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After Ingenuity’s success, NASA looks to Saturn’s moon for its next rotorcraft flight – Salon

An enormous, 990-pound rotorcraft that dwarfs the Martian Ingenuity ‘copter is slated to fly around Titan later this decade



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On Monday, The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) announced that Ingenuity succeeded in being the first powered-controlled flight on another planet. The space agency’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in southern California confirmed the news after scientists received data from the four-pound rotorcraft at 6:46 a.m. east coast¬†time.
“Ingenuity is the latest in a long and storied tradition of NASA projects achieving a space exploration goal once thought impossible,” said acting NASA Administrator…

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