First Video of NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter in Flight, Includes Takeoff and Landing (High-Res)

Objavljeno 19. apr. 2021
In this video captured by NASA’s Perseverance rover, the agency's Ingenuity Mars Helicopter took the first powered, controlled flight on another planet on April 19, 2021.
The rover was parked at “Van Zyl Overlook,” about 211 feet (64.3 meters) away in Mars' Jezero Crater and chronicled the flight operations with its cameras.
These images from the rover’s Mastcam-Z cameras show the helicopter hovering above the Red Planet's surface. During this first flight, the helicopter climbed to an altitude of 10 feet (3 meters), hovered, and then touched back down on the surface of Mars.

Ingenuity is a technology demonstration. The 4-pound (1.8-kilogram) rotorcraft will help determine whether future explorations on Mars could include an aerial perspective.
Perseverance touched down at "Octavia E. Butler Landing" with Ingenuity attached to its belly on Feb. 18, 2021. The helicopter was deployed to the surface on April 3.
For more information on Ingenuity, visit : mars.nasa.gov/technology/helicopter/.
For more information on Perseverance, visit: mars.nasa.gov/perseverance.
Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/ASU/MSSS

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  • these people just made history

  • I have a strong big Drone myself similar to that one. I get suspicious now. For many reasons. What NASA claims that very light wind on Mars can cause alot of dust. Now that drones propellers can cause some serious dust and yet I don't se ANY dust blowing from underneath even though there's dust beneath. My Drone in clean wet garden Sweden makes alot of things to fly... Even heavy, leaves, papers even plastic fork. Wtf is this now?

  • If Nasa ever do find any kind of lifeform so they have the permission of the world's population (a) to intefere with another planets life cycle and (b) bring it back here to earth? Or will NASA not care a toss and do waht it like either in full view of the watching billions or in secret?

  • Well done!

  • The Earth is Flat, NASA fakery yet again

  • Astounding. The planet is so eerily still.

  • I searched for it

  • I can’t believe the sheep think this is real

  • Would be great if these drones could be adapted to preventing illegal immigration at the Southern Border. Crazy idea, huh?

  • ...while the mini-helicopter starts to roll its blades and upon take-off, am I seeing any dust blown/flown by air even a little? why?

  • NASA should build an autonomous dome-shape green house for plants, so next time we can see some green-colored plants or even flowers in Mars.

  • من عربي

  • يشبه وادي رم في الأردن.. لله في خلقه شؤون

  • It went up and down!! one giant leap for somebody I guess

  • 🇦🇿🥰🇺🇸🥰🇹🇷👍

  • People please wake up. This is not mars

  • We did that. We are greater than we imagine and capable of such wonders as to make God weep with joy.

  • This literally brings tears to my eyes. Powered flight on another planet. Simply incredible.

  • *SATANIC DECEPTION* *CGI*

  • I'm building my house right there. Then write a new book little house on the mars prarie. 😂

  • Bien

  • I'm to used to seeing all of SpaceX's test flights ending in massive fireballs. This was still very rewarding.

    • See you all in a hundred years when this ends up on our grandkid's reccommended.

  • WOW!

    • See you all in a hundred years when this ends up on our grandkid's reccommended.

  • NASA IS A FRAUD FAKING EVERYTHING. EARTH IS FLAT.

    • I'm to used to seeing all of SpaceX's test flights ending in massive fireballs. This was still very rewarding.

  • what not even one comment that this is a faked video just like the moon landing??? :-) well at least you don't have to worry about getting it stuck in a tree...

    • See you all in a hundred years when this ends up on our grandkid's reccommended.

  • K Looks more like Arizona to me. Are we sure of what we are seeing or do you believe what they tell you? Lots of money and resources up in space and people starving all over the world down here. Seems like we should get our priorities in order before wasting our hard earned tax money.

  • How many frames per second?

  • I'm to used to seeing all of SpaceX's test flights ending in massive fireballs. This was still very rewarding.

  • How much is the PING?

  • Historical moment. Truly amazing.

  • ACHIEVEMENT UNLOCKED: Flying Saucers? Time For Some Helicopter PAYBACK!

  • No dust stirred up by the copter's whirling blades? Hmmmmmm...

    • @Malgeumi Who says there's flour on Mars? You?

    • It's not a helicopter and dust is not the same as flour.

  • where is the footage from in flight?

  • Human species achievement unlocked: automated drone flight on an alien world.

  • Thank you.

  • amazing...

    • want to search and explore, etc. ect. its already contaminated with ohter metals and other debris from ships so why not try to plant...

  • hahahahaha

    • @Ptao Tom And what does planting matter? XD

    • can grow seeds..ive seen videos rover and helicopter deployed on mars why nasa didnt try planting. they study the environment maybe and other planet. on the other youtube

  • See you all in a hundred years when this ends up on our grandkid's reccommended.

  • I'm to used to seeing all of SpaceX's test flights ending in massive fireballs. This was still very rewarding.

  • drone.

  • If the mars helicopter can fly on mars,there must be an air,gravity..but im not sure if on mars has an oxygen..

  • This is History right there

    • @bowen voowy Because there's no such place on earth

    • How do we know this isn't on Earth?

  • まじで大気あるんやな マッピングしてVRにしてくれー

  • and where is the dust raised by the propeller????

  • Achievement Unlocked: Airpower on another planet. Well done humanity, well done.

  • GARBAGE, LIES.

  • Really? I can't believe it! Great!

  • Я дико извиняюсь, а зачем эту игрушку тащили на Марс?

  • If you look closely you can see all the Martians hiding in the rocks in the background, with their clubs and wooden spears.

    • Hello people from 2026, glad to be in your recommended

  • А где кадры с самой камеры дрона?

  • why not try to plant seeds there a 3 or 5 seeds with different type either and a small machine that water it and plant.. maybe that can easily find answer if air and land on mars can grow seeds..ive seen videos rover and helicopter deployed on mars why nasa didnt try planting. they study the environment maybe and other planet. on the other youtube channel someone reply with this and he replied "because that would be a gross of contaminating another world" that what he replied and i replied.. --= so you mean nasa just want to search and explore, etc. ect. its already contaminated with ohter metals and other debris from ships so why not try to plant...

    • @bebe boyTV Keep at it, hone the craft, subtlety is best in the trolling game though

    • @Stinkeye Jones yes my parents toldmme im a special person

    • It's minus 60 degrees celsius on average. See many plants growing on Antarctica do you? You're a special person, aren't you?

  • Where is the dust that it is suppose to lift from the Helicopter on the ground?

  • So you can fly a tinfoil wrapped drone on Devon Island, What a great accomplishment, I bet no child under 5 could replicate it. I'm in awe LOL. what a fraud.

  • *Stop lying to human minds*

    • @علــيّ You can't even provide factual evidence and research based data to prove a point. You just started talking about indoctrination and "stop lying to human minds". Google is free.

    • @Malgeumi *And your Western culture does not mean that you are a scientist. You are nothing but indoctrinated. You are filled with information and do not use your mind to think and meditate*

    • @علــيّ And the language you claim to be the original will not save you from your ignorance.

    • @Malgeumi *You might make fun of me, but I have tried to learn a language that is not the original*

    • Learn English.

  • Achievement Unlocked: Airpower on another planet. Well done humanity, well done.

  • I find it interesting that there is absolutely no signs of dust when the copter took off...

    • @Wolfgang Mahringer Yeah just one, how do you post links on a youtube board? They usually get picked up by the spam filter and the post disappears, I've never understood that?

    • @Stinkeye Jones Now we all know you're an idiot. Here's the quote from NASA: mars.nasa.gov/technology/helicopter/#Tech-Specs It clearly states "Total length of rotors: ~4 feet (~1.2 meters) tip to tip". So it is a diameter, NOT a single rotor blade length. Questions?

    • @Wolfgang Mahringer Really? You're quoting from wiki, whereas I am quoting direct from mission specialists. Go home, do your homework again.

    • Dust is not the same consistency as flour. Try buying a drone. Smh.

    • @Stinkeye Jones The 4 feet is the diameter, so one blade is 2 feet long. See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ingenuity_(helicopter)

  • How do we know this isn't on Earth?

  • RC chopper in the desert. Wow. So amazing. Proof this is on Mars? Nope.

    • So far, so good. Here's to the science it'll help point the way to. [raises glass]

  • Where is the POV?

    • They are still working on the CGI to make it look more realistic

  • Why the videos of Ingenuity have so few FPS? Can't we have a more "fluid" video? The videos of Perseverance landing were much more fluid

  • Nasa making a footage of a helicopter on Mars and teachers cant even stream their Video with 360p on Zoom

  • Sheesh

  • Hello people from 2026, glad to be in your recommended

  • Muito enteresante esses planetas helow Brasil

  • Are you ready to live on mars?

  • So the power flight from Mars was successful???

  • Супер!!!

  • Eso está grabado en Almería.

  • Что это за ересь? Какой вертолёт))) Кто в это верит вобще!?))) Чуш собачья)))

  • It made me surprised so much to fly in the "MARS"....I hope they can do more things than it...

  • well done americans your scientist win again

  • Who filmed it? Lol

  • So far, so good. Here's to the science it'll help point the way to. [raises glass]

  • I like to search and study about new fact and issues of NASA. Also, I always think NASA is making the way to go to new exploration because they make it possible to access the other world except EARTH!

  • What a waste of tax payers money💸💸💸💸

  • The First Flight on Earth: 17 December 1903 by The Wright Brothers The First Flight on Mars: 19 April 2021 by NASA with Ingenuity Mars Helicopters

  • Did you guys know, that tecnically the sound in mars could be recorded? It would just be so much more silent and muffled than on earth.

  • wow... baby steps or rather baby flights

  • 🔊🔊🔊🔊?

  • Можно использовать коптер для того чтобы сдувать марсианскую пыль с Ровера.

  • I am amazed and excited. This is what we dreamed of as kids back in the 1960s

  • This little helicopter made it anticipating for Earth people to look forward living on Mars someday.

  • That photo didn't come from Mars this is in the Nevada desert about 10 miles from home.🤣😭

    • @Tony Williams Where is this on Nevada? Why don't you take the rover? Go ahead and take the rover then, no one will stop you. Take the rover and sell it. The money should be enough to cover the plane and the press.

    • @Tony Williams You see HAHAHAHAHA

    • @0 Kol Its no point of that because people going to believe what they want to believe.

    • @Tony Williams If it's 10 miles from where you live, why don't you just take a picture of it? You seem to know exactly where the place is. Should be pretty easy for you to expose NASA, right?

    • @Tony Williams That's like asking me to build a skyscraper to prove they're real. I can't go to Mars, and I can't build a skyscraper - this doesn't mean those things don't exist.

  • When we can do this why can we not find the cure for COVID?

    • What does Covid-19 have to do with it?

    • Covid-19 has several vaccines though

    • So, is there a big helicopter with atomic batteries in the works?

  • Some people rise by bringing others down to their level, others raise themselves up through determination, accomplishing feats like this. Guess who will be remembered?

  • Le génie des blancs !

  • August 22, 1972 Soviet space prob "Mars 3" was deactivated on Mars. Find him and prove that this is not a fake 45°S 202°E (predicted)

  • They should first take care of our own...... aaaah, I'm kidding! Go NASA, go Humanity! This video is just insane. It makes my imagination go wild!

  • People who think it's really mars such Muppets 🤣

  • The way it took off tells me the ascending was effortless and fast, this is hard to achieve in an atmosphere 1 % as dense as ours. And yes I know how many rpm and bla bla

  • The whole time I was expecting this thing going belly up and straight into the ground like in hundreds of drone fail videos on the internet.

  • Woohoo!!!

  • If you guys can control it well You can try to clean the dust from the rover by the helicopter So it won't die

  • Can someone explain what this mission accomplished in terms of scientific knowledge or new information? What have we learned about Mars that we didn’t know before this landing and short flight of the drone?

    • @David Gregory -thanks for taking a stab at enlightening me. That’s a huge accomplishment indeed. But as this technology has shown us, it will be robots controlled by artificial intelligence who’ll be the real sojourners of space exploration. We don’t need to send humans out there to collect rocks and measure atmospheric data. Since posting my question, I’ve been to NASA’s website and took an interest in Jupiter. What a mysterious planet! I’ve learned that 1,300 Earths could fit inside of Jupiter. And despite that anecdotal data that suggests it’s a Gas Giant, scientists are still uncertain about Jupiter’s core. I wish I could be alive 100 years from now just to see the secrets of Jupiter revealed. Anyhoo, I’m babbling again so laterz....

    • Do you not read any news at all? Already Perseverance has successfully harvested oxygen from the Martian CO2 based atmosphere, and demonstrated that a self-sufficient human expedition to Mars is possible. As usual, the offshoot of this of course, is that the technology for producing O2 from CO2 in small, power efficient machines moves forward, which has many applications here on earth. Do you not think that how this device is actually powered is of no significance for solving a whole bunch of electric vehicle issues we're having here on earth? ..oh... and of course.... do you not think for one second that working out how to get a helicopter to fly in an environment with such little atmosphere has no real world application to rotor blade design for regular helicopters making them more efficient, quieter and more effective? Space exploration is a series of solving problems, and more often than not, solving those problems opens up access to technologies that have manifold real world applications that not only make YOUR life better, but actually save lives too. You're an idiot for even asking this question. I was going to link you to a list of things that have enriched and improved lives here on earth as a result of space exploration, but it wouldn't actually be difficult for you to go and find out yourself. Maybe you'll get a liking for actually researching things instead of waiting to be spoon-fed information.

  • Historical moment. 😎🌌🚀

  • Our congratulations!!!

  • What’s the point ?

  • What is this, where is there???

    • This is Ingenuity, it's a helicopter drone on Mars.

    • Shhhh.... go back to sleep.

  • So, is there a big helicopter with atomic batteries in the works?