We’ve put together a timeline of some of Ingenuity’s biggest achievements in its almost three years on Mars.
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Ingenuity’s most recent flight was a 25-second hop to give the Ingenuity team some insight on why the helicopter’s 53rd flight was cut short.
Ingenuity’s flight took place on April 26, but mission controllers lost contact when the helicopter descended toward the Martian surface.
NASA said nearly every Mars rover has experienced dust devils, but this is the first time any such recording has been made.
NASA’s Perseverance Rover recently collected its first two samples of regolith, broken-up rock and dust, on Mars.
NASA released the results of the Perseverance Rover’s first seven oxygen generation runs on Mars using MOXIE.
NASA has been scouting out an area on Mars from spacecrafts in orbit. This is the first time the team is getting an up close look thanks to Perseverance.
Perseverance’s 70.5 foot wide parachute helped the rover land on Mars after making its way through the Martian atmosphere.
According to NASA, it’s the most zoomed-in and highest frame-rate observation of a Phobos solar eclipse ever taken on the Martian surface.
The drive was the same distance as a previous one that was split over three sols, but doing it all in one go created challenges for the rover.
The science collected during this mission will be investigated and reviewed for decades to come, including the return of sample cores collected by Perseverance rover.
The interactive map tracks Perseverance’s path from its landing site at the northern end of its route, to its more recent locations.
The Perseverance rover was sent to Mars to look for signs of ancient life and collect rock samples to be returned to Earth.
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Pebbles became lodged in Perseverance when it was extracting a sample from a Martian rock nicknamed Issole.
NASA’s team is working on the next, complicated step in Perseverance’s mission: bringing rock samples to earth.
NASA tests OPTIMISM on Earth to prepare the Perseverance Mars Rover for challenges ahead on the Red Planet.
Improving the Soil Property and Object Classification will save NASA scientists time when planning routes for their rovers and in finding important formations.
Three tools on the Perseverance Rover, SuperCam, the Mars Environmental Dynamics Analyzer and PIXL, use Exxelia components.