Ingenuity  of NASA Made A Successful Third Flight On Mars

The last news of NASA's Ingenuity helicopter on Mars was by Sunday's third good flight and was reported to be quicker than Earth research.

The helicopter climbed 16 feet and flew 164 feet for almost 80 seconds at the peak speed of 6.6 a second as a result of Eastern Time (1:31 AM). NASA's Dave Lavery reported after receiving the flight data that: "The flight we scheduled for today was just incredible and nevertheless. With this flight, we are showing critical capacity that will enable the future Mars missions to add an aerial dimension."

It is worth noting that, compared to the second flight, 7 feet while the third flight only flew 10 meters, the travel distance for the third flight is much greater. On the 18th of February, the helicopter arrived on Mars with the Mars rover Perseverance, whose aim was to search for signs of life and take samples of Martian soil. Through Ingenuity is more of NASA's side pleasure in relation to the Perseverance mission's main focus, its ability to fly in the small atmosphere of Mars would provide valuable data for potential Mars explosions.