Mars Helicopter Ingenuity is moved to be no earlier than April 14, 2021. The Sunday flight test was scrubbed. During a high-speed spin test of the rotors on Friday, the command sequence controlling the test ended early due to a “watchdog” timer expiration. This occurred as it was trying to transition the flight computer from ‘Pre-Flight’ to ‘Flight’ mode. The helicopter is safe and healthy and communicated its full telemetry set to Earth. It’s all good, precautionary measure were taken to make sure the system flags are reviewed and understood.
Meanwhile let’s to the weather on Jezero Crater Mars. Below is a snapshot on how’s the climate in Mars Perseverance rover’s current location. Shown as well the last 7 day High and Low temperature in the crater. Who would have thought it’s early spring there…You can access the real time tracking on this custom Mars Weather app. You can also check the corresponding weather data from Percy’s twin MSL Curiosity.
Here are some highlights for Sol 49 raw images from Mars.
For these batch of images you can still see in the table below and still believe Pictures is worth thousand words. So, I’m just sharing all photos as captured by NASA Mars Perseverance Rover currently on the Red planet. Photo, crawled using NASA API. Really helpful delivered to my inbox. With additional steps, reflected the structured table into this post. Here’s how you can go back to the technical on how we crawl these raw images as Percy streams it to NASA lend us with the API
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