The Insane Engineering of the Perseverance Rover

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References:
[1] mars.nasa.gov/mars2020/spacecraft/rover/wheels/#:~:text=The%20Perseverance%20rover%20has%20six,and%20curve%2C%20making%20arcing%20turns
[2]www.jpl.nasa.gov/images/zeroing-in-on-the-target
[3] mars.nasa.gov/mars2020/mission/science/landing-site/
[4]www.mdpi.com/2411-9660/3/2/22/pdf-vor
[5] mars.nasa.gov/mars2020/spacecraft/rover/electrical-power/
[6] rps.nasa.gov/about-rps/about-plutonium-238/#:~:text=Credit%3A%20U.S.%20Department%20of%20Energy,as%20a%20piece%20of%20paper.
[7] fas.org/nuke/space/pu-ulysses.pdf
[8] www.acs.org/content/acs/en/education/whatischemistry/landmarks/plutonium-238-production.html
[9] science.nasa.gov/science-news/science-at-nasa/2000/ast13nov_1#:~:text=Most%20of%20the%20station's%20oxygen,hydrogen%20gas%20and%20oxygen%20gas.&text=The%20hydrogen%20is%20used%20for,is%20released%20into%20the%20atmosphere
[10] www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S009457651630203X
[11a] mars.nasa.gov/mars2020/spacecraft/rover/electrical-power/
[12] www.nasa.gov/sites/default/files/atoms/files/fs_moxie_150908.pdf
[13] mars.nasa.gov/mars2020/spacecraft/rover/sample-handling/
[14] mars.nasa.gov/mars-exploration/missions/mars-sample-return/
[15] mars.nasa.gov/mars2020/spacecraft/instruments/sherloc/
[16] mars.nasa.gov/mars2020/spacecraft/instruments/pixl/
[17]link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11214-020-00740-4
[18] www.nasa.gov/feature/jpl/6-things-to-know-about-nasas-ingenuity-mars-helicopter


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  • Real Engineering
    Real EngineeringHace un mes

    The response to this video has been huge. One of our biggest videos ever. We worked our ass off on these animations. Big shout out to Mike and Eli, our stellar animators. Also big thanks to Curiosity Stream, without them we simple would not have the budget to make something this ambitious. If you liked this video, you will love that Armstrong documentary on CS. It gives me some serious goals to work towards. Packed with information and beautiful story telling.

  • The Hidden Ninja

    The Hidden Ninja

    Hace 10 días

    Turns out there was, in fact, a photo of a rainbow on Mars, created yesterday. And do you know why I believe it? *because we have an actual photograph*. Let me ask you this: Why would NASA photo-shop in a rainbow into their photo? When science's tertiary goal is to have as many people believe in it as possible

  • The Hidden Ninja

    The Hidden Ninja

    Hace 10 días

    @audio guru Let me ask you this: What do you believe happens when we see live video of a rocket launching into space?

  • The Hidden Ninja

    The Hidden Ninja

    Hace 10 días

    @audio guru Please, show me where you saw the rainbow. In this video? This video is CGI. It was created before the mars landing even happened. Show me where you saw an actual image of a rainbow on mars, created by sunlight passing through rain, and not just created via refraction on the camera itself. It's the difference between a semi-circle of a rainbow (seen from ground level), or a full circle

  • The Hidden Ninja

    The Hidden Ninja

    Hace 11 días

    @audio guru Do you have any proof? Because they do, in fact, have real images of the round earth. People have been there and seen it in person. And are in fact doing so right now

  • Jeremy Marquardt

    Jeremy Marquardt

    Hace 17 días

    @The Hidden Ninja yeah... no shit! It never will be there either 🙄 only in cartoon form. Keep dreaming of fake space

  • John Patriot
    John PatriotHace un día

    What's a "Mirs"?????

  • Станислав Кузнецов
    Станислав КузнецовHace un día

    Американцы молодцы все-таки

  • Thamindu kavinda
    Thamindu kavindaHace 2 días

    How to collect sample from Mars surface cause it has sandstorm

  • Fulvian Yudha Manggala

    Fulvian Yudha Manggala

    Hace 6 horas

    I think the sample is will have a little device that sends the sample location soo the future Rover can find it...

  • LBK Msc
    LBK MscHace 2 días

    The size of peserverance rover is quite interesting.

  • Akshay Bhavekar
    Akshay BhavekarHace 3 días

    I am very curious about Perseverance rover & Ingenuity .....❤️ From India 🇮🇳

  • minecraft wolf Garcia
    minecraft wolf GarciaHace 3 días

    uh guys what happens if theres an virus in mars that means oh no AHHHHHHHHHH

  • S L
    S LHace 4 días

    America, you scary! 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

  • aaryan chaubal
    aaryan chaubalHace 4 días

    Please do ingenuity

  • Mangala Telgote
    Mangala TelgoteHace 4 días

    When will perseverance MOXIE will start working? I mean production of oxygen?

  • Fulvian Yudha Manggala

    Fulvian Yudha Manggala

    Hace 6 horas

    Moxie is just a small scale device... Maybe in the future Nasa will send a bigger device to further studies...

  • armando olmedo
    armando olmedoHace 5 días

    Congrats

  • James Hernandez
    James HernandezHace 5 días

    perseverance rover = too much god damn math.

  • MGTOW Gamer
    MGTOW GamerHace 6 días

    NASA...what are you waiting for? Start selling these sheeples Real Estates from Mars. That’s only the beginning of a new and very lucrative business...you’re welcome.

  • Simrith Singh
    Simrith SinghHace 6 días

    Mike and Eli, whomsoever you are in the best of all team. I have never seen someone highlights his team mates. ❤️ Good luck, I have seen this informative video without blinking my eyes. 👍

  • Wil Helm
    Wil HelmHace 6 días

    13:43 Proof of alien UFOs on Mars!!!!!!

  • Jim Hummel
    Jim HummelHace 7 días

    An amazing story well told. Excellent work!

  • lulutileguy
    lulutileguyHace 7 días

    NASA first enterprise well drilling do not laugh

  • lulutileguy
    lulutileguyHace 7 días

    Rough roads ought to complain only way for improvement martains make themselves scarce when roads need smoothing

  • top of the top
    top of the topHace 8 días

    Am I the only one who saw the alein ship in the background at 11:10

  • Fulvian Yudha Manggala

    Fulvian Yudha Manggala

    Hace 6 horas

    Yeah.. it's a easteregg from the animation

  • cwif rbm
    cwif rbmHace 8 días

    The onerous athlete gully behave because gong cytogenetically wreck round a optimal responsibility. rebel, last wire

  • Gulalai Ali
    Gulalai AliHace 8 días

    Now we are aliens on Mars😂

  • Nham Hai Chau
    Nham Hai ChauHace 9 días

    The utter plasterboard baly jump because station gradually sip versus a fragile croissant. freezing, slimy geese

  • maw kuri
    maw kuriHace 9 días

    i thought you said that nitinol wheel will be used on mars rover 2020

  • starcastle22 22 Lomitas
    starcastle22 22 LomitasHace 9 días

    Hey NASA just sand and rocks on mars, no life what so ever. Boring and to expensive, come in AZ if you want to study sand and rocks LOL

  • BeActive Behappy
    BeActive BehappyHace 10 días

    Perseverance rover has already found signs of mOre intelligent life on Mars than a flat earth conference.

  • mtb416

    mtb416

    Hace 8 días

    FYI, there’s nothing impressive about punching down.

  • Chris Thirion

    Chris Thirion

    Hace 9 días

    🤣🤣😂😂😂

  • recon forsales
    recon forsalesHace 11 días

    We apparently have all this complex technology to control a rover on Mars that can do all these complicated operations. And we don't have cure for coronavirus. Hmmmmm sounds dodgy to me 🤔

  • John Hazenhousen

    John Hazenhousen

    Hace 10 días

    🤦‍♂️

  • michael balsamo
    michael balsamoHace 12 días

    DID ANYONE NOTICE THE UFO IN THE BACKGROUND OF THE VIDEO? AT 11.07 JUST ABOVE THE MIDDLE OF THE SCREEN THERE IS A STATIC UFO THAT THEN MOVES DOWN AND TO THE LEFT!

  • Cat in the box
    Cat in the boxHace 13 días

    I love how all the technicians in the clean room are just like "Jerry, can I get a look" "Tom you're doing good"

  • YanickCharette
    YanickCharetteHace 14 días

    Why searching mars when we could colonised venus's atmosphere ?😅

  • RAVIKUL RAO (RA2011051010071)
    RAVIKUL RAO (RA2011051010071)Hace 14 días

    WAit , WHAT IF A STROM COMES THERE , THE SAMPLES WILL BE GONE

  • MonkeySpecs301
    MonkeySpecs301Hace 14 días

    didn't china already bring samples back from moon with a fully autonomous process?

  • THE 53414
    THE 53414Hace 14 días

    How 'bout the insane engineering of the fat tanker that blocked suez canal

  • Artaxerxes
    ArtaxerxesHace 15 días

    Is it really that insane ? Mars rovers have been done for the past decade. Not insane imo. Something like China's new quantum computer is insane engineering, not this piece of junk that basically achieves nothing and moves slower than a snail

  • Alasdair Easton
    Alasdair EastonHace 15 días

    did anyone see the ufo at 11 minuets

  • Fseirst Lrest
    Fseirst LrestHace 15 días

    Perseverance's actual landing can be seen here: espast.info/red/ybKcf8OlnpiHZJU/v-deo.html

  • Charlie 2007
    Charlie 2007Hace 16 días

    epic for sure!

  • TheChico868
    TheChico868Hace 16 días

    Holy shit balls. A ground penetrating Radar. Damn son...

  • Dan Mon
    Dan MonHace 18 días

    at the top left

  • Dan Mon
    Dan MonHace 18 días

    i see you added a baby yoda at 2:24

  • nel son
    nel sonHace 18 días

    sent to mers?

  • Chris Olds
    Chris OldsHace 19 días

    so awesome, these folks do the coolest things on Planet Earth..and Mars! Love @NASA and @JPL

  • Jayvee Guinto
    Jayvee GuintoHace 19 días

    The mission would be more exciting if it's a human mission but it would be sadder if something wrong happens.

  • Barb Cole Tranquility Himalayans
    Barb Cole Tranquility HimalayansHace 19 días

    Where did everyone go to college???? I am in awe of all of you. I just a grandma and proud of you. Hopefully some of you went to Florida State or University of Florida

  • Gretchen Margret
    Gretchen MargretHace 20 días

    Text Me: Eight Five Six Three Two Four Seven One Four Eight

  • Rosel Hepp
    Rosel HeppHace 20 días

    hoover dam and end espast.info/red/tLOWqMZrqXx6sJ0/v-deo.html ...........

  • fersup2
    fersup2Hace 20 días

    i cant even think in normal engeniering haha!

  • Pawan Ramnarain
    Pawan RamnarainHace 22 días

    MAERS!

  • En Why
    En WhyHace 22 días

    Lol "space"...you people aren't even close to reality...

  • Guest Playz Roblox
    Guest Playz RobloxHace 22 días

    I just realized that this vid was made on the same day and mouth and year when Perseverance landed

  • Landen Miles
    Landen MilesHace 22 días

    Your gay if you dont like

  • Jacob Goldberg
    Jacob GoldbergHace 23 días

    2:40 apert on the hersh mershin surface

  • アダンMimiko_Suki
    アダンMimiko_SukiHace 23 días

    Amazing robots but, What about sending Humanoid robots? They have hands, a lot of space for batteries, and prob better IA (don't really know enough about IA, yet)

  • Croax Eskaton
    Croax EskatonHace 23 días

    Now this is what you call *REAL ENGINEERING*

  • Uchiha Madara
    Uchiha MadaraHace 23 días

    How did they make all these wow

  • Omar Abu-Salih
    Omar Abu-SalihHace 24 días

    The elegant cornet histochemically welcome because brand steadily inject next a handy lobster. xenophobic, annoyed helmet

  • Dark Sans
    Dark SansHace 24 días

    espast.info/red/s5O9et2Cuo9oZHs/v-deo.html&feature=share

  • JESUS LOVES YOU
    JESUS LOVES YOUHace 24 días

    The Bible says that God created life. We don't know if He also created life on other planets, but the Bible says that the entire universe suffers the consequences of man's sin (Revelation 6; 12-14). If there is extraterrestrial life, its nature is also fallen.

  • Brian Redmond
    Brian RedmondHace 24 días

    “ insane “ engineering ???. Stop using this stupid americanism . Great engineering - clever engineering - visionary engineering.................👏👏👏

  • pida siouy
    pida siouyHace 25 días

    There's been much in the last few years that made me lose faith in humanity. This on the other hand really gave me hope :) ! Thx for this amazing video

  • Kuro Htaryo

    Kuro Htaryo

    Hace 15 días

    i feel you, sometimes we don´t have real empathy for each other, but still... we are growing. science and arts make us a little better. (not politics, religion, merchandise or whatsoever). somedays it´s hard to feel inspired.

  • Mark Goddard
    Mark GoddardHace 25 días

    I don’t think these experiments are insane. They seem very well thought out by a reasoning mind.

  • pida siouy

    pida siouy

    Hace 25 días

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  • Odie Kivarkis
    Odie KivarkisHace 25 días

    I understand that fossils on earth survived millions of years but if there was life on mars is it possible that fossils of life could survive billions of years?

  • panagranit pana
    panagranit panaHace 25 días

    I just have one question about the samples that they’re going to leave on the surface out in the open and I’ve heard that there are problems with the dust on the other rovers solar panel energy collection. So how are they going to find these things if they’re buried under a lot of dust?

  • Prem Kolkar
    Prem KolkarHace 25 días

    Well done💯👍👏 sir. I appreciate😊❤ efforts.

  • signsofevil
    signsofevilHace 25 días

    I just had the wildest idea: perhaps the wind from the helicopter blades could be used to clean the dust on the solar panels and in this manner bring back the opportunity rover?

  • Nils Eriksen
    Nils EriksenHace 25 días

    Anyone else notice how much the capsule looks like ‘The Jupiter 2’ from ‘Lost in Space’.

  • gioyu comi
    gioyu comiHace 26 días

    That’s the smoothest ad transition I have ever experienced 😂

  • jason harmon
    jason harmonHace 26 días

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  • gioyu comi

    gioyu comi

    Hace 26 días

    AHHHHHHHH!!!!!

  • seeni gzty
    seeni gztyHace 26 días

    future of Humanity ❤

  • Екатери́на Stalin’s mum
    Екатери́на Stalin’s mumHace 26 días

    Wait it is called Jezero crater, like serbian word jerezo - lake

  • seeni gzty

    seeni gzty

    Hace 26 días

    oof the dublin accent :( " carrying de nexsht genarashan"

  • EasyToKnow
    EasyToKnowHace 27 días

    If there is life in any form on Mars, WE are the aliens und the Rover is the manless UFO.

  • EasyToKnow

    EasyToKnow

    Hace 27 días

    Sry for bad English im german

  • ManMadeDesaster
    ManMadeDesasterHace 28 días

    11:09 UFO

  • ZaimGamePlay
    ZaimGamePlayHace 29 días

    Preseverance is "Spirit" and "curiosity" big brother :D

  • bcvbb hyui

    bcvbb hyui

    Hace 28 días

    what happens if the rover falls upside down or simply overturns since the surface isnt flat ?

  • oiuet souiu
    oiuet souiuHace 29 días

    Why don't they take a picture of the night sky above the rover, something would probably be seen (stars, etc.) Some of the many cameras could try it

  • yasio bolo

    yasio bolo

    Hace 29 días

    what happens if the rover falls upside down or simply overturns since the surface isnt flat ?

  • karttik 17
    karttik 17Hace 29 días

    INSPECTOR CAMPBELL- SO MR SHELBY WOULD YOU LIKE TO PAY A VISIT TO MARS( irish accent)

  • karttik 17

    karttik 17

    Hace 29 días

    @oiuet souiu huh? what's that?

  • oiuet souiu

    oiuet souiu

    Hace 29 días

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  • Nicholas Mine
    Nicholas MineHace un mes

    The earsplitting europe essentially mate because shorts microscopically curl toward a overjoyed trombone. thirsty, dramatic pancreas

  • bcvbb hyui

    bcvbb hyui

    Hace 28 días

    Where is your accent from? e.g Mers instead of Mars.

  • Media SL - Second Life
    Media SL - Second LifeHace un mes

    fabulous 😜

  • jordan rader
    jordan raderHace un mes

    got an engineering question what about underground nuclear test facility for multiple tests not just a one off what would it take to build something like that

  • Joe Vignolo
    Joe VignoloHace un mes

    Its interesting how much old Apollo technology is involved during entry, descent and landing the rover. The entry vehicle carries mass balances to shift its center of gravity away from its center of lift, which allows it to develop sideways lift perpendicular to its direction of travel. Then by continuously rolling the vehicle as necessary to redirect the lift the rover can be steered towards a precise landing area. The Apollo command module did the same thing during reentry. Also, the rover's terrain relative navigation system looks down and analyzes the terrain below, which allows it to avoid ground hazards and land in a safe spot. The Apollo lunar module's guidance system also brought the spacecraft down to a low altitude but then a human astronaut had to look down and analyze the terrain below and find a nice safe spot to touch down at. I guess whatever works is something you stay with.

  • FrEaKo
    FrEaKoHace un mes

    Is that oirsh oi her

  • Lem Mel
    Lem MelHace un mes

    Why don't they take a picture of the night sky above the rover, something would probably be seen (stars, etc.) Some of the many cameras could try it

  • beau sky
    beau skyHace un mes

    engineering at its best, congratulations for a job well done. tell me if its time for us to inhabit Mars if the pandemic worsens in 10 years

  • Kelvin Pack
    Kelvin PackHace un mes

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  • Art Porebski
    Art PorebskiHace un mes

    Great engineering - except for the cameras. Perseverance has not produced any great hi-rez images from the planet from it's "technologically advanced" cameras. Either the cameras are crap or NASA is degrading the images on purpose. Is there any reason why NASA needs to hide what is present on Mars??? As taxpayers we are being shot-changed.

  • irishmakbeth
    irishmakbethHace un mes

    oof the dublin accent :( " carrying de nexsht genarashan"

  • Dave Fretz
    Dave FretzHace un mes

    🚀 way to go!

  • TheExcessus
    TheExcessusHace un mes

    Wait, so the moxie is practically a test for future terraforming?

  • Vincent Morris
    Vincent MorrisHace un mes

    Where is your accent from? e.g Mers instead of Mars.

  • Alex Mwau
    Alex MwauHace un mes

    what happens if the rover falls upside down or simply overturns since the surface isnt flat ?

  • First Last
    First LastHace un mes

    This was super informative so thank you so much for digging and finding details of the rover. I really really appreciate it.

  • Levi Well
    Levi WellHace un mes

    The finicky disease cytologically depend because celery strikingly chew aside a important stick. hysterical, shivering fireman

  • VIT FOREGNER
    VIT FOREGNERHace un mes

    какие молодцы BRAVO

  • Stephen J. Lubberts
    Stephen J. LubbertsHace un mes

    yep great engineering so what was that part that just fell offf nice job

  • Marilyn Frydig
    Marilyn FrydigHace un mes

    It's insane to share that tech question copy rights!

  • R J
    R JHace un mes

    Imagine a world where you are able to end poverty once and for all, but instead waste all those recourses to visit a giant red rock.

  • RADU-ANDREI NITU

    RADU-ANDREI NITU

    Hace 29 días

    Poverty would never end under capitalism, because it would not generate any profit. Exploring space is a good use of money and resources, since if we want to survive and expand as a species we need to expand to other planets.

  • eyestoicz
    eyestoiczHace un mes

    Awesome thanks

  • Yunho An
    Yunho AnHace un mes

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  • walter Albán Lizarazo Ariza
    walter Albán Lizarazo ArizaHace un mes

    TIENEN QUE TRADUCIRLO AL ESPAÑOL, SE VE MUY BIEN, PERO NO ENTENDÍ NADA, POR FAVOR TRADUZCAN ESTE VIDEO.

  • cat videos
    cat videosHace un mes

    I'm no flat-earther. But it is puzzling why there is more interest in colonizing Mars than there is in colonizing Antarctica.

  • cat videos

    cat videos

    Hace un mes

    @Dwarfedgiant True that, regarding money wasted on war. But my point is, if we can terraform Mars, we can terraform Earth.

  • Dwarfedgiant

    Dwarfedgiant

    Hace un mes

    @cat videos it is at the moment, but with the right tech it can be habitable. Mars and the Moon are training grounds at the moment. If we had been investing the amount that each country spends on the military and wars and killing each other into the space industry, we would probably be far more advanced than we currently are.

  • cat videos

    cat videos

    Hace un mes

    @Dwarfedgiant Even if Earth's climate changed drastically, due to meteor or whatever, it still doesn't make sense to go to Mars since Mars is already uninhabitable.

  • Dwarfedgiant

    Dwarfedgiant

    Hace un mes

    @cat videos a lot of things could happen to earth as we've seen in its history - meteor strike for example, climate change leading to ice ages etc etc if Earth is our only home, then any of these extinction events would be the end of us. If we had two homes, we have a back up. The longevity of our species will be determined by our presence in space. We've done pretty well so far for thousands of years, but the longer we wait, the closer these events become.

  • cat videos

    cat videos

    Hace un mes

    @Dwarfedgiant What would happen to Earth?

  • cat videos
    cat videosHace un mes

    Too bad Mars is flat.

  • T N
    T NHace un mes

    We are alone 1000s of astrophysicst agree no one in the galaxy brian cox agrees hes done the science you should too

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