NASA’s Ingenuity chopper successfully completes its eighth mission to Mars. According to NASA, the Ingenuity chopper completed its ninth mission to Mars on Monday.
Therefore, it took 77.4 seconds to fly 77.4 metres and landed 160 metres away from NASA’s Persevere rover.
On Feb. 18, Ingenuity docked with the Perseverance rover in Mars’ Jezero Crater. The helicopter is using to demonstrate the technology, with a test flight length of up to 30 Martian days anticipates.
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NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California developed the Mars helicopter and also oversees this technology demonstration project on behalf of NASA Headquarters.