NASA says this third aircraft is allowed to fly faster and more than previous aircraft.
NASA announced on Sunday that the diligent robot’s ingenious helicopter has successfully completed its third flight to Mars. In a press release. The plane crashed on Sunday, April 25, according to the US Federal Agency for Civil Aviation.
The plane took off at KST at 7:31 a.m., five meters higher than its second plane. He then traveled 50 meters, which NASA represents at a speed of 2 meters per second. The U.S. space agency announced that it was observed at a speed of 7 km per hour.
The report said the data reached NASA at KST at 4:16 p.m.
“Today’s flight was as planned, but it was amazing,” said Dave Lavery, NASA’s ingenious project manager. “With this aircraft, we are demonstrating vital capabilities that will add an aerial dimension to future missions to Mars,” he added.
On Monday, April 19, the small helicopter made its maiden flight to the Red Planet before making its second flight on Thursday. It was the first motorized craft to set sail on a planet other than Earth.
On Saturday, NASA released the first color aerial photo of the surface of Mars, which was captured on Thursday during the second successful test flight.
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