Watch the Ingenuity helicopter's first flight on Mars

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17 күн мурун

Humans just made history: flying an autonomous helicopter on another planet, more than 100 million miles away.
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Claire Reilly
Claire Reilly 16 күн мурун
Genuinely excited to see what comes after this! Do we: A) Send these helicopters to new planets to explore even more? or B) Perfect this technology so I can get my own Mars Jetpack?
Mark Giles
Mark Giles 7 күн мурун
@Moon Rocks How is it that you can see an object when you shouldn't due to the curvature of the Earth? Let me guess, it's a mirage.
Clash of clans base defender
Clash of clans base defender 7 күн мурун
@Wealth boy I think you just need to calm down
Wealth boy
Wealth boy 7 күн мурун
@Clash of clans base defender watch again my friend.. plz don't believe this non sense
Clash of clans base defender
Clash of clans base defender 8 күн мурун
@Wealth boy nope lol
Wealth boy
Wealth boy 8 күн мурун
@Clash of clans base defender notice how the outer space part is cgi??
vincent lol
vincent lol 3 саат мурун
Peter Ghenzi
Peter Ghenzi 3 саат мурун
If the NASA tells the truth all would be different
Ian Taylor
Ian Taylor 5 саат мурун
First there was Covid-19 then there was the Mars Attacks! lol
Ian Taylor
Ian Taylor 6 саат мурун
Aliens are like who would have thought these human species would try and go back to the same planet we rescued them from. lol
Ian Taylor
Ian Taylor 6 саат мурун
Awesome but that NASA logo animation is so 1985. Let me know if I can help!
Dharaneesh Prasad
Dharaneesh Prasad 6 саат мурун
True Achievement by NASA...
Витя 8 саат мурун
Credit for the helicopter has to go to Sikorsky.
Eve 17 саат мурун
I love this
Grig V.
Grig V. Күн мурун
She is delusional. So you all are. This proves nothing. need NASA official proofs
justanotherguy Күн мурун
The EBEN's did it first.
Hybrid Radiance
Hybrid Radiance Күн мурун
No Obstacles in MARS. An Autonomous drone will be easy to fly !
roger smith
roger smith Күн мурун
Arizona hasn't changed much since I was last there apart from cleaning up the empty coke cans.
Frederick Johnsen
Frederick Johnsen Күн мурун
Amazing! Rocks from the top. This gives a whole other perspective on rocks.
Lonely Homie
Lonely Homie 2 күн мурун
This is ka 50 , ka 52 , ka 28 chopper
Red Tcha
Red Tcha 2 күн мурун
Hollywood movies ...
L Marin R
L Marin R 2 күн мурун
where's her top lip do not show her face again please
samuel james
samuel james 2 күн мурун
nice camera cameraing the helicopter. Where is the second camera to watch the helicopter??
David Davids
David Davids 2 күн мурун
it appears that lots of people think that 'flight'* is Possible, in a near Vacuum. IT'S NOT.!!!!!!!!! ( * other that via the use of reaction thrusters ) googletranslate
David Davids
David Davids 2 күн мурун
WHEN nasa has EXPLAINED to my satisfaction, HOW this can Happen, i will start to be less Skeptical, about the truth of this Fantasy.!!!!! googletranslate
Peacemaker Official
Peacemaker Official 3 күн мурун
jayanth kumar chintu official
jayanth kumar chintu official 3 күн мурун
Her lips are the coolest!
BoFab 3 күн мурун
humans cant keep our trash under control on earth and now were spreading it all over the galixy yay humans instead of billions on a toy helicopter why dont we try to clean up places like india? humans really do suck
BoFab 3 күн мурун
your mouth movements really trip me out claire. made it hard to watch this video akward
Eliot HD
Eliot HD 3 күн мурун
not Wrigt brothers, Santos Dummond
CCW Noob
CCW Noob 3 күн мурун
Why does she keep showing her stupid mug?
Denrasier Jamiul
Denrasier Jamiul 3 күн мурун
Wow nice❤👍 NASA Is the best ☝No.1
James Picazo
James Picazo 3 күн мурун
well woopty fuckn doo👏
Jill A Rivkin
Jill A Rivkin 3 күн мурун
Can you read see this?.
Dave Chupp
Dave Chupp 3 күн мурун
I would have put money on it that the rotors couldn't spin fast enough to lift. Amazing! I too am looking forward to experiencing the data it collects.
Rocketryman 3 күн мурун
Ringlight distracting.
bob bob
bob bob 3 күн мурун
///////// 3 күн мурун
But there is no atmosphere
J Moeketsi
J Moeketsi 3 күн мурун
Bunch of lies
Andrew Delaney
Andrew Delaney 3 күн мурун
Is it mars?or in America in a desert somewhere?
TDAKS TERMITE 3 күн мурун
Great piece of engineering but isn't an 'oxygen only' atmosphere a not so good thing ? Also, how would the carbon monoxide be stored. We certainly wouldn't want to breath a carbon monoxide/oxygen mix. Conspiracy theory version: Let's make Mars habitable so we can build an arc ship and leave all the less rich behind. Actually you would need to make space for lesser people because a slave class would be required. Can you imagine the uber rich and powerful taking orders from each
MRD 4 күн мурун
Guy DeGregg
Guy DeGregg 4 күн мурун
"Lifted into the air" What air?
Good Stuff
Good Stuff 4 күн мурун
Great video, but a "black and white camera on the bottom of Ingenuity"? I guess NASA only had access to 1970's cameras for the mission 😂.
Jimmie Dean
Jimmie Dean 4 күн мурун
Still using counter rotating props. How quaint.
Tim Morris
Tim Morris 4 күн мурун
Hey Elon Musk, when you're looking for a voice for your onboard computer I believe Claire would be your girl
Andres Chusan
Andres Chusan 4 күн мурун
The original 'Total Recall' was more believable than this hogwash
Ajit Pani
Ajit Pani 4 күн мурун
What is the technical difficulty of a helicopter that fly over Mars and go on research on Mars surface . Why N.A.S.A has not developed helicopter to fly on the Mars surface .
Edson F Cordeaca
Edson F Cordeaca 4 күн мурун
The drone is practically autonomous because there is a huge delay of 7 light minutes so becoming impractical to drive it remotely. I guess it's something strange to fly a drone in a nearly vacuum atmosphere.
Tim Wilkins
Tim Wilkins 4 күн мурун
Incredible images being sent back to earth! I've been fascinated with space since I was a kid growing up 40 miles away from Cape Kennedy. I watched all but one of the Apollo missions. Continued success with the missions to mars. Thanks to everyone at NASA.
royalspin 4 күн мурун
It's sort of odd that the shadow of the rover has an angle and yet the shadow of the drone stays in one spot below it even as it's rising up in the sky and looks very defined even though there's less light on Mars .
matthew realm
matthew realm 4 күн мурун
They should ask DJI to do the job.. haha
eden brid
eden brid 4 күн мурун
That proof there is air
Obaida Shafai
Obaida Shafai 4 күн мурун
i thought outer space should be black!! or was it black only on the moon? perhaps it will be pink on Jupiter, what a load of BS
Gregory Ross
Gregory Ross 4 күн мурун
What’s amazing is that it’s ONLY been a little over 100 years between the first flight on earth and the first flight on Mars
MASTER JACK 4 күн мурун
*Well ... There goes the neighborhood.*
Herculydia 5 күн мурун
There's an awful lot of angles and zooming on that craft. I smell a skunk. I think it was filmed in Burbank.
Rav Raj
Rav Raj 5 күн мурун
Leave behind a covid vaccine there.... Elon may need it.
PRIVATE SECTOR 042 5 күн мурун
Filmed in the Mojave Desert.... On earth 😑
Tommy 2pieceYa
Tommy 2pieceYa 5 күн мурун
Real quick beamed a software update from Earth, she says, lol....Yeah, NASA can do some impossible stuff and these impossible things are pretty easy to accomplish, when it's all bulshit.... You're beaming software updates, from Earth to Mars and yet we still can't get decent internet, because we're a mile outside of town and 75 yards from our nearest telephone pole... They could literally tell the American people, that they've built condos on Mars and they're sending people to live there, via teleportation and as long as it came from NASA and they put it on TV, most people would believe it..
D Beaulieu
D Beaulieu 5 күн мурун
Interesting how there is no visible dust kicked up by the rotating blades
Darren Hollebone
Darren Hollebone 5 күн мурун
This is awesome but aren't we just littering more planets?
Brandon Smith
Brandon Smith 5 күн мурун
The old me wishes this were true.
James 5 күн мурун
It is true....
khana mai
khana mai 5 күн мурун
Very mazing nasa researcher why they dont test bring the little nimal dog or deer let them outside see the can live out air then human can live there
Kent Hanna
Kent Hanna 5 күн мурун
Why do they call it a helicopter. It doesn't look like any helicopter I've ever seen. It looks like a drone
José Mendieta
José Mendieta 5 күн мурун
"Ounces"??? :D You silly Gringos! ;)
LordArgoth 6 күн мурун
What we need now is a advanced humanoid robot that can be controlled from earth via virtual reality. NASA could save alot of money by not sending humans into space directly eg no need for food or life support systems. Ships could be smaller just to accommodate humanoid drones. NASA look into this!
Antonette Garcia
Antonette Garcia 6 күн мурун
Love it! Enjoy seeing more in the day's coming!
Felipe Torres Delgado
Felipe Torres Delgado 6 күн мурун
Quien le saco el video si no hay nada amas que ese vehículo, que alguien me explique.
Рожденный в СССР
Рожденный в СССР 6 күн мурун
Очередной «полет на луну»?!🧐 Только уточните пожалуйста: это снималось где-то в пустыне Невада, или не стали заморачиваться и по старой, доброй традиции использовали павильон Голивуда?😉
Roger Beaird
Roger Beaird 6 күн мурун
Yuma az🤣😂😂😃
Roger Beaird
Roger Beaird 6 күн мурун
Looks like arizona 🤣😅😂😅😅
Robert Banister
Robert Banister 6 күн мурун
Geezus. You need to fix your camera lighting, so that you don't look like an alien, with those little white circle's in your eyes.
Eggbut Nobacon
Eggbut Nobacon 6 күн мурун
Did she have more teeth than the average human?
Owen Downs
Owen Downs 6 күн мурун
No NASA have not landed nothing on Mars because they can't even get out of her own atmosphere please wake up you seem quite an intelligent person don't just keep listening to Nassau just because you think they're high authority they talk absolute s*** space is in your imagination my love we've never been to the moon we've never step foot out of our atmosphere please wake up please I feel so sorry 4 people like you we've not got many level-headed people on earth anymore please come back to us and use your brain cuz people who believe in NASA and in Mars of land in helicopters on it and all that haven't got a brain
Codger 5 күн мурун
Neil Armstrong had a saying for people like you... 'His mothers one small moment with a stranger made one giant idiot for all mankind'..
Herson Lamolli
Herson Lamolli 6 күн мурун
My country is the power of space
Cricket Latest 2
Cricket Latest 2 6 күн мурун
Aliens in mars be like.. bro do u see that ufo
Mike Michael
Mike Michael 6 күн мурун
Update what? 4G...helicopter... 🤣🤣
nieooj gotoy
nieooj gotoy 6 күн мурун
This first flight is nothing short of spectacular! NASA earned their keep many times over with this one.
hara nath
hara nath 7 күн мурун
If it is genuine, Then the technology is awesoooooome
Douglas White
Douglas White 7 күн мурун
Maybe someday a private company will land a bunch of helicopters on Mars and sell private citizens the remote control where we all can explore Mars. I’m dreaming but wouldn’t that be neat!
nieooj gotoy
nieooj gotoy 6 күн мурун
Abinash Videoz
Abinash Videoz 7 күн мурун
odd looks by black t-shirt
Fzoid Vamp
Fzoid Vamp 7 күн мурун
I think they found the city of light, which Jaha always mention.. 🤔
James Choudhury
James Choudhury 7 күн мурун
Bright hope of future inter planetory travel, using solar power.
Miguel Echavarría
Miguel Echavarría 7 күн мурун
Amazing!!!! Do we have satellite orbiting mars?
Codger 5 күн мурун
Edson F Cordeaca
Edson F Cordeaca 7 күн мурун
why doesn´t the drone´s shadow move and diminishes while the device is getting higher and lifting vertically? When an object casts a shadow on the ground ad it gains height, the shadow tends to diminish its size, the opposite happens when it lands, Why does it propel dust in one scene and in the other there is no sign of dust?
science works in mysterious ways
science works in mysterious ways 6 күн мурун
uh-oh, dont start asking questions. theres zero chance a copter of any kind is working in a near vacuum right there. i wonder how devon island is doing?
Mark Giles
Mark Giles 7 күн мурун
Why is the landing video at a high frame rate and the video coving what is happening on the surface of a low frame rate?
Mark Giles
Mark Giles 7 күн мурун
Isn't the claim that the first powered flight was by the Wright Brothers a disputed claim?
Noor Khan
Noor Khan 7 күн мурун
So we have a conclusion that Mars has some air.....
J H 7 күн мурун
Anyone else think this is just New Mexico or some place on earth
science works in mysterious ways
science works in mysterious ways 6 күн мурун
the vid is taken down but theres a great video of a comparison to devon island greenland and nasa's mars stuff. its interesting for alot of reasons but devon island is where nasa says they train all this stuff for mars. except the land matches pixel for pixel lol
science works in mysterious ways
science works in mysterious ways 6 күн мурун
its devon island
Teresa Wells
Teresa Wells 7 күн мурун
Yes I would love to here more of what all comes about on the planet Mars!
rcarlisi63 7 күн мурун
looks like Arizona....................
science works in mysterious ways
science works in mysterious ways 6 күн мурун
the vid was taken down. ive looked for it for other comments on this vid. if someone has it, i will def link it.
science works in mysterious ways
science works in mysterious ways 6 күн мурун
@Codger that was really stretched thin. how about, 'mom's walk with a man...led to' etc. idk, something like that.
Codger 6 күн мурун
@science works in mysterious ways top candidate for the Neil Armstrong quotation award... his mothers one small moment with a man made one giant idiot for all mankind..
science works in mysterious ways
science works in mysterious ways 6 күн мурун
its devon island greenland. the vids taken down but im lookiin for it. theres a ton of comments thinkin the same as you. nasa practices in devon island but people proved pixel for pixel that the "mars" nasa shows is where they 'train' in greenland
SonicMasterLB 7 күн мурун
The Wright brothers: So, where is the last piece of our plane? Nasa: Oh yea, it's on Mars. The Wright brothers: Oh, ok. Wait WHAT?!!
Transcending Authenticities
Transcending Authenticities 7 күн мурун
So when do the Americans go to mars.. After they destroy the planet earth 🤔
science works in mysterious ways
science works in mysterious ways 6 күн мурун
its global. rockefeller, rothchild, standard oil, jp morgan, carnegie? east india trading co.? all global. they got inside america like every other country. stay strong an hang in there.
Explore iT
Explore iT 7 күн мурун screen....This is teatr for.....people who trust completely in TV propaganda
Codger 5 күн мурун
the only CGI around is you ...Complete Gigantic Idiot ....get it.....
Philos Rapper
Philos Rapper 7 күн мурун
alphabet.soup 7 күн мурун
Her pupils are creepy.
Tuukka 7 күн мурун
How about those rodents in Mars? Still there?
Tuukka 7 күн мурун
What's the point in this? There is only a camera in that chopper.
Vodka Tonic
Vodka Tonic 7 күн мурун
I miss the days when they use to tell us Mars was red. LOL
Vodka Tonic
Vodka Tonic 7 күн мурун
Jay Graham
Jay Graham 7 күн мурун
Simply breathtaking
The Rodriguez's
The Rodriguez's 7 күн мурун
That's amazing😊
Alex Aquarius
Alex Aquarius 7 күн мурун
They had to "fix" an air density problem to get a helicopter to fly, but the rocket in the vacuum of space had no problem pushing it all the way to Mars, and the parachutes worked... Those propellers look exactly the same proportionately as what we use on Earth in Canada.
Alex Aquarius
Alex Aquarius 4 күн мурун
@science works in mysterious ways I did!
science works in mysterious ways
science works in mysterious ways 5 күн мурун
@Alex Aquarius yes, and nothing against him, ive actually seen his vids just from unrelated cool things. but i thought it was funny when it didnt work like he thought it would. again. we've all taken turns. nothing against him. peace
Alex Aquarius
Alex Aquarius 6 күн мурун
Or are you stating it was funny he thought it would work. I missed your point! LOL!
Alex Aquarius
Alex Aquarius 6 күн мурун
@science works in mysterious ways Maybe he didn't do it right. You can't get a fan to blow a feather in a vacuum.
science works in mysterious ways
science works in mysterious ways 6 күн мурун
did you see that cody's lab vid of trying to use a copter in that low of an air pressure? its hilarius. nothing against the guy, its just funny when it doesnt work.
bcvbb hyui
bcvbb hyui 7 күн мурун
Congratulations to all the people part of the team that achieved this feat, they will soon be surpassed but the first step always matters.
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