NASA's Mars helicopter Ingenuity really kicked up some dust during its historic first flight on the Red Planet, which took place on Monday (April 19).
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NASA's Mars helicopter Ingenuity just made aviation history, and its robotic buddy caught the whole thing on video.
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NASA's Mars helicopter Ingenuity has made its historic first Red Planet flight — and the photos are unbelievable.
NASA's Ingenuity helicopter lifted off on the Red Planet early this morning (April 19), performing the first-ever powered flight on a world beyond Earth.
The big day is nearly here for the team behind NASA's Mars helicopter Ingenuity, who've spent six years developing the first aircraft to fly on the Red Planet.
The first helicopter is expected to attempt the first-ever flight on Mars on Monday (April 19), with NASA unveiling the results a day later, and you can follow it all online.
NASA's experimental Mars helicopter Ingenuity nailed a crucial spin test after the first try ended abruptly, delaying the chopper's groundbreaking flight attempt.
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NASA has shared a new learning guide for students to create their own video game to explore Mars with a helicopter like Ingenuity, which is expected to make its debut flight this week.
NASA has delayed the first flight of its Mars helicopter Ingenuity after the vehicle's last test ended earlier than planned.
NASA is about to make history on the Red Planet with the first controlled, helicopter flight on another world.
Flying on Mars is far from a breeze, but NASA is confident that its little helicopter is up to the challenge.
NASA is preparing to fly its Mars helicopter Ingenuity on the Red Planet for the first time, and students can join in the excitement by building paper versions of the craft at home.