www.tombraiderforums.com

www.tombraiderforums.com (https://www.tombraiderforums.com/index.php)
-   General Chat (https://www.tombraiderforums.com/forumdisplay.php?f=13)
-   -   Live footage of Mars Landing (https://www.tombraiderforums.com/showthread.php?t=225736)

Greatest TR 18-02-21 14:14

Live footage of Mars Landing
 
Today, The Rover will be landing on Mars roughly at 3:55 p.m. Eastern time. That's 9 PM in UK time.
First time in history that it will be filming with the live footage, so you will able to watch Rover enter mars atmosphere and landing.
Here the youtube link to watch it later for live streaming footage

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=21X5...ature=emb_logo

Los Angeles 18-02-21 14:31

Quote:

Originally Posted by Greatest TR (Post 8280326)
Today, The Rover will be landing on Mars roughly at 3:55 p.m. Eastern time. That's 9 PM in UK time.
First time in history that it will be filming with the live footage, so you will able to watch Rover enter mars atmosphere and landing.
Here the youtube link to watch it later for live streaming footage

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=21X5...ature=emb_logo

Thank you, Greatest TR. Very cool!

Blackmoor 18-02-21 14:35

Ooh, I love all this. Thanks for the link.

tlr online 18-02-21 15:28

Thank you for posting.

tlr online 18-02-21 18:52

https://eyes.nasa.gov/apps/mars2020

Greatest TR 18-02-21 20:01

Nasa done it again, Rover has landed safety on Mars as I typing.
Its has been a blast watching for five hours of live streaming :tmb:

Blackmoor 18-02-21 20:05

I just switched it on after it had landed and saw them switch on the camera for the first image. Thrilling to think this is on another planet. Congratulations to them and the other probes (India and UAE) that are there in orbit (I think) also.

I wish they were able to have a camera running from lift off to landing, rotating so we could slowly see the Earth disappearing and Mars appearing over 2 years. Followed by an epic positioning into orbit and then flight to the surface.

perryloo 21-02-21 17:17

Every time I hear of Mars landings, I wish they would land in Cydonia and explore that area, as that's where all the interesting and unusual landmarks are, like the face on mars, the city, the pyramid, the bastion, the spiral mound and the wall. These are all in one area that could possibly have been built or sculptured by an ancient alien civilisation before Mars became uninhabitable, and a ground exploring robot being there and exploring up close and personal, could prove it once and for all, if it is alien artefacts or just very coincidental geography. It would be the most dramatic change to our history of our solar system, if we found out we are not alone. I just cannot figure out why NASA cannot explore and prove it one way or the other, as the technology is there for close exploration.

https://i.postimg.cc/cLX0sXyv/foce.jpg

Blackmoor 21-02-21 18:41

^It might be difficult to land there for some reason?

Accepting that none of us know for certain, what's your view on it, do you think it's something genuinely mysterious or just accidental alignments that look more significant than they are?

perryloo 21-02-21 21:27

Quote:

Originally Posted by Blackmoor (Post 8281150)
^It might be difficult to land there for some reason?

Accepting that none of us know for certain, what's your view on it, do you think it's something genuinely mysterious or just accidental alignments that look more significant than they are?

They could land on a smoother bit of ground outside the area and then move in on wheels, just like the existing rovers can do.

As for do i think these artefacts, if they are artefacts, are they alien, well there is a lot of evidence going by alignments, geometry and features that tend to make it a possibility that the area was made/sculptured rather then natural. But that's why I want a rover to investigate on the ground to prove it one way or another.

Mars is not the only planet with possible artefacts, as when you look at moon pictures, there is the shard, a one mile high tower, I would love to know if that's a geological feature or not. These are just a few of the mysterious objects spotted from space photographs, that need further investigation.

https://i.postimg.cc/zfgzQj94/Nonamegd.jpg


All times are GMT. The time now is 15:22.

Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.11
Copyright ©2000 - 2021, vBulletin Solutions Inc.