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2:25Artemis: We Are Focused
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  • It's two week later, I know it lands safely, and it's still nerve wracking to watch

  • Nasa i need toppat rocket form completing the mission

  • I'm just a poor man with a universal vision to explore the know galaxies.

  • It should be allowed for any person who is willing to serve. shouldn't be for just the educated, but for those of us who have Spirit to journey out and off the planet.

  • GRASSROOTS PROGRAM!!!!

  • WE OUGHT TO FORM ANOTHER DEMONSTRATION GROUP TO STOP GOOD AND HONORABLE FOLKS FROM EXPOSING THEMSELVES TO DANGEROUS SITUATIONS IN NASA!!! Who’s with me?!?!?

  • Guys, what if the moon landing itself still happened but they filmed the moon landing in a studio because one of the astronauts accidentally dropped the tape out of the spaceship?

    • @Dan Severns I was making a joke but that’s really nice to know.

    • The live signal was broadcast to earth. They did not bring back video tape. The did bring back 16mm film.

  • OH MY GOD ...! only NASA could make this video ..smile!

  • Ever heard about Starship?

  • Ta bom... tá bom... deixa para lá vou escolher em qual mentira vou acreditar🙄🙄

  • Burger King is going to the moon great

  • Out of South Africa...Salute NASA!!!

  • So...is it flat?...or not?

  • maybe this time let an esa astronaut go itd be cool to see one up there

  • But don't worry guys Elon is going to skip all of this and send people straight to Mars in just a few years. He promises it's not hard! Elon is such a con artist.

  • ❤️

  • The people at 5:10 will DIE

  • Why would anyone dislike this video?

  • We no need a more robot, thinking about on the last step.

  • 2026 to late.

  • You saved the RAT?

  • just imagine having to go to the restroom after putting the space suit on

  • so awesome..

  • Why the flames of that small rocket doesn't seem

  • GOOD TO SEE MANKINDS FUTURE WASNT PUT ON HOLD 🤔🤔🤔🤔😁😁😁😁😁😁

  • It's so crazy you can't even tell how high the rover is

  • Never will go to the moon, SpaceX will be there first.

  • Hatalmas újítás ez a kamerákkal körülövezett Marsot érés! Köszönet érte! A huge innovation is the maturation of Mars surrounded by cameras! Thanks for!

  • 👋👏👏👏SEM

  • Ok what the hack, NASA? We need a video, walkthrough etc.

  • Martians: yo stop trashing on our planet.

  • This is the most informative music video I've ever watched

  • One day we will look back and say: "Remember when we used to go to the moon on rockets? Now we have teleportation stations across the universe!"

  • Life on moon

  • The earth is hurtling through space at over 66,000 MPH. The rocket takes off vertical. So, it's above the launch pad going up and up gaining speed. So, It should ALSO be going over 66,000 MPH sideways to keep up with the earth below. Question: at what point does it stop going sideways at 66,000 MPH and sees the earth speed off in the distance? When weightlessness occurs? Think about this. The moon is orbiting the earth while it, too, is traveling over 66,000 MPH in the direction of earth's orbit. If you watch the video of the rocket hitting the dome, it goes straight up with the earth still below. So, all the while the earth and the rocket are traveling 66,000 MPH in the same direction? You would have thought the astronauts would have mentioned it.

  • Most Thai people love China.

  • Most Thai people love China.

  • Most Thai people love China.

  • I miss the international system of units

  • This is so exciting !

  • 2:40

  • I was moved by Collin's concern for the environment and the detrimental impact of overpopulation. RIP Neil.

  • I'm asmelash gebremariam (below) from Ethiopia tigray

  • Hello

  • Imagine this moment in the future history books

  • Go Victor! Next man on the moon!

  • sheer awe

  • Come on. Building only engine for 5 years and "we are focused " haha.

  • how tf is the control center getting real time live video from the rover when it takes forever to send a signal from mars to earth?

    • The was no real time video. At the time of EDL, the one-way light travel time was 11 minutes and 22 seconds. The rover recorded the various EDL videos and downloaded them to Earth a day or two later. JPL took those videos and merged them with the Mission Control commentary to produce this video. The controllers had only basic telemetry to monitor the rover and that is what they are commenting on.

    • It was not a real time video.

  • Elon Musk: I'm about to end this mans whole carrier.

  • POG! <:O

  • Did we waste our time with the space shuttle program ?

  • Long life for all worldwide humabing asmelash gebremariam from Ethiopia tigray

  • @1:30 spaceX vehicle visited her in 2012 ?

  • WHATS THAT ROVER AT 0:22 ?

  • So the next after Modern Generation is Artemis Generation?

  • Hello Future, I hope that KO-u wont do away with comments section. The year is 2021, we first see MARS in HD, ooh you live there? for us it was just a legend. I hope life there is fantastic. No diseases like Covid 19 and such. Kindly start replies in the year 3021 and above

  • godspeed John Glen RIP

  • and only 20k souls watch....what CHarles Bolden say .PRAY!

  • All these inspirational comments are good and all, but where are the flat earthers?

  • Почему в момент открытия парашюта мимо не пролетели щит и часть отделившаяся ведь их скорость была выше. Вы опять обманули весь мир как с луной и роботами.

  • What a acting man!!! Nasa think we all the people are fool

  • Jonny Kim took inspirations from Johnny Sins

  • American talent !!! I love you Lindsey. Beautiful lady !!! NASA - Amazing video !!! Thank you. Johnny

  • NASA = $651 million 2013 ISRO = $74 million 2013

  • 2:03

  • People will be watching this in future history lessons. That’s kinda Cool

  • Yay, science!

  • "Tango-Delta. Touchdown confirmed. Perseverance safely on the surface of Mars, ready to begin seeking signs of past life". Hearing that is always a tear jerker.

  • I don't know why but it looks unreal to me.

    • it could be because the landing of a robot onto another planet is not exactly something you see everyday

  • A moon base?

  • 9 years later Perseverance was lauched at the same rocket as Juno.

  • Just imagine some dude from 2000 years ago seeing this footage

  • Why no fire from busters and where fuel tank, it must be big one 🤔

    • Steve Adams they have any video of testing this crane on earth?

    • The sky crane uses a mono propellant called hydrazine. It decomposes into nitrogen and hydrogen and a little ammonia. These gases are all transparent. That is why the rocket plumes are clear. The sky crane has 4 propellant tanks loaded with a total of 401 kilograms of hydrazine.

    • Please learn to use google

  • NASA X SPACEX

  • Shut up your mouth

  • I'm excited to know the atmosphere Composition (air) on Mars.. which gases are existing on that planet..

  • Test a plant will alive in Mars

  • Puisqu'il y a le feu sur l'appareil qui porte persévérance , donc l'oxygène est présent sur Mars ! N'est-ce pas ?