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Ingenuity Mars Helicopter completes a ‘spin test,’ moves closer to flight – Yahoo News Australia

Completing a spin test means the Ingenuity Mars copter could be a step closer to its first flight.

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Plans for the first flight test of NASA’s Mars copter were delayed after it failed to complete a test last weekend, but now the team behind it says the craft has completed a full-speed spin. As described in a blog post and video update, the team has apparently been taking two approaches to deal with the problem they identified. 
An alteration of the commands in the flight sequence was apparently enough to help it complete the test, while work on a modification to the Ingenuity helicopter’s flight…

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