Mars Helicopter Survived Major Test Before Flight

Mars Helicopter Survived Major Test Before Flight

Mars Helicopter NASA’s curiosity has escaped its latest challenge: extremely cold Martian night. Nights at the Jezero Crater – This is a major milestone since the 90 °C (- 130 °F). It is cool enough to damage batteries and electronics if the small rotorcraft cannot keep warm.

The burglary dropped to the ground by Perseverance Rover early Sunday morning. MiMi Aung, Ingenuity project manager at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, said in a statement, “For the first time, the Mars parade has been presented to Mars.” “But we are now convinced that we have the right insulation, the right heater and enough power to survive the winter night, which is a big win for the team.

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Mars Helicopter Survived Major Test Before Flight

MiMi Aung, Ingenuity project manager at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, said in a statement, “For the first time, the Mars parade has been presented to Mars.” “But we are now convinced that we have the right insulation, the right heater and enough power to survive the winter night, which is a big win for the team.

We look forward to continuing to build skills for the first flight test.” Before the inaugural flight of knowledge will take place before April 11, the helicopter will continue to conduct further tests. First, the resistors that hold the blades together will reveal then with the motorcycle, they will test with the computer on board.

Given that, it is a technology demonstration that has no scientific instruments in it. NASA just wants to see if it is possible to fly a plane on any other planet. If the first flight is successful, four more flights expected in the coming weeks.

Given that, it is a technology demonstration that has no scientific instruments in it. NASA just wants to see if it is possible to fly a plane on any other planet. If the first flight is successful, four more flights expected in the coming weeks.

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