NASA Ingenuity 14th Flight Anomaly and Flight Issues Explained

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never been to the moon or mars, its all FAKE. If you think they can control that from earth, you are retarded

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Well it will be sad if ingenuity remains behind because there is no real way to communicate to it other than by perseverance. Still I hope it is just a transient anomaly and that the can both continue on. Thanks, Anton, for the update. As a Linux guy I am both amazingly proud and a little dismayed, but oh well, que cera sera.

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They have large vacuum chambers they could test things in, but why bother testing what they know is a fraud?

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I find it odd that they are not talking about the dust problem that so many stated would be the first problem they would encounter. That’s a lot of dust on the solar panel. So it must be getting everywhere else. and there you have it. Rovers will always be better than drones.

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You would think government would have made a cop or two here on Earth to test with different pressures and such instead of testing on Mars.

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I understand NASA has the worlds second largest vacuum chamber in which they tested the helicopter. I would assume that the atmosphere is no surprise and the continued trying is simply a “how far can we push it” thing. I think they spend their time and money on what they thought was realistic: a few flights, proof of concept. Thunderf00t commented on the significant challenge to even do that.

Don’t know how difficult (or possible at all) it is to make something fly all year around on mars (i.e. when pressure drops further), but if someone is willing to pay, i am sure NASA will not hold back. The willing someone would be the tax payer; deep pokets, sure, but I am certain a limit can be found. Lets say all year flight would cost 100 times summer/spring flight… pretty risky if it then happens to crash on its third flight. Or, the extra cost is a no brainer, now that the concept is prooven and the extra bucks come easy.

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I suppose they could just let it sit for a year until the atmosphere starts getting thicker again, but it’s likely to get blown over in a dust storm over the course of an entire year. So maybe have Perseverance carry it around on its shoulder like a pirate’s parrot. Arrrrr

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Seems like dust would be a bigger issue when the wind calms down and airborne dust starts to settle on things.

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