The first ever Mars helicopter is INGENIOUS

When NASA launches its next Mars rover this summer, it will have a very special cargo on board: A helicopter. NASA's Ingenuity aims to be the first robot to take flight on another planet. Here's why it's such a big deal.
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  • Doing a science project - Question about the signals from earth to the helicopter, how long does it take to transmit the signal? Not how long does it take to get to mars, how long is the transmitter sending the signal? If you don't know, any links would be appreciated as I can't seem to find any info from Google. Thanks!

    Bill McElgunnBill McElgunn4 timer siden
  • When humans land and see aliens waving? 0:18 lol

    PhantomMatrixPhantomMatrix6 dager siden
  • flying drone on Earth is far more complicated...refer to FAA rules and regulations...

    SardaukarSardaukar6 dager siden
  • the carbon props are just like paramotor props.

    TONY PARAMOTORTONY PARAMOTOR8 dager siden
  • again? bahahaha keep telling yourself that.

    j johnsonj johnson8 dager siden
  • Hahahahhahahahahahahahhahhahhahah

    Sinisa StegnjaicSinisa Stegnjaic13 dager siden
  • And you beleive this lol.

    Sinisa StegnjaicSinisa Stegnjaic13 dager siden
  • What's the status of ingenuity now..?🤔🙄

    Ramesh KumarRamesh Kumar21 dag siden
  • Aliens on the Mars will grab that drone chopper for fun.

    lkl2lkl221 dag siden
  • Wait What?

    Webit TutorialsWebit Tutorials21 dag siden
  • Don't believe this s*** that you're seeing man there is no helicopter on Mars okay these people cannot even hardly do the Moon okay this is all computer animated that's all there is to it they won't go back on the moon and the reason is because they've never been to the Moon I have way too many questions about the gravity pull and the dust and the way people fall and the way people ran and walked there was too many way too many questions this is why they will not go back to the Moon or if they've been to the Moon because if they really did there would be a drastic change and there is no change in the Moon do not believe this stuff people.. also how in the world do you have a picture of video of something what is taking the video exactly it's all computer animated it's not right it's fake

    Doug's TruckingDoug's Trucking23 dager siden
  • I would much rather have seen a microscopy experiment than a helicopter, but I guess microscopes are not as "kewl" as a copter.

    stitchem7stitchem726 dager siden
  • did there is air and gravity on mars !!!

    yaz microyaz micro27 dager siden
  • A great party trick!

    Kel BoyceKel Boyce29 dager siden
  • Meanwhile at mars: we spotted a ufo,

    BannedBannedMåned siden
  • CRAZY HOW MANY B R A I N W A S H E D R E T A R D S BY THIS NONSENSE,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,MMMMBAAAAAAAAAAA

    art garrelliart garrelliMåned siden
  • FAKE

    art garrelliart garrelliMåned siden
  • NASA! To deceive!!!! How! How, when there is no gravity??? Please explain!!! They making up crap man! That is on Earth!!!

    Tony MonthanaTony MonthanaMåned siden
    • Lmao, no gravity? Any object with mass has gravity, Newton figured that out centuries ago. Also, NASA doesn't mean to deceive, maybe if you do some research for yourself you would figure it out.

      Luis LanderosLuis Landeros29 dager siden
    • Actually, YOU are STUPID for not understanding what I am saying! Just like the moon dummy, gravity is different out there!! He even says it in the video gravity is different! Once again smarty pants,. NASA means to deceive!! Do your research!

      Tony MonthanaTony MonthanaMåned siden
    • No gravity on Mars, are you stupid? Who claims that? And how can there be no gravity on Mars, do you even know how gravity works?

      Sebastian NolteSebastian NolteMåned siden
  • Haha what a joke. A helicopter would not fly in that atmosphere 😂

    LEOLEOMåned siden
  • This is probably the first time i've seen someone from SA on NOcds

    Whatever this isWhatever this isMåned siden
  • Weird ..! ..If humans spoil the beautiful earth with wars and pollution, and seek life on a dead planet

    sammsammMåned siden
  • Just remember it’s only about 60 sec of flight time

    Jose GarciaJose GarciaMåned siden
  • rover : ey yall looks like you're mission is ready! mars helicopter : aight imma head out!

    PÁRÁK_ŚPÁRÁK_ŚMåned siden
  • The first helicopter on mars that was bulit by humans. No way of knowing if other species have bulit and flown aircraft on mars.

    Louie LouieLouie LouieMåned siden
  • NOcds certainly is pushing more commercials these days.

    ChrisChrisMåned siden
  • What really can they do to make a helicopters work with no atmosphere!? How does that work?

    Errkel CurbyErrkel CurbyMåned siden
    • Who claims that there is no atmosphere on Mars? It is just very thin.

      Sebastian NolteSebastian NolteMåned siden
  • That helicopter can’t possibly take of on Mars. With only 1% of Earth air pressure and taking into account the one third Earth gravity, the blades would have to rotate at 16,666 rpm, but it’s only going to rotate at 2400 rpm..

    John BremnerJohn BremnerMåned siden
  • We are watching those cartoons right now. So helicopter in 100 times.less atmosphere? ....I feel I'm stupid

    north undertakernorth undertakerMåned siden
    • Well, it is stupid to think, that you have more knowledge about this stuff than actual aerospace engineers who build airplanes or helicopters. And it is really stupid to think, that NASA would present such a hoax to the entire world, that can be easily debunked by a random guy on NOcds

      Sebastian NolteSebastian NolteMåned siden
  • Still skeptical.

    Android300ZXNAAndroid300ZXNAMåned siden
  • Say goodbye to any profound Space Programs as of Jan. 2021 (you know who I'm referring to).

    David HigginbothamDavid HigginbothamMåned siden
  • " major challenges" like the Van Allen Belt? And keeping those damn aerosols the planes leave behind out of the photo

    jett888jett888Måned siden
  • L maybe they should edit out the sai's before releasing this nasa parody

    jett888jett888Måned siden
  • Sounds like Dave Beckham

    InatsikapInatsikapMåned siden
  • Blaming Mars for mistakes made by NASA.

    Mark RobinsonMark RobinsonMåned siden
  • It would have been INGENIOUS if Nasa would have designed the sky crane to be reusable and generate its own propellant while Perseverances collects all of the samples reusing the sky crane to breaks Mars gravity then deploy the rocket that's going to carry the samples giving us more fuel for a faster return back to earth.

    Fubar CNCFubar CNCMåned siden
  • Người ngoài hành tinh là có thật? Bạn đã đến nhà của tôi được sao ko nghĩ đến chuyện tôi đã đến nhà của bạn từ lâu rồi ???? Hahaha!!!

    Hanh NguyenHanh NguyenMåned siden
  • I am the 510,000th viewer of this video

    Allen RelevoAllen RelevoMåned siden
  • so what is wrong with the idea of a cylinder of compressed helium to inflate a dreigible shaped balloon with a small prop for direction

    alex smithalex smithMåned siden
  • 'freaking' helicopter - really? You're obviously not a journalist

    Orlando NelthorpeOrlando NelthorpeMåned siden
  • So if NASA can't break through the firmament wall how did they make it to Mars

    Ashley PearsonAshley PearsonMåned siden
    • @Sebastian Nolte when there is wool over your eyes it's so much easier to be misled wake up

      Ashley PearsonAshley PearsonMåned siden
    • In the 1950s the government made a laser beam rocket to shoot up into the atmosphere to break the firmament wall wish they have yet to do so do your research

      Ashley PearsonAshley PearsonMåned siden
    • @Sebastian Nolte when the father said that he would separate the Seas from this Cee that's the Earthly Cee from the Heavenly sees the Heavenly Cee what separates the word from the firmament do you research before you reply to a person which you know nothing of what your speaking of

      Ashley PearsonAshley PearsonMåned siden
    • @Sebastian Nolte Genesis chapter 1 verse 16 obviously you don't know the Bible obviously you are a non-believer of the father's word obviously to you the father is a liar I'll pray for you for you know not what you do or what you say you are lost

      Ashley PearsonAshley PearsonMåned siden
    • There is no "firmament wall"

      Sebastian NolteSebastian NolteMåned siden
  • Who wants dome cells with the cool aid?

    MISSING IN ACTION RACINGMISSING IN ACTION RACINGMåned siden
  • Would plane old drones not work on Mars surely it would be cheaper

    Cody 2021Cody 2021Måned siden
  • Nuestro planeta Tierra es hoy el único lugar conocido que alberga vida. La posible existencia de vida extraterrestre es una cuestión que ha fascinado a la humanidad durante siglos. Desde el punto de vista científico, obtener una respuesta requiere un enorme esfuerzo colaborativo entre múltiples campos de investigación científica que incluyen astronomía, física, química, biología, geología, e incluso filosofía de la ciencia. Es importante no perder de vista que este impulso por explorar otros planetas, no nos distraiga de lo mas importante que es cuidar el nuestro, que hasta ahora es un paraíso único, en medio del desierto espacial.

    Bernardi HugoBernardi HugoMåned siden
  • Hi, I’m from my the future

    Nikolas MasonNikolas MasonMåned siden
  • THE FIRST HELICPTER WAS NOT THE VS 300!!!!

    Mathias R. sander-nielsenMathias R. sander-nielsenMåned siden
  • This helicopter’s engines were developed by a Portuguese.

    MrRuisimoesMrRuisimoesMåned siden
  • Mars is a dry planet of sands and rocks without life. In contrast to Earth is a wet planet of water and green for life.

    Xi LeXi LeMåned siden
  • devon island ,capricorn one

    marxman00marxman00Måned siden
  • I thought the landing craft was the drone

    hothmandonhothmandonMåned siden
  • Give Boston Dynamics "Atlas" a proper winter coat and send him to Mars. He will do some mileage and get some work done there.

    tweakradjetweakradjeMåned siden
  • NASA sent a helicopter to mars so is Dyson is going to send a vacuum cleaner to mars? or maybe not.

    HjonkamgouseHjonkamgouseMåned siden
  • It's about to begin it's mission now? will we get HD video?

    Nate HerrickNate HerrickMåned siden
  • And ladies and gentlemen this is now officially history

    chooqi7chooqi7Måned siden
  • MASHAALLAH khub valo video....

    Md.Moinul IslamMd.Moinul IslamMåned siden
  • It can not work, impossible.

    Dally JacobsonDally JacobsonMåned siden
    • shut up

      Adrian Acevedo CaliendoAdrian Acevedo CaliendoMåned siden
  • A helicopter in Mars? I thought Mars didn’t have atmosphere therefore no gases = how the tf is this machine catching air to lift off??

    Alexis PalaciosAlexis PalaciosMåned siden
    • @Samnang Eang oh

      Alexis PalaciosAlexis PalaciosMåned siden
    • Mars has an atmosphere. Compared to the Earth atmosphere, it contains much more carbon dioxide (a little more than 95%) and much less oxygen (less than 1 %).

      Samnang EangSamnang EangMåned siden
  • When the atmosphere is thin, the downward stream must be much faster for efficient and effective upthrust.

    Jocelyn JosephJocelyn JosephMåned siden
  • If helicopters require an atmosphere to work, NASA has previously claimed there is no atmosphere on Mars. So, was NASA caught “ misleading” the public once again? The lift that is produced is proportional to the density of air; the higher the density, the more lift is produced and the more comfortably the helicopter can fly, and vice-versa. Less air density means less lift .

    Flow RiderFlow RiderMåned siden
    • At no point have they said Mars doesn’t have an atmosphere. It has an atmosphere with about 1% the surface pressure of earth.

      Alex SiemersAlex SiemersMåned siden
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    Victoria AmeliaVictoria AmeliaMåned siden
  • Don't freak out if those cameras catch something "not from that world", this is not the first rover/robot mission to Mars. Congratulations to the successful missions, but a number of missions didn't make it (crashed), so many debris can be found out there, just lying around.

    sea xsesea xseMåned siden
  • You video does not explain the tech NASA used to overcome the thin atmosphere.....

    tuscancmhtuscancmhMåned siden
  • It is like an alien chestbuster.

    joel mendozajoel mendozaMåned siden
  • Can't even send a drone over there? Smh

    DogetuberytDogetuberytMåned siden
  • The Mars helicopter is sending explanations on Mars.

    Alissa BurgeAlissa BurgeMåned siden
  • particles are trapped between the turbine and pushed. also we can spin things faster in space because the ether is made of fast moving particles that can escape really quickly and spread out so it would be crucial to spin the turbine fast enough , to build up a significant pressure difference. this is just a concept by the way .

    Matthew CunninghamMatthew CunninghamMåned siden
  • What's the point of spending BILLIONS of dollars for this Mars research when we have loads of unsolved problems here on Earth?

    Niño Vincent OportoNiño Vincent OportoMåned siden
    • We can do both simultaneously

      Alex SiemersAlex SiemersMåned siden
  • If they can fly a helicopter on Mars, why can't they make an air compressor to blow the dust of the solar pannels?

    Simon NavarroSimon NavarroMåned siden
    • @Alex Siemers the Martian wind isn't always blowing. So the solar panels get a lot of dust on them. So my question is why can't they make an air compressor to clean the solar panels when there is no Martian wind.

      Simon NavarroSimon NavarroMåned siden
    • That “air compressor” is called the Martian wind

      Alex SiemersAlex SiemersMåned siden
    • they dont need to ,the have a very expensive magic wand, they use it for eveything

      marxman00marxman00Måned siden
  • What happens if it falls over?

    Red_FlamesRed_FlamesMåned siden
  • In the movie trilogyof RIDICK ,this scenario is logic for mining purposes in our future

    Rick HeffnerRick HeffnerMåned siden
  • I wouldn’t say it’s ingenious 😂

    Aaron OstopchukAaron OstopchukMåned siden
  • Doubt very much it will fly on mars.And we will never see real time footage of it flying on the surface either.

    BILL POWERBILL POWERMåned siden
  • I can't believe you said so at 0:28 . NASA have multiple missions planned for the red planet for the upcoming decades .

    ahmed r.ahmed r.Måned siden
  • How can fly this machine on the mars in low pressure atmosphere?

    SabartoasfaloiSabartoasfaloiMåned siden
    • very very good question ,now were thinkin!

      marxman00marxman00Måned siden
  • It's no helicopter. Git real it's a dam alien 👽 drone created to find little green men!

    burningfeet 53burningfeet 53Måned siden
  • Who is here after perseverence landing?

    Turbo GamerTurbo GamerMåned siden
  • I think this is all just a bunch of BULL$H!T meant to try and divert away from the failure of the Biden administration.

    Troy KiteTroy KiteMåned siden
  • It’s gonna be interesting to see what they can capture with this thing

    lovelyrosebwlovelyrosebwMåned siden
  • NASA are just a bunch of liars , so we are not interested !!

    FamillypetFamillypetMåned siden
  • This is all fun and all but nobody is ever going to live there. This entire story is intended to make you complacent about the destruction of earth, our only home. Forget about getting away and see if you can figure out how to live on earth. By the way, they can't even get a biodome to work on earth let alone Mars. In fifty years nobody has been able to figure out how to live in a can.

    Wilford ShiellWilford ShiellMåned siden
  • Whos here today 😎

    Shabbir RashidShabbir RashidMåned siden
  • In the final analysis, it's just a souped-up toy drone. PS - Without video, what's the point? This calls for motion, not still pictures.

    RayoscopeRayoscopeMåned siden
  • Lying again, whites are always craving sensations to prove superiority. Let's see you fix climate change and stop fooling yourselves.

    Headley MillinerHeadley MillinerMåned siden
    • @Alex Siemers you know now.

      Headley MillinerHeadley MillinerMåned siden
    • @Headley Milliner damn, didn’t know so much of human DNA was related to melanin production.

      Alex SiemersAlex SiemersMåned siden
    • @SP. Whites have one more thing to prove, that they are humans.

      Headley MillinerHeadley MillinerMåned siden
  • Nice bedroom but Arnie & your last-name first-name style shocked me. Change your name for good luck, anyway. BTW she y'day landed there safely, as they claimed. Let's see what happens next. Thanks for infor about the first chopper in 1939. Thanks again from Great Britain (Sat 20 Feb 2021 14h44)

    Different SaturnerDifferent SaturnerMåned siden
  • When ww get humans on mars do you think we could find Spirit and Opportunity and maybe save them?

    gebgebMåned siden
  • I hope scientist invented how to produce/ grow faster the plants/tress.

    BBY & KDS FUN SONGSBBY & KDS FUN SONGSMåned siden
  • Worst review ...

    Victor KVictor KMåned siden
  • It landed on my bday

    Kash RollKash RollMåned siden
  • re 1:30 I'm sure he meant 'air craft'.

    you2tooyou2tooyou2tooyou2tooMåned siden
  • video was so cringe

    Joseph Stalin Biden Socialist Sniff LordJoseph Stalin Biden Socialist Sniff LordMåned siden
  • Days ago, i had not even Heard of Jezero crater : To partake with live streaming of "Perseverance" is Incredible, epic . .being part of this Historical moment in our existence is SUPERB !!!

    Mark ManleyMark ManleyMåned siden
  • Looking forward to the photos thanks

    Bruce SharpeBruce SharpeMåned siden
  • Just amazing!!! When people work together they can do truly amazing things.

    Lonestar ELonestar EMåned siden
    • like the stock market

      marxman00marxman00Måned siden
  • Sorry, cannot run with the herd here. Of course tremendous respect for the science but furious about the cost. Right now millions of acres of rain forest are being burnt to accommodate cattle grazing. The people in these last natural areas are so poor - they are destroying irreplaceable wilderness whatever profit they can make. Our earth is an incredible treasure and we are on the brink of destroying her. Instead of spending billions on probing Mars for signs of life, invest money in protecting what we have managed to preserve as well as restoring wilderness, wildlife. And accelerating transitioning from fossil fuels. And subsidizing any poverty stricken natives who are living in these areas. And restore and protect our endangered species - especially the majestic elephants who are being slaughtered again for their ivory. No trips to Mars please. Earth, please.

    jcjcMåned siden
  • How does a helicopter work in a vacuum?

    Mark LMark LMåned siden
    • Mars has an atmosphere, albeit very thin

      Carson OakesCarson OakesMåned siden
  • Fly for 30-90 seconds at most lol, ok bye all I needed to know. Good start

    UnbeknownstUnbeknownstMåned siden
  • Reàly you couldn't use a drone that is more stable and effective than the Davinci model?

    Mark GardunoMark GardunoMåned siden
  • Super❤️❤️❤️🏁🇩🇰

    Kaj MortensenKaj MortensenMåned siden
  • Did NASA apply to the FAA for an operator ID and how are NASA going to operate it, if there is no observer present on the surface? ;-)

    G4WTVG4WTVMåned siden
    • Cracked me up 😂!

      Groundhog 1471Groundhog 1471Måned siden
  • It landed

    Christopher BriggsChristopher BriggsMåned siden
  • Great video, I hope Ingenuity turns out to work as it is planed. But the first successful Helicopter was the FA 61 flying in 1936

    MechmanGetriebMechmanGetriebMåned siden