Meet Ingenuity, the first craft to attempt flight on Mars

NASA will attempt a first helicopter flight on Mars.

The small chopper hitched a ride to the Red Planet aboard the Perseverance rover and is set to take off sometime in April.

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  1. I know we landed on the moon 51 years ago because my dad heard it on the radio.

    1. Im not asking for bases on the moon just floating in heaven would be nice. Imagine 51 years after airplanes are invented and all arial shots in movies are of model train landscapes or just straight up cartoons. Still no space travel for the general public.

    2. We can get mobile labs to work for years on solar power and micronuclear energy but we can’t get our earth vehicles to last 2 days on a full electric charge.

  2. Lori Glaze is the director of NASA’s planetary science division yet she can’t memorize a statement. btw her statement is out of the sink with her facial experssions.

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