After Surviving a Wild Ride on Mars, NASA Ingenuity Takes to the Martian Sky



After going through a rough journey on May 22nd, NASA's Ingenuity helicopter aced its seventh flight on the Red Planet. The rotorcraft moved south, flying 348 feet (106 meters) from its previous location. This marked the second time the rotorcraft landed at a new base that it did not survey from the air during a previous flight. On April 19th, Ingenuity made history by demonstrating that controlled flight in the thin atmosphere of Ma... (continue reading...)

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