The best video NASA has ever produced – ‘7 minutes of terror’ – landing a robot on Mars

 

On Aug 다운로드. 5 or Aug. 6, depending on which part of the country you’re in, the Curiosity spacecraft careening toward Mars will hit the Red Planet’s atmosphere, deploy a supersonic parachute and either land safely on the planet’s surface or perish 다운로드. It’s dramatic stuff, and NASA has produced this Hollywood-style YouTube video, complete with animation and suspenseful music, to preview the landing, evoke that drama and put viewers on the edge of their seats 다운로드.

As engineers explain, it will take seven minutes for Curiosity to travel from the edge of Mars’ atmosphere to the surface, going from a speed of 13,000 mph to zero 2010 엑셀 무료. “If any one thing doesn’t work just right, it’s game over,” engineer Tom Rivellini says.

Because Mars is so far away, it actually takes 14 minutes for the spacecraft’s signal to reach Earth 다운로드. So by the time we learn the spacecraft has hit the top of Mars’ atmosphere, Curiosity will have either have survived the landing or perished for a full seven minutes 패러렐 즈 무료 다운로드.

 

Source: Skye – 7 Minutes of Terror: NASA’s Dramatic Mars-Landing Preview

Test your fear of sharks… is it necessary?

 

Do these pictures make your heart beat fast?

Do you feel a terror?

 

 

 

Or, do you feel like getting a closer look 삼성 프린터 펌웨어 다운로드?

Like, it’s nothing more than a big fish?

 

For they are just that, and gentle as well, called Basking Sharks – they are 40-foot long docile giants 다운로드.

Take a look at their mouths to see how they feed, by filtering water.

They are twice as large as Great White Sharks 다운로드.

 
 

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