NASA Perseverance Rover Successfully Lands On Mars | Ayman Mohyeldin | MSNBC 1

NASA Perseverance Rover Successfully Lands On Mars | Ayman Mohyeldin | MSNBC


After traveling millions of miles through space and surviving the “seven minutes of terror,” NASA’s Perseverance rover successfully landed on Mars. Aired on 02/18/2021.
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NASA Perseverance Rover Successfully Lands On Mars | Ayman Mohyeldin | MSNBC


    1. Fake News! The earth is flat. Mars is a hoax. We didn’t land on the moon. NASA is government control to make you think and believe what the government wants you to, like masks. Trump 2024.


    2. @D SP It’s scary that if you hadn’t added that “Sarcasm” footnote, there are plenty of folks who would agreed with you comment at face value.

    1. @Buddy Christ But you certainly care about cutting sentences short to make it seem like I was making fun of Texan’s dying instead of Cruz. You’re a very dishonest person, goodbye.

    2. @Jack Sam Yeah because like I said it is irrelevant who you are joking about. If you think it’s the right time for that, I can’t help that you are a sociopath.

    3. @Buddy Christ No, making fun of an elected official who is absent while people in his state are dying isn’t sociopathic. You fit that description better for making it seem like he was making fun of Texans dying instead of Cruz.

    4. @Harris Thomas Maybe you should stop trying to read between the lines and just read the words. My point is simple, there is a time and a place for everything and maybe now isn’t the time for jokes. Maybe you could do something real like donating some food or some tanks of gas so people can stay warm. Or you could be a sociopath and makes jokes while people die.

    5. @Buddy Christ  Take your own advice as you literally cut words out. You took his quote and cut context to make it sound the way you wanted it to sound which is of course something a sociopath would do. Making fun of politicians who go on vacation during their states emergency is 100% fine. Purposefully cutting quotes to make it seem like someone is making fun of people dying isn’t.

    1. Why? How will it improve your quality of life? Other than being a passing moment of interest what could that money wasted on this stupidity have done to help those in need right now?

    1. Because that’s how about 70% with American education (completely ignorant about basically everything) think of NASA sending things to Mars

    2. Because it is a complete waste of time and money for nothing more than a novelty, this does nothing to improve the life of any American. You have children in your country going to bed hungry and sleeping in cars and yet you are completely okay with that because you get to live out some sci fi Hollywood fantasy.

  1. Great news for the Rover. Be interesting to see the helicopter used as I’ve followed its design all the way through.

  2. Amazing to see the unbelievable ignorance of people looking to get their political fix in the comments.

    People in Texas didn’t lose power because we sent a rover to Mars. Stop binge watching political news and maybe learn a thing or two.

    1. No but this is a massive waste of money that is nothing more than a novelty when that $3B could have been used to alleviate the suffering of people.

  3. What an utterly uninformative news clip of the event.
    Why did MSNBC even bother if this was the best they could do?

  4. Drone finds large cavern , inside sees a large room filled with strange dome like columns all in rows very much like an egg nest.
    Drone takes a couple for samples. Samples are retrieved and sent back to earth.
    – Intro theme to Alien starts to play –

  5. Some people don’t like to be bother so I hmm let’s leave our neighbors on their planet alone before they get mad and come for us…

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