Helicopter on Mars

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764 hrs since landing, Mars Perseverance rover is about 30 Sols and travelled approximately 0.1 km on Mars. Took photos, sent back to Earth and did systems check as it prepares to tackle it’s goal to be an Astrobiologist. A very challenging mandate indeed and it is very important the every step is predetermined and anticipated for every possible scenario.

Astrobiology


as·tro·bi·o·lo·gy (/ˌastrōbīˈäləjē/) – the branch of biology concerned with the study of life on earth and in space This is not your typical research paper and Science homework. I’m sharing you an amazing step of Mars exploration. Where in, we dedicate a mission…a Rover in that matter, for such a goal. Curiosity equals Mars Science

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So, for our Astrobiologist on Mars, what’s the next step? Mars Perseverance is not alone on it’s journey to Mars. Though being carefully tracked here on Earth, Percy was cruising through space with a Mars Helicopter Ingenuity. Carrying a demo equipment to test the feasibility of Powered flight on Mars.

Flight on Mars


For over 50 years humans have made numerous mission to Mars. In that 5 decades of exploration, 56 mission have been sent and 7 of which are rovers. 4 of those rovers have been successful and have been covering the Martian soil for 64 km in the span of approximately 23 years. It’s about 3

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Test flight

Members of the projects will lay out the steps necessary before the helicopter attempts its historic test flights. You can view the breifing in the view below. Set your calendar on March 24, 2021 for the details on how the team at NASA will proceed with the very first powered flight on Mars.

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