Ingenuity Mars helicopter soars on 32nd flight

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NASA's Ingenuity helicopter has flown again, taking to the Martian skies for the second time in as many weeks. Ingenuity traveled about 308 feet (94 meters) on Sunday (Sept. 18), staying aloft for more than 55 seconds and reaching a maximum speed of 10.6 mph (17.1 kph), according to NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (opens in new tab) (JPL) in Southern California, which manages the Mars helicopter...

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