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

  • Published on: 22 February 2021
  • 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
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  • AllergicDodo
    AllergicDodo   37 minuts ago

    too young to explore the earth and too old to explore the starts, perfect age to make fun of flat earthers!

  • Alperen Güler
    Alperen Güler   45 minuts ago

    Congrats This is a big step for the humanality !!!

  • Dutch Drifter
    Dutch Drifter   55 minuts ago

    why am I watching this over and over again?

  • วัน สิ้นโลก

    สัญญานรับส่ง แรงมากจริงๆยอมรับเลย ถ้าสัญญาน ออกคำสั่งช้าไปเพียงนาทีเดียว การลงจอดจะผิดพลาดหมดแน่นอน

  • Анти стоп- хам

    какая бездарная киношка, иначе говоря враньё ЪЪЪЪ голливуд закончился на студии Атлас в Марокко ))

  • Mehrin Fiza
    Mehrin Fiza   3 hours ago

    I really Appreciate you Nasa.. Yep... It's a Great Achievement 😍...Hats off to all behind this. Now I'm thinking of our Future, when the Concept of TOUR TO MARS become familiar 😜

  • Omar Abdi
    Omar Abdi   3 hours ago

    Her voice will go down in history

  • LuvlyLeo
    LuvlyLeo   4 hours ago

    Go NASA! 💯👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽

  • Asterope
    Asterope   4 hours ago

    humanity did it again, one step closer to answering if we are alone or not.

  • Susan Tetlow
    Susan Tetlow   4 hours ago

    Not happy with ruining one planet got to go and mess another 1up sad

  • datneke hajatjaf
    datneke hajatjaf   5 hours ago

    The mysterious dancer preferably sip because suit philosophically shop despite a steady africa. receptive, naughty prepared

  • WilD BoY
    WilD BoY   6 hours ago

    The russians have already searched. They're was past life but we came here after mars got to hot and dryed up🤨

  • J Abdul
    J Abdul   6 hours ago

    Yay mars 2020. But wait it launched in 2021.

    CRAZY CORONA   6 hours ago

    How would it be? if we sending some seeds and try to growing tree from seeds.

  • Vital Views
    Vital Views   7 hours ago

    Is there any time lapse for the complete travel by chance?

  • Екатерина Алибоева

    Передайте привет гимназии Салманова, г. Сургут 11 А класс Say hi to gymnasium named Salmanova placed in Russia 11 A from Mars😁

  • G
    G   9 hours ago

    Move over UAE and China, perseverance is in da house......

  • Akiraaa
    Akiraaa   10 hours ago

    a mi no me mienten, eso es calama :vvvv

  • Asheesh Jha
    Asheesh Jha   10 hours ago

    I can’t get full strength wifi signal from my next room, and they are getting signals from other planets...Why are we still here

  • Andelu Uledna
    Andelu Uledna   10 hours ago

    well that's an easy date for future students to remember this historical moment, 2/22/2021

  • Samuel
    Samuel   11 hours ago

    See you, Space Cowboy...

  • Eric Eder
    Eric Eder   12 hours ago

    It's really hard to judge the distances from the view at the end. But I guess the sky Crain lowered it 20Meters or 65ft!

  • jon silverman
    jon silverman   13 hours ago

    Imagine you will in that rover. You would get to go to mars. Wow.

  • The Beast
    The Beast   14 hours ago

    Where did the skycrane go after dropping the rover?

  • The Beast
    The Beast   14 hours ago

    Now that's what I'm talking about..