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NASA’s helicopter flight to the surface of Mars has been postponed after a test failed; Understand Science and health – Mediarun Search

a NASA Did not achieve its goal of conducting Prowess first helicopter flight at Mars. The flight was scheduled to take place on Friday (9), and the

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a NASA Did not achieve its goal of conducting Prowess first helicopter flight at Mars. The flight was scheduled to take place on Friday (9), and the flight was delayed after US Space Agency personnel identified problems with the flight control program. The malfunction was detected during a high-speed test of the helicopter’s rotors. The purpose of the scan was to see if they could reach the required cruise speed of 2,400 rpm. The versatility has already passed previous tests.
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