NASA’s Ingenuity Will Make The First Flight Attempt Today

NASA's Ingenuity helicopter is scheduled to try out Pakistan Time Zone for the first-ever powered flight on Mars today at 12:30 pm. This is the first time that any plane can attempt to climb 10 floors off the floor for about 30 seconds. The historical attempt would be correctly captured by cameras on NASA's Perseverance.

On 18 February 2021, the four-pound helicopter which was attached to Perseverance landed in search of the martian ancient signals. Today's flight test is one of the first of five scheduled within a 31-day timeframe. Since the first flight is successfully carried out, four more flights will be carried out under a fixed timeframe with better coverage of height and distance.

In addition, NASA's YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Twitch, and its official website will be up at 3:15 p.m. (PKT). The airfields will be on live. It should also be remembered that a live video of the first attempt would take a long time because of the long delay between Mars and Earth. Rather, NASA's live stream will display engineers who analyze Mars data progressively and affirm that Ingenuity's efforts have survived or not.