NASA’s helicopter Mars is fast moving on its third plane
NASA Smart helicopter then to finish the third most coveted trip. As Space.com he said, a Mars plane flew about 164 meters north of his home (more than half the length of a football field) at a distance of about 4.5MPH. This may not sound like much, but Wisdom only walked 13 meters at 1.1MPH on his second trip – this was enough for you just needed to jump to see the Recognition in the picture above.
There are only two planes left before NASA launches its missions in early May and moves to Persververance rover’s great work. Expect this to be fun, though. Project manager Mimi Aung said the last two trips should be “really fun” and test the limits of the pilot machine.
Current success may play a key role in future exploration of Mars. Certain observations are proof that aircraft can fly on Earth even if they are very small in space, and now there is a chance that future missions will use drones to investigate Mars in an unprecedented way.
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