NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter’s Next Steps (Media Briefing)

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With three successful flights on the Red Planet, the is ready to take on more. Hear Ingenuity’s team discuss the next steps for the Martian chopper and how they aim to push the limits of what this technology experiment can do.

Briefing participants include:
Lori Glaze, director of NASA’s Planetary Science Division at NASA Headquarters
MiMi Aung, Ingenuity project manager at JPL
Bob Balaram, Ingenuity chief engineer at JPL
Ken Farley, Perseverance project scientist at Caltech
Jennifer Trosper, Perseverance rover deputy project manager at JPL

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  1. NEXT GENERATION DREAMS
    NEXT GENERATION DREAMS
    12 dagen geleden

    I am coming to mars please wait

  2. Mawee Indunna
    Mawee Indunna
    14 dagen geleden

    but we deserve better quality photos,for the amount of money your camera's cost the quality is poor especially the back ground.

  3. Mawee Indunna
    Mawee Indunna
    14 dagen geleden

    why a helicoper,why not nano drones flies,a swarm of flies photograghing every where

  4. Brian N
    Brian N
    Maand geleden

    I saw that exact rock in nevada

  5. johnie2xs
    johnie2xs
    Maand geleden

    I left my mask in the theater after I watched Moulon Rouge, IN 1955 AS A KID!!!

  6. Inte Binni
    Inte Binni
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    congratulations !

  7. Rickon Roy
    Rickon Roy
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    All video are animated don't trust on NASA. They are always making fool.

  8. Getis Realis
    Getis Realis
    Maand geleden

    Awesome accomplishment! Time to remove the masks NASA.

  9. schaeferfilm
    schaeferfilm
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    this woman is sick

  10. John Bernard Shaw
    John Bernard Shaw
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    Which one of these people is a demon? I’ll give you 3 guesses and the first two don’t count.

  11. * Silva
    * Silva
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    Ingenuity can be a scout for perseverance!!! Don’t waste this resource! As long as it’s working it should be going on with perseverance!!!! I’m glad you guys decided to continue using it!!! Thank you!!!

  12. Manuel Luque Casanave
    Manuel Luque Casanave
    Maand geleden

    NASA JPL., my best positive energy at the best frequency at the best amplitude at the best time for the best space helicopter Ingenuity for the fifth and sixth flight

  13. jrothwell2
    jrothwell2
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    These people for being so smart are very compliant

  14. CaptCrewSocks
    CaptCrewSocks
    Maand geleden

    Wonder why they didn’t track it with the rover?

  15. PTONPC
    PTONPC
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    Congratulations to you all!

  16. Laz Arus
    Laz Arus
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    "The chances or anything flying on Mars, are a million to one", they said. 😉

  17. Sebastian Suśniak
    Sebastian Suśniak
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    Percy: "I need following procedure to work for You at infinite: 1. Check battery status/ampers 2. Land if Battery low. 3. Charge battery until bat_stat>= 90%, 4. Repeat point 1. , 2. and 3. untill route is complete (it has landed where it started) + of course obstacles, collisions detection. This way I'm not afraid to fly even +1000 km away, i can even reach Insight to clean solar panels for You"

  18. Eva Vyera Kali James
    Eva Vyera Kali James
    Maand geleden

    Are the Z.P.E. source and Z.P.E. devices not being suppressed? If not, that would probably be a much better way to power devices - much more energy! Maybe it is the possibility of "Fermi Vesica Pisces Fall Fold" that is the source of suppression for Z.P.E. devices. That is something: ie: "Fermi Vesica Pisces Fall Fold" that will last about 4,000,000,000 years ie: Till our Galaxy collides with M31 Galaxy in Andromeda. Trying to avoid being a victim of "Fermi Vesica Pisces Fall Fold". Reference: ETYC-EAAC-AMCC-MCEO-GA by Speaker one E'Asha Ashayana Arhayas. (ie: E'Lan'-ya To-Pei'-yah YhU-RhA'-yah --- Effi-yah a'Rha-yah Al-Hum-Bhra Councils --- Al'Hum'Bhra Magistry Councils of Cosminyahas --- Melchizedek Cloister Emerald Order --- Guardian Alliance. ) Of course, I don't think NASA will listen to the teachings of E'Asha Ashayana Arhayas - not really "scientific".

  19. Geo De
    Geo De
    Maand geleden

    Congratulation on graduating! Gotta put my sunglasses on cause the future's so bright!😎 So looking forward to Ingenuity working with Perseverance! Thank You to everyone involved. I'm so happy. ✌😄👍 💞💞💞💞💞

  20. Fabio Ferreira Gomes
    Fabio Ferreira Gomes
    Maand geleden

    .......INCRÍVEL...........ESPETACULAR.......

  21. dkevvv
    dkevvv
    Maand geleden

    The mission to search for past life on Mars. What will be more profound, if they find life or if they don't?

  22. Tuben
    Tuben
    Maand geleden

    Mimi makes me happy .... what energy ... ;-)

  23. myrna mendez
    myrna mendez
    Maand geleden

    Peek-a-boo moment was fantastic. Congratulations NASA and JPL. All of it is mesmerizing and inspiring.

  24. Andrea Ettore Bernagozzi
    Andrea Ettore Bernagozzi
    Maand geleden

    MiMi Aung is the real Empress of Mars -- to increase knowledge, not to conquer.

  25. Vincent Cate
    Vincent Cate
    Maand geleden

    Will Perseverance get close enough to any RSLs that Ingenuity could fly near any? If so, any idea when? It would be so cool if Ingenuity could solve the mystery of the RSLs on Mars.

    1. Sebastian Suśniak
      Sebastian Suśniak
      Maand geleden

      RSLs, do you mean ice, snow? 5 conditions and it could eventually realize that. In my opinion the idea would to dip its 4 legs into the snow when temps are under 0C (of course) and go back to Percy hoping smal amont of snow stays on its legs so that Percy can analyse. But taking a foto of rsls in 12MP would be alredy enought, but Heli needs to come back to transfer those images thru Percy to us. Conditions: 1. Check battery status/ampers 2. Land if Battery low. 3. Charge batteru until bat_stat>= 90%, 4. Repeat point 1. , 2. and 3. untill route is complete (it come back to the starting point). + of course obstacles, collisions detection. This way they could eventually fly it at infinite.

  26. VITOR DIO
    VITOR DIO
    Maand geleden

    Why we dont see any videos from the fly helicop?

    1. belly tripper
      belly tripper
      Maand geleden

      ter?

  27. trevor tomah
    trevor tomah
    Maand geleden

    A Sol in the autonomous experimental flight adventures of Ingenuity Helicopter, thanks for sharing.

  28. veggiet2009
    veggiet2009
    Maand geleden

    Hope these flights will be extended even more later on

  29. mdb123
    mdb123
    Maand geleden

    Thanks NASA for extending Ingenuity's mission! How about 2 more months?

  30. The Jew Behind The Curtain
    The Jew Behind The Curtain
    Maand geleden

    Hollywood lol

  31. railroadmovie
    railroadmovie
    Maand geleden

    Could NASA please buy a better fitting mask for Mimi!? Her constant plucking makes me nervous.

  32. Z1BABOUINOS
    Z1BABOUINOS
    Maand geleden

    6 moon landings, and take offs. Powered and controlled. Why is *this* the first?

    1. robert murphree
      robert murphree
      Maand geleden

      after 1976 NASA landers, 20 years passed before first mars rovers. 3 generations of mars rovers got larger and larger. Also, since 1990 earth Walmart size midget helicopters have improved radically with better microcontrollers, better inertial guidance systems sensors, smaller, lighter, etc. need to to push wheeled rovers on mars first, mars helicopters are very edgy uncertain technology, so wheeled rovers should have been first. powered and controlled rockets mess up chemical samples and are not sustainable when your rocket fuel is gone.

  33. Nelson Rauch
    Nelson Rauch
    Maand geleden

    In addition, a gyrocopter design loves wind. That is where it can prevail.

  34. James Jaymes
    James Jaymes
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    Among all person involved in NASA, Mimi Aung is my favorite

  35. Nelson Rauch
    Nelson Rauch
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    Are there immediate plans for a larger airborne vehicle? My thought is a gyro copter design would I believe perfect. A larger free wheeling rotor on top of a heckle that only needs a high performance pusher propeller. Seems like it would be very energy efficient. The upper rotors could be transported there and easily assembled.

  36. mgas1237
    mgas1237
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    Videotape? Are we really using that or was it mis-spoke? We would expect more from a Program Manager, presumably an Engineer, of such an advanced technical program. C'mon JPL...

  37. Baldur Vizla
    Baldur Vizla
    Maand geleden

    You have no clue

  38. Justy Alicea
    Justy Alicea
    Maand geleden

    Justy Alicea at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and I have cool questions! If Ingenuity has a bad landing, can Perseverance use its arm to right it up or does that present too much of a risk to the rover? And what happens when Ingenuity does go? Will it just be left behind on the surface of Mars? Also, someone asked about how the public can get involved/help NASA during the Perseverance mission? I think this is a huge question and opportunity that you guys glossed over. Is there some kind of NASA Patreon or something? Some kind of crowd source collaboration the public can contribute to?

  39. Dave Sunhammer
    Dave Sunhammer
    Maand geleden

    The most under-valued event in human history in a long, long time. 99.9% of people: A drone? what's so hard about that? my 5 year old has one.

    1. robert murphree
      robert murphree
      Maand geleden

      ;your home is 15 light minutes from mars, need larger transmitter, but it must be totally autonomous, start to finish, from when the motors turn on, til it comes up to speed. Your home sensors, your eyes, do not control the stability in anything close to the way the mars copter does. So yes your home copter works great and is very simple, but totally inapplicable to autonomous navigation on mars Every move must be sensed and validated before going on to the next step.

  40. ssnowdog100
    ssnowdog100
    Maand geleden

    With the mention of MOXIE tech demo it was previously stated that to blast off from Mars O2 will be needed and it will be better to create it on Mars than have to bring it from Earth. How did the skycrane manover happen with the jets if there is no Oxygen on mars??

    1. David Akerman
      David Akerman
      Maand geleden

      Same as all other rockets; it carried its own fuel and oxygen.

  41. Omid M
    Omid M
    Maand geleden

    Hello globe head people

  42. Nick Donovan
    Nick Donovan
    Maand geleden

    Enough with the mask already

  43. karrahsda
    karrahsda
    Maand geleden

    This subject is what I use to start each of my elementary tech classes. The kids get it and love it.

    1. karrahsda
      karrahsda
      Maand geleden

      @Me 2 You might want to stop eating those lead paint chips

    2. Me 2
      Me 2
      Maand geleden

      Feeding lies to kids and Stealing ur money. Hope ur no patent and never will be. 🤢

  44. Micheal Williams
    Micheal Williams
    Maand geleden

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    1. Clarissa Wynn
      Clarissa Wynn
      Maand geleden

      Trading on your own is very risky l've lost alot trading for my self

    2. Jan Lynch
      Jan Lynch
      Maand geleden

      Trading IQ options now will be very wise but trading without a professional is not

    3. Lovely Lidia
      Lovely Lidia
      Maand geleden

      @Frank Kettle Thanks for his contact info I'll get to him right away

    4. Frank Kettle
      Frank Kettle
      Maand geleden

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    5. Frank Kettle
      Frank Kettle
      Maand geleden

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  45. Charles Pelletier
    Charles Pelletier
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    Hate government spending except for NASA

  46. Mark Flatt
    Mark Flatt
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    I like Mimi...so much personality and enthusiasm for the mission...she's perfect as team leader...

    1. Gustavo Blanco
      Gustavo Blanco
      Maand geleden

      Totally agree

    2. Saby Channel
      Saby Channel
      Maand geleden

      I agree

  47. emceh
    emceh
    Maand geleden

    I have enjoyed this stream very much. I'm wondering as helicopter performs so well would it be possible that it could follow rover (to keep connectivity) and assist rover with aerial support for the coming months?

  48. btc2020k
    btc2020k
    Maand geleden

    61 martians have disliked the video

  49. Benjamin Green
    Benjamin Green
    Maand geleden

    Mimi's energy is so inspirational. She's a fantastic team leader.

    1. John Bernard Shaw
      John Bernard Shaw
      Maand geleden

      HA!

    2. earthling john
      earthling john
      Maand geleden

      👍 👏 👏 👏 👏

    3. Rip Sumrall
      Rip Sumrall
      Maand geleden

      Yes she is!

  50. Bart Smit
    Bart Smit
    Maand geleden

    Mimi’s enthousiasme is so inspiring! Great!

  51. Gala ni gyro Channel
    Gala ni gyro Channel
    Maand geleden

    Why wear mask on camera??

  52. Michal Pfeil
    Michal Pfeil
    Maand geleden

    For Pete's sake will some one at nasa please engineer a mask for Mimi that stays on!!!! Goodness gracious! A year into a pandemic and still can't find a mask that stays up?!

  53. Saby Channel
    Saby Channel
    Maand geleden

    Good...Congratulations....but still i don't know how was it sent on mars ?...😜....pls someone tell.

    1. Saby Channel
      Saby Channel
      Maand geleden

      But Then why it took the flight so late why not in the feb?

    2. K N
      K N
      Maand geleden

      It was part of the rover that is there now....the rover “dropped” it off...

  54. Tommy Vaske
    Tommy Vaske
    Maand geleden

    Imagine Oppy be like "gEt OfF mY LaWn! Kids nowadays flyin' around and kicking up dust... WE had to stick to the ground, and the ground stuck to us... aS iT WaS MeAnT tO Be!!"

  55. Tommy Vaske
    Tommy Vaske
    Maand geleden

    Incredible amounts of positive energy from the project managers! =) Wonderful work, it's really time to get excited about space exploration.

  56. Manuel Luque Casanave
    Manuel Luque Casanave
    Maand geleden

    Congratulations JPL and NASA.!!!!!!. I would like to watch a test with sequential way points in the flight with a combination of movement in the three axis X Y and Z, thus testing on Mars the IMU with its three accelerometer and three gyroscopes. Also flight at maximum speed and a higher altitude

  57. Lunacide9
    Lunacide9
    Maand geleden

    I love you Ginny.

  58. Mick Obrien
    Mick Obrien
    Maand geleden

    I wonder if Flat-Earther tards think this is also... just a hoax. Is Mars also flat? nm. I shouldn't provoke those crazies.

  59. WiredTurkey316
    WiredTurkey316
    Maand geleden

    Starts at 5:10 or 5:45

  60. Freddie Nerkury
    Freddie Nerkury
    Maand geleden

    MiMi is so excited and passionate with this project. There's no question it is a big deal to be able to fly a remotely instructed drone on other planets.

  61. Michael Stanley
    Michael Stanley
    Maand geleden

    this is so amazing!

  62. Сергій Рудак
    Сергій Рудак
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    Congratulations from Ukraine to friends from NASA.Your achievements add optimism to everyone in these difficult times. We wish you success and ispiration.

  63. soctnights
    soctnights
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    Could you add a high intensity LED light to future RTG powered rovers to recharge the copter(s) quickly?

    1. matchesburn
      matchesburn
      13 dagen geleden

      Wouldn't be very useful in actually reducing charge times because you'd have to put out a ridiculous amount of light of the right wavelength in order to get anything realistically usable. That's more weight on the rover that's not really necessary. I don't know about the power management of the RTG, because the rover benefits from thermal management and keeping the lithium-ion batteries as back-up charged. It's not a good idea to not have reserve power in case something happens. Now... what could possible be done and would be more effective is some sort of wireless charging ability. You could have the helicopter land, have the rover drive over or near the drone, and extend/release/drop some sort of wireless charger and then use the RTGs to boost the charge or charge during the night. It has an added benefit, too, in that not much weight being necessary for it and it being multitudes more efficient than using an LED light to charge via solar panels. While part of me would think it would be really cool and awesome to see the helicopter land on the drone and deploy it and dock with it or whatnot... realistically that's a danger to both the rover and helicopter if something goes wrong and it's needlessly risky. But having the rover drive over to a landed helicopter drone and extend an arm or something to enable wireless charging would probably be doable and much safer. Although, realistically, everything in these missions needs to be planned out and coordinated to such a degree that I doubt the team would see much more benefit and available flight time even if they had it. Would probably just be better to have a larger helicopter drone with a bigger battery bank in the future, given how successful it's been and how useful it could be.

  64. Mykro Macro
    Mykro Macro
    Maand geleden

    Briefing actually starts @5min...

  65. NS Rana
    NS Rana
    Maand geleden

    How will Ingenuity navigate in auto mode or in RTL (return to launch) in an environment with no GPS satelites like on earth ?

  66. Pine Cedar
    Pine Cedar
    Maand geleden

    Can I trust a scientist who doesn't even know how to wear a fitted face mask, seriously?

  67. Wayne Merryman
    Wayne Merryman
    Maand geleden

    Just remember, you're the offspring of the people who thought we were being invaded by aliens in 1938 because Orson Wells said so. Lol

  68. Peter To
    Peter To
    Maand geleden

    Congratulations NASA/JPL etc. Way to go Perseverance and Ingenuity !!!

  69. Trex531
    Trex531
    Maand geleden

    Such good news, congratulations Ingenuity team! Extended mission will complement Perseverance own mission, couldn’t be better pals! 👍

  70. earthling john
    earthling john
    Maand geleden

    Dear Nasa; At the end of this presentation you gave links for additional information. Would it have killed you to also provide clickable links in the NLlike video description ? Asking for a friend.

  71. Micro Soft
    Micro Soft
    Maand geleden

    I cant wait to see a proper airport and flying jumbo jet flying on mars one day.

    1. AllLivesMatter AllLivesMatter
      AllLivesMatter AllLivesMatter
      Maand geleden

      we won't be alive by that time. so don't worry too much about mars. simply focus on your daily life. we have limited time on this planet. half of it goes into sleep and the other half we can only experience!!! , Simply ask this question, why were you born, and then why will you "eventually" die one day. This life is very short which will pass in the blink of an eye.

  72. Luke Arts
    Luke Arts
    Maand geleden

    #AskNASA #MarsHelicopter How come the Engineering camera always shows such a crisp dark shadow of Ingenuity? As if the sun is always perfectly in its zenith... Or did you land on Mars' equator and are you flying only at high noon to maximize energy capture of the solar panel?

    1. Murks Maker
      Murks Maker
      Maand geleden

      They explained earlier: Best time to fly is late morning, just before noon, so the batteries are fully charged and after the landing there is enough aftnernoon sun to recharge the batteries before they need their energy to keep warm through the night. So very similar conditions in every flight.

    2. Gustavo Blanco
      Gustavo Blanco
      Maand geleden

      Very good question! Probable they flight around the same time every time...

  73. pragnesh patel
    pragnesh patel
    Maand geleden

    Good luck wasting tax PAYERS money. Thanks for briefing from astroctors

  74. earthling john
    earthling john
    Maand geleden

    54:27 "... what we aren't going to be doing anymore, which took an enormous amount of time, is imaging the helicopter flights..." Please reconsider that decision.

  75. Juan de Salgado
    Juan de Salgado
    Maand geleden

    The music in the opening credits "almost" copied the theme of the Roddenberry's "Andromeda" TV series.

  76. earthling john
    earthling john
    Maand geleden

    Will Ingenuity be able to hover and take a short video of Perseverance as it drives ? (justified as "engineering research")

  77. Apexxx
    Apexxx
    Maand geleden

    Please have some quality microphones and mics on every sattellite you fly into space. Just every one. You never know what sounds you might be finding along the way. On meteors, planets, on the traversing towards planets. Just imagine the discoveries not yet made.

    1. Gustavo Blanco
      Gustavo Blanco
      Maand geleden

      @Jeff Davis Thanks!

    2. Apexxx
      Apexxx
      Maand geleden

      @Gustavo Blanco Maybe it is a ridiculous idea, but how much times has this been tried? Just on the assumption that there is no sound, it means there is no sound? Why not try it our for a while on every satellite for the coming 20 years? Audio isn't that hard to add to the intruments. Even if the ROI is minimal. Just to make sure. If a tree in a far away forrest falls to the ground. Does it make a sound?

    3. Gustavo Blanco
      Gustavo Blanco
      Maand geleden

      @Apexxx, in space there is not air, so not sound. Even in Mars with its thin atmosphere the sound is very different than here in earth in frequency, in speed, in amplitude, so not very useful to be hear by our ears.

  78. DedaL
    DedaL
    Maand geleden

    Great job ! 👏

  79. Neville Pass
    Neville Pass
    Maand geleden

    Also could someone please get mini a mask that fits!I don't know, you can fly a helicopter on Mars but you can't get mini a mask that fits! Blimey!thank you

  80. Paul Klein
    Paul Klein
    Maand geleden

    Would a free-drifting balloon or powered airship be possible on Mars? Also, I think Perseverence should have been equiped with a spray-can - You missed an opportunity for the first ever extra-terrestrial graffitti: 'NASA WOZ HERE'.

  81. Edward
    Edward
    Maand geleden

    Since Mars Atmosphere is 1% of earth. What is the maximum altitude for this type of flight on Mars? Perhaps longer blades would improve things, but does the atmosphere get thinner with height? I would imaging there is an altitude at which helicopter flight would become not possible.

  82. Neville Pass
    Neville Pass
    Maand geleden

    How about putting the co2 to O2 devices into vehicles on earth to tackle climate change?

    1. Alan Garland
      Alan Garland
      Maand geleden

      The device works by converting carbon dioxide to carbon monoxide. Carbon is not actually taken out of the atmosphere, and carbon monoxide is poisonous, so it's a non statrer as a method to clean up the Earth's atmosphere. It's viable for small scale oxygen production though.

  83. Scott Firth
    Scott Firth
    Maand geleden

    Great job finding a way to keep Ingenuity engaged as Perseverance ramps up its science projects. It certainly has become a favorite in the eyes of the public.

    1. Peter Evans
      Peter Evans
      Maand geleden

      The tiny, tiny number of views and comments bely the idea that the eyes of the public think it is a favorite. Fact is, this should have been flying for 4 hours nonstop transmitting live HD data. It doesn't and the public has spoken by not caring.

  84. midnight toker
    midnight toker
    Maand geleden

    after me comment on the last post by jpl ..im chuffed they decided to let the little fella tag along.

  85. Kwich Zwellbreck
    Kwich Zwellbreck
    Maand geleden

    I envision a Mars Hindenburg Zeppelin exploration vehicle that lands at interesting spots to do science =). Use the Zeppelin to reduce energy needed to stay afloat.

  86. Edward
    Edward
    Maand geleden

    All Drinks on Mars Served on the Rocks!

  87. Tom P
    Tom P
    Maand geleden

    Amazing.

  88. Don Torchit
    Don Torchit
    Maand geleden

    I wonder if the federal avaition adminsration Gets involved on that helicopter??

  89. Jaics
    Jaics
    Maand geleden

    Basically u don’t need a rover for travel u can use helicopter 🚁 to travel the rugged terrains of Mars. Awesome

  90. Wiratorn R.
    Wiratorn R.
    Maand geleden

    Can it fly a curve flight path or circling around something ? Or it can only fly straight.

  91. One by Land, Two if by Sea Run if by Air
    One by Land, Two if by Sea Run if by Air
    Maand geleden

    Extended Testing? Excellent! Real practical support test for Ingenuity. I didn't even think it would fly to begin with. Congratulations NASA/JPL👍

    1. John Bernard Shaw
      John Bernard Shaw
      Maand geleden

      @chubstheclown you gotta do baby steps with these people if you hit them over the head with it all at once they get angry and tune you out real quick

    2. chubstheclown
      chubstheclown
      Maand geleden

      @John Bernard Shaw Aw, come on now. The guy that knows about cartoon helicopters must also know about flat Mars! Share your knowledge!

    3. John Bernard Shaw
      John Bernard Shaw
      Maand geleden

      @chubstheclown I don’t know anything about that. I do know that this video Shows a real nice animation of what it might look like to fly a helicopter on that big bright orange light in the sky at night.

    4. chubstheclown
      chubstheclown
      Maand geleden

      @John Bernard Shaw At least the cartoon helicopter has now confirmed that Mars is flat.

    5. John Bernard Shaw
      John Bernard Shaw
      Maand geleden

      You can make a cartoon fly as long as you want

  92. Louis Anthes
    Louis Anthes
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    How big of a helicopter would it take to fly one human on Mars?

  93. preben nielsen
    preben nielsen
    Maand geleden

    Seriously, mask on while talking only to a microphone. And an ill-fitted mask.

    1. Squizzo
      Squizzo
      Maand geleden

      @earthling john I never insinuated that they haven't been vaccinated. Learn how to follow a conversation.

    2. earthling john
      earthling john
      Maand geleden

      @Squizzo You have *no clue* they have *not* been vaccinated Pure conjecture on *your* part Your mommy needs to change your diaper

    3. Squizzo
      Squizzo
      Maand geleden

      You have no clue if they've been vaccinated. That was just pure conjecture on your part

    4. earthling john
      earthling john
      Maand geleden

      @One by Land, Two if by Sea Run if by Air Highly probable that they have all received vaccination, given their irreplaceable status to the mission, therefore the masks are theatrical and possibly a visual reminder to the younger children that masks remain important

    5. One by Land, Two if by Sea Run if by Air
      One by Land, Two if by Sea Run if by Air
      Maand geleden

      @preben nielsen They have masks on. They are considerate of their coworkers lives and health. They don't want to unknowingly and unnecessarily spread a deadly pathogen. They look pretty smart to m: (An assessment reinforced by being NASA engineers and scientists.)

  94. TheKalle45
    TheKalle45
    Maand geleden

    If it get high enough it may see Curiosity on eastern horizont 🤔

  95. ᄒᄇ네ᅢᅩᄒᄅᄎ호
    ᄒᄇ네ᅢᅩᄒᄅᄎ호
    Maand geleden

    VERY INTERESTING 👍☺️👋👏

  96. Carlos García
    Carlos García
    Maand geleden

    Now 20 minutes after data reception. So? What happened?

  97. Prince Indrajit Law / Laha
    Prince Indrajit Law / Laha
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    Happy Friday BEST OF LUCK NASA - JPL~ 💯🗽⛪🌝🌈💻🎞🎬📺 🚁🚀.

  98. John Official
    John Official
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    2040 : A stranded Martian flies back to Earth hanging on to Ingenuity..

  99. Kenneth Gray
    Kenneth Gray
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    \(`0´)/ We need a LIVE Mars cam. 📷 With delay or whatever.

  100. Jack Martinelli
    Jack Martinelli
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    Will you be announcing further announcements where you discuss possible lines of research? Or will you start doing some research?

    1. Kevin Perdue
      Kevin Perdue
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      Negative much?