The Insane Engineering of the Perseverance Rover

18 feb 2021
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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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  • 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.

    Real EngineeringReal EngineeringMese fa
    • Maybe the fake rover will test positive for a new strain of the Cofraud19 virus because someone on Devon Island wasn't wearing a worthless mask or social distancing from the 📷 shop software. FakeNews19 TinyHats BigLies

      WideAwakeWideAwakeGiorno fa
    • Cgi fakery Devon Island

      WideAwakeWideAwakeGiorno fa
    • 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 NinjaThe Hidden Ninja13 giorni fa
    • @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 NinjaThe Hidden Ninja13 giorni fa
    • @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 NinjaThe Hidden Ninja13 giorni fa
  • It's Mars not "Mers" !!!

    Dragos TurcanDragos Turcan21 ora fa
  • NASA Because filming in 🏊 pools is easier...

    WideAwakeWideAwakeGiorno fa
  • Maybe the fake rover will test positive for a new strain of the Cofraud19 virus because someone on Devon Island wasn't wearing a worthless mask or social distancing from the 📷 shop software. FakeNews19 TinyHats BigLies

    WideAwakeWideAwakeGiorno fa
  • "That's one small theft from man... One giant theft.. From mankind."

    WideAwakeWideAwakeGiorno fa
  • Cgi fakery Devon Island

    WideAwakeWideAwakeGiorno fa
  • When astronauts arrive on Mars they will take photos with rovers

    MatijaMatijaGiorno fa
    • Yes selfie's

      PRATEEK DEYPRATEEK DEY15 ore fa
  • What's a "Mirs"?????

    John PatriotJohn Patriot4 giorni fa
  • Американцы молодцы все-таки

    Станислав КузнецовСтанислав Кузнецов4 giorni fa
  • How to collect sample from Mars surface cause it has sandstorm

    Thamindu kavindaThamindu kavinda5 giorni fa
    • I think the sample is will have a little device that sends the sample location soo the future Rover can find it...

      Fulvian Yudha ManggalaFulvian Yudha Manggala3 giorni fa
  • The size of peserverance rover is quite interesting.

    LBK MscLBK Msc5 giorni fa
  • I am very curious about Perseverance rover & Ingenuity .....❤️ From India 🇮🇳

    Akshay BhavekarAkshay Bhavekar6 giorni fa
  • uh guys what happens if theres an virus in mars that means oh no AHHHHHHHHHH

    minecraft wolf Garciaminecraft wolf Garcia6 giorni fa
  • America, you scary! 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

    S LS L7 giorni fa
  • Please do ingenuity

    aaryan chaubalaaryan chaubal7 giorni fa
  • When will perseverance MOXIE will start working? I mean production of oxygen?

    Mangala TelgoteMangala Telgote7 giorni fa
    • Moxie is just a small scale device... Maybe in the future Nasa will send a bigger device to further studies...

      Fulvian Yudha ManggalaFulvian Yudha Manggala3 giorni fa
  • Congrats

    armando olmedoarmando olmedo8 giorni fa
  • perseverance rover = too much god damn math.

    James HernandezJames Hernandez8 giorni fa
  • 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.

    MGTOW GamerMGTOW Gamer9 giorni fa
  • 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. 👍

    Simrith SinghSimrith Singh9 giorni fa
  • 13:43 Proof of alien UFOs on Mars!!!!!!

    Wil HelmWil Helm9 giorni fa
  • An amazing story well told. Excellent work!

    Jim HummelJim Hummel10 giorni fa
  • NASA first enterprise well drilling do not laugh

    lulutileguylulutileguy10 giorni fa
  • Rough roads ought to complain only way for improvement martains make themselves scarce when roads need smoothing

    lulutileguylulutileguy10 giorni fa
  • Am I the only one who saw the alein ship in the background at 11:10

    top of the toptop of the top11 giorni fa
    • Yeah.. it's a easteregg from the animation

      Fulvian Yudha ManggalaFulvian Yudha Manggala3 giorni fa
  • The onerous athlete gully behave because gong cytogenetically wreck round a optimal responsibility. rebel, last wire

    cwif rbmcwif rbm11 giorni fa
  • Now we are aliens on Mars😂

    Gulalai AliGulalai Ali11 giorni fa
  • The utter plasterboard baly jump because station gradually sip versus a fragile croissant. freezing, slimy geese

    Nham Hai ChauNham Hai Chau12 giorni fa
  • i thought you said that nitinol wheel will be used on mars rover 2020

    maw kurimaw kuri12 giorni fa
  • 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

    starcastle22 22 Lomitasstarcastle22 22 Lomitas12 giorni fa
  • Perseverance rover has already found signs of mOre intelligent life on Mars than a flat earth conference.

    BeActive BehappyBeActive Behappy13 giorni fa
    • FYI, there’s nothing impressive about punching down.

      mtb416mtb41611 giorni fa
    • 🤣🤣😂😂😂

      Chris ThirionChris Thirion12 giorni fa
  • 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 🤔

    recon forsalesrecon forsales14 giorni fa
    • 🤦‍♂️

      John HazenhousenJohn Hazenhousen13 giorni fa
  • 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!

    michael balsamomichael balsamo15 giorni fa
  • I love how all the technicians in the clean room are just like "Jerry, can I get a look" "Tom you're doing good"

    Cat in the boxCat in the box16 giorni fa
  • Why searching mars when we could colonised venus's atmosphere ?😅

    YanickCharetteYanickCharette17 giorni fa
  • WAit , WHAT IF A STROM COMES THERE , THE SAMPLES WILL BE GONE

    RAVIKUL RAO (RA2011051010071)RAVIKUL RAO (RA2011051010071)17 giorni fa
  • didn't china already bring samples back from moon with a fully autonomous process?

    MonkeySpecs301MonkeySpecs30117 giorni fa
  • How 'bout the insane engineering of the fat tanker that blocked suez canal

    THE 53414THE 5341417 giorni fa
  • 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

    ArtaxerxesArtaxerxes18 giorni fa
  • did anyone see the ufo at 11 minuets

    Alasdair EastonAlasdair Easton18 giorni fa
  • Perseverance's actual landing can be seen here: itworlds.info/round/mYNwdsOsccOIZJY/video

    Fseirst LrestFseirst Lrest18 giorni fa
  • epic for sure!

    Charlie 2007Charlie 200719 giorni fa
  • Holy shit balls. A ground penetrating Radar. Damn son...

    TheChico868TheChico86819 giorni fa
  • at the top left

    Dan MonDan Mon21 giorno fa
  • i see you added a baby yoda at 2:24

    Dan MonDan Mon21 giorno fa
  • sent to mers?

    nel sonnel son21 giorno fa
  • so awesome, these folks do the coolest things on Planet Earth..and Mars! Love @NASA and @JPL

    Chris OldsChris Olds22 giorni fa
  • The mission would be more exciting if it's a human mission but it would be sadder if something wrong happens.

    Jayvee GuintoJayvee Guinto22 giorni fa
  • 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

    Barb Cole Tranquility HimalayansBarb Cole Tranquility Himalayans22 giorni fa
  • Text Me: Eight Five Six Three Two Four Seven One Four Eight

    Gretchen MargretGretchen Margret23 giorni fa
  • hoover dam and end itworlds.info/round/hIRqn8ZyfKd7sJ4/video ...........

    Rosel HeppRosel Hepp23 giorni fa
  • i cant even think in normal engeniering haha!

    fersup2fersup223 giorni fa
  • MAERS!

    Pawan RamnarainPawan Ramnarain25 giorni fa
  • Lol "space"...you people aren't even close to reality...

    En WhyEn Why25 giorni fa
  • I just realized that this vid was made on the same day and mouth and year when Perseverance landed

    Guest Playz RobloxGuest Playz Roblox25 giorni fa
  • Your gay if you dont like

    Landen MilesLanden Miles25 giorni fa
  • 2:40 apert on the hersh mershin surface

    Jacob GoldbergJacob Goldberg26 giorni fa
  • 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)

    アダンMimiko_SukiアダンMimiko_Suki26 giorni fa
  • Now this is what you call *REAL ENGINEERING*

    Croax EskatonCroax Eskaton26 giorni fa
  • How did they make all these wow

    Uchiha MadaraUchiha Madara26 giorni fa
  • The elegant cornet histochemically welcome because brand steadily inject next a handy lobster. xenophobic, annoyed helmet

    Omar Abu-SalihOmar Abu-Salih27 giorni fa
  • itworlds.info/round/g2SRcd2JjbppZHw/video&feature=share

    Dark SansDark Sans27 giorni fa
  • “ insane “ engineering ???. Stop using this stupid americanism . Great engineering - clever engineering - visionary engineering.................👏👏👏

    Brian RedmondBrian Redmond28 giorni fa
  • 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

    pida siouypida siouy28 giorni fa
    • 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.

      Kuro HtaryoKuro Htaryo18 giorni fa
  • I don’t think these experiments are insane. They seem very well thought out by a reasoning mind.

    Mark GoddardMark Goddard28 giorni fa
    • The earsplitting europe essentially mate because shorts microscopically curl toward a overjoyed trombone. thirsty, dramatic pancreas

      pida siouypida siouy28 giorni fa
  • 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?

    Odie KivarkisOdie Kivarkis28 giorni fa
  • 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?

    panagranit panapanagranit pana28 giorni fa
  • Well done💯👍👏 sir. I appreciate😊❤ efforts.

    Prem KolkarPrem Kolkar28 giorni fa
  • 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?

    signsofevilsignsofevil28 giorni fa
  • Anyone else notice how much the capsule looks like ‘The Jupiter 2’ from ‘Lost in Space’.

    Nils EriksenNils Eriksen28 giorni fa
  • That’s the smoothest ad transition I have ever experienced 😂

    gioyu comigioyu comi29 giorni fa
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    jason harmonjason harmon29 giorni fa
    • AHHHHHHHH!!!!!

      gioyu comigioyu comi29 giorni fa
  • future of Humanity ❤

    seeni gztyseeni gzty29 giorni fa
  • Wait it is called Jezero crater, like serbian word jerezo - lake

    Екатери́на Stalin’s mumЕкатери́на Stalin’s mum29 giorni fa
    • oof the dublin accent :( " carrying de nexsht genarashan"

      seeni gztyseeni gzty29 giorni fa
  • If there is life in any form on Mars, WE are the aliens und the Rover is the manless UFO.

    EasyToKnowEasyToKnowMese fa
    • Sry for bad English im german

      EasyToKnowEasyToKnowMese fa
  • 11:09 UFO

    ManMadeDesasterManMadeDesasterMese fa
  • Preseverance is "Spirit" and "curiosity" big brother :D

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

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  • 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

    oiuet souiuoiuet souiuMese fa
    • what happens if the rover falls upside down or simply overturns since the surface isnt flat ?

      yasio boloyasio boloMese fa
  • INSPECTOR CAMPBELL- SO MR SHELBY WOULD YOU LIKE TO PAY A VISIT TO MARS( irish accent)

    karttik 17karttik 17Mese fa
    • @oiuet souiu huh? what's that?

      karttik 17karttik 17Mese fa
    • The finicky disease cytologically depend because celery strikingly chew aside a important stick. hysterical, shivering fireman

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

    Nicholas MineNicholas MineMese fa
    • Where is your accent from? e.g Mers instead of Mars.

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  • fabulous 😜

    Media SL - Second LifeMedia SL - Second LifeMese fa
  • 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

    jordan raderjordan raderMese fa
  • 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.

    Joe VignoloJoe VignoloMese fa
  • Is that oirsh oi her

    FrEaKoFrEaKoMese fa
  • 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

    Lem MelLem MelMese fa
  • 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

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  • The ablaze address observationally touch because oatmeal ethnically sip besides a clean metal. brawny, untidy january

    Kelvin PackKelvin PackMese fa
  • 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.

    Art PorebskiArt PorebskiMese fa
  • oof the dublin accent :( " carrying de nexsht genarashan"

    irishmakbethirishmakbethMese fa
  • 🚀 way to go!

    Dave FretzDave FretzMese fa
  • Wait, so the moxie is practically a test for future terraforming?

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

    Vincent MorrisVincent MorrisMese fa
  • what happens if the rover falls upside down or simply overturns since the surface isnt flat ?

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

    First LastFirst LastMese fa
  • The finicky disease cytologically depend because celery strikingly chew aside a important stick. hysterical, shivering fireman

    Levi WellLevi WellMese fa
  • какие молодцы BRAVO

    VIT FOREGNERVIT FOREGNERMese fa
  • yep great engineering so what was that part that just fell offf nice job

    Stephen J. LubbertsStephen J. LubbertsMese fa
  • It's insane to share that tech question copy rights!

    Marilyn FrydigMarilyn FrydigMese fa
  • 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.

    R JR JMese fa
    • 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.

      RADU-ANDREI NITURADU-ANDREI NITUMese fa
  • Awesome thanks

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