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NASA’s Mars helicopter Ingenuity won’t fly until next week at the earliest – Space.com

The team will modify and reinstall Ingenuity’s flight-control software.

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We’ll have to wait a bit longer to see the first Mars helicopter lift off.
NASA had originally aimed to conduct the first Red Planet flight of its Ingenuity helicopter
the first-ever powered flight on a world beyond Earth on Sunday (April 11). A high-speed rotor-spinning test on Friday (April 9) didn’t go as planned, however, pushing the debut back
until Wednesday (April 14) at the earliest.
Now, after analyzing the issue over the weekend, the Ingenuity team has concluded “that minor modification…

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