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  1. Mike KSP

    Mike KSP4 kuukautta sitten

    Very Nice

  2. Jesús Coronel Gamer

    Jesús Coronel Gamer10 kuukautta sitten


  3. Vinicius Martins Almeida

    Vinicius Martins Almeida10 kuukautta sitten

    That´s great to see a Brazilian woman working for NASA!!Parabéns Jackie!

  4. Eric Finot

    Eric FinotVuosi sitten

    En écoutant ton accent, je me sens bilingue.

  5. Steven Million

    Steven MillionVuosi sitten

    Ridiculous prototype....

  6. Jutka Temesváriné Vágó

    Jutka Temesváriné VágóVuosi sitten

    ilyesztően szörnyű!!!!!!

  7. Valley Community Church

    Valley Community ChurchVuosi sitten

    I love Melanie she is an awesome woman <3

  8. Deanta Saeran

    Deanta SaeranVuosi sitten

    Am I the only one who mentally put music with this?

  9. William 威廉

    William 威廉Vuosi sitten

    20 millions dollars in 4 seconds

  10. rvdm88

    rvdm882 vuotta sitten


  11. anthony toscano

    anthony toscano2 vuotta sitten

    Even the ice and snow looks dirty from pollution, seems like that is not a good thing as the darker landscape will increase the problem even further.

  12. Kananaskis Country

    Kananaskis Country2 vuotta sitten

    why is there no sound on this presentation, I can't learn nothing here because i'm blind

  13. Vijay Nathan

    Vijay Nathan2 vuotta sitten

    Very Strong Woman.. kudos

  14. Craig Mooring

    Craig Mooring2 vuotta sitten

    How do the CubeSats work in the project? How do they insert into orbit?

  15. Scout DBB

    Scout DBB3 vuotta sitten

    Inspiring!! I love this!

  16. jatin sohal

    jatin sohal3 vuotta sitten

    which are the courses to become astrobiologist in canada

  17. Gary Ortolano

    Gary Ortolano3 vuotta sitten

    You go Sue !!! That was my mom's name btw. That's an awesome job you have !

  18. Tarek Radi

    Tarek Radi3 vuotta sitten

    Congratulations Susan on 60 years at JPL! Wow! What an accomplishment. What a career! Congrats! Wishing you all the best in all your future endeavors.

  19. Rumilda Olik

    Rumilda Olik3 vuotta sitten

    kudos to her :-)

  20. Syawaludin Bahrudin

    Syawaludin Bahrudin3 vuotta sitten

    Did I missed it? Awww man

  21. Kyle Campbell

    Kyle Campbell3 vuotta sitten

    Nice umbrella. Just kidding

  22. Ricardo Nuno Silva

    Ricardo Nuno Silva3 vuotta sitten

    @JPLraw, I've been waiting for you guys to release this on FItitle for 3 years now!... You didn't even sell the DVD in your store anymore. Come on, give us a break and publish this so the world can see Voyager's deep space quest.

  23. William Cox

    William Cox4 vuotta sitten

    Nice stuff. Taking ISM measurements "onsite" will answer a lot of ongoing questions about stellar evolution, galactic magnetism, and take a snapshot of what we can expect to encounter if we ever develop translight or transtemporal drives. The days of Science Fiction monthly magazines filling young minds with the potential for human expansion beyond our formative star system-Spindizzy powered Cities in Flight, Generation Ships carrying millions in cryonic suspension, Dyson Spheres traveling in real time at 90% of Light Speed, Robotic Terraforming Probes seeding alien worlds to make them human friendly, Beam Transmission- have long gone, leaving in their wake a generation of hard bitten "can do" engineers who are constrained to accomplish the most outrageous briefs on the cheap. Ballistics is awfully close to being a science . . . at least when you do it this well. To put a probe on target ten years down range is a nice job of work in Newtonian Physics. To weave the multiple body paradigm required for Outer System exploration is a master work, of math at the very least. Unfortunately, most of the environments we'll encounter beyond our four inner planets, are so alien to our conceptions that we'll have trouble trying to envision the sort of machines we'll need; their materials, structures, power supplies, and intelligence, and a suitable design life expectancy. How do you resist infracold transgalactic voids? Or clouds of grit traveling at a fair relative clip? How do you see well enough to record useful video out beyond Pluto? Most importantly, however, is: "how do you sell it so that funding keeps coming down the pipe?" Lately, the whole "It could be life . . . expect BEMs everywhere there's ice!" thing has increased public awareness, I'll grant you that. When we move out into the transgalactic parking lot (AKA Solar Neighborhood), though, distances get wayyy larger and communications speed does not increase to keep things nice and topical. We'll wait . . .decades . . . centuries . . . millenia . . . and folks will drift off to sports and daytime scripted reality TV. We'll need much faster probes than we envision at the moment, or communications quick-or quicker-than lightspeed. If our culture continues to survive and funding for space projects keeps coming, it will be a great time to be an engineer working in the field. New materials, new design philosophy, new engine concepts . . .

  24. Eshaan Sharma X-B

    Eshaan Sharma X-B4 vuotta sitten


  25. GC

    GC5 vuotta sitten

    is there any way i can recreate this for a project?

  26. Julian West

    Julian West5 vuotta sitten

    Birkeland Current entering Jupiter's north pole; "dark vortex" is a diocotron instability.

  27. BenShapiro2 WT

    BenShapiro2 WT5 vuotta sitten

    I really want to know how to make one 😃

  28. StereoSpace

    StereoSpace5 vuotta sitten

    I enjoy these, but the video snips are disjointed and the editing is terrible. I'm not looking for Hollywood cinema, but some basic plan for the video and basic video editing skill would help. The science is interesting though.

  29. Micah ng'ang'a

    Micah ng'ang'a5 vuotta sitten

    good work ,nice technology for information, credability,education performance

  30. flow in

    flow in5 vuotta sitten

    what's the light? that's what is interesting. Vortex theories of planetary formation - we expect hollow, double vortex based planets

  31. Aten Ra

    Aten Ra5 vuotta sitten

    ..... Imagine our sun is an atom and the planets/moons are neutrons and electrons, imagine every atom inside your body is a star, imagine that every star in the night sky is a single atom inside a body, galaxies are molecules, collections of atoms,Imagine the billions of stars we see as the universe all make a human... a fractally nested human being repeating in a mandlebrot type infinite loop... the light that takes billions of years to reach us from the distant stars, is like the electrical impulse that travels between atoms in our body in billionths of a second... your consciousness is the collective consciouness/godhead of the inhabitants inside you and the collective consciousness/godhead that we pray to/connect with is the singular consciousness of the body within which our star exists, so for instance, me, writing this now, my singular consciousness is the collective of the billions of different species and races living inside me, and the singular consciousness i connect to is the collective of billions of different races within this universe, when we die we rejoin the collective consciousness as step along an enlightening process, imagine your mind expanding as the billions of souls inside you on an atomic level, join into your waking consciousness as you grow and develop as an individual... each one of us is a drop of consciousness like a drop of water from a lake, experiencing this reality from every perspective possible, so the godhead of the next step up is someone on this planet, our universe is a human body, each one of us on earth has our own universe and we all live inside each other in a mandlebrot fractally nested human, 7 billion interlooped dimensions/realities. each one of us is the same as everyone else, we all have the same soul, we are all born the same and die the same, the only difference is the experiences between these 2 points....and then..... imagine the rotating mask illusion,where the inside of a rotating mask looks like the outside when viewed from the right angle..... you're not inside your body, you're outside looking in through your eyes, the universe is inside your physical shell but your soul is looking in from the outside, the illusion is that you are inside yourself.If you imagine a white space, just white light in every direction, no shapes or forms, everything is pure light, then a human form appears and you look into it's eyes, suddenly you're first person perspective in the physical universe you call your everyday reality.... the eyes really are the window to the soul, your soul is watching this reality like a virtual reality headset. one soul(god) experiencing 7 billion different realities simultaneously

  32. Donald Brown

    Donald Brown5 vuotta sitten

    man...after all the tests, that parachute didn't last 1 second

  33. mike malo

    mike malo5 vuotta sitten

    There's 10:42 I'm never getting back! Why not spend another 5 to say ... 1. LDSD: how can we use 34 letters to spell "parachute" (including spaces)? 2. The video editor may have one of the more severe forms off A.D.D. known to man. 3. How does this project's work potentially improve upon the tech already in use? 4. What are/were the expectations of those potential improvements? 5. This video seems like a fevered dream sequence of an engineer on the project.

  34. James Peters

    James Peters5 vuotta sitten

    Brings back the idea.. the Lunar mission was a hoax.. so Now people will think the Mars missions.. are fake as well.

  35. OrphanPaper

    OrphanPaper5 vuotta sitten

    lovely image

  36. Bsjy Eaz

    Bsjy Eaz5 vuotta sitten

    Thank goodness for algorithms.

  37. Wim Vanschil

    Wim Vanschil6 vuotta sitten

    tnx Leonardo da Vinci for the parachute .

  38. Bill Collinsworth

    Bill Collinsworth6 vuotta sitten

    I like learning about the science, but I wish you would get passed the sound bites and publish the whole interviews; I think our attention span is long enough to handle it.

  39. Mr1984Tx

    Mr1984Tx6 vuotta sitten

    when that guy stands up at 2:17 i was like Oh my god his head it going to get hit! Knowing that he was at a safe distance and it was the angle

  40. Rikdownunda

    Rikdownunda6 vuotta sitten

    that's the best we can do? convinces me the moon landings were fake. if you could animate the first 50 seconds couldn't you clean up the last 5? Government ! Cut their spending!

  41. alex rad

    alex rad6 vuotta sitten

    why not have a structure expand with epoxy or some non gassing resin?

  42. Francisco Skoryna

    Francisco Skoryna6 vuotta sitten

    Like the Star Trek TNG holodeck!!!

  43. taffarelo33

    taffarelo336 vuotta sitten

    Would be nice if the project or some of that project was open-source. I think if combining the power of ours brains we can go further and further. Maybe we anonymous geeks can help improve the actual technology or sharing new ideas. Congrats for the project! Its really make me smile like a child when discovery star wars movies! =D

  44. عمر

    عمر6 vuotta sitten

    Hope it doesn't blue screen on me.

  45. Élisson Amboni

    Élisson Amboni6 vuotta sitten

    Welcome to the future, bitches!

  46. Natyus E Colvin

    Natyus E Colvin6 vuotta sitten

    Cool Video.

  47. Veera Venkata Ramakanth

    Veera Venkata Ramakanth6 vuotta sitten


  48. oli apm

    oli apm6 vuotta sitten

    does the image need to be projected on a wall like it seems to be in the video or are users seeing all the environment into their glasses (terrain data+holograms) and the projection here being made only for the video purpose?

  49. PuanJablo

    PuanJablo6 vuotta sitten

    idk why but the dude's eyes blinking hurts my eyes.

  50. hawkeye0248

    hawkeye02486 vuotta sitten

    Pity the lander landed after its seconds bounce ended up next to a rock which seems to be in permanent shade which is not good news for the lander at all.

  51. aczjbr

    aczjbr6 vuotta sitten

    tava na faculdade com Sarney no planalto

  52. zestydude87

    zestydude876 vuotta sitten

    No sound?

  53. Shue Arie

    Shue Arie6 vuotta sitten

    How privileged are we to view this from the comfort of home? Thank you Team HiRISE.

  54. whoeveriam0iam14222

    whoeveriam0iam142226 vuotta sitten

    0:38 for the footage.. why is this video 50 seconds long?


    THE INFAMOUS MEME6 vuotta sitten

    Triton has possible life


    FPVREVIEWS6 vuotta sitten

    Chute failure, but good data! congratulations JPL on a successful mission! thanks for posting!

  57. Bob Loosemore

    Bob Loosemore6 vuotta sitten

    I liked the flying carrot - that was the only bit I could understand with the commentary missing. Any chance of re-posting JPL?

  58. Billy Bob John

    Billy Bob John6 vuotta sitten

    Metric system please.

  59. Matt Hoskins

    Matt Hoskins6 vuotta sitten

    JPL: A good accompaniment for these videos would be a "day in the life" for some of these wonderful people. Walk around the office, show datacenter, labs, tools, gadgets, etc... The bio would be a lead in. It's about people, anyone can be anything! It would make great classroom viewing.

  60. Matt Hoskins

    Matt Hoskins6 vuotta sitten

    Wow, A great story, well told. I love these videos.

  61. enzawashballs

    enzawashballs6 vuotta sitten

    "Don't be so proud of this technological terror you've constructed" - The Death Star, Darth Vader, Star Wars

  62. Cristian Zerpa

    Cristian Zerpa6 vuotta sitten

    Didn't understand anything.

  63. Eric Aliprandini

    Eric Aliprandini6 vuotta sitten

    so who do I send a check to?

  64. Eric Aliprandini

    Eric Aliprandini6 vuotta sitten

    so who do I send a check to?

  65. Sinbreaker

    Sinbreaker6 vuotta sitten

    Remember in the 60s, 70s and 80s people were denying that the Ozone Layer wasn't really depleting? They also said that the Ozone Layer went through cycles... which it does to an extent. Thankfully we had enough understanding of science in 1980s to realize that humans were a major cause of its depletion and stopped CFCs. Now 30 years later we are in the same boat. Over 95% of our top scientist in our would says humans are the cause... but for some reason people with no education, no degree, no research to their name in climate change still deny that even global warming is happening. Makes you wonder sometimes...

  66. Metkic 94

    Metkic 946 vuotta sitten

    This is only good for one reason,America and Britany would be half in watter,so war would stop,and people would start to use green thenology.

  67. sybilll

    sybilll6 vuotta sitten

    Sheeple. All of you.

  68. billyboyjennings

    billyboyjennings6 vuotta sitten

    "We could have saved ourselves, but we didn't. It's amazing. What state of mind were we in, to face extinction and simply shrug it off?"

  69. Bill Fitzpatrick

    Bill Fitzpatrick6 vuotta sitten

    The people that claim climate change is a natural cycle, seem to forget that those cycles are every 20-30 thousand yrs.The last time(a ice age) this planet was sparsely populated and even then we only survived because of the pockets in southern areas. How do you think 7 billion of us will fare when our farm lands dry up, or when there is no fresh water produced by ice & snow? And will you feel any better if this is caused by natural cycles.

  70. Sea Pig

    Sea Pig6 vuotta sitten

    Good job, humans.