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[i]Mars Helicopter can’t stop, won’t stop! Ingenuity completed its 26th flight on the one-year anniversary of its first flight on Mars.[/i]
[i]Scouting for the rover.
Mars Helicopter completed Flight 27 on April 23 and surveyed a ridgeline for Perseverance's science team. Data from this geologic feature of interest indicate it’s a major boundary between two rock units on the crater floor.[/i]
[i]The Mars Helicopter successfully completed Flight 29 over the weekend, its first since the start of winter operations at the end of April. On this 66.6-second flight, Ingenuity traveled at 5.5 m/s for 179 m.[/i]
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