Picture: NASA’s original Mars helicopter stands on the red asteroid
In this picture, NASA’s Ingenuity Mars helicopter stands on the surface of the red planet as NASA’s Perseverance Rover (visible in the left part) is rolling.
The demonstration of this technology has been visited by telephone from the place connected to the abdomen of the NASA Persevering Rover.
The mission leader of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California has received the first status report from Ingenuity Mars Helicopter, which landed on the agency’s Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover Jezero Crater on February 1
The downlink arrived at 3:30 PM Pacific Standard Time through the connection of the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, and it means that the helicopter and its base station (electric box on the rover) will remain connected to the rover for 30 to 60 days. And routing the communication between the rotorcraft and the earth) operates as expected.