Sarvam has taken another crucial step in global space exploration. The helicopter device launched by NASA for the first time is flying over Mars today. The helicopter sent by NASA was already delayed by technical problems even though it was supposed to fly. If the helicopter flies over Mars today, it will be the first powerful and controlled helicopter to launch to another planet after Earth. Scientists and technologists around the world are waiting for those moments.
Historic NASA Helicopter Launch
Millions of helicopters are constantly on the ground. But one never imagines what it would be like to fly a helicopter to another planet after Earth. Because there have never been helicopter launches on another planet. But the US space agency NASA is going to fly a helicopter like this for the first time on Mars. Helicopter already sent to Mars by NASA rover to fly. Delay due to weather conditions and other technical problems. With this, NASA is preparing today to pilot a helicopter.
Launch in the afternoon according to Indian time
The helicopter took off after one in the afternoon according to Indian time. The US space agency NASA will control this helicopter from the ground. Two to three hours after the helicopter takes off, NASA will broadcast the images live. Because those scenes don’t reach NASA as soon as the helicopter flies. The Osari Helicopter to NASA The scenes will be shown to the world by NASA after it begins arriving at NASA. Millions of people around the world expect to see these rare places.
The helicopter is launched on another planet for the first time
Until now, helicopters and planes are flying over the land. No other planet is undergoing such experiments. The reason for this is the lack of knowledge about the weather conditions there. If Osari finds that the weather conditions on other planets are suitable for flying helicopters and airplanes … then it will be possible to fly on those planets in helicopters. With this, the helicopters launched today by NASA are paving the way for future experiments.