NASA’s Mars Helicopter Intelligence She did it again and successfully flew her 22nd flight to the Red Planet.
As of Monday (March 21), the 4-pound (1.8kg) Tex was 101.4 seconds taller on Sunday (March 20), reaching a maximum height of 33 feet (10 meters). Tweet from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Southern California, carrying out the mission of ingenuity.
Ingenuity and NASA Diligent robber In February 2021 they landed together in the Jessero abyss on Mars. NASA officials say Jessero has had a lake and river delta for billions of years, making it an ideal place to search for life and store specimens for further exploration.
The small helicopter quickly succeeded in its original five-flight mission, designed to show that aerial intelligence is possible. TuesdayFollowing this success, NASA granted an extension of work to Ingenuity, making the helicopter a diligent explorer.
Mission crew members said the rover handlers were now diligently guiding the accessible area of the ancient delta and that intelligent feedback would help them choose the best route.
During its first 21 flights, Ingenuity flew a total of 15,247 feet (4,647 meters) and remained in the air for about 39 minutes. The travel team keeps a record of the trip⁇
Those numbers should grow beyond the additions made by Sunday’s flight; JPL officials said creativity is healthy, and NASA recently expanded helicopter operations again, At least in September⁇
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