The Ingenuity Mars helicopter makes its thirty third flight on the Purple Planet

NASA’s Ingenuity Mars helicopter is again within the air, staying aloft for almost a minute final weekend on its thirty third extraterrestrial outing.

Ingenuitywhich is a part of NASA’s quest for all times Rover of Perseverance mission, took off March on Saturday (September 24), finishing a flight of simply over 55 seconds. The 4-pound (1.8-kilogram) rotorcraft climbed about 33 ft (10 meters) into the air and moved about 365 ft (111 meters) earlier than touching down in a brand new location, based on the NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Southern California, which manages the Ingenuity and Perseverance missions.