This Helicopter Is Now On Mars!

2019-ж., 10-авг.
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The Mars Helicopter, Ingenuity aims to make the first powered flight on another planet when it takes off on Mars. It has now landed and safely checked in with the rover. It should detach and fly within the first 30-60 days of the mission. I learned a lot getting to visit the drone right before it was mounted on the rover at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena.
How do you fly in 1% of Earth's atmosphere:
Have large rotors (they are 1.2m in diameter) and spin them very fast, around 2500 RPM (5x the speed of a helicopter on Earth).
Plus the aircraft has to be light:
The Mars helicopter weighs in at 1.8kg or around the same as a laptop. Every piece had to be stripped down for weight. Instead of using aerogel for insulation, the craft makes use of CO2 gaps between components. Even aerogel was too heavy!
One of the major challenges is surviving the Martian night:
Temperatures plunge to -80C to -100C so two thirds of the craft's power is actually used to keep its electronics warm. Only one third is used for flying. The estimated flight time is 90 seconds.
The craft can't be driven remotely, it will have to fly autonomously, using its own sensor suite to determine how to fly. The round trip 20 minute delay with Earth means steering the craft from mission control would be impossible.
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Jonny Hyman was a legend in editing, animation, filming, and sound design for this video.

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  • Yep 20 minutes later and they’ll say oh no it’s stuck in a tree

    Keith BrownKeith Brown41 секунд мурун
  • looolll...on Mars???loooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooolll stupid people!

    OnTheEDgeOnTheEDge51 секунд мурун
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    david rabdavid rab37 мүнөт мурун
  • So smart people, Thanks for doing for USA. But i think can we keep secrets, other nation may copy , they are trying to stole from us many things

    Tom TranTom Tran45 мүнөт мурун
  • Whats about condensate inside your box? after heat? does your wires wont get wet?

    NewG3nGamingNewG3nGaming48 мүнөт мурун
  • I'm sure the video of it in flight will be amazing, if it ever really arrives there ?

    Rory O'NeilRory O'NeilСаат мурун
  • Very intricate!

    wunder womanwunder womanСаат мурун
  • And now it's flying there

    Bipul MohantoBipul MohantoСаат мурун
  • For the record part he uses a bell 47 jpg, the bell 47 is tiny, slow and can fly up to 16,000 feet

    German FoxGerman FoxСаат мурун
  • Metric system 💪🏻

    Hallo DuHallo DuСаат мурун
  • Can this helicopter re-orient itself if it falls belly up on the ground?

    chaitanya bhattchaitanya bhattСаат мурун
    • @chaitanya bhatt There's not enough wind to worry about, and the landing spot is planned before each flight. The weight is pretty close to the limit of what the motors/rotors can lift, so they didn't have the luxury of adding self-righting mechanics. If it fails, it fails. It's a technology test for the flight system, navigation, power charging and management, temperature control etc. Frankly, if it manages a single flight that will be deemed a huge success.

      Agent 666Agent 666Саат мурун
    • @Agent 666 oh god, what a terrible design. obviously, the unexpected wind gusts, rocks, loose soil and things of that nature are going to flip this toy anytime soon. would have made sense to factor in this feature in the design phase. intrigues me as to why they missed or ignored it.

      chaitanya bhattchaitanya bhattСаат мурун
    • No.

      Agent 666Agent 666Саат мурун
  • 10:17 is an actual Martian sunset?

    Jerónimo BetancurJerónimo BetancurСаат мурун
  • 🤣😂 Mars. Keep the hope alive. Like we can ever leave

    Anubis ThanatosAnubis Thanatos2 саат мурун
  • check out related tech content on my channel 💕 please do subscribe

    BeingmehullBeingmehull2 саат мурун
  • Oh goody we put a 10 billion dollar toy on another planes,

    A DillpickleA Dillpickle2 саат мурун
  • I just love how much it looks like a drone from Bioshock

    ColinColin3 саат мурун
  • This is total bs, no way that little solar panel can power that motor or charge a battery in any short amount of time. They may be able to get one minute of flight once per month.

    Hans Moleman ProductionsHans Moleman Productions3 саат мурун
    • What't your authority on the matter?

      PioneerzPioneerz2 саат мурун
    • Can you show us your calculation please?

      Agent 666Agent 6662 саат мурун
    • yeah? that's the idea

      Garrett TouringGarrett Touring3 саат мурун
  • Crousse

    Sebastien B.Sebastien B.3 саат мурун
  • Water at rest is flat and level, which means you guys is sniffing the ol' fantasy glue. and that thing is staying here

    bob questionbob question4 саат мурун
  • We love you NASA, thank you for doing such a great job.

    MarkoMarko4 саат мурун
    • HaHa.. Daj odrasti Marko.

      GladniMarvinGladniMarvin2 саат мурун
  • What ever happened to the moon?

    Wasabia JaponicaWasabia Japonica4 саат мурун
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    Coleman NyholmColeman Nyholm4 саат мурун
  • Comparing the RPM of this drone to helicopters is asinine: not the same diameter at all!!! Commercial drones are usually around 5000rmp, 2 times more than that drone. But smaller diameter. Yes the blades are quite fast compared to earth equivalent. But not that much faster.

    Quantus Tremor Est FuturusQuantus Tremor Est Futurus4 саат мурун
    • Yes, the rim speed is similar; it's the swept volume that's much much larger in order to compensate for the thinner atmosphere.

      Agent 666Agent 6662 саат мурун
  • Sure it is..... Sure.... If you believe anything from NASA, You must be quite Willfully ignorant..... Sadly, smart people get lied too easily... Academics are filled with Dogma, Pseudo science and lies...

    Rad!.Rad!.4 саат мурун
    • Yeah, much better to be dumb, eh?

      John JayJohn JayСаат мурун
    • Like you've ever been in academics and completed it..

      PioneerzPioneerzСаат мурун
    • Do you have specific comments about why it might not be true, or do you just have a general hatred of smart people doing smart things?

      Agent 666Agent 6662 саат мурун
  • Where can I get plastic copies of those rotor blades???

    Thomas ManningThomas Manning4 саат мурун
  • That's cool and all, but what kind of office chair is that? haha

    619MikeR619MikeR4 саат мурун
  • Will never fly dude did you not hear??? JPL dropped a couple of grenades on the Percy

    Anomalies of the UniverseAnomalies of the Universe5 саат мурун
  • Changing the title... smart move. ^^

    bobiboulonbobiboulon5 саат мурун
  • it's interesting to me, that batteries that are in similar efficiency can not be developed for -100 °C. Also that electronics needs to be warmed up o.O When overclocking chips are usually kept way below that temperature, but again, I think it's the capacitors that are the issue again.

    MaDrungMaDrung5 саат мурун
    • It's because battery chemistry incorporate electrolyte fluids that freeze at those temperatures. And things that freezes expands thus destroying the batteries. Solid batteries exist, but they don't come near the energy density that lithium ion batteries have (and those need electrolyte to function) Super capacitors has electrolyte in them as well so those would be destroyed at -100 as well. That is why the batteries need to be kept warm.

      PioneerzPioneerzСаат мурун
  • 2:59 The fakest real laugh ever

    Callum FraserCallum Fraser5 саат мурун
  • What's the point of going to all this effort for a flying machine that can only fly for 90 seconds ?!

    Francis MaxinoFrancis Maxino5 саат мурун
    • To prove it can be done. Whatever the data that comes back if it works or not. can be used to confirm or dismiss current knowledge on the matter. So no matter what science wins in the end

      PioneerzPioneerzСаат мурун
    • It's a technology test; if it works then future Mars drones will carry science payloads.

      Agent 666Agent 6662 саат мурун
  • Thts so cool

    dick castledick castle5 саат мурун
  • so a planet without atmosphere has a helicopter that flies on it. hmmm its almost like they're not telling us things..

    Rockos ghostRockos ghost5 саат мурун
    • @Rockos ghost That's good to hear. But your mannerism doesn't really welcome a healthy debate with name calling and what not. They flew the thing in a vacuum chamber with 1% atmosphere of earth, why wouldn't that work on mars as well??

      PioneerzPioneerzСаат мурун
    • @Rockos ghost No one asked for your uninformed opinion. Why don't you delete this whole thread?

      John JayJohn JayСаат мурун
    • @Rockos ghost Is that moron for "no I didn't do the calculation because it's beyond me and it might not give me the answer I want"? Cool. I did do the calculation. So did JPL. You lose thanks for playing.

      Agent 666Agent 666Саат мурун
    • @Agent 666 thx for playing twat waffle..

      Rockos ghostRockos ghostСаат мурун
    • @Rockos ghost So have you done the calculations? I did ask but you seem to have forgotten to answer.

      Agent 666Agent 666Саат мурун
  • Stupidity. There is no air on Mars. He can't fly!!! Howwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

    Tomo TomTomo Tom5 саат мурун
    • They haven't flown it on Mars yet. But there is air on Mars regardless of whether the copter will work.

      John JayJohn Jay3 саат мурун
    • Yes and the helicopter was already flying 😂😂😂

      Tomo TomTomo Tom4 саат мурун
    • Mars has an atmosphere.

      John JayJohn Jay5 саат мурун
  • This accomplishment is far greater than soft landing on the moon... With the $330 Billion a year Worldwide Space Budget NASA needs to get Jeff Bezo’s lunar landing accomplished so they can fix a super high definition camera to the moon... I really want to see our Pear Shaped Oblate Spheroid Tilted Wobbling And Spinning In Space, I truly want to go back to the Ball... Until then I wish all sentient beings Peace and Love and I will continue to be a Flat Vegan Swiss...

    Flat SwissFlat Swiss6 саат мурун
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  • Title editing confused me

    Robert greyRobert grey7 саат мурун
  • I kept wondering how I missed the first powered flight on another planet that happened over a year ago?! Title editing confused me...

    Robert greyRobert grey7 саат мурун
  • NUT$ ... per NASA’s earlier info. = a lotta cognitive-dissonance-physics. Soooo... show it flying here AT and IN Earth’s equivalent atmosphere and I might believe this WAAAAY too expensive TOY promo. ... and don’t forget the story about WINDS at the Mars myth. Solve practical problem$ here at “Earth FIRST” !

    cocoweepahcocoweepah7 саат мурун
    • Man you're nuts lol

      Volcanite .0Volcanite .06 саат мурун
  • Thanks for resharing!

    JoeyzoomJoeyzoom7 саат мурун
  • How will it fly if the atmosphere is only %0.01 air

    Niki KazachkovNiki Kazachkov7 саат мурун
    • Just fine; the atmosphere is just one of the factors, and this has been designed for the environment.

      Agent 666Agent 6666 саат мурун
    • Its not 0.01%, it's just 1%

      Volcanite .0Volcanite .06 саат мурун
  • 😂😂😂 hhhh Mickey mouse Spiderman and Superman.. you are milking your child mind with big lies

    Mohamed AaziMohamed Aazi7 саат мурун
  • And Ingenuity is up and flyin on Mars

    Siddharth RanjitSiddharth Ranjit7 саат мурун
  • Wow

    Martin KerrMartin Kerr7 саат мурун
  • I still don't get how this can fly on mars without any air on mars... can anyone explain?

    CubisideCubiside7 саат мурун
    • @Bro John Just stay in your lane and don't shove beliefs onto others...

      PioneerzPioneerz55 мүнөт мурун
    • @Agent 666 then why does everyone mock Jesus Christ and not every other religion? there is no denying there is an agenda against followers of Christ, and it is satanic, they have you deceived in their matrix. you have your free will but i truly do pray you come to the Truth.

      Bro JohnBro JohnСаат мурун
    • @Bro John My carefully chosen name collects another victim. Be careful believing in sky fairies; there are so many to choose from and the odds of getting the right one are not good. Even if there is a right one.

      Agent 666Agent 6662 саат мурун
    • @Agent 666 wrong its all a lie.. and your username just adds more proof that nasa is a bunch of decievers.. every knee will bow to Jesus Christ in the end.. hope you change your position before its too late.

      Bro JohnBro John2 саат мурун
    • @Agent 666 cool never knew that! Thanks!

      CubisideCubiside5 саат мурун
  • Spoke would say, "fascinating!"

    Paul's CCNAPaul's CCNA7 саат мурун
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  • Does it have a self righting mechanism? I could see this lying on it's side after afternoon winds. Can the rover turn it back up? Looks to have a high CG over the landing gear.

    isettechisettech7 саат мурун
    • @isettech That is a possibility, but even if it just flies once it would be a victory for the team of sciencetests I reckon

      PioneerzPioneerz48 мүнөт мурун
    • @Volcanite .0 I'm assuming it flies for a minute and a half, then is ls landed and solar charging, where it might get blown over or land with a rock under a leg and tip it. If it falls over, it will never fly again.

      isettechisettech57 мүнөт мурун
    • I would assume that since it's an autonomous drone it can self right

      Volcanite .0Volcanite .06 саат мурун
  • Fibre carbon blades and small box motors fake why they dont give fire fighter this kind of material to make their suits resisting high level temperature.. radiation resisting material that thin sci fi

    Mevine VenMevine Ven7 саат мурун
    • Because it's extremely expensive

      Volcanite .0Volcanite .06 саат мурун
  • L.I.E misinformation agents

    Mevine VenMevine Ven8 саат мурун
    • Why

      Volcanite .0Volcanite .06 саат мурун
  • what is that low humming in the background? 14:50 i keep thinking i'm getting a call and my phone is on vibrate when listening on headphones

    Rimantas KazlauskasRimantas Kazlauskas8 саат мурун
  • I call BS no air resistance no flight. Parachutes don't work either. Shenanigans

    Now & LaterNow & Later8 саат мурун
    • There is an atmosphere. Parachutes do work.

      Agent 666Agent 6666 саат мурун
    • I have a feeling the workers that nasa employs might just know what they're doing

      Volcanite .0Volcanite .06 саат мурун
  • what a stupid thing...

    Vitor Da CostaVitor Da Costa8 саат мурун
    • 🤣

      GladniMarvinGladniMarvin2 саат мурун
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    C YC Y8 саат мурун
  • People have hard time understanding that the tips of a rotor or propeller are moving faster then the rest of the rotor. Just like the outside of a wheel is moving faster then the center of wheel even though the rpm is the same

    maxfedor1maxfedor18 саат мурун
    • Man people in these comments keep saying that the mars rover doesn't exist

      Volcanite .0Volcanite .06 саат мурун
  • The helicopter is lighter than my laptop ='(

    C YC Y8 саат мурун
  • Весит как ноутбук?! Да ладно!!!!))))) Вы создали крутую вещь. которая работает по времени, как три батарейки от смартфона))) Наса - молодцы!

    small banana-fishsmall banana-fish9 саат мурун
  • The billion dollar question.... what happens when it doesn't land on its feet?

    Ken DesignKen Design9 саат мурун
    • Its out of service, unless they are willing to program a manuver that would use the rovers robot arm to push it

      PioneerzPioneerz41 мүнөт мурун
  • Iv'e been looking to find out if this thing will be taking photos and videos or not.

    Alexander insubordinateAlexander insubordinate9 саат мурун
    • It has a camera for navigation. I assume some photos from that will be passed to the rover for transmission to Earth, but I don't know for sure.

      Agent 666Agent 6666 саат мурун
  • This is so pointless unless they want to get data from the atmosphere. All that tech in that drone to make it move about gyro and all that for 90 seconds flight waste of time tbh.

    TheMrLogisticsTheMrLogistics9 саат мурун
    • It's a technology test; future drones will have scientific payloads.

      Agent 666Agent 6666 саат мурун
    • @John Jay EXACTLY

      Volcanite .0Volcanite .06 саат мурун
    • Also proof of concept for future missions.

      John JayJohn Jay8 саат мурун
    • So there's no use in designing a flying drone before people arrive? Nobody has ever used a drone for anything useful? None of the astronauts that get to mars will ever find a use for a drone? Yeah totally a waste of time.

      Volcanite .0Volcanite .08 саат мурун
  • Fine example why diversity works

    Marton SarudiMarton Sarudi9 саат мурун
    • @Miloslav Tokár i think he's talking about the people that made the drone

      Volcanite .0Volcanite .06 саат мурун
    • How that rc helicopter diverse

      Miloslav TokárMiloslav Tokár9 саат мурун
  • So eventually we’ll have Waze for Mars. Sick.

    ArcadeicArcadeic9 саат мурун
  • Get ready for the first interplanetary noise complaints.

    Paul PutterPaul Putter10 саат мурун
  • What are the conical spikes coming up and down on the blades?

    Pat HPat H11 саат мурун
  • Why are you wasting all this money to fly a freaking helicopter on Mars give the money to buy some starving people instead of worrying about playing on mars with your helicopter get real people.

    Truth's & ElectronicsTruth's & Electronics11 саат мурун
    • man if you're mad at nasa having less than $20 billion, boy you should hear about how much amazon wastes, or better yet, our $700+ military budget which goes towards blowing up sand and poor kids.

      Garrett TouringGarrett Touring3 саат мурун
    • Why is us spending 600 billion dollars yearly on military. The helicopter is actually useful

      Miloslav TokárMiloslav Tokár9 саат мурун
    • Buying people is illegal.

      John JayJohn Jay11 саат мурун
  • Why believe these people because they’re successful with tons of PhD‘s because they show you with your own eyes because we all have to believe The materialistic world of this is the only way lol things look be very deceiving if you look for key signs I work in Perception as a Remote viewer I help find missing people with law-enforcement I work in Sensory Perception these people lie they don’t want you to I know the truth they are trying to exaggerate Their emotions to get you to believe it’s real and the truth is far-fetched everything they put up there is CGI and they actually willing to show you CGI of how True is that it where is the real Proof if they have these amazing megapixel cameras extremely down to the very fine megapixel why is the pictures always washed out it’s all nonsense people and they’re going to continue to do try to convince you and continue to enslave you as well

    Survival NinjaSurvival Ninja11 саат мурун
    • @Volcanite .0 I’m not the one being a troll 😈 🤣😂😅😂😅😂😂🤣🤣

      Survival NinjaSurvival Ninja6 саат мурун
    • Okay schizo

      Volcanite .0Volcanite .06 саат мурун
  • @Veritasuim. I don't know if it is only me but the sound of this Helicopter sounds like a tripod from the "War of the worlds". Poor Marsians!

    Daniel StoinovDaniel Stoinov12 саат мурун
    • i thought the same thing!

      Garrett TouringGarrett Touring3 саат мурун
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    Ifeoma AnagboguIfeoma Anagbogu12 саат мурун
  • No.... it's not in mars.... nothing is on mars... WAKE UP. NASA is nothing but a Freemason money grab. None of it is real.

    Cory CanadaCory Canada12 саат мурун
    • You tell em maga jesus!

      Volcanite .0Volcanite .08 саат мурун
  • Not its not, lol.

    Alpha White MaleAlpha White Male12 саат мурун
  • I'd love to spend the day looking around there, asking questions, I'm getting More interested in this Mars gig day by day, can't get enough of the images,it awaked something in my head that I can't put my finger on tbh, it's like I can't get my head around that I'm looking at a planet that has absolutely nothing living on it and is millions of miles away, Will we really try and look to land humans on there😳

    Noname 1stNoname 1st12 саат мурун
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    Chavez DavidChavez David12 саат мурун
  • Sounds more like a Cessna lol

    Noname 1stNoname 1st12 саат мурун
  • I'm not really amazed ....my Blade 500X heli is even lighter ... and if i would use all carbon parts it would be even lighter.... strange when scientists make something its always amazing but normal beings have flown things like this since 30 years LOL thanks to youtube we finally get to see those normal people inventing stuff now that is AMAZING !

    Channel VRChannel VR13 саат мурун
    • The battery in your drone would freeze before it even got to Mars. Even with that fixed, your drone wouldn't be able to lift itself in the Martian atmosphere. There's several man-years worth of development in this thing.

      Agent 666Agent 6666 саат мурун
    • @Volcanite .0 duh they flew mice, dogs and monkeys through space.... Pretty sure this would survive... Meanwhile I found out that they are actually using the original futaba gyroscope... Lol. That's why I like Elon Musk he goes 6x faster then Nasa because he uses on the shelf parts.

      Channel VRChannel VR6 саат мурун
    • @Channel VR how would your drone stand up to a rocket launch? Flying through space? All the extreme radiation? Landing on another planet? Different mission constraints than you're plastic toy

      Volcanite .0Volcanite .08 саат мурун
    • @nosferatu5 all due respect my so called plastic toys are made from carbon Fibre and aluminium alloi. And I can see they even used the same aluminium link rods for the rotor head lol...

      Channel VRChannel VR12 саат мурун
    • They have different mission constraints than your plastic toys I’m pretty sure.

      nosferatu5nosferatu513 саат мурун
  • dont waste your breath, were going to neptune, litterally

    Disc GolfDisc Golf13 саат мурун
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    George SmithGeorge Smith13 саат мурун
    • WOAH REALLY?

      Volcanite .0Volcanite .08 саат мурун
  • Man, looking at the hype the landing of Perseverance generated makes me really happy. That means there are actually still a lot of people interested in science and discoveries. Can't wait for the JWST launch. Really crossing my fingers this time it will happen and no more delays.

    QuantumS1ngularityQuantumS1ngularity13 саат мурун
  • life before covid too close hhh

    Ahmed lzAhmed lz13 саат мурун
  • You’re trying so hard to sound impressed but it’s really just a light weight drone with terrible battery life. You can get a $200 drone on Amazon with all the same tech. This one is prob $5 mil though haha

    Rat Rod Studios - DRR Customs LtdRat Rod Studios - DRR Customs Ltd14 саат мурун
    • It's a self charging self heating lightweight drone with very large carefully designed rotor blades. It communicates with Earth via the rover, accepts flight profiles from Earth and follows them by using a camera for navigation. It's specially designed to fly in the thin atmosphere, not freeze in the very cold temperatures at night, and not overheat during daytime flights despite the lack of convectional cooling. It's a custom design with a production batch size of one. I'm struggling to find such a drone on Amazon.

      Agent 666Agent 666Саат мурун
    • Can the $200 drone fly on mars? Okay tard

      Volcanite .0Volcanite .08 саат мурун
  • with the high winds it won't last very long at all

    ge45ge Calledge45ge Called14 саат мурун
    • @Agent 666 what are you talking MARTIAN! , the rover was losing power because the solar panels were dirty, so all of a sudden they were clean, first dirty then clean, so your saying is a Martian cleaned the panels off?

      ge45ge Calledge45ge Called59 мүнөт мурун
    • Winds on Mars have negligible force, despite what The Martian suggested.

      Agent 666Agent 666Саат мурун
    • @Volcanite .0 strong twisters storm's, strong enough to clean the sands off the rovers, no place for a flimsy RC chopper

      ge45ge Calledge45ge Called8 саат мурун
    • High winds in 1% atomosphere sure sounds dangerous /s

      Volcanite .0Volcanite .08 саат мурун
  • Wow he actually changed the title lol

    Fire TigerFire Tiger14 саат мурун
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  • 創意..贊

    喬冶喬冶14 саат мурун
  • I wanna know the brand of that fishing line. LOL

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  • Good tday for Fishing,Eh? HUHA!

    ErnyJ.R.C.ErnyJ.R.C.14 саат мурун
  • so the title changed, huh? I SEE YOU!! lol

    SLAP1FACESLAP1FACE15 саат мурун
  • 2:59 lmao that laugh came out of nowhere.

    Günther SteinerGünther Steiner15 саат мурун
  • 2:20 But the speed of sound on Mars shouldn't differ from Earth's? I don't get it...

    roucoupseroucoupse15 саат мурун
  • okay, yeah. the real question is. Who watches this video and is like "nah, I don't like this" and thumbs down??? (also its not the real question)

    flyingsquirle6flyingsquirle615 саат мурун
  • Cutoff 90

    Chinnam PraveenkumarChinnam Praveenkumar15 саат мурун
  • Why you say gyro but accelerometer, say gyros and accelos

    zhyzaprezhyzazhyzaprezhyza15 саат мурун
  • 2:00 showing American heli with Russian flag seems to me so ridiculus

    marat61marat6115 саат мурун
  • waiting for flat earther to comment

    panda pandapanda panda15 саат мурун
    • I saw a few that said the moon landing was fake and that the drone was a $200 amazon drone and that nasa is a fraud

      Volcanite .0Volcanite .08 саат мурун
  • This part with "come in, 1.5 mins in the air on another planet is a lot" just sounds like smeering of honey around the mouths of the developers to me, the way he said this was very artificial. To be honest 90 seconds isn't really much. Don't want to discredit the engineering but one still has to be objective.

    Martin MartinMartin Martin16 саат мурун
    • Yea, His reaction gave it away.

      Joshua pereJoshua pere8 саат мурун
  • the title is edited. he's freaking updated. Salute buddy

    Ronel BercasioRonel Bercasio16 саат мурун
  • The guarded beautician metabolically continue because crayon genomically mourn onto a smart increase. ordinary, industrious amusement

    Yeh jaw Loj kizYeh jaw Loj kiz16 саат мурун
  • But we can't fix our issues here on earth? We can just go screw up another planet

    AlexAlex16 саат мурун
    • @fssax kjus ignore him, he's just some fool that doesn't understand how the world works

      Volcanite .0Volcanite .08 саат мурун
    • @Alex You claim - you proof.

      fssax kjusfssax kjus14 саат мурун
    • @fssax kjus figure it out

      AlexAlex15 саат мурун
    • @Alex The question remains: How does this screw up another planet?

      fssax kjusfssax kjus15 саат мурун
    • You might be a slow fellow

      AlexAlex16 саат мурун
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