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The Ingenuity Mars Helicopter Experiment Is About to Get More Interesting

It’s not wrong to want Ingenuity to crash. The Mars helicopter getting into a dramatic accident would mean that the NASA team pushed the craft to its limits—that there’s finally a ceiling on the accomplishments of the astonishingly successful chopper. So far, Ingenuity has completed four of its five scheduled test…Read more...
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NASA's Ingenuity Helicopter Just Completed Its Second Flight on Mars

Following up on its first gravity-defying achievement on Mars, the helicopter Ingenuity took flight again this morning for a second, more complex aerial maneuver. The flight was a success, further pushing the limits of what humans (or at least, human-made drones) can do in the thin Martian air.Read more...
Tags: Science, Nasa, United States, Mars, Spaceflight, Helicopter, Spacecraft, Perseverance, Ingenuity, Mimi Aung, Havard Grip, Spacex Mars Program, Exploration Of Mars


See New Footage of Ingenuity’s Remarkable Rise and Successful Landing

Ten vertical feet and 40 seconds. Those are the two numbers that signify a horizon-bending shift in human ambition on Mars and beyond. With Ingenuity’s first hover on Mars early Monday morning, the proof-of-concept for future craft like it has been a resounding success.Read more...
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Built by JPL, NASA’s Mars helicopter takes flight, first for another planet

In this image from NASA, NASA’s experimental Mars helicopter Ingenuity hovers above the surface of Mars Monday, April 19, 2021. The little 4-pound helicopter rose from the dusty red surface into the thin Martian air Monday, achieving the first powered, controlled flight on another planet. (NASA via AP) In this image from NASA, NASA’s experimental Mars helicopter Ingenuity lands on the surface of Mars Monday, April 19, 2021. The little 4-pound helicopter rose from the dusty red surface into th...
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NASA’s InSight Mars Landing Activities at Jet Propulsion Laboratory

New NASA Administrator, Jim Bridenstine, made his first visit and tour with the Mars lander mission scientists and engineers at Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Project manager for the Mars helicopter, MiMi Aung and Chief Engineer Bob Balaram show the new helicopter to NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine as he toured and met with Mars mission helicopter scientists and engineers at the agencyÕs Jet Propulsion Laboratory. (Photo by Gene Blevins for the Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) New NASA Admini...
Tags: News, Sport, Nasa, Soccer, Mars, Local News, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Los Angeles Daily News, Jim Bridenstine, Photos And Videos, Los Angeles Daily News SCNG, Gene Blevins, Katie Stack Morgan, Mimi Aung, Jet Propulsion Laboratory Project, Bob Balaram