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NASA’s Ingenuity Mars helicopter is due to take off on Monday on its landmark flight, following several delays – Business Insider Australia

After a few setbacks, Nasa’s helicopter will finally get on its way, following its landing with Perseverance back in February.

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  • NASA plans to launch its Ingenuity helicopter on Mars on Monday.
  • “Our team considers Monday’s attempted first flight like a rocket launch,” wrote NASA’s MiMi Aung.
  • The flight had been delayed after a test ended abruptly due to a “watchdog” timer.
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NASA on Saturday said its Ingenuity helicopter may take flight on Mars as soon as Monday.
A flight is planned for 3:30 am EDT after a series of delays pushed the scheduled take-off back. Data is expected to…

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