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NASA’s Ingenuity Chopper Landed On Mars Surface, Next Test- Red Planet’s Chilly Nights

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On the surface of Mars, the US space agency NASA helicopter has landed The Ingenuity. At the same time, it has become the first rotorcraft to land on the earth of another planet. There is a need for rotorcraft on Mars because the unseen surface is very rough where neither the orbiter can see nor the rover can go. There is a need for a rotorcraft that can fly to difficult places and take high-definition photos.

According to NASA, 90% of the mission will be successful if the helicopter is able to take off and roam away during the experimental flight. If it works even after it has been successful, four more flights will be tested. This is the first test is done, so scientists are very enthusiastic about it and are hoping to learn something new every moment.

The temperature may fall to 130 degrees F at night on Mars and the next day after the first night it is suffered, the team will see how Ingenuity’s performance was. Not only will it be seen whether the helicopter is running, but its solar panels will check the condition and charge of the battery and these scales will be tested for the next few days. After completing this step, its rotor blades will be unlocked and its motor and sensor tests will be carried out.

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