Ingenuity hovers 39 seconds, marking the first controlled, powered aircraft flight on another planet.

  • Associated Press
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A powerful camera called High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) has been taking photos of Mars since 2006.

NASA’s Ingenuity will attempt a flight milestone on another planet; the Wright Flyer did something similar on Earth.

  • Associated Press
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Thousands of detailed photos helped choose landing spot for Perseverance rover and further scientists’ understanding of the planet’s surface.

  • Suzanne Slade
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The rover, which launched in the summer, successfully lands on Martian soil.

If scientists can get Ingenuity off the ground, it will mark the first controlled flight on a planet other than Earth.

  • Jason Bittel
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Scientists haven’t had fresh moon rock since the Soviet Union’s mission in 1976.

  • Associated Press
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The smooth, tall structure was found during a helicopter survey.

  • Associated Press
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Several kinds of soil were recently sent to the space station to see how microgravity affects it.

  • Lela Nargi
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Alabama high school student had suggested the name in an essay contest.

  • Associated Press
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