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  • FULL Helicopter Ingenuity’s 4th flight on Mars with dust swirling visible

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    On May 1st, 2021 NASA published Full Frame video of Ingenuity Helicopter’s successful 4th flight on Mars for 133 meters distance. The helicopter took off at 10:49 a.m. EDT (7:49 a.m. PDT, or 12:33 local Mars time), climbing to an altitude of 16 feet (5 meters) before flying south approximately 436 feet (133 meters) and then back, for an 872-foot (266-meter) round trip. In total, we were in the air for 117 seconds. During this flight, NASA saved even more images than we did on our previous flights: about 60 total during the last 164 feet (50 meters) before the helicopter returned to its landing site.

    Credit: nasa.gov, NASA/JPL-Caltech, NASA/JPL-Caltech/ASU, NASA/JPL-Caltech/ASU/Thomas Appéré

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  • Helicopter Ingenuity’s flight on Mars in 4K with dust swirling

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    On April 21, 2021 NASA’s Ingenuity Helicopter flown on Mars with dust cloud formation and Mastcam-Z closeup view and enhanced version + sound are here. I’ve enhanced source video of Ingenuity flight historic flight on Mars using AI engine (Topaz). Output is 4K video of Helicopter’s flight on Mars. Sound is not exactly from Mars, it is from Helicopter’s test flight in vacuum chamber on Earth. The video with Dust Cloud is presented in side-by-side formats that have both been enhanced to show a dust plume swirling during takeoff and again on landing. The view on the left uses motion filtering to show where dust was detected during liftoff and landing and the view on the right is enhanced with the motion filtering. Scientists use this image processing to detect dust devils as they pass by Mars rovers. An additional version of the video includes a timer that counts down until liftoff and then counts up until landing.

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  • Fourth Flight Of Ingenuity Mars Helicopter Full HD Video

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    This is a full video of Mars Helicopter Ingenuity Fourth Flight Full Video.
    On April 30 Mars helicopter made another successful flight (the fourth one). The helicopter took off at 10:49 a.m. EDT, climbing to an altitude of 16 feet (5 meters). It then flew south approximately 436 feet (13m) and then back covering an 872 feet (266m) distance round trip. In total, the helicopter was in the air for 117 seconds, breaking the third flight record of 80 seconds.

    This flight aimed for a longer flight time, longer distance, and more image capturing to begin to demonstrate its ability to serve as a scout on Mars.

    This video was created by compiling more than 1000 individual movie frames sent by Perseverance rover. The frames captured by the rover's Left and Right MastCam Z Cameras

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  • 3 Dust Devils on Mars spotted on extended video of Ingenuity’s latest flight

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    On May 12, 2021 NASA published Extended Video of Ingenuity Mars Helicopter’s 5th flight with three Dust Devils Behind the rotorcraft. It is the first ever single video of Mars by Perseverance Rover with three Dust Devils captured continuously. Video made with 1054 frames taken by Mastcam-Z Right camera aboard Perseverance rover on sol 76 (7 May 2021). Video speed is X4 and contrast enhanced to show 2 dust devils at the beginning of the video and another one passing behind Ingenuity as it lands. The other question we get about the Ingenuity helicopter is whether Ingenuity could bounce and tip over during a landing on Mars. This is an instinctive concern for anyone familiar with small aircraft such as this. Note that Ingenuity is not going to land gently – it will attempt to fly in winds as high as 22 mph. To withstand these firm landings, Ingenuity is equipped with a cushy suspension system as shown in this figure. Notice the distinctive open hoop structure at each corner of the fuselage where the landing legs attach. The lower half of this hoop is a titanium spring that can bend as much as 17 degrees to provide 3.5 inches of motion in the suspension, while the upper half is a soft non-alloyed aluminum flexure that serves as the damper or “shock absorber.”

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  • Perseverance recorded Sound of Ingenuity Mars Helicopter during 4th flight

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    On May 7, 2021 NASA published Audio Sound and Video of Ingenuity Helicopter flying on Mars recorded by Perseverance Rover’s SuperCam laser microphone. For the first time, a spacecraft on another planet has recorded the sounds of a separate spacecraft. NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover used its SuperCam microphone to listen to the Ingenuity helicopter on April 30, 2021 as it flew on Mars for the fourth time. With Perseverance parked 262 feet (80 meters) from the helicopter’s takeoff and landing spot, the mission wasn’t sure if the microphone would pick up any sound of the flight. Even during flight when the helicopter’s blades are spinning at 2,537 rpm, the sound is greatly muffled by the thin Martian atmosphere. It is further obscured by Martian wind gusts during the initial moments of the flight. Listen closely, though, and the helicopter’s hum can be heard faintly above the sound of those winds.

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  • LIVE: NASA discusses Mars helicopter flight success

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  • Ingenuity Helicopter completed 4th flight on Mars for 133 meters distance

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    On April 30, 2021 NASA’s Ingenuity Helicopter successfully completed 4th flight on Mars for 133 meters distance. Perseverance Rover spotted Ingenuity’s fourth flight on Hazcam. Flight Four sets out to demonstrate the potential value of that aerial perspective. The flight test allowed Ingenuity climbing to an altitude of 16 feet (5 meters) and then heading south, flying over rocks, sand ripples, and small impact craters for 276 feet (84 meters). As it flies, the rotorcraft will use its downward-looking navigation camera to collect images of the surface every 4 feet (1.2 meters) from that point until it travels a total of 436 feet (133 meters) downrange. Then, Ingenuity went into a hover and took images with its color camera before heading back to Wright Brothers Field.

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  • Perseverance Recorded Audio of Mars Helicopter Ingenuity during its 4th Flight

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    May 07, 2021

    For the first time, a spacecraft on another planet has recorded the sounds of a separate spacecraft. NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover used its SuperCam microphone to listen to the Ingenuity helicopter on April 30, 2021 as it flew on Mars for the fourth time.

    With Perseverance parked 262 feet (80 meters) from the helicopter’s takeoff and landing spot, the mission wasn’t sure if the microphone would pick up any sound of the flight. Even during flight when the helicopter’s blades are spinning at 2,537 rpm, the sound is greatly muffled by the thin Martian atmosphere. It is further obscured by Martian wind gusts during the initial moments of the flight. Listen closely, though, and the helicopter’s hum can be heard faintly above the sound of those winds.

    Scientists made the audio, which is recorded in mono, easier to hear by isolating the 84 hertz helicopter blade sound, reducing the frequencies below 80 hertz and above 90 hertz, and increasing the volume of the remaining signal. Some frequencies were clipped to bring out the helicopter’s hum.

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  • Fourth Flight a Success for NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter

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    NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter successfully completed a fourth, more challenging flight on the Red Planet on April 30, 2021.

    Flight Test No. 4 aimed for a longer flight time, longer distance, and more image capturing to begin to demonstrate its ability to serve as a scout on Mars. Ingenuity climbed to an altitude of 16 feet (5 meters) before flying south and back for an 872-foot (266-meter) round trip. In total, Ingenuity was in the air for 117 seconds, another set of records for the helicopter. The fourth flight lifted off from and returned to “Wright Brothers Field” in Jezero Crater, Mars.

    The Ingenuity team at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California determined that the flight was successful after receiving data from the helicopter and imagery from the Perseverance Mars rover.

    NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter became the first aircraft in history to make a powered, controlled flight on another planet on April 19, 2021.

    Perseverance touched down at Octavia E. Butler Landing with Ingenuity attached to its belly on Feb. 18, 2021. The helicopter was deployed to the surface of Jezero Crater on April 3.

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    Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

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  • Ingenuity Helicopter on Mars FIRST FLIGHT? cg Perseverance Mars Rover live

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    Ingenuity is a small helicopter that is located on planet Mars since February 18, 2021. The mars helicopter will make the first powered atmospheric flight on mars. Part of NASA's Mars 2020 mission, the small coaxial, mars helicopter will serve as a technology demonstrator for the potential use of flying probes for Mars rovers.

    Ingenuity is attached to the underside of Perseverance mars rover. Its deployment was originally planned for April 8, 2021,about 60 days after Perseverance's landing at the Octavia E. Butler Landing site in Jezero crater, but take off is now delayed to no sooner than April 11, 2021. After deployment, the mars rover is expected to drive approximately 100 m (330 ft) away from the mars helicopter drone to allow it a safe buffer zone in which it will attempt to fly.Ingenuity is expected to fly up to five times during its 30-day test campaign scheduled early in the rover's mission. Primarily technology demonstrations, each flight is planned to fly at altitudes ranging from 3 – 15 m (10 – above the ground. for up to 60 seconds each. Ingenuity, which can travel up to 50 m (160 ft) downrange and then back to the starting area,will use autonomous control during its short flights, which will be telerobotically planned and scripted by operators at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory .It will communicate directly with the Perseverance mars rover after each landing.

    If Ingenuity works as expected, NASA could build on its design to extend the aerial component of future Mars missions.The project is led by MiMi Aung at the JPL. Other contributors include AeroVironment, Inc., the NASA Ames Research Center, and the NASA Langley Research Center

    t has been 117 years since Orville Wright took flight in Flyer 1 for 12 seconds on a historic December day in 1903 at Kill Devil Hills near Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. In the image captured by John Daniels, a member of the US Life-Saving Station at the site, Orville's brother Wilbur can be seen running alongside the aircraft. During the fourth and final flight that day, Wright achieved a nearly 60-second flight. This video doesn´t show the flight of the Ingenuity mars rover on mars, as it is delayed for april 12th. This video was created using cgi and is a visualization of how the flight of the helicopter on mars may look like.

  • Ingenuity Mars Helicopter Captures Perseverance Rover in Aerial Image! |

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    Ingenuity Mars Helicopter has sent it's first image of Perseverance Rover from the air. This marks the first time that an active Mars Rover has captured an image of another active Mars rover from the air. This just keeps getting better each day!



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  • New Closeup HD Video of Mars Helicopter Ingenuity First Flight

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    NASA released a new video showing the first flight of Mars Helicopter Ingenuity up close. The video was intentionally targeted on the takeoff and landing zone. The helicopter flew out of the camera’s field of vision but the shadow of it hovering is visible.

    The flight took place on April 19, 2021, at 3:34 a.m. EDT (12:34 a.m. PDT) – 12:33 Local Mean Solar Time (Mars time). It climbed to its prescribed maximum altitude of 10 feet (3 meters) and hovered in a stable position for 30 seconds. Then the helicopter descended, touching back down on the Martian soil.

    This flight proved that powered, controlled flight from the surface of another planet is possible.

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  • Despite Failure, NASA Helicopter Completes Its Official Mission!

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  • In full: Post-flight briefing after Mars Ingenuity helicopter completes first flight on Red Planet

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    Nasa will hold a briefing after its Ingenuity Mars helicopter completed the first-ever powered, controlled flight on another planet.

    The small helicopter successfully took flight on the red planet on Monday morning, hovering in the air at around 10 feet (three metres), before descending and touching back down on the Martian surface.

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    NASA made history last week with the first flight of a man made object on another planet. Riley sits down with Dr. Farah Alibay, one of the key engineers on the Mars 2020 Project, to give us an exclusive look into this extraterrestrial milestone. (Aired on APN 2020-21 Show 27)

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  • Helicopter Ingenuity’s first aerial color 4K VIDEO of Mars

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    Ingenuity is a small helicopter located on Mars since February 18, 2021. It is intended to make the first powered atmospheric flight on mars. Part of NASA's Mars 2020 mission, the small coaxial, helicopter will serve as a technology demonstrator for the potential use of flying probes on other worlds, with the potential to scout locations of interest and support the future planning of driving routes for Mars rovers.

    Ingenuity is attached to the underside of the Perseverance mars rover. Its deployment was originally planned for April 8, 2021,about 60 days after Perseverance's landing at the Octavia E. Butler Landing site in Jezero crater, but take off is now delayed to no sooner than April 11, 2021. After deployment, the rover is expected to drive approximately 100 m (330 ft) away from the drone to allow it a safe buffer zone in which it will attempt to fly.Ingenuity is expected to fly up to five times during its 30-day test campaign scheduled early in the rover's mission Mars Helicopter Ingenuity’s FIRST VIDEO 3rd flight 4k. Primarily technology demonstrations, each flight is planned to fly at altitudes ranging from 3–5 m (10– above the ground. for up to 90 seconds each. Ingenuity, which can travel up to 50 m (160 ft) downrange and then back to the starting area,will use autonomous control during its short flights, which will be telerobotically planned and scripted by operators at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory .It will communicate directly with the Perseverance rover after each Mars Helicopter Ingenuity’s FIRST VIDEO 3rd flight 4k landing.

    If Ingenuity works as expected, NASA could build on its design to extend the aerial component of future Mars missions.The project is led by MiMi Aung at the JPL. Other contributors include AeroVironment, Inc., the NASA Mars Helicopter Ingenuity’s FIRST VIDEO 3rd flight 4k Ames Research Center, and the NASA Langley Research Center.[17]
    When the Ingenuity helicopter takes flight this month, it will be a Wright brothers moment on Mars. This first powered, controlled flight on another planet has been years in the making -- and it has roots in the first such flight on Earth.

    It has been 117 years since Orville Wright took flight in Flyer 1 for 12 seconds on a historic December day in 1903 at Kill Devil Hills near Kitty Hawk, Mars Helicopter Ingenuity’s FIRST VIDEO 3rd flight 4k North Carolina. In the image captured by John Daniels, a member of the US Life-Saving Station at the site, Orville's brother Wilbur can be seen running alongside the aircraft. During the fourth and final flight that day, Wright achieved a nearly 60-second flight.

    t has been 117 years since Orville Wright took flight in Flyer 1 for 12 seconds on a historic December day in 1903 at Kill Devil Hills near Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. In the image captured by John Daniels, a member of the US Life-Saving Station at the site, Orville's brother Wilbur can be seen running alongside the aircraft. During the fourth and final flight that day, Wright achieved a nearly 60-second flight. This video doesn´t show the flight of the Ingenuity mars rover on mars. This video was created using cgi and is a visualization of how the flight of the helicopter on mars may look like.

  • MARS-EXCLUSIVE | FULL Helicopter Ingenuity’s 4th flight on Mars with dust swirling visible |

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    On May 1st, 2021 NASA published Full Frame video of Ingenuity Helicopter’s successful 4th flight on Mars for 133 meters distance. The helicopter took off at 10:49 a.m. EDT (7:49 a.m. PDT, or 12:33 local Mars time), climbing to an altitude of 16 feet (5 meters) before flying south approximately 436 feet (133 meters) and then back, for an 872-foot (266-meter) round trip. In total, we were in the air for 117 seconds. During this flight, NASA saved even more images than we did on our previous flights: about 60 total during the last 164 feet (50 meters) before the helicopter returned to its landing site.

    Credit: nasa.gov, NASA/JPL-Caltech, NASA/JPL-Caltech/ASU, NASA/JPL-Caltech/ASU/Thomas Appéré

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  • FULL Helicopter Ingenuity’s 4th flight on Mars with dust swirling visible

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    On May 1st, 2021 NASA published Full Frame video of Ingenuity Helicopter’s successful 4th flight on Mars for 133 meters distance. The helicopter took off at 10:49 a.m. EDT (7:49 a.m. PDT, or 12:33 local Mars time), climbing to an altitude of 16 feet (5 meters) before flying south approximately 436 feet (133 meters) and then back, for an 872-foot (266-meter) round trip. In total, we were in the air for 117 seconds. During this flight, NASA saved even more images than we did on our previous flights: about 60 total during the last 164 feet (50 meters) before the helicopter returned to its landing site.

    Credit: nasa.gov, NASA/JPL-Caltech, NASA/JPL-Caltech/ASU, NASA/JPL-Caltech/ASU/Thomas Appéré

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  • ???? FULL Helicopter Ingenuity’s 4th flight on Mars with dust swirling visible

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    NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter is the first aircraft humanity has sent to another planet to attempt powered, controlled flight. If its experimental flight test program succeeds, the data returned could benefit future explorations of the Red Planet – including those by astronauts – by adding the aerial dimension, which is not available today.

    While Ingenuity is a technology experiment that is separate from the rover’s science mission, the helicopter launched to Mars on July 30, 2020, attached to the belly of NASA’s Mars 2020 Perseverance rover. They will land together in Jezero Crater on Feb. 18, 2021.

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  • #mars #helicopter #ingenuityHelicopter Ingenuity’s 4th flight on Mars with dust swirling visible

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    On May 1st, 2021 NASA published Full Frame video of Ingenuity Helicopter’s successful 4th flight on Mars for 133 meters distance. The helicopter took off at 10:49 a.m. EDT (7:49 a.m. PDT, or 12:33 local Mars time), climbing to an altitude of 16 feet (5 meters) before flying south approximately 436 feet (133 meters) and then back, for an 872-foot (266-meter) round trip. In total, we were in the air for 117 seconds. During this flight, NASA saved even more images than we did on our previous flights: about 60 total during the last 164 feet (50 meters) before the helicopter returned to its landing site. Credit: nasa.gov, NASA/JPL-Caltech, NASA/JPL-Caltech/ASU, NASA/JPL-Caltech/ASU/Thomas Appéré Source for NASA’s Mars Helicopter Ingenuity page: #mars​ #helicopter​ #ingenuity

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  • Full Helicopter Ingenuity 4Th Flight On Mars With Dust Swirling Visible

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  • Helicopter Ingenuity’s 4th flight on Mars

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    The Mars Ingenuity helicopter has recently been making lots of flights on the Martian surface. Recently, the Ingenuity 4th flight was a success. The Mars Ingenuity first flight was scary yet a major success. The Mars ingenuity second flight and third flight were also a great success. If you came for the Mars helicopter full flight video, you came to the right place!

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  • Helicopter Ingenuity’s flight on Mars in 4K with dust swirling

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    On April 21, 2021 NASA’s Ingenuity Helicopter flown on Mars with dust cloud formation and Mastcam-Z closeup view and enhanced version + sound are here. I’ve enhanced source video of Ingenuity flight historic flight on Mars using AI engine (Topaz). Output is 4K video of Helicopter’s flight on Mars. Sound is not exactly from Mars, it is from Helicopter’s test flight in vacuum chamber on Earth. The video with Dust Cloud is presented in side-by-side formats that have both been enhanced to show a dust plume swirling during takeoff and again on landing. The view on the left uses motion filtering to show where dust was detected during liftoff and landing and the view on the right is enhanced with the motion filtering. Scientists use this image processing to detect dust devils as they pass by Mars rovers. An additional version of the video includes a timer that counts down until liftoff and then counts up until landing. Credit: nasa.gov, NASA/JPL-Caltech, NASA/JPL-Caltech/ASU Source for NASA’s Mars Helicopter Ingenuity page: Source for NASA’s video of Dust Cloud Swirling under Helicopter: Source for NASA’s video of Historic Ingenuity’s flight: #mars​ #helicopter​ #ingenuity

  • NASAs Ingenuity Helicopter Just Failed To Lift Off For 4th Flight From The Martian Surface

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    Mars helicopter Ingenuity misses takeoff for 4th flight on Red Planet. It failed to lift off from the Martian surface, but it will try again on Friday. NASA's team is assessing what happened.
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  • What Helicopter Ingenuity sees while flying on Mars and Why 4th flight rescheduled

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    On April 30, 2021 NASA provided briefing before 4th flight of Ingenuity Mars Helicopter and showed what it sees while flying. NASA demonstrated what exactly the Helicopter sees from all sensors and cameras onboard. NASA Ingenuity Chief Engineer explains why they rescheduled latest 4th flight on April 29. The reason is the same as previously when the first flight was rescheduled. It is the Transition Mode Issue. Even though gravity on Mars is about one third that of Earth’s, the helicopter must fly with the assistance of an atmosphere with only about 1% of the density at Earth’s surface. Each second of each flight provides an abundance of Mars in-flight data for comparison to the modeling, simulations, and tests performed back here on Earth. And NASA also gains its first practical experience operating a rotorcraft remotely at Mars. These datasets will prove invaluable for potential future Mars missions that could enlist next-generation helicopters to add an aerial dimension to their explorations.

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  • Helicopter Ingenuitys 4 Flight On Mars

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    Ingenuity successfully completed its fourth flight today, and we couldn’t be happier. The helicopter took off at 10:49 a.m. EDT (7:49 a.m. PDT, or 12:33 local Mars time), climbing to an altitude of 16 feet (5 meters) before flying south approximately 436 feet (133 meters) and then back, for an 872-foot (266-meter) round trip. In total, we were in the air for 117 seconds. That’s another set of records for the helicopter, even compared to the spectacular third flight.

    We also managed to capture lots of images during the flight with the color camera and with Ingenuity’s black-and-white navigation camera, which tracks surface features as it flies. Images from that navigation camera are typically used by Ingenuity’s flight controller and then thrown away unless we specifically tell the helicopter to store them for later use. During this flight, we saved even more images than we did on our previous flights: about 60 total during the last 164 feet (50 meters) before the helicopter returned to its landing site.
    Capturing images like that provides a technical challenge – another way to test Ingenuity – and provides an aerial perspective of Mars that humanity has never seen before. We’ll use these images to study the surface features of the terrain. Some of our black-and-white images were taken as stereo pairs, allowing us to test our ability to make 3D imagery of the surface and study the elevation of different sites below us. Adding this dimension to future missions could offer a broad range of scouting possibilities across regions that rovers can’t roam, close-ups that orbiters can’t provide, or ways to extend the reach of future human explorers.

    But in the immediate future, we have lots of data to analyze. Ingenuity’s performance on Mars has been letter-perfect. This is an amazing time for our entire team!


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  • Ingenuity Helicopters Fourth Flight With SOUNDS on MARS

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    Ingenuity Helicopter's Fourth Flight With SOUNDS on MARS

    For the first time, a spacecraft on another planet has recorded the sounds of a separate spacecraft. NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover used one of its two microphones to listen as the Ingenuity helicopter flew for the fourth time on April 30, 2021. A new video combines footage of the solar-powered helicopter taken by Perseverance’s Mastcam-Z imager with audio from a microphone belonging to the rover’s SuperCam laser instrument.

    The laser zaps rocks from a distance, studying their vapor with a spectrometer to reveal their chemical composition. The instrument’s microphone records the sounds of those laser strikes, which provide information on the physical properties of the targets, such as their relative hardness. The microphone can also record ambient noise, like the Martian wind.

    With Perseverance parked 262 feet (80 meters) from the helicopter’s takeoff and landing spot, the rover mission wasn’t sure if the microphone would pick up any sound of the flight. Even during flight, when the helicopter’s blades spin at 2,537 rpm, the sound is greatly muffled by the thin Martian atmosphere. It is further obscured by Martian wind gusts during the initial moments of the flight. Listen closely, though, and the helicopter’s hum can be heard faintly above the sound of those winds.

    Scientists made the audio, which is recorded in mono, easier to hear by isolating the 84 hertz helicopter blade sound, reducing the frequencies below 80 hertz and above 90 hertz, and increasing the volume of the remaining signal. Some frequencies were clipped to bring out the helicopter’s hum, which is loudest when the helicopter passes through the field of view of the camera.

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  • NASAs Ingenuity Helicopter 4th Flight Video Released || Video Of Mars Helicopter 4th Flight

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    NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter successfully completed a fourth, more challenging flight on the Red Planet on April 30, 2021.

    Ingenuity helicopter covered 266 meters of horizontal distance with a top speed of 13 km/h. It flew to an altitude of 5m above Martian surface. The total time of flight was 117 seconds. It was actually first planned to fly on April 29 but it failed due to some minor cause. It was then rescheduled to April 30 for its 4th flight.

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    On May 1st, 2021 NASA published Full Frame video of Ingenuity Helicopter’s successful 4th flight on Mars for 133 meters distance. The helicopter took off at 10:49 a.m. EDT (7:49 a.m. PDT, or 12:33 local Mars time), climbing to an altitude of 16 feet (5 meters) before flying south approximately 436 feet (133 meters) and then back, for an 872-foot (266-meter) round trip. In total, we were in the air for 117 seconds. During this flight, NASA saved even more images than we did on our previous flights: about 60 total during the last 164 feet (50 meters) before the helicopter returned to its landing site.

    Credit: nasa.gov, NASA/JPL-Caltech, NASA/JPL-Caltech/ASU, NASA/JPL-Caltech/ASU/Thomas Appéré

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  • NASA Ingenuity Helicopters 5th Full flight on Mars with Dust Devil behind video by Perseverance

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    On May 8, 2021 NASA published Mars Helicopter’s full 5th flight video with Dust Devil formation behind Ingenuity. All images were taken by Perseverance Mars Rover Mastcam-Z camera on Sol 76. There is video footage of Ingenuity’s landing at Airfield B (new location). Dust Devil behind Ingenuity formed either from Helicopter’s rotors or independently appeared in that area. Firstly Mars Helicopter climbed to altitude of 16 feet (5 meters) and then flew south approximately 436 feet (133 meters). After that Helicopter climbed for another 5 meters high to 10 meters altitude. This time Mars Chopper not came back to previous location (Wright Brothers Field). in the air for 117 seconds.

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  • Ingenuity Helicopter turning while flying on Mars #ingenuity

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    On April 19, 2021, NASA's Ingenuity helicopter flew over Mars and captured images of Perseverance's successful takeoff and landing. The first images taken by Ingenuity's onboard camera during its flight through the Martian atmosphere are also available. NASA's Ingenuity Mars Helicopter made the first powered, controlled flight on another planet when it hovered over the Martian surface on April 19, 2021. It performed the first powered, controlled flight on another planet when it hovered over the surface of Mars on April 19, 2021, and took this photo. It used a navigation camera to autonomously track the ground during the flight. Basically, the Ingenuity Mars Helicopter was built by JPL, which manages this technology demonstration project for NASA Headquarters. The project is supported by NASA's Science Mission Directorate, Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate, and Space Technology Mission Directorate. NASA's Ames Research Center and Langley Research Center provided critical flight performance analysis and technical support in the development of Ingenuity.

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  • Perseverances Images From Mars I Rover Mission I Ingenuity Helicopter

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    In today's video I will go through some facts about the Perseverance's science mission and also provide some plans about the Ingenuity's demonstration phase.

    Photo Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/ASU/MSSS
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  • 60 fps video reconstruction of Ingenuity’s flights on Mars

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    Here is reconstructed/recreated onboard camera video (60 fps) of Ingenuity Mars Helicopter flying on Mars from images of the second and third flights. Source images from NASA are in 4K UHD resolution from Ingenuity’s onboard camera. It allowed to recreate the short video of Ingenuity flying above the surface of the Red Planet. Images are original and not edited.

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  • Ingenuity Helicopter 5th Flight successful - Lands in a new location - Latest Images - SOL 74

    2:59

    NASA released images for SOL 74, May 7th, 2021. Ingenuity Helicopter once again succeeds in its fifth flight, but this time it was a one way trip and landed in a new location. The helicopter ascended to a new height record of 33 feet (10 meters) and flew 424 feet (129 meters) to a new landing site. This was the helicopter’s fifth flight, and the first time the helicopter made a one-way flight. It was airborne a total of 108 seconds.
    We have managed to built a small clip of the 5th flight moment with the available picture as NASA has not released the video of the 5th Flight.

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  • Mars Ingenuity helicopter sees its own shadow on 3rd flight

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    The Mars helicopter Ingenuity flew for the third time on April 25, 2021. During that flight it took many images, including looking straight down at the terrain underneath it. Some of these images were assembled into an animation showing the helicopter's shadow on the ground! The animation repeats twice.

    The blades don't seem to move due to the way the images were taken; the shutter is synched to the blade movement. The bright spot around the shadow is due to the opposition effect: The lack of shadows from rocks and other irregularities on the surface makes it look brighter, plus dusty surfaces tend to reflect more light straight back in the direction the light came from, making it look brighter around the shadow.

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  • Ingenuitys amazing Mars flights! See footage of all three to date

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    The Ingenuity helicopter has conducted three flights on Mars to date. See video footage and imagery from the flights in this highlight reel. - Mars helicopter Ingenuity's boundary-stretching 3rd flight:

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  • Mastcam-Z Captured Ingenuity Helicopters Blades Spinning || Ingenuitys Ever Close Up Video 4K

    2:06

    The first footage shows each step of the Ingenuity helicopter deploying from the belly of NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover from March 26 to April 3, 2021. The final image shows the helicopter on the ground after the rover drove about 13 feet (4 meters) away.

    These footages were taken by the WATSON (Wide Angle Topographic Sensor for Operations and eNgineering) camera on the SHERLOC (Scanning Habitable Environments with Raman and Luminescence for Organics and Chemicals) instrument, located at the end of the rover's long robotic arm.

    The Ingenuity Mars Helicopter's carbon fiber blades can be seen in this video (0:20) taken by the Mastcam-Z instrument aboard NASA's Perseverance Mars rover on April 8, 2021, the 48th Martian day, or sol, of the mission. The four blades are arranged into two 4-foot-long (1.2-meter-long) counter-rotating rotors that can spin at roughly 2,400 rpm. The video shows the blades performing a wiggle test before the actual spin-up to ensure they were working properly.
    This first test of the blades was carried out on 50RPM. This first test of the blades was successful. Later the high speed spin test of the blades was failed which led NASA to delay the April 11 first flight of the Ingenuity helicopter on Martian surface.

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  • Perseverance | Ingenuity Mars Rover Helicopter 2nd Blades spinning Test Applying Software Updates

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    The Ingenuity Mars Helicopter's carbon fiber blades can be seen in this video taken by the Mastcam-Z instrument aboard NASA's Perseverance Mars rover on April 8, 2021, the 48th Martian day, or sol, of the mission. The four blades are arranged into two 4-foot-long (1.2-meter-long) counter-rotating rotors that can spin at roughly 2,400 rpm. The video shows the blades performing a wiggle test before the actual spin-up to ensure they were working properly.

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  • Ingenuity helicopter spots Mars Perseverance Rover from the Air during its flight On Red Planet

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    Ingenuity helicopter spots mars rover from the air on red planet
    Ingenuity is a small robotic solar helicopter operating on Mars as part of NASA's Mars 2020 mission. On 19 April 2021, it successfully completed the first powered controlled flight by an aircraft on a planet besides Earth, taking off vertically, hovering and landing.

    The helicopter completed its technology demonstration after three successful flights. For the first flight on April 19, 2021, Ingenuity took off, climbed to about 10 feet (3 meters) above the ground, hovered in the air briefly, completed a turn, and then landed. It was a major milestone: the very first powered, controlled flight in the extremely thin atmosphere of Mars, and, in fact, the first such flight in any world beyond Earth.
    Mars Perseverance 2020 is a Mars rover mission forming part of NASA's Mars Exploration Program that includes the rover Perseverance and the small robotic, coaxial helicopter Ingenuity
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  • Fourth Flight a Success for NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter

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    NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter successfully completed a fourth, more challenging flight on the Red Planet on April 30, 2021.

    Flight Test No. 4 aimed for a longer flight time, longer distance, and more image capturing to begin to demonstrate its ability to serve as a scout on Mars. Ingenuity climbed to an altitude of 16 feet (5 meters) before flying south and back for an 872-foot (266-meter) round trip. In total, Ingenuity was in the air for 117 seconds, another set of records for the helicopter. The fourth flight lifted off from and returned to “Wright Brothers Field” in Jezero Crater, Mars.

    The Ingenuity team at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California determined that the flight was successful after receiving data from the helicopter and imagery from the Perseverance Mars rover.

    NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter became the first aircraft in history to make a powered, controlled flight on another planet on April 19, 2021.

    Perseverance touched down at Octavia E. Butler Landing with Ingenuity attached to its belly on Feb. 18, 2021. The helicopter was deployed to the surface of Jezero Crater on April 3.

    For more information on this flight, visit the Ingenuity blog:

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  • Ingenuity’s Virtual Flight Video on Mars

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    This is a simulated video of Ingenuity Mars Helicopter flying on Mars. This video has been created from images of the second and third flights.

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  • Ingenuity Mars Helicopter The Third Flight

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    NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter takes off and lands in this video captured on April 25, 2021, by Mastcam-Z, an imager aboard NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover. As expected, the helicopter flew out of its field of vision while completing a flight plan that took it 164 feet (50 meters) downrange of the landing spot. Keep watching, the helicopter will return to stick the landing. Top speed for today's flight was about 2 meters per second, or about 4.5 miles-per-hour.

    The Ingenuity Mars Helicopter was built by JPL, which also manages this technology demonstration project for NASA Headquarters. It is supported by NASA’s Science Mission Directorate, Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate, and Space Technology Mission Directorate. NASA’s Ames Research Center and Langley Research Center provided significant flight performance analysis and technical assistance during Ingenuity’s development.

    A key objective for Perseverance’s mission on Mars is astrobiology, including the search for signs of ancient microbial life. The rover will characterize the planet’s geology and past climate, pave the way for human exploration of the Red Planet, and be the first mission to collect and cache Martian rock and regolith (broken rock and dust).

    Subsequent NASA missions, in cooperation with ESA (European Space Agency), would send spacecraft to Mars to collect these sealed samples from the surface and return them to Earth for in-depth analysis.

    The Mars 2020 Perseverance mission is part of NASA’s Moon to Mars exploration approach, which includes Artemis missions to the Moon that will help prepare for human exploration of the Red Planet.

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  • Ingenuity Mars Helicopter Third Flight

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    On May 1st, 2021 NASA published Full Frame video of Ingenuity Helicopter’s successful 4th flight on Mars for 133 meters distance. The helicopter took off at 10:49 a.m. EDT (7:49 a.m. PDT, or 12:33 local Mars time), climbing to an altitude of 16 feet (5 meters) before flying south approximately 436 feet (133 meters) and then back, for an 872-foot (266-meter) round trip. In total, we were in the air for 117 seconds. During this flight, NASA saved even more images than we did on our previous flights: about 60 total during the last 164 feet (50 meters) before the helicopter returned to its landing site. Credit: nasa.gov, NASA/JPL-Caltech, NASA/JPL-Caltech/ASU, NASA/JPL-Caltech/ASU/Thomas Appéré Source for NASA’s Mars Helicopter Ingenuity page: #mars​ #helicopter​ #ingenuity



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  • Ice and Dust avalanche captured on Mars by NASA’s Reconnaissance Orbiter

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    NASA’s Reconnaissance Orbiter spotted Ice and Dust avalanche on Mars using HiRISE camera. HiRISE was designed to be a high resolution camera from the beginning. It consists of a large mirror, as well as a large CCD camera. Because of this, it achieves a resolution of 1 microradian, or 0.3 meter at a height of 300 km.

    Every spring the sun shines on the side of the stack of layers at the North Pole of Mars known as the north polar layered deposits. The warmth destabilizes the ice and blocks break loose. When they reach the bottom of the more than 500 meter tall cliff face, the blocks kick up a cloud of dust. The layers beneath are different colors and textures depending on the amount of dust mixed with ice.

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  • Ingenuity fails to takeoff in the 4th flight

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  • ???? Ingenuity Helicopter completed 4th flight on Mars for 133 meters distance

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    NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter is the first aircraft humanity has sent to another planet to attempt powered, controlled flight. If its experimental flight test program succeeds, the data returned could benefit future explorations of the Red Planet – including those by astronauts – by adding the aerial dimension, which is not available today.

    While Ingenuity is a technology experiment that is separate from the rover’s science mission, the helicopter launched to Mars on July 30, 2020, attached to the belly of NASA’s Mars 2020 Perseverance rover. They will land together in Jezero Crater on Feb. 18, 2021.

    Credit: nasa.gov, NASA/JPL-Caltech

    There's Probably No Time by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license.

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  • 4th Flight of Mars Helicopter Ingenuity

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    INGENUITY's fourth flight

  • Ingenuity: 4th Flight | First Footage of Mars Helicopter

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    The Ingenuity helicopter on Mars completed its 4th flight on April 30, 2021. See imagery captured by the Perseverance rover of the flight and new imagery of the 3rd flight conducted on April 25.

    Credit: Space.com | imagery: NASA/JPL-Caltech/ASU/MSSS |

  • Perseverance Rover Capture Ingenuity Helicopter at Different Locations During 4th Flight on Mars

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    Perseverance Rover Capture Ingenuity Helicopter at Different Locations During 4th Flight on Mars

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