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  • NASAs Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover Landing Animations

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    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

    For more information about Perseverance, visit

    Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

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  • The Curious Life of a Mars Rover | Nat Geo Live

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    Having helped design the Mars rovers Spirit, Opportunity, and Curiosity, NASA engineer Kobie Boykins reveals what these robots are telling us about the existence of life on the red planet.
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  • Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity Rover Animation

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    This 11-minute animation depicts key events of NASA's Mars Science Laboratory mission, which will launch in late 2011 and land a rover, Curiosity, on Mars in August 2012. A shorter 4-minute version of this animation, with narration, is also available on our youtube page.

  • Perseverance Rover’s Descent and Touchdown on Mars

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    NASA's Mars 2020 Perseverance mission captured thrilling footage of its rover landing in Mars' Jezero Crater on Feb. 18, 2021. The real footage in this video was captured by several cameras that are part of the rover's entry, descent, and landing suite. The views include a camera looking down from the spacecraft's descent stage (a kind of rocket-powered jet pack that helps fly the rover to its landing site), a camera on the rover looking up at the descent stage, a camera on the top of the aeroshell (a capsule protecting the rover) looking up at that parachute, and a camera on the bottom of the rover looking down at the Martian surface.

    The audio embedded in the video comes from the mission control call-outs during entry, descent, and landing.

    For more information about Perseverance, visit

    Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

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  • Time-Lapse More 11 Years the Opportunity Rover in Mars,

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    NASA's Opportunity rover has 'run' a science marathon (and then some!) on the Red Planet, traveling over 26.2 miles. The Mars Exploration Rover team compiled ‘Hazcam’ imagery (2004 - 2015), combined with terrain vibration data, odometer readings and made a map to track the journey. -- More about the Opportunity's Mar's Marathon Win:

    Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
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  • New Mars Curiosity Rover Pictures

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    We follow the Curiosity Rover on Mars as it climbs up a Martian mountain named Mount Sharp. We have selected only the clearest footage from Mars to give you a sense of actually being there alongside Curiosity. All the places that NASA has explored have been given nicknames, which you will see in the video. Some of the images have been 'white balanced' by NASA to give geologists a clearer view of the rocks.

    A quick summary of the Journey:

    Landing in the Gale Crater, Curiosity heads towards Yellowknife Bay, taking its first drive over 'Glenelg'. In Yellowknife Bay, Curiosity finds the first evidence that the Gale Crater was once filled with salty water.

    Curiosity goes on to explore the Bagnold Dunes and crosses through the Naukluft Plateau into Murray Buttes where it begins to ascend Mount Sharp. Climbing on top of 'Vera Rubin Ridge' provides Curiosity with a magnificent view, from where we started in the Gale Crater.

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    credits: NASA/JPL CALTECH/ESA/UA/MSAA

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  • NASAs Perseverance Rover Captures the Sounds of Mars

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    NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover carries two microphones which are directly recording sounds on the Red Planet, including the Ingenuity helicopter and the rover itself at work. For the very first time, these audio recordings offer a new way to experience the planet.

    Earth and Mars have different atmospheres, which affects the way sound is heard. Justin Maki, a scientist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory and Nina Lanza, a scientist at Los Alamos National Laboratory, explain some of the notable audio recorded on Mars in this video.

    For more information on Perseverance, visit

    Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/LANL/CNES/CNRS/IRAP/DPA

  • NASA’s Curiosity Mars Rover Finds A Changing Landscape

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    NASA’s Curiosity rover explores Mount Sharp, a 5-mile-tall (8-kilometer-tall) mountain within the basin of Gale Crater on Mars.

    Curiosity’s Deputy Project Scientist, Abigail Fraeman of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California, gives viewers a descriptive tour of Curiosity's location. The panorama was captured by the rover’s Mast Camera, or Mastcam, on July 3, 2021, the 3,167th Martian day, or sol, of its mission. Read the full story at:

    Curiosity landed nine years ago on August 5, 2012, with a mission to study whether different Martian environments could have supported microbial life in the ancient past, when long-lived lakes and groundwater existed within Gale Crater.

    Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS

  • Timelapse of a Mars Rover

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    Using raw rover imagery and the sound of actual wind on Mars, I painted this little portrait of Opportunity, our faithful little martian rover friend that was lost earlier this year. Losing a rover feels a little like losing a pet. But for all that it accomplished, and for our ability to revel in all the awesome images it collected over its lifetime, its end is bittersweet. Oppy traveled 28 miles on Mars over a span of 14 years - an amazing feat of engineering and human ambition.

    After sifting through thousands of raw Mars images for hours and hours, I have developed a strange sense of Mars as a real place I have been, riding alongside this little rover that could, making laps across rocky martian plains. My hope is this little portrait gives you a glimpse of that same feeling. Still can't believe we put a vehicle on mars that lasted almost 15 years. I don’t even expect my car to run that long. Humans are pretty rad sometimes.

    Thanks to all the people at NASA, JPL, and beyond who made this mission possible. Thanks to Matt Brealey for help collecting raw images. And thanks to Juan Benet and my Patreon subscribers for their support of this creation: Kalexan, Laine Boswell, Holly, Abraxas, Alina Sigaeva, Ahmad M Alquarni, Amal Isaac, Benedikt Winter, Chris Becker, Aksel Tjønn, Daniel Saltzman, Crystal, Dave & Debbie Boswell, David Southpaw, Eico Neumann, Ezri Legler, Frances Kubat, geekiskhan, Gergo Rostasi, Giulia Carrozzino, Hannah Murphy, Ivan Sivák, James Lyon, Jeremy Kerwin, JousterL, Julio Hernández Camero, Kody Cotterill, Lars Støttrup Nielsen, Leonard van Vliet, Leo Botinelly, Marnix Bruinsma, Michael Li, Mihai Ioan Pop, Mohana Chandiran Dhukkaram, Mitchel Mattera, Nathan Paskett, Patrick Cullen, Patrick Raimond, Preston Maness, Rodrigo Sambade Saá, Randall Bollig, Roman Shishkin, Sean Tham, Silas Rech, Stefan Stettner, The Cleaner, TheMoonWalker115, Virtual_271, Vladislav Gudzenko, Timothy E Plum, Virtual_271, Westin Johnson, Yan Kononov, and Yannic.

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  • 11+ Years of Mars Roving in 8 Minutes | Time-Lapse Video

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    NASA's Opportunity rover has 'run' a science marathon (and then some!) on the Red Planet, traveling over 26.2 miles. The Mars Exploration Rover team compiled ‘Hazcam’ imagery (2004 - 2015), combined with terrain vibration data, odometer readings and made a map to track the journey. -- More about the Opportunity's Mar's Marathon Win:

    Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

  • 8.5 Years Time-lapse of Curiosity Rover Driving & Drilling on Mars Front Camera View

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    An 8.5 years time-lapse video of Curiosity Rover Driving and Drilling on Mars and its location/position. From Martian Day (Sol) 16 to 3,071 (Aug 22, 2012 to March 27, 2021).

    The video was made by using images and data provided by NASA.

    Curiosity Rover is a car-sized Mars rover designed to explore the Gale crater on Mars in order to find out if the crater has ever offered favorable environmental conditions for microbial life, and perform planetary habitability studies in preparation for human exploration.

    Curiosity was launched on November 26, 2011, from Cape Canaveral. Using a series of complicated landing maneuvers never before attempted, the rover landed on Mars on August 6, 2012, at Aeolis Palus, a plain between the northern wall of Gale crater and the northern foothills of Aeolis Mons.

    The rover’s mission duration was supposed to be two years. But in December 2012, its mission was extended indefinitely.

    The Curiosity rover is the most technologically advanced rover ever built before. It is equipped with 17 cameras and a robotic arm with a suite of specialized laboratory-like tools and instruments.

    Credit: NASA/JPL

  • Mars Rover Spirits Entire Journey on Mars - Time Lapse

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    The name of the song is Exploration B by Terry Devine-King.

    This video is composed of 3,418 frames taken by Spirit's front-right hazcam played back at 24 frames per second. The images are either 1024 x1024, 512 x 512, or 256 x 256 pixels.

    This time-lapse covers 4.8 miles of driving over the course of 5 years, 3 months, 27 days.

    Images Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech.

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  • NASA Curiosity Rovers 5-Year Time-Lapse

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    To celebrate Curiosity's 5-year anniversary, NASA released amazing time-lapse footage that spans Curiosity's time on Mars, so far. We can't wait to see what Curiosity finds next.

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  • Building Mars 2020 Rover Perseverance

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    See NASA’s next Mars rover quite literally coming together inside a clean room at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. This behind-the-scenes look at what goes into building and preparing a rover for Mars, including extensive tests in simulated space environments, was captured from March to July 2019. The rover is expected to launch to the Red Planet in summer 2020 and touch down in February 2021.

  • NASA’s 2020 Rover Moves into Mars Simulation Chamber

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    In this time-lapse video, taken at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, bunny-suited engineers move the Mars 2020 rover into a large vacuum chamber for testing in Mars-like environmental conditions. For more info about the mission, visit

    Video credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

  • Mars Rover Spirits Entire Journey on Mars - Time Lapse - 6FPS

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    This video is composed of 3,418 frames taken by Spirit's front-right hazcam played back at 6 frames per second. The images are either 1024 x1024, 512 x 512, or 256 x 256 pixels.

    This time-lapse covers 4.8 miles of driving over the course of 5 years, 3 months, 27 days.

  • Pit Crew for Mars: NASAs Mars 2020 Rover Gets Some Wheels

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    A team of engineers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, install the legs and wheels — otherwise known as the mobility suspension — on the Mars 2020 rover. The imagery for this accelerated time-lapse was taken on June 13, 2019, from a camera above the Spacecraft Assembly Facility's High Bay 1 clean room.

    JPL is building and will manage operations of the Mars 2020 rover for the NASA Science Mission Directorate at the agency's headquarters in Washington. For more information about the mission, go to:

    Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

  • 2027 Mars Rover Concept | Space X & Tesla

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    what will we drive on mars? a tesla?

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    - compact for transport (folds together)
    - for 6 crew members
    - solar powered
    - 2 robotic arms
    - magnetic spheredrive for best mobility (goodyear eagle-360)
    - floating on liquid surfaces
    - pressurized & expandable crew cabin
    - great visibility (camera, radar, infrared, lasers, panoramic windows and roof)
    - probe opening
    - up to 30 km/h
    - level 5 autonomy
    - adjustable cabin height
    - sphere to contain oxygen for breathing
    - exchangeable batterypack
    - wireless charing
    - dynamic laser lights

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  • Opportunity Rover On Mars

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    NASA announced the completion of the Mars Exploration Rover (MER) Opportunity’s mission after a final attempt to command the rover on 12 February 2019. Opportunity last communicated with Earth on 10 June 2018, as a global dust storm blanketed the solar-powered rover's location on Mars. Opportunity landed at Meridiani Planum on Mars 25 January 2004. The rover had an initial goal of driving 600 meters and operating for 90 Martian days (sols). Instead, Opportunity operated over 14 years, and traveled over 45 kilometers.
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  • LEGO IDEAS / CUUSOO 21104 NASA Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity Rover #005 Time Lapse Build

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    A time lapse build of the LEGO IDEAS / CUUSOO 21104 NASA Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity Rover #005.

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    The LEGO® NASA Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity Rover has landed! Designed by real Curiosity Rover engineer, Stephen Pakbaz, and chosen by LEGO CUUSOO members, this amazing LEGO version of the highly advanced mobile laboratory features lots of great details, such as 6-wheel rocker-bogie suspension, articulated robotic arm and multiple camera sets. This great model also comes with a fascinating booklet with building instructions and information about the history of Mars exploration and the Curiosity Rover, plus a display plate complete with LEGO brick Martian rocks – perfect for testing out the rover’s go-anywhere suspension!

    Features 6-wheel suspension, articulated robotic arm and multiple camera sets
    Build the model that LEGO® CUUSOO members requested!
    Drive over tough obstacles with the 6-wheel suspension
    Play out your very own Martian science missions!
    Reach out for samples with the robotic arm
    Includes white, grey and black bricks for a metallic look
    Includes building instructions and exclusive information booklet
    Designed by a real Curiosity Rover engineer!
    Rover measures over 3” (10cm) high, 5” (15cm) long and 4” (12cm) wide
    Robotic arm extends over 2” (7cm)

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  • Curiosity Rover NavCam Timelapse

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    This is a timelapse I have put together of the Mars rover Curiosity's mission so far (up to Sol 49). All images are from the left navigation camera.

    Timelapse is at 6 frames per second.

    All photos available from the Curiosity mission website

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  • Mars Rover Spirits Entire Journey on Mars Time Lapse 6FPS

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  • NASAs Mars 2020 Rover Does Biceps Curls

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    Time lapse video of robotic arm on NASA's Mars 2020 rover handily maneuvers 88-pounds (40 kilograms) worth of sensor-laden turret as it moves from a deployed to stowed configuration. For more information about the turret and the Mars 2020 mission, visit

  • Rover POV: Five Years of Curiosity Driving on Mars

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    Five years of images from the front left hazard avoidance camera (Hazcam) on NASA's Curiosity Mars rover were used to create this time-lapse movie. The inset map shows the rover's location in Mars' Gale Crater. Each image is labeled with the date it was taken, and its corresponding sol (Martian day), along with information about the rover's location at the time.

  • Mars Curiosity rover: Nasa release one year timelapse - Truthloader

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    Nasa have released a timelapse of over 500 photos detailing the journey and work of the Mars Curiosity Rover, which landed on August 5th 2012. The images show the rover moving for the first time, passing the infamous 'pyramid' rock and taking its first scoops of martian rock and soil.

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  • NASA Mars Science Laboratory Mission Animation HDx1280

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    Released April 4, 2011, courtesy of NASA/JPL: This artist's concept animation depicts key events of NASA's Mars Science Laboratory mission, which will launch in late 2011.

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  • 4K Timelapse - Atlas V Launches Mars 2020 Rover

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  • This Time-Lapse Shows The Full Duration Of The Mars Rover Liftoff | Inverse

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    At 7:50am on July 30, 2020, Atlas V rocket carrying the Perseverance Rover to Mars launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida. Check out this time-lapse of the Rover as it got closer to liftoff and finally left on its expedition to the Red Planet.

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  • LEGO: Building NASAs Curiosity Mars Rover - a timelapse

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    A quick timelapse of me building the Lego Cuusoo 'Curiosity' Rover. Or as NASA calls it: the Mars Science Laboratory.



    The music is, of course, 'Mars' from Holst's 'The Planets'. This is a public domain version, sped up by me.



    I also found this great video that features an interview with the guy who created the kit design, and also worked on the actual, real Curiosity rover!

  • Mars Diffracts! - Curiosity Rover Lego Timelapse

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    An epic journey into the role of X-ray diffraction in space!

    Astrobiologist and intrepid science communicator Lewis Dartnell presents a new short film revealing the crucial role that x-ray crystallography is playing in understanding the formation and history of our planetary neighbour, Mars.

    Explaining the techniques used by the Curiosity Rover to analyse the Martian surface, Lewis reveals what the discovery of clay might mean for the possibility of life on the Red Planet.

    Joined by space scientists responsible for designing and operating instruments over 60 million kilometres away, Lewis delves into the mysteries of interplanetary exploration including: How do you design reliable instruments for use on other planets? Should we send humans to Mars? And, what does the next mission to the Red Planet look like?

    Featuring instrument scientist Graeme Hansford (University of Leicester) and John Bridges, a participating scientist with the NASA Mars Science Laboratory working on the current Curiosity mission.

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  • Mars Rover Opportunity - 500 Sol Timelapse

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    This is a Timelapse video I made that shows Opportunity's first 500 sols (martian days) on Mars. Like and Subscribe. I will also be posting a time lapse of Opportunity's first 10 years on Mars once it's done.

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  • Lego 21104 NASA Mars Curiosity Rover

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    Lego set 21104 aka CUUSOO 005 special edition of the NASA Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity Rover, review and timelapse build.

    295 pieces, released on New Year's Day January 1st 2014, retails for $34.99 CAD, sold out very quickly but stock comes and goes so check Lego.com often, designed by Stephen Pakbaz, an actual NASA engineer who worked on the actual rover that's on Mars right now. I made a few errors, took about 1 hr to build with many small pieces, and from what I can tell, is very accurate to the real thing.

    If you're a space and science fan, this set is definitely for you. Great for display especially on an desk at work.

  • 5-Year Time-Lapse Curiosity Rover

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    Curiosity's 5-year anniversary, NASA released amazing time-lapse rare footage .

  • NASA Begins Building Next Mars Rover Mission

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    In just a couple of years, NASA’s newest rover will be flying to Mars. The Mars 2020 mission will use the next generation of science and landing technology to collect rock samples for possible return by a future mission. For more info, visit the mission site at

  • Mars rover Actual Run 2, timelapse

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  • NASA Curiosity Rover Timelapse - Camera FHAZ/FLB, Sol 1434-1566

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  • Relaxing Mars 8K 360° Night Time Lapse - Curiosity Rover 1.8 Billion Pixel Pano 360 View 8K 360°

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    NASA’s Curiosity rover sent back the highest-resolution panorama image its ever captured on Mars. Made up of nearly 1,200 individual images stitched together, the 360° panorama weighs in at an incredible 1.8 billion pixels, or 1.8 gigapixels. I was able to edit two source NASA images into one file while adding in an immersive 360 milky way time lapse. The end result allows you to experience the surface of Mars at NIGHT in stunning 8K 360 VR! Also included in the beginning and end of the video are actual audio recordings of martian wind blowing across NASA’s previous robot InSight lander. It's the closest thing to being there!

    This is an 8K 360º interactive video! Click and drag to pan camera in any direction or simply move your mobile device/tablet to look around. Be sure to select the highest streaming quality on your device for best viewing experience (2160s in most cases for mobile, 4320s for desktop viewing). You can also experience this with a VR headset through YouTube's app. 360º views are supported on mobile YouTube App, Firefox & Chrome Browsers. Also now supported on newer SmartTVs using the YouTube app (at 1440p or 4K resolution). For iOS users, the video may need to be viewed in the YouTube app to enable 360º movement.

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    The photo was just released by NASA on March 4, 2020, though it was actually captured between November 24th and December 1st of 2019, when the rover had a rare chance to sit still for several days in a row. You can learn more by visiting:


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  • Time Lapse Curiosity Rover Mars

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    Note This is not my video. Props to Karl Sanford I wanted something to test out the Fish eye plug in of FCP X

    Karl says,
    Published on 22 May 2013
    This is a time lapse video from the Curiosity Rover, created with the Raw Images available at .

    Created by using only Full Data Product from the Front Left Hazcam and covers the period between Sol 0 (August 8th, 2012) and Sol 281 (May 21st, 2013).


    Want to see how this was created? All the code I wrote to create this video is available on GitHub:

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  • Mars Rover Blender 3D Modeling Timelapse

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  • NASA Curiosity Rover Timelapse - Camera FHAZ/FRB, Sol 1669-1715

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  • LEGO Curiosity rover build time lapse

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    80 minutes of building the LEGO Curiosity set compressed to just over a minute

  • The Curiosity Rover Landing

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    Landing will take place the night of August 5th, 1:30 AM eastern, 10:30 pm pacific, and 6:30 AM GMT (August 6th.)

    NASA will be streaming live here:

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    The Mars Science Laboratory or Curiosity Rover is the largest payload ever delivered to the surface of a planet and it has a terrifyingly complicated descent and landing strategy. First, the atmosphere takes it from 13,000 mph to 2,000 mph. Then a parachute takes it down to 200 mph. The final, powered-descent stage lowers the craft to 21 feet above the surface, at which point it will be lowered by a tether and the rockets will detach and crash land elsewhere.

    If the Curiosity survives it's descent to Mars, it will be the most robust scientific tool to ever explore another planet. The size of a small car, the craft has a planned mission length of two years, during which time it could travel over 12 miles.

    Curiosity's goals are to study the geology and climate of Mars, to determine whether there was once life there, and to prepare for future human exploration of the Red Planet.

  • Opportunity rover time-lapse

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    Opportunity time-lapse video from 2014-01-25 to 2016-10-02

    Credits: NASA APIs

  • LEGO Space Rover Timelapse Build

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    This video shows the full process of building the Space Rover. The actual build took about an hour.

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  • NASAs Mars Rover Curiositys journey Sol 100-200 - time lapse

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    Curiosity's journey sol 100-200 is finally here! This is Curiosity's entire journey from sol 100-200 from the front hazcams. Sol means martian day by the way. Enjoy! Subscribe for more mars rover videos.
    Slowed down version here

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