NASA's mission is to pioneer the future in space exploration, scientific discovery and aeronautics research.

To do that, we have worked around the world -- and off it -- for more than 50 years, searching for answers to fundamental questions about our place in the universe. We're exploring space and discovering Earth. Join us for this exciting and important journey.

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  1. Carbon based unit Daveaux

    Oh my word!

  2. Helbert Casallas


  3. Cypress Van Horn


  4. rad1ant

    so basically we are UFO's on Mars

  5. Youtube Villain


  6. Joe Dark

    I think 6.1k in china do not like that beautiful touchdown? Why?

  7. with love,Maya

    360 view please😍

  8. Leon Gurevich

    Congratulations NASA. Congratulations USA.

  9. ILO 007

    good joke

  10. scOrpion King

    Peoples are dying on earth, and we are Searching life on Mars.. 👍🏻🤭

  11. D DAY

    nano nano, other illegal in my planet.

  12. The Dimonblock

    Think one year mars Will be green

  13. Youtube Villain

    When will nasa highlight a man in space bcs hes white?? nasa?

  14. Youtube Villain

    When will nasa highlight a man in space bcs hes white?? nasa?

  15. Youtube Villain

    When will nasa highlight a man in space bcs hes white?? nasa?

  16. Youtube Villain

    When will nasa highlight a man in space bcs hes white?? nasa?

  17. Youtube Villain

    When will nasa highlight a man in space bcs hes white?? nasa?

  18. Peter Prince

    An absolutely mind blowing achievement, congratulations and a million thanks to everyone involved.

  19. Tom Bum


  20. Jann An

    We had already polluted Earth. Why can’t just leave other planets alone?

  21. Ankur Panda

    Heartly congratulations to NASA and the kind and loving people of the United States🇺🇸 from an Indian🇮🇳

  22. Mike Cali

    Why would they install DAMAGED tank? THANK YOU ELON MUSK restoring faith again

  23. Robert

    That's amazing, I would not have expected that this sort of video capability was possible. I wonder what the data rate was to send that video back? Was it either an exponential increase in transfer speeds, or just really amazing compression?

    1. Steve Adams

      The video wasn’t real-time. The rover recorded the various EDL videos and then downloaded them a day or two after the landing. JPL then merged these videos with the Mission Control commentators to make this video. The rover sends/receives most of its data to/from orbiters around Mars. These orbiters then relay the data to Earth where it is received by the Deep Space Network (DSN). The data rates vary, somewhere between a few hundred kilobits per second, up to 1-2 megabits per second.

  24. Ale Meds

    If you want get a look in my channel and see my video about the perseverance's landing with "no time for caution" song

  25. A Bit Of Everything

    The music is top notch

  26. Poison Ivy

    Reverse yeet

  27. David

    Justin Bieber music videos have 1.5 billions views. Why doesn't this have 1.5 billion views?

    1. SP

      People play a music video 100 times. Sometimes 20 times in one night.

  28. bart c

    One day in the future, the creatures of Mars will be tearing down all their statues dedicated to Perseverance!

  29. Yuriy Gor

    Victory !!!!!!!

  30. jdan73

    They showed you exactly nothing that couldn't be filmed here on earth. Yall got fooled again.

    1. Oelkers Account

      I'm honestly not sure if you're right or wrong. What is troubling to me is to wonder - would anyone in that control room know if it was a simulation or real themselves?

  31. Terri Monture

    This is one of the most amazing human endeavours I’ve ever seen and I’m so excited and proud to be alive in this time to see it unfold.

  32. Saroj Kumar Mohanty


  33. Dennis Kennedy Jr.

    I wonder how many people actually knew? Just saw this now.

  34. Alexander Adiyasa


  35. Emilio Morales Sabido


  36. Coco

    this is the future lol

  37. Jobson Barros

    The Oscar Goes 2...

    1. SP

      The idiot prize goes to..

  38. Sıradan Şeyler

    nice job

  39. Piki 79

    Will this game have micro-transactions?

  40. Paweł Michalla

    How do this vehicle move, when there are no visible wheel marks on the ground near wheels ???

  41. MadBoV

    NASA the core of engineering pushing the limits of a humankind NASA mic: I go brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

  42. Ali Khan

    I cried a little

  43. Angelo César

    Jesus é o caminho a verdade e a vida.

  44. Nunyo Bidness

    Why are comments allowed on this great NASA video, yet not on others? Seems dubious

  45. Nunyo Bidness

    Why are ALL videos newer than this one have Comments disabled? Is NASA no longer open for dialog? :(

  46. insertpienow

    first crime in space.....? was she found guilty of that achievement....?

  47. Patrik sk

    Great, but why parachute look like japanese imperial flag 😂

  48. Nunyo Bidness

    So this video allows comments, but newer videos do not? Why is that?

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  50. Yazan Bassel

    I dream of going there one day

  51. David M

    NASA y’all wild

    1. butti fdft

      Невероятное зрелище! Надеюсь я доживу до дня когда первый человек ступит на поверхность Марса!

  52. Throttle Beholder

    For April fools day it would be funny for the robot to stack rocks into a structure and take a picture of it.

  53. ChamaKaze

    Sicky wicky.

    1. butti fdft

      Freakin' awesome!

  54. Calvin Gunarto

    Cannot imagine if blue origin, space X and NASA work together prepare to send human to mars (example: space X focus on transportation, blue origin focus on supply and technicality like drone etc, NASA focus on infrastructure).

  55. Mateus de Oliveira Eugenio

    This was freaking AMAZING!

  56. Electryczny Emil

    what about the moon? when are we going there?

    1. SP

      Already went many times. It’s not as interesting as Mars.

  57. vichy76

    I'm uncertain if interplanetary exploration would yield any greater results than manned space stations would to promote a living environment. Exploration is great to research or interplanetary existences, history, life potential, but Mars seemingly habitation is at least a generation away. Interplanetary exploration is like learning to run before walking, but hey, it's still exciting to see.

  58. Stephanie McFarlane

    nasa you send my mom something.

  59. Damian Morfin

    13 millones de views!! No se si llamarlo influencer pero si un disruptor de la historia humana. Felicidades a todos los que conforman la NASA.

  60. Preet S

    Only computer made videos and photos of mars tax got out of billions. Never showed original video till today.

  61. Dave Horwath

    Some smart people at JPL!

  62. Atlantis

    1:46 - "Hope you have salad"

  63. Targeted Victim

    The dutch government and dutch media, and an enormous amount of youtubers have been scattering my personal information over the internet for 3 years. They torture me and gangstalk me on a daily basis. They intimidate me with police cars. I want my privacy and human rights back now!

    1. SP


    2. Atlantis

      Cool story bro.

  64. Atriox

    He's the definition of: *No matter what you do there will always be an Asian better than you*

  65. Julio Salazar Fajardo

    Congratulations NASA

  66. Alex Karcsay

    Imagine when they’re looking at some of the footage it took they see footprints

  67. GUTO José Augusto Magro do Val

    Congratulations to NASA

  68. Bazi

    It looks like cookie dough in the oven before its completly cooked...

  69. Germanyball2583

    Apollo 10 was Launched In May 18, 1969 61 years ago it did come back idk Apollo 10 launching and launching back 1969-????

  70. Trojan horse

    Wated billions $, Only to find a glass of water. Cool

  71. Bert Pasquale

    Freakin' awesome!

  72. Alex G

    Невероятное зрелище! Надеюсь я доживу до дня когда первый человек ступит на поверхность Марса!



  74. Miguel Pina

    Where is the full video?

  75. Snehasish Bagchi

    This is false there is no air on Mars to parasuit working

    1. Mike P

      Only false thing is your claim. Air is a mixture of gases. Mars atmosphere is thin but it also contains gases that makes it possible to use parachute.

    2. Steve Adams

      You are wrong. Mars has an atmosphere that is about 1% of Earth’s. Substantial enough for a parachute to bleed off some velocity, but not enough to land safely. That is why the sky crane is needed.

  76. Biswajit Rath

    Proud of u scientists

  77. Ricardo Pereira de Azevedo

    If here on Earth, with everything we have, it's hard to be happy, imagine in Mars, the planet Desert! Is this scientific research, or are you planning to flee Earth? What are you afraid of? ( The Earth is the Titanic, do you occupy the few boats that remain? )

    1. Atlantis

      It's for scientific research and exploration. As for Earth, it's not hard to be happy (well for me anyway).

  78. Unknown

    So emotional 🥺

  79. Todusa Todnato

    Der Name sagt schon alles:,, pervers von Nasa,,

    1. HERRMANN 32

      Was willst du?

  80. jijo jeevan

    Future of humanity