NASA’s Helicopter, Ingenuity’s First Deployment: Mars

NASA’s Helicopter, Ingenuity’s First Deployment: Mars

First reported by Cable News Network (C.N.N.)’s Ashley Strickland, “The first powered, controlled flight on another planet took place at 3:34 a.m. ET” on Monday April, 2021.

NASA‘s disclosed in its press-release (below) that Ingenuity was build by its Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), which also manages its technology demonstration program and associated operations, at the California Institute of Technology (CALTECH) located in Pasadena, California; U.S.A.

The above video of the entire flight of NASA‘s Ingenuity was sourced from NASA: https://www.nasa.gov/press-release/nasa-s-ingenuity-mars-helicopter-succeeds-in-historic-first-flight

NASA‘s Full-Length PressRelease on the flight can be read and accessed by Clicking Your Left Mouse Button Twice, RIGHT HERE.

More About Ingenuity

JPL, which built Ingenuity, also manages the technology demonstration project for NASA. It is supported by NASAs Science, Aeronautics, and Space Technology mission directorates. The agencys Ames Research Center in Californias Silicon Valley and Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia, provided significant flight performance analysis and technical assistance during Ingenuitys development.

Dave Lavery is the program executive for the Ingenuity Mars Helicopter, MiMi Aung is the project manager, and Bob Balaram is chief engineer.”

GET YOUR ASS TO MARS!!!”

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