- Flight number: 37
- Date of flight: NET Dec. 17
- Flight duration: 49 seconds
- Horizontal flight distance: 180 feet (55 meters)
- Flight speed (horizontal): 6.7 mph (3 mps)
- Max flight altitude: 33 feet (10 meters)
- Flight goal: Reposition helicopter and test new flight software capabilities.
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These blog updates are provided by the Mars Helicopter team. The Mars Helicopter is a technology demonstration to test the first powered flight on Mars.
Dates of planned test activities are subject to change due to a variety of factors related to the Martian environment, communication relays, helicopter and/or rover status.
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