as the bonuses go as the Martian atmosphere is only 1% as dense as Earth's at the surface, so a given drone drone design on Earth would only produce about 1% of the same lift on Mars, which is a huge decrease in lift generation, so a new design is needed. Referring to the lift-generation variables above, while we can't alter the density of the Martian atmosphere, we can alter the other lift-generation variables - size of the airfoil (propeller blade), speed of the airfoil (how fast the blades are spinning), and angle of attack of the blades. If you look at the design for the Ingenuity drone, you'll notice it looks goofy - it's nearly ALL blades. dronedj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2021/02/NASAs-Ingenuity-Mars-drone.jpg?quality=82&strip=all&w=1600 And compare it to an Earth drone of an equivalent weight: shop.quadrocopter.com/assets/images/Mavic-2-Ent-Dual-Aircraft-Beacon16.jpg Notice the Ingenuity drone, compared to the Earth drone, has HUGE propellers (increased area) and also have a fairly large angle of attack. The Mars drone's blades will also spin at about 2500 RPM (very fast), nearly 5x faster than a similar drone on Earth (increased velocity). Those engineering changes are purposefully meant to overcome the thin Martian atmosphere and generate the 1.5 lbs of lift needed to take off.

      James BerglundJames Berglund16 hours ago
  • Nasa cannot afford a HD camera.

    Holographic UserHolographic UserDay ago
  • Thank you President Trump for funding NASA and making this a success. Don’t worry Joe phonograph records Biden thinks we went to the moon.

    rolbackrolbackDay ago
  • Space may very well just be the final frontier.... BUT IT'S MADE IN A HOLLYWOOD BASEMENT! usworlds.info/slow/video/pJeEZIrSZp6XZIc

    Sourcetorhu Jitzu ninSourcetorhu Jitzu ninDay ago
  • Will it find spirit ?

    Jonathan GarciaJonathan GarciaDay ago
  • Incredible! Congratulations to all involved!!!

    Edmund RogersEdmund RogersDay ago
  • Awesome

    mike barbierimike barbieriDay ago
  • CGI at its best.

    James ChristiansonJames ChristiansonDay ago
    • Ha, found the sheep

      firmanimadfirmanimadDay ago
  • It's amazing to see the stuff us humans are capable of. Thanks scientists and engineers, without you guys we would be in the dark ages casting magic spells to cure diseases still.

    CharlesinfiniteCharlesinfiniteDay ago
  • I hope they will find 👽 and bring back to earth.

    English LyricsEnglish LyricsDay ago
  • no COVID on mars....yet

    blazingax05blazingax05Day ago
  • Around separation from the shell velocity is 83m/s (299km/h or 186mph) at 2.6km altitude. So even WITH a parachute it is still slightly faster than a skydiver on earth in a head down position. Makes me think that SpaceX definitely has their work cut out for them to bleed off all that delta v without a parachute.

    Manly McManfaceManly McManfaceDay ago
  • If humanity ever gains the technology and resources to actually terraform Mars... I hope that we will use it to heal the earth from the pollution and climate change we humans have caused. There is only one planet in the entire known universe that is perfectly suited for our species, and its this paradise we call Earth. Love it our hate it, it’s or home and it’s the only planet we can step outside and enjoy the sun and fresh air and sprawling life. I hope we learn to take care of this planet before we even think about leaving to find another one. Regardless, I am always in awe of what the brilliant minds at NASA are able to pull of these days. They’re really out here making human history!

    Matthew GumabonMatthew GumabonDay ago
  • Mitico!!! Mi piace un sacco 😘😘😘

    Cindy MoggiaCindy MoggiaDay ago
  • 192 HATERS 😂

    Chad SiwikChad SiwikDay ago
  • Show me mars globe if it's exist

    veritas aequitasveritas aequitasDay ago
  • Awesome job

    JasonicJasonicDay ago
  • looks a little cgi to me....and how can a parachute work like that in that type of altitude...jus saying if mars is 1/3rd of 1% of our atmosphere...the parachute wouldnt work realistically

    Shawn WherryShawn WherryDay ago
    • @Shawn Wherry Your grasp of this whole concept is such an oversimplified and incorrect mess that there's no way to explain it any easier for you to understand. I do not understand how you have the capacity to use a keyboard, it's truly astounding.

      James BerglundJames BerglundDay ago
    • @James Berglund its atmosphere is 1/3rd OF 1% that's less than 1% you moron lol

      Shawn WherryShawn WherryDay ago
    • @James Berglund funny parachutes at high altitude dont work.....thus why most parachute jumpers can only go up so high...but if u have a parachute tech that does that lol ok

      Shawn WherryShawn WherryDay ago
    • dude shut up flat earther just because u dont understand it doesn't make it not true

      TheReal DogeTheReal DogeDay ago
    • The descent stage was going nearly 14,000 MPH when the parachute deployed. The only way it would not have been ripped to shreds is if the atmosphere was very, very thin, like on Mars (you got the 1% right, not sure what the 1/3rd means in this case - Mars is 1/3 the size of Earth, is where you got that number I assume, but that's not really relevant to this).

      James BerglundJames BerglundDay ago
  • I am literally speechless!!!… Great job you guys!

    The DoltThe DoltDay ago
  • This new control center of NASA is more compact and smart kinda like Space X ! The gigantic and imposing control centers were just too much and can tell why billions were needed just to maintain those facilities !

    matt priormatt priorDay ago
  • Great to see that the Red Planet just got some more Space Junk added to the surface, before long it to will be over ran be Junkyards! LoL 😂😆😂😆

    Morning StarMorning StarDay ago
  • I believe God made us this Earth for a reason. There's a reason why our Earth is just so beautifully made, and how our Earth protects us from radiation, ETC. This is how we have magnetic, a beautiful sun, ETC. And not Mars because it is like -2000 on the surface, and has no protection at all.

    Riley MakalaRiley MakalaDay ago
    • @John Hazenhousen shh dont tell him that he has religion

      TheReal DogeTheReal DogeDay ago
    • Don’t you think it’s more likely that life adapted to the conditions on Earth, rather than Earth being designed to fit our needs?

      John HazenhousenJohn HazenhousenDay ago
    • well then why did god make humans smart enough to be able to go to other planets

      TheReal DogeTheReal DogeDay ago
  • Historically!!

    Jay DeeJay DeeDay ago
  • Perseverance is 👽 to the mars from the 🌍

    Ecniv OllirgenEcniv OllirgenDay ago
  • NASA can send a rover to Mars but have not yet sent a water and pressure resistant rover to explore the deep blue ocean. Mars looks lifeless and sending a mask-less US pandemic-ridden craft there seems senseless and mean spirited. Oh well, here's to learning nothing new, from the country that made the Kardashians and Traitor Trump. China or India should send a rover down into the depths and leave the US to look at desert rocks.

    DJ PomareDJ Pomare2 days ago
  • Lol so fake😆

    daj Bobdaj Bob2 days ago
    • yeah okay flat earther

      TheReal DogeTheReal DogeDay ago
  • ANOTHER FAKE NEWS LANDING AS FAKE IMPOSTOR FRAUD PRESIDENT DEMOCRAT AND WHAT LIAR FOR THE WORLD SO BAD.

    TRADEONETRADEONE2 days ago
    • @TheReal Doge "ok flat earther" is your only substance throughout this whole section. Be true to your heart and leave these nasa fantasies behind.

      Sourcetorhu Jitzu ninSourcetorhu Jitzu ninDay ago
    • ok flat earther please leave

      TheReal DogeTheReal DogeDay ago
  • Even in a video showing us landing a rover on another planet people find a way to be rude, ignorant, violent or just plain stupid.

    Junji ItoJunji Ito2 days ago
  • Oh get outta here this is BS LOL!!!! You mean to tell me they dont have a ton of cameras all over the ship to capture point of entry!? Why is that!? I feel sorry for you Jim jones Kool aid drinking folks! 🤣

    TheBattalion12TheBattalion122 days ago
    • Live footage was stored until successful touchdown otherwise the live video would have been 3 fps.

      TimeProTimePro5 hours ago
    • @TheBattalion12 then... what is this?

      WhiscerWhiscerDay ago
    • Im talking about LIVE FOOTAGE!!!! From earth Launch to mars landing, their is none, only CGI.

      TheBattalion12TheBattalion122 days ago
    • DO your Research before commenting something stupid

      AsashiAsashi2 days ago
    • There is lol Search all photos captures by perseverance

      AsashiAsashi2 days ago
  • They forgot to Photoshop the Earth-Blue-Sky into the Fake-Mars-Red-Sky!!!!

    Kareem SalessiKareem Salessi2 days ago
  • What, the brand new star trek movie?

    Dede FajarDede Fajar2 days ago
  • How can you be pro choice after this

    iam Ableiam Able2 days ago
  • You can see the same thing in Nevada.. Mars is just another rock in the sky

    Vvvon XVvvon X2 days ago
  • * rover landing * NASA ppl: YAY Aliens: OH SHOOT

    ValeTheBest CornejoValeTheBest Cornejo2 days ago
  • Как только услышал трек и захотел вам посоветовать, послушайте пожалуйста usworlds.info/slow/video/q4BtkHaUm5eYl4M

    top toptop top2 days ago
  • Where are the Flat Marsians now???...Oh sorry, I mean the Flat Earthers??? Flat Earthers 2020... Flat Marsians 2120...

    Demz T.Demz T.2 days ago
    • in these same comments lol

      TheReal DogeTheReal DogeDay ago
  • another fake landing?? How stupid is this?

    Linda BanackLinda Banack2 days ago
    • Show me PROOF dumbasses!

      TimeProTimePro5 hours ago
    • It’s crazy how people like this exists lol

      AsashiAsashi2 days ago
  • Hope those martians are able to defend themselves better than the indigenous people on earth.

    estarteestarte2 days ago
  • Now we just need to terraform mars so we can then destroy it

    KCBkotastrophie -KCBkotastrophie -2 days ago
  • Awesome!!!

    G Money79G Money792 days ago
  • So fake!

    Roman RiveraRoman Rivera2 days ago
    • Crazy how people like this exists

      AsashiAsashi2 days ago
  • 73 years old and I am every bit as fascinated by Mars as I was at seven. This is just phenomenal.

    Ken Saint JohnKen Saint John2 days ago
  • The search for Matt Damon begins...

    VF1SkullangelVF1Skullangel2 days ago
  • All those people commenting on the video quality need to know - Hollywood cameras are rubbish!! If you film footage using a dummy robot in Greenland with a Hollywood film set and take it back to Hollywood to be edited to be slightly more convincing this is what you end up with!! Time people open their eyes! THIS IS ALL A BIG FAT LIE!!!!!!! Help spread awareness so that the ignorance of humans doesn’t cause the elites to take away all of our reality!!! Next topic COVID-19 if you read into the terms of Brexit the only thing that could put a pause on Brexit was a global pandemic as soon as the UK leave the EU within a month we are hit with Coronavirus!!! All of this has been a smokescreen the vaccine is a DNA changer possibly with microchips in it!! Have you ever yet thought to yourself what are the long term effects of the vaccine and will it effect my children and their children. They are going to cull the population next thing 5G will trigger something in our bodies and mind control will happen like never before!!! The bible says it the Torah says it and even the Quran says it the Earth is flat people open your eyes stop being ignorant!!!!!

    Cole LittleCole Little2 days ago
    • @Asashi I'm sorry friend I don't quite understand - would you like to share your view with everyone and explain why you think that?

      Cole LittleCole LittleDay ago
    • Crazy how people like this exists

      AsashiAsashi2 days ago
  • WooW i never see bounch of rock before, stunning. Plzz who cares about earth and people dying from hunger, homeless people all around the world, Spend more bilions of dolars, i wanna see how rock look's on other planets to.

    Alen ZlikovskiAlen Zlikovski2 days ago
  • flat mars'ers incoming

    Thug nutsThug nuts2 days ago
  • Must be fake. Didn't see Mark Watney

    SomeRandomGuySomeRandomGuy2 days ago
  • How is the russian trampoline doing these days, I wonder😆

    Native albertanNative albertan2 days ago
  • Nasa should make the next smartphone camera

    Chele ReyesChele Reyes2 days ago
    • Aware Bear lol. And cost 50k

      Chele ReyesChele ReyesDay ago
    • I mean it wouldn't come out very well considering they fake everything. The screen would just be an image of the phone lmao

      Aware BearAware BearDay ago
  • It never ceases to amaze me what humanity can accomplish when they work together. Congratulations, from an outside observer!

    Galahad GarzaGalahad Garza2 days ago
  • When I type "NASA" on USworlds how is it that NBC News appears before NASA?

    Mark StambaughMark Stambaugh2 days ago
  • Tell me what is the propose of this rover? Governments from Earth has sent numerous probes, rovers, satellites, etc, to pollute Mars with. No new info other than not telling us they sent men there in 1972 and keep any real information a secret!

    Troy SmithTroy Smith2 days ago
  • This is so cool!!

    Gamen4BrosGamen4Bros2 days ago
  • Awesome CG. It is incredible that this technology can produce life-like images and videos.

    oldi184oldi1842 days ago
    • @oldi184 I'm going to go out on a limb and say that your opinion on this is meaningless.

      James BerglundJames BerglundDay ago
    • @Asashi What? Don't tell me that you honestly believe that this is real deal. Don't get me wrong I am sure NASA went to Mars but this? Come on. Obvious computer generated graphics.

      oldi184oldi184Day ago
    • Crazy how people like this exists

      AsashiAsashi2 days ago
  • what a waste of a lot of money

    LARRY CURRIERLARRY CURRIER2 days ago
    • Have you seen the amount of tax dollars that go to the military or cigarettes? Way more

      Nathan MendesNathan Mendes18 hours ago
    • How is it a waste exactly?

      AsashiAsashi2 days ago
  • Havent we sent rovers to mars already?

    onion savoyaonion savoya2 days ago
    • @onion savoya okay, to address your points: 1) "uh...mars is covered in lethal radiation" - The Martian atmosphere does not block radiation as well as the Earth's, but it's not lethal, especially for an astronaut wearing a space suit or within a habitat, which they'd need to be anyway to breathe. Not sure why that's a major point for you here. 2) "So what exactly are you looking forward to finding" - Signs of past life, and the past atmospheric and geologic history of Mars. You know, research, learning more about the universe. 3) "Water? Undrinkable" - Water is water, in the sense you mean H2O...if it's there, some filtration and processing would make it drinkable. Mars water would not be inherently different than water anywhere else. 4) "Earth? Ungrowable" - Not without some assistance - soil needs a microbial component to be fertile. With some time and processing there's no reason to think Martian regolith couldn't be turned into soil. 5) "Air? Unbreathable" - correct, it's only 1% as dense as Earth's atmosphere, and mostly CO2. We could not breathe Martian air as-is. 6) "Fire? Radiation" - what? 7) "Precious metals? Retrievable?" Probably nothing we don't already have on earth, but who knows what we'll find. I also don't think that's really a motivation for most of these missions. 8) "Didn't gold erupt from the solar surface? Sprinkling gold throughout space?" - One idea is that most of Earth's gold came from a period of gold-rich meteor bombardment not long after the Earth formed some 4.5 billion years ago. But no, it wasn't "erupted" from the sun. 9) "Are you trying to locate gold?" - No. Exploring Mars is not some sort of resource expedition. Even if we did find gold on Mars, it wouldn't make sense to mine it there to send back to Earth. We have gold here. Exploring Mars is about learning more about our solar system and one of our nearest planetary neighbors and the potential for life having arisen elsewhere. That's called research and scientific discovery which inevitably helps humanity and leads to better things. If that still sounds like a waste of time and resources to you then that's your call but it's sad to see someone with so little foresight.

      James BerglundJames BerglundDay ago
    • Uh...mars is covered in lethal radiation. So what exactly are you looking forward to finding. Water? Undrinkable. Earth? Ungrowable. Air? Unbreathable. Fire? Radiation. Precious metals? Retrievable? Didnt gold erupt from the solar surface? Sprinkling gold throughout space. Are yu trying to locate gold?

      onion savoyaonion savoyaDay ago
    • Yes, several (Spirit, Opportunity, Curiosity, now Perseverance) along with a few stationary landers (like InSight). They are of course not all the same both in where they landed and what questions they were aiming to answer. Not only is Mars a big planet (so visiting one single spot wouldn't be super informative) but our technology gets better with time and with each new mission there are new questions we want to try and answer based on what we've seen from the previous missions. Science is an ongoing process.

      James BerglundJames BerglundDay ago
  • Hoax.

    Jack KneehoffJack Kneehoff2 days ago
    • You believe the Earth is flat don’t you?

      Kaitlyn YTKaitlyn YT2 days ago
  • so freaking COOL

    auiiauii2 days ago
  • This is emotional.

    Elprulb BlurpleElprulb Blurple2 days ago
  • One is running

    Jackie DanielJackie Daniel2 days ago
  • Space maybe the final frontier, but it’s made in a Hollywood basement!!

    Antonio DicaprioAntonio Dicaprio2 days ago
    • So you believe space doesn’t exist and that the earth is flat?

      Kaitlyn YTKaitlyn YT2 days ago
  • So gravity is just like Earth for it to land like that?

    Timothy EgappenTimothy Egappen2 days ago
    • Yes and no - gravity exists anywhere there is mass, with more massive objects having more gravity. Mars is 1/3 the mass of Earth so it has about 1/3 Earth gravity.

      James BerglundJames Berglund2 days ago
  • Woww..just wooowwww NASA....KUDOS 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

    jeet sharmajeet sharma2 days ago
  • I like Greenland.

    Kálmán BácsiKálmán Bácsi2 days ago
  • That looks so fake

    Mr PerfectMr Perfect2 days ago
  • Parachute? What’s it’s catching ? Air? I thought there’s no air in space, this is fake

    Mr PerfectMr Perfect2 days ago
    • @Mr Perfect Um, there is gravity on Mars. Who is questioning this? Gravity is not unique to Earth, it exists anywhere there is mass. The discussion about the different atmospheric densities and compositions of Earth vs. Mars and how that plays into parachutes at least has some depth to it. But gravity? My god.

      James BerglundJames BerglundDay ago
    • @Chase Hilton and you have a server facial disability

      Mr PerfectMr PerfectDay ago
    • @Mr Perfect you have a severe developmental disability

      Chase HiltonChase Hilton2 days ago
    • @asiancakes oh there must must gravity there too, enough for need of a parachute lol sheep 🐑

      Mr PerfectMr Perfect2 days ago
    • @Mr Perfect doesn’t mean there’s no atmosphere though, there’s still air around to have the parachutes work, and besides they work very barely it just slows the craft down before the sky crane does the rest

      asiancakesasiancakes2 days ago
  • I wonder how brain dead you would have to be to convince yourself this is actual footage of them landing a rover on Mars.

    Chris WisdomChris Wisdom2 days ago
  • Still Captain Coward of Texas managed to steal the thunder that day. 🇺🇸 Cruzin’ to Cancun 2021 🇺🇸 ☀️🥶

    MakeDredd2MakeDredd22 days ago
  • Congratulations nasa

    kalirajankalirajan2 days ago
  • NASA is wasting money finding life in Mars.. If there is a life there you can find ancient plant offcourse if there is a plant there, there is also animal life there..

    FuntastoPediaFuntastoPedia2 days ago
  • Man this is so awesome

    Sidhant SharmaSidhant Sharma2 days ago
  • The era has started for the race of becoming type 1 civilization.😏 Tighten you seat belts to enter the future.

    FROZEN king ytFROZEN king yt2 days ago
  • I will always remember the day Perseverance landed on Mars while I was shoveling cow poop out of the milking barn.

    Svenulf SkjaldbjörnSvenulf Skjaldbjörn2 days ago
    • Lmao nice xD

      Pro GamingPro GamingDay ago
  • Flat Earthers are nowhere to be seen on comment section, They don't have time for such rubbish, lies and manipulation of sheeply minds

    Taz-on-the-loose YusefTaz-on-the-loose Yusef2 days ago
  • Dislikes??? WTF

    Oliver YuOliver Yu2 days ago
  • If Drump was president he wud ve claimed it was his invention. And Biden, Polosiii and Chummmer were against his mission and yet he did it

    jandj Godwinjandj Godwin2 days ago
  • usworlds.info/slow/video/p6meeojSkXKZk3M

    Johnatan SilvaJohnatan Silva2 days ago
  • Thank President Trump! Saved NASA.

    Chief JosephChief Joseph2 days ago
  • *Lester Holt's fivehead appears* "Look, a Martian!"

    ImSofaKingGoodImSofaKingGood3 days ago
  • Цирк!)))

    Щелкунчик в ПальтоЩелкунчик в Пальто3 days ago
  • Why cant we go to dark part of the moon's other..side

    Fahad SFahad S3 days ago
    • @Joe Vignolo well said.

      asiancakesasiancakes9 hours ago
    • There really is no dark side of the moon. All parts of the moon are in the dark about half the time and in sunlight about half the time. This is why the moon goes through the phases that we see from earth every month. There is however the far side of the moon that always faces away from earth. A spacecraft can land there and its already been done once. The big problem is communicating with a spacecraft whenever it's on the far side because the radio signals get blocked by the moon. As such to communicate with a spacecraft on the far side you will need a relay satellite in space behind the moon to get the radio signals to and from the spacecraft that is located on the far side of the moon.

      Joe VignoloJoe Vignolo10 hours ago
    • we already have, china sent a lander to the dark side in 2019

      asiancakesasiancakes2 days ago
  • usworlds.info/slow/video/p6meeojSkXKZk3M

    Johnatan SilvaJohnatan Silva3 days ago
  • Fake stop fooling us!.. Same thing happen to the first man landed on the moon!.. Lol..

    Agoroy AgoroyAgoroy Agoroy3 days ago
    • Prove it's fake

      Nathan MendesNathan Mendes18 hours ago
  • Nasa not real

    madim iqmadim iq3 days ago
    • Bold, some are claiming the landing isn't real, and you're straight-up saying NASA isn't real? Wild.

      James BerglundJames Berglund2 days ago
  • Mars makes me see Earth as paradise. So exciting to explore new worlds!

    1Life1Life3 days ago
  • The name make sense after 2020.... Perseverance shows the humanitys will to go beyond their limits even when its chaos all around hats off to the NASA Perseverance crew, wish them success and good health.

    GRV SGRV S3 days ago
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