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Watch NASA’s Mars helicopter Ingenuity kick up dust on its 1st flight (video) – Space.com

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NASA’s Mars helicopter Ingenuity
really kicked up some dust during its historic first flight on the Red Planet, which took place on Monday (April 19).
The chopper’s larger companion, the Perseverance rover, spotted the cloud of rusty dust generated by the high-speed spinning blades, particularly during take-off and landing, according to a tweet published by the mission’s account on Wednesday (April 21).
“Dust in the Wind on Mars. These enhanced side-by-side videos from @NASAPersevere’s Mastcam-Z…

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