Voyage Through Outer Space: Cruise Phase for the Perseverance Rover
What is the Cruise Phase? Why did the Mars 2020 mission go into Safe Mode? How did Perseverance get to Mars? 0:00 Introduction
0:45 Safe Mode
3:51 What is the Cruise Stage?
4:27 Power System
4:53 Thermal System
5:05 Guidance & Navigation
8:55 Staying on Track
10:40 Noise and Images Released
11:52 Arrival at Mars This video considers the Cruise phase for the Perseverance Rover and Ingenuity Helicopter. The cruise phase, being the part of the mission that goes from Earth to Mars. Throughout this journey, the mission has to survive extreme temperatures, remain on course, and keep track of the sensors to make sure everything is going well. In the video, we talk about the design of the cruise stage, and what its importance is to the mission. We look at the different subsystems of the spacecraft, including the thermal, communications, attitude, navigation, power, and propulsion systems. Discussing sensors, trajectory correction maneuvers, thermal loops, and more. By talking about each component, we learn about the impact they all play on the success of the mission. Thanks for watching! And consider subscribing if you enjoyed this video! Thank you to all my Patrons that help support Martian Wolf! You all really help make this happen! Twitter: https://twitter.com/wolf_martian
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NASA's Perseverance rover will attempt to land on the Red Planet on Feb. 18, 2021. The rover is also carrying the Mars Ingenuity helicopter. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
NASA's Perseverance Mars Rover Equipped with Ultra-Clean Sample Tubes
One key activity for NASA's Perseverance Mars rover, which is on its way to the Red Planet, will be to collect samples of Martian rock and regolith (broken rock and dust) for future return to Earth. Because scientists want to be confident that any signs of ancient life they might observe in samples returned to Earth are from Mars, not Earth, Perseverance's Sample Caching System -- including the tubes the samples go in -- had to be the cleanest set of components humankind has ever launched into space. NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory met the challenge. A future mission, which involves a collaboration between NASA and the European Space Agency, will return the samples to Earth. The Perseverance rover is set to land on the surface of Mars on February 18, 2021. For more information on the mission, visit: https://mars.nasa.gov/perseverance/ Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
NASA's Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover Landing Animations
Animations for media and public use. This reel depicts key events during entry, descent, and landing that will occur when NASA’s Perseverance rover lands on Mars February 18, 2021. In the span of about seven minutes, the spacecraft slows down from about 12,100 mph (19,500 kph) at the top of the Martian atmosphere to about 2 mph (3 kph) at touchdown in an area called Jezero Crater. Perseverance will seek signs of ancient microbial life on Mars, collect and cache Martian rock and regolith (broken rock and dust), characterize the planet's geology and climate, and pave the way for human exploration of the Red Planet. For more animations and video of the NASA’s Mars 2020 Perseverance rover go to https://vimeo.com/420043274 For more information about Perseverance, visit https://mars.nasa.gov/perseverance Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
Twin of NASA’s Perseverance Mars Rover Now on the Move
While NASA's Mars rover Perseverance travels through space toward the Red Planet, its nearly identical rover twin is hard at work on Earth. The vehicle system test bed (VSTB) rover named OPTIMISM is a full-scale engineering version of the Mars-bound rover. It is used to test hardware and software before the commands are sent up to the Perseverance rover. Just like Perseverance, OPTIMISM is outfitted with wheels, cameras, and computers to help it drive autonomously. After taking its first drive indoors, the VSTB rover took a spin in the Mars Yard, a dirt field which simulates the Red Planet's surface. OPTIMISM is stationed in a garage at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California, sharing a space with Curiosity's twin rover MAGGIE. The Perseverance rover is set to land on the surface of Mars on February 18, 2021. For more information on the mission, visit: https://mars.nasa.gov/perseverance/ Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
Not many people can accurately claim to have driving experience on multiple planets, but Keri Bean can! In addition to navigating traffic in Southern California, she also has the distinction of driving rovers on Mars. Blair Allen talks to Keri Bean about what it takes to drive Curiosity and how she will support Perseverance when it lands on Mars in February. Check it out! Producer: Blair Allen
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Twin of NASA’s Perseverance Mars Rover Moves Into New Home
A full-scale engineering model of NASA's Perseverance Mars rover now resides in a garage facing the Mars Yard at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California. This vehicle system test bed rover (VSTB) is also known as OPTIMISM, which stands for Operational Perseverance Twin for Integration of Mechanisms and Instruments Sent to Mars. OPTIMISM was built in a warehouselike assembly room near the Mars Yard – an area that simulates the Red Planet's rocky surface. The rover helps the mission test hardware and software before it’s transmitted to the real rover on Mars. OPTIMISM will share the space with the Curiosity rover's twin MAGGIE. Perseverance is set to land on the surface of Mars on February 18, 2021. For more information on the mission, visit: https://mars.nasa.gov/perseverance/ Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
Meet NASA's Michelle Tomey Colizzi, Mars 2020 Aeroshell Vehicle Lead – Behind the Spacecraft – Live
Get to know some of the diverse team of engineers and scientists working on NASA's next Mars rover, Perseverance. NASA-JPL engineer Michelle Tomey Colizzi is ensuring the Perseverance rover can endure a lot of extreme environments on its way to the Red Planet. Join our conversation to find out how she is focusing on the aeroshell, a capsule that will keep the rover safe during travel. We'll be taking your questions live from the chat. The team is on track to launch Perseverance in July 2020 and land in Mars' Jezero Crater in February 2021. For more information on the Mars 2020 mission, go to: https://mars.nasa.gov/mars2020/ Chats are moderated. Inappropriate language or posts that harass other individuals will be removed. • Be courteous
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Perseverance: A Martian Rover to Find Life?
The Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover successfully launched on July 30, 2020, is now en route toward Mars. The mission will pave the way for future human expeditions to Mars and demonstrates technologies that could be used by future Mars explorers.
NASA EDGE: Mars 2020 Rollout Show
On July 28th, 2020, NASA EDGE provided live coverage of the Mars 2020 Rollout just days ahead of the launch. NASA Chief Scientist Jim Green, MEDLI2 Project Manager Henry Wright, and ULA Structures Lead Engineer Isaac Spence give their unique perspective on Mars 2020. Plus Mic Woltman’s shares his rollout commentary with live drone footage. It is a look at Mars 2020 you don’t want to miss. Check it out! Producer: Blair Allen
NASA's Mars Perseverance rover - Peek under the hood
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory's deputy project manager Jennifer Trosper explains some of the differences between Curiosity and Perseverance. Also, see the miles of wiring under the hood of the new Mars rover. -- Perseverance rover will use some of the best Martian maps ever made: (https://www.space.com/mars-2020-rover-perseverance-best-martian-maps.html) Credit: NASA
How will NASA's Perseverance rover search for signs of life on Mars?
NASA's Mars 2020 Perseverance rover has a suite of instruments that will search for "signs of ancient life: in the Red Planet's Jezero Crater. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
Our Next Mars Rover is Headed to The Red Planet on This Week @NASA – July 31, 2020
Our next Mars rover is on its way, preparing for the historic return of a Commercial Crew mission, and naming the crew for a future mission … a few of the stories to tell you about – This Week at NASA! Download Link: https://images.nasa.gov/details-Our%20Next%20Mars%20Rover%20is%20Headed%20to%20The%20Red%20Planet%20on%20This%20Week%[email protected]
3 New Missions Just Left for Mars! | SciShow News
A launch window that only happens every 26 months means it’s the perfect time to head to Mars! The United Arab Emirates, China, and the United States all took advantage of this excellent timing. Host: Caitlin Hofmeister SciShow has a spinoff podcast! It's called SciShow Tangents. Check it out at http://www.scishowtangents.org
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Why NASA's Perseverance Will Change Everything We Know About Mars! (Nerdist News w/ Dan Casey)
NASA's latest mission to Mars could potentially change everything we know about our little red neighbor. Dan blasts off to break down all the details on this episode of Nerdist News! What do you think Perseverance will find on Mars? Let us know in the comments!
Inside KSC! July 31, 2020
A United Launch Alliance Atlas V 541 rocket powered NASA's Mars 2020 Perseverance rover off the pad at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station's Space Launch Complex 41, starting the spacecraft on its seven-month journey to the Red Planet. Teams of employees at Kennedy Space Center banded together and overcame challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic to produce several live programs promoting the historic Mars 2020 mission.
From One Percy to Another | Mars 2020 Perseverance Launch Celebration
Percival Lowell established Lowell Observatory 126 years ago to study Mars, a field of research that continues today. In celebration of the launch of the Mars 2020 mission's Perseverance Rover, Lowell Observatory staff will cover a number of Mars-related topics, including:
- The science behind the Mars 2020 mission and the Perseverance Rover, from Lowell Observatory educator Hannah Zigo.
- The history of observing Mars at Lowell Observatory, beginning with "Uncle Percy" himself, as told by historian Kevin Schindler.
- Ongoing Mars research by Lowell Observatory astronomer Dr. Jennifer Hanley.
Live stream begins at 6pm AZ/PDT (9pm EDT) on July 30. (*Date subject to change if the launch is delayed.)
#Mars2020 #Perseverance 00:00:28 | Mars 2020 Perseverance Launch Celebration Introduction | Kevin White | Lowell Observatory Educator
00:04:25 | Mars 2020 Mission Overview | Hannah Zigo | Lowell Observatory Educator
00:19:27 | Q&A | Kevin White | Lowell Observatory Educator
00:21:15 | Mars 2020 Perseverance Launch Clip | NASA
00:25:00 | Lowell Observatories History with Mars | Kevin Schindler | Lowell Observatory Historian
00:45:45 | Q&A | Kevin White | Lowell Observatory Educator
00:47:15 | Mars 2020 Perseverance Launch Clip | NASA
00:52:12 | Salts on Mars | Dr. Jennifer Hanely | Lowell Observatory Astronomer
01:04:36 | Q&A – Closing Remarks | Kevin White | Lowell Observatory Educator
01:16:13 | Mars 2020 Perseverance Launch Clip | NASA
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Neil deGrasse Tyson and NASA Chief Scientist Explain New Mars Rover
Earlier in the day today, @NASA successfully launched their latest Mars rover, Perseverance. Now that it’s rocketing its way to Mars, we’re here to explore what it will do once it gets there. Neil deGrasse Tyson and comic co-host Chuck Nice are joined by NASA Chief Scientist James Green, PhD, to break down what Perseverance will be doing once it touches down on the red surface. Firstly, why launch now? James tells us why this is the perfect window to launch to Mars. You’ll learn why NASA is targeting to land Perseverance on an ancient Martian shoreline. We discuss why our own evolution history helps inform us where to land the rover. Find out the logistics of how Perseverance will land on the Martian surface. Will we experience a similar six minutes of terror like we experienced when Curiosity made its descent? James explains why the landing procedures may sound crazy but they actually make “fantastic sense.” You’ll hear about all the different experiments attached to Perseverance including a rock corer, high-tech cameras, and a ground-penetrating radar. Lastly, James tells us about Ingenuity, the tiny helicopter accompanying Perseverance on this mission. All that, plus, find out why James is excited to have a microphone on-board Perseverance. Image credit for background of Mars Perserverance Rover: NASA Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/startalkradio Subscribe to StarTalk: https://www.youtube.com/user/startalkradio?sub_confirmation=1 Follow StarTalk:
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Watch NASA launch the Mars 2020 rover (Perseverance) on ULA's Atlas V Rocket!
We are going back to MARS! Yes you read that correctly, NASA has spent years developing its next piece of hardware to make the daring trek to the red planet. The rover, dubbed Perseverance, will launch from the the East Coast of the United States and will reach Mars in around six months. TIMESTAMPS:
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1:09:01 Boosters separation
1:10:39 Fairing separation
1:11:37 Stage separation and main engine start
1:12:09 Our stream telemetry error
1:51:25 TMI burn start
1:59:16 TMI burn end
2:03:57 Spacecraft separation (CHEERING INTENSIFIES)
2:08:56 5-minute break
2:14:30 Break ends
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