NASA's helicopter will go to Mars!


NASA's helicopter will go to Mars!
NASA's helicopter will go to Mars!

NASA will send a small helicopter on the Mars planet. The US Space Research Organization will send the helicopter as a part of the next generation of a Rover installation mission in 2020.


By sending the helicopter for the first time, NASA will use such kind of Udkuzan on another planet, according to Reuters reports.

Remote controlled helicopter designed to be capable of flying in thin air of Mars. The weight of about four pounds has a twin counter-rotating blade. The body of the helicopter is equal to the size of a tennis ball. According to NASA, the blade of the helicopter will revolve around three thousand times, which is almost 10 times more than the helicopter on earth.

In a statement, Mars Helicopter Project Manager, Mimi Aung, in a NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, said in a statement: "The copters that are on the planet, their maximum height is 40, 000 feet. Mars's atmosphere is one percent higher than the Earth's atmosphere. So when our helicopter will go to Mars's atmosphere it will already be in a state of flying over one hundred feet high. "

An NASA official said, the rotarchite will be taken to the red planet's land along with the rover in the form of a car. Put the helicopter on the ground and move the rover to a safe distance to give commands. When the helicopter is charging the battery, it will give its first automatic flying command to the controllers in the world.

In a statement, NASA administrator Jim Brightenstein said, "The idea of ​​flying a helicopter on another planet is exciting."

According to NASA, this kind of Udukkunan on Mars will show the sustainable and effective helicopter.

The US space agency said further that the helicopter has been scheduled for 30 days for the flight test. During this time the helicopter will fly five times in the sky. In the first stage, the helicopter will glide up at about 30 seconds at 10 feet height upstream. One hundred yards of yards will be moved in 90 seconds while flying slowly.

The solar cells are kept in the lithium-ion battery to charge the helicopter. There is also a warming system to keep the helicopter warm during the cold night.

NASA's Rover mission will begin in July 2020 from Cape Pavilion Air Force Station in Florida. The rover will reach Mars in February 2021 in February. Rover is designed to identify geological research and habitat on the planet.


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