Space helicopter grounded on Mars for first time as dust cloud covers planet

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NASA forced to ground 19th flight of its Ingenuity helicopter. Dust storm stretched across northern and southern hemispheres of the red planet. Weather forecasting on Mars has become an "integral part of Martian flight planning" The helicopter has now flown 18 times since its first launch in April last year.
4 months ago

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Space helicopter grounded on Mars for first time as dust cloud covers planet

NASA was forced to ground the 19th flight of its Ingenuity helicopter when a massive dust cloud stretched across the northern and southern hemispheres of the red planet

4 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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