Tour of Asteroid Bennu

8 okt. 2020
806 931 Weergaven

When NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft arrived at asteroid Bennu in December 2018, its close-up images confirmed what mission planners had predicted nearly two decades before: Bennu is made of loose material weakly clumped together by gravity, and shaped like a spinning top. This major validation, however, was accompanied by a major surprise. Scientists had expected Bennu’s surface to consist of fine-grained material like a sandy beach, but were instead greeted by a rugged world littered with boulders - the size of cars, the size of houses, the size of football fields. Now, thanks to laser altimetry data and high-resolution imagery from OSIRIS-REx, we can take a tour of Bennu’s remarkable terrain.
Unlock the secrets of asteroid Bennu:
www.nasa.gov/feature/goddard/2002/osiris-rex-unlocks-more-secrets-from-asteroid-bennu
Universal Production Music: “Timelapse Clouds” by Andy Blythe and Marten Joustra; “The Wilderness” by Benjamin James Parsons; “Maps of Deception” by Idriss-El-Mehdi Bennani, Olivier Louis Perrot, and Philippe Andre Vandenhende
Credit: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center
Data provided by NASA/University of Arizona/CSA/York University/Open University/MDA
Dan Gallagher (USRA): Producer
Kel Elkins (USRA): Lead Visualizer
Jonathan North (USRA): Animator
Adriana Manrique Gutierrez (USRA): Animator
Dan Gallagher (USRA): Narrator
Erin Morton (The University of Arizona): Support
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Reacties
  • 02:36 that’s a niceeee Boulder

    HaydenHayden5 uur geleden
  • That is a nice boulder.

    Jeremy KurtzJeremy KurtzDag geleden
  • Scientists expect.... God laughs.

    Robin HackRobin Hack4 dagen geleden
  • Great pictures and exciting commentary: deep impression.

    Hermann RueppellHermann Rueppell6 dagen geleden
  • Vai saber se aTerra ñ FOI composta desta forma

    Graziela NespoliGraziela Nespoli6 dagen geleden
  • A pile of gravel with some large boulders.

    Woodrow MonteWoodrow Monte7 dagen geleden
  • Great musics 🎶 does anyone know them?

    Roger BoralliRoger Boralli8 dagen geleden
  • A lot of thot bots in these comments lol

    Jamal LandryJamal Landry10 dagen geleden
  • Piedi, culo, campi di football, Texas, miglio...ma quando userete l'unità di misura internazionale???

    KaesseKaesse11 dagen geleden
  • I couldn't watch this video anymore. All I'm hearing is mythology.

    a linka link14 dagen geleden
  • I really don't care about old superstitious mythology, so please next time, just stick with science will you?

    get lostget lost15 dagen geleden
    • LET GOST, LET GOST!!!

      Thomas SheridanThomas Sheridan14 dagen geleden
  • why isnt this in color?

    billy bobbbilly bobb15 dagen geleden
  • У меня встал

    Оман Момани ЗадразарОман Момани Задразар17 dagen geleden
  • Should be labeled as Tour of mythology than an asteroid.. wth??

    Bharat RBharat R19 dagen geleden
  • Its just a piece of rock nuffsaid.

    Brads FeetBrads Feet19 dagen geleden
  • NASA: I wonder what that asteroid is made of. Everyone else: Um, rocks?

    Atlas531Atlas53119 dagen geleden
    • debris

      DaveDave18 dagen geleden
  • you would not lie would you!

    goldwildbillgoldwildbill19 dagen geleden
  • Cmon Nasa didnt spend 5 trillion dollars to go look at some rocks in space..theres something else about this planet..ufo base ,underground base ? And how do we know this is really what it looks like.?.could be an extremely advanced race

    Mspeed3Mspeed319 dagen geleden
  • Whoa, enough name explanations! More data instead please...but superb mission views.

    eioshen boboieioshen boboi20 dagen geleden
  • this kind of explanation about asteroid rock..it is rockgasm to my ear..yeah rock en roll.. nice🤘

    kurt. netkurt. net20 dagen geleden
  • I really don't care at all about how they named it.. Ancient Egyptians have absolutely nothing to do with this asteroid. It's just some imaginary nonsense that means nothing.

    Dave BDave B21 dag geleden
  • so were is a asteroid from out of our solar system

    onlythewise1onlythewise122 dagen geleden
    • Seems like a tour of ancient myths.

      eioshen boboieioshen boboi20 dagen geleden
  • Kkkkkkkkkkl😂😂😂😂😂😂👍🏻👍🏻🤪🐃🤫

    F SF S22 dagen geleden
  • Господь Бог создал человека для прекрасного, для изучения и познания Вселенной, для любви к окружающему Миру!!!

    Иван ПетровИван Петров22 dagen geleden
  • it is probably hollow, 2 caps bennu melted together

    A M WoutersA M Wouters22 dagen geleden
  • Whoa, enough name explanations! More data instead please...but superb mission views.

    kolim jonekolim jone23 dagen geleden
  • To no it was there

    rachel egertonrachel egerton24 dagen geleden
  • How can you see a skyscraper 2 billion miles away yah ok

    rachel egertonrachel egerton24 dagen geleden
  • Whoa, enough name explanations! More data instead please...but superb mission views.

    yasio boloyasio bolo24 dagen geleden
    • Even orbiting such a small body is an impressive feat, let alone collecting and returning samples from it.

      kolim jonekolim jone23 dagen geleden
  • Sooo cool!

    Dez SanchezDez Sanchez24 dagen geleden
  • What About Facts 10195 Bennu

    Darlina BenavidezDarlina Benavidez24 dagen geleden
  • What? No Little Prince?

    bcvbb hyuibcvbb hyui24 dagen geleden
  • please, more science, less mythology, too much talking about mytho is kinda non science in a 4 minute video

    Douglas MartinsDouglas Martins24 dagen geleden
    • No precious metal, nothing to mine, no profit but good learning experience.

      yasio boloyasio bolo24 dagen geleden
  • rocks.. that is what are we watching

    Mohamed ElhaddadeMohamed Elhaddade25 dagen geleden
  • What? No Little Prince?

    bocoy noiubocoy noiu25 dagen geleden
    • eso creo Yo

      bcvbb hyuibcvbb hyui24 dagen geleden
  • I learned about arriving...at its target...

    Олег ПоповОлег Попов25 dagen geleden
  • Seems like a tour of ancient myths.

    Priyanka LiyanagePriyanka Liyanage25 dagen geleden
  • God is real..without creator there is no creation... 👈👍👍👍☘️🌿🍀

    Raj RajahRaj Rajah25 dagen geleden
  • sadly door is not locked.

    GAYANGAYAN26 dagen geleden
    • What? No Little Prince?

      bocoy noiubocoy noiu25 dagen geleden
  • Fascinating

    Bob MorganBob Morgan26 dagen geleden
  • This looks like stone in my aquarium.

    Georgekutty JacobGeorgekutty Jacob26 dagen geleden
  • Undisturbed for billions of years and we now go and add mass to it changing it's trajectory...what could possibly go wrong ? Just because we 'can' do something doesn't mean we 'should.'

    isobarisobar27 dagen geleden
    • bravo,ma NASA :)))

      bowen voowybowen voowy26 dagen geleden
  • Yes, I know football field

    Jino JiwanJino Jiwan27 dagen geleden
  • Even orbiting such a small body is an impressive feat, let alone collecting and returning samples from it.

    Charming nowhere to hideCharming nowhere to hide27 dagen geleden
    • Whoa, enough name explanations! More data instead please...but superb mission views.

      bowen voowybowen voowy26 dagen geleden
  • Whoever wrote this was so lame wasting our time with mythology

    Team RoboticTeam Robotic27 dagen geleden
  • Nice animations. Now tell us how do you plan to weaponize this stuff.

    Yacha SikiYacha Siki27 dagen geleden
  • No precious metal, nothing to mine, no profit but good learning experience.

    Antique SailorAntique Sailor28 dagen geleden
  • Shock....myths and legends from nasa!?!?

    Todd 53BTodd 53B28 dagen geleden
    • What a bunch of 💩💩💩💩💩💩💩💩💩💩💩💩💩💩

      Charming nowhere to hideCharming nowhere to hide27 dagen geleden
  • re tittle to Greek and other historic mythology.

    SS28 dagen geleden
  • Me gustan estos vídeos por qué por medio de ellos me doy cuenta que mi Meteorito Seattle 90 tal vez venga del mismo sistema Solar que quizás tenga mucho más tiempo eso creo Yo

    Servando MstsServando Msts28 dagen geleden
  • I wonder who are those 622 shallow brains that put a DISLIKE to this video.

    Re PublishRe Publish28 dagen geleden
  • Bennu Bolue 🍲

    Hari KunHari Kun28 dagen geleden
  • What? No Little Prince?

    CassieCassie28 dagen geleden
  • I learn that every asteroid has its own orbit

    Anand MahalleAnand Mahalle28 dagen geleden
  • annoying voice and too much story also why use football fields as a measurement this video is too American for me

    Dan KerrDan Kerr28 dagen geleden
  • I learned in greek mythology absolutely nothing about this asteroid

    Justin Reed Real EstateJustin Reed Real Estate29 dagen geleden
  • Whoa, enough name explanations! More data instead please...but superb mission views.

    bowen voowybowen voowy29 dagen geleden
    • Less mythology, more science please.

      CassieCassie28 dagen geleden
  • bravo,ma NASA :)))

    MobiolaMobiola29 dagen geleden
  • Bulshit narration

    Viral GamerViral Gamer29 dagen geleden
  • LOL, roger

    Jarheads4YeshuaJarheads4Yeshua29 dagen geleden
  • So it’s just a bunch of rocks bunched together......

    Black widowBlack widow29 dagen geleden
    • Are we supposed to believe this BS??

      bowen voowybowen voowy29 dagen geleden
  • What a bunch of 💩💩💩💩💩💩💩💩💩💩💩💩💩💩

    John van der v.John van der v.29 dagen geleden
  • bECOME A PLANET AFTER BILLION YEARS

    PAPA ROY VLOGZPAPA ROY VLOGZ29 dagen geleden
  • I'm ex muslim. Lord Jesus bless you. Thank you give me a touring

    Muhammad DafMuhammad Daf29 dagen geleden
  • Barış Özcan'dan gelip merakla araştıranlar buralardadır eminim. :D

    OğuzhanOğuzhan29 dagen geleden
  • Nasa great misdirection of information

    J GJ GMaand geleden
  • Whoa, enough name explanations! More data instead please...but superb mission views.

    mikin liroumikin lirouMaand geleden
  • "" TAKE MYTHOLOGY AWAY FROM SCIENCE ""

    Ali SalemAli SalemMaand geleden
  • Less mythology, more science please.

    Todd NewtonTodd NewtonMaand geleden
  • More science and less myth please...

    R IR IMaand geleden
    • Deepak narrated this

      mikin liroumikin lirouMaand geleden
  • I thought this was about an asteroid not mythology BS

    tim mcchesneytim mcchesneyMaand geleden
  • 2:34 OCYPETE SAXUM my new favorite words

    lizard kinglizard kingMaand geleden
  • Are we supposed to believe this BS??

    Your Opinion MattersYour Opinion MattersMaand geleden
  • In a couple of billions years it should have made enough impacts to become a prospective planet looking for a solar system to call home. Perhaps? It may even crash into a ice comet too.

    Phillip DonnellyPhillip DonnellyMaand geleden
  • This is amazing

    eggstueggstuMaand geleden
  • How ridiculous to waste time naming condensed dust when trillions of asteroids are all not waiting for Greek names

    soinhu foitusoinhu foituMaand geleden
  • Um...how do those small rocks stay attached to this small ball of rock? It is so small, its gravitational field must be tiny, if it can be felt at all.

    Sinister VeritasSinister VeritasMaand geleden
  • One day, aliens will scratch their heads - saying, how did this space craft end up here ?

    SonSonMaand geleden
  • Too much mythology

    Mike WalkoMike WalkoMaand geleden
    • Embarrassing narration, but not surprising coming from modern day NASA.

      soinhu foitusoinhu foituMaand geleden
  • Man has shown its advancement in science. Proud of humanity.

    George UwaifoGeorge UwaifoMaand geleden
  • Marvel got their hands full with all this heat nasa putting out.

    EdEdMaand geleden
  • How about telling us why it wasn’t smooth like they expected

    Pat JohnPat JohnMaand geleden
  • Deepak narrated this

    Pat JohnPat JohnMaand geleden
  • Never thought that rocks can become this much important.

    Electronic GuyElectronic GuyMaand geleden
  • Is possible to bomb Bennon?

    Urzsula ZUrzsula ZMaand geleden
  • Miracle

    HUMAN ADAMHUMAN ADAMMaand geleden
  • wtf NASA? only mythology facts?

    Luis UgarteLuis UgarteMaand geleden
  • first time i ever heard gargoyles described as 'dragon like"

    Daniel McDowellDaniel McDowellMaand geleden
  • Bennu sure is a great mnemonic device, maybe schools should use more asteroids in teaching...

    Vince BVince BMaand geleden
  • Any chance you could nudge that asteroid our way? Might be a swell way to finish off 2020.

    niduoe streniduoe streMaand geleden
  • Should have named it Kingsford

    Ed GeinEd GeinMaand geleden
  • 👍👋

    Nick DeSaintNick DeSaintMaand geleden
  • Embarrassing narration, but not surprising coming from modern day NASA.

    EagleOneEagleOneMaand geleden
  • Too much yapping about birds and nonsense.

    mark henwoodmark henwoodMaand geleden
  • Triste

    rui silvarui silvaMaand geleden
  • Facts are what we are there to learn...... well gone NASA.

    Anthony JamesAnthony JamesMaand geleden
  • Irrelevant mythology of little interest applied to a facinating reality.

    Barry IslandBarry IslandMaand geleden
  • WHO COMES UP WITH THESE NAMES

    I OI OMaand geleden
  • More NASA BS !

    Darryl CatayDarryl CatayMaand geleden
  • Why them not shows real pictures of asteroid only some computer graphics?!

    Soldier of GodSoldier of GodMaand geleden
    • Filming their actual toilet bowl would be too revealing.

      Distemperance SnapDragonDistemperance SnapDragon23 dagen geleden
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