NASA temporarily establishes Mars helicopter creativity due to dust

NASA’s Mars Helicopter is taking a break from pioneering operations on the Red Planet.

NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Southern California, which operates the Ingenuity mission, announced Thursday (July 14) that cleverness, the first aircraft to take a powered flight on an extraterrestrial world will temporarily cease operations for the next several weeks. “#MarsHelicopter is taking a break for the next few weeks. It’s winter and dust season Mars, which means reducing sunlight to recharge the Ingenuity batteries. But don’t worry, the team expects the helicopter to fly again in August,” JPL on Twitter (Opens in a new tab).

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