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NASA Ingenuity Helicopter: Flying on Mars Is Getting Harder and Harder
on 25th of Sep 2021 In the months since we flew for the first time, we have learned a great deal about operating a helicopter on Mars. We have explored Ingenuity’s strengths and limitations in detail, leveraging the

Flying on Mars getting tougher as Ingenuity helicopter gears up for 14th hop
(Sep 2021) NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter is getting ready for its 14th Red Planet flight, but the thinning Martian air is making such sorties more and more challenging. The coming sortie, which could occur any day

NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter captures a Mars rock feature in 3D
(Sep 2021) NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter provided a 3D view of a rock-covered mound during its 13th flight on Sept. 4. The plan for this reconnaissance mission into the “South Seítah” region of Mars’ Jezero

NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter is finding it tougher to fly on Mars
(Sep 2021) NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter has already defied expectations after its first flight on Mars. After creating history earlier this year of carrying out first motored flight on planet other than Earth,

NASA’s Ingenuity Helicopter Flies at a Lower Altitude Than Ever Before – Captures a Mars Rock Feature in 3D
(Sep 2021) The rotorcraft captures nuances of rocky outcrop during aerial reconnaissance. NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter provided a 3D view of a rock-covered mound during its 13th flight on September 4. The pl

Seasonal variations are making flying on Mars harder for helicopter Ingenuity
(Sep 2021) NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter is facing challenges from the changing seasons on Mars, where falling atmospheric density could make flying much harder.

See the surface of Mars in 3D thanks to the Ingenuity helicopter
(Sep 2021) On its 13th flight, the Ingenuity helicopter skimmed low over the surface of Mars, and now NASA has released a 3D image from that flight.

Mars Mound From Ingenuity Helicopter’s Perspective
(Sep 2021) This image of an area the Mars Perseverance rover team calls “Faillefeu” was captured by NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter during its 13th flight at Mars on Sept. 4, 2021.

NASA: Flying the Mars Ingenuity helicopter is ‘getting harder and harder’
(Sep 2021) NASA’s Mars helicopter gamble has paid off as Ingenuity continues to soar over the Martian landscape as a scout for the Perseverance rover. It’s been a triumphant mission, but the helicopter’s job is

NASA’s Ingenuity Helicopter Captures Mars Rock ‘Mound’ Feature in 3D View
(Sep 2021) The mini-helicopter flew to the red planet on February 18 while being attached to the belly of NASA’s Perseverance rover.

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