Ingenuity helicopter flight over Mars postponed

Scientists said that they had found a solution to the problem, but its implementation takes time.

Scientists at NASA and the Space Agency’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory have announced that the long-awaited first flight of the Ingenuity helicopter over Mars has been postponed.

Scientists had hoped to conduct the first controlled flight of an aircraft on another planet on Sunday.

However, due to problems that occurred last week, the planned flight was no longer possible.

In a statement, the lab said that scientists had found a software solution to this problem, but its implementation will take time.

The statement notes that it is unknown when the tiny helicopter will make its first brief flight, but it will probably happen next week.

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