Q. The term “Ingenuity of NASA” often seen in news is related to which of the following?
NASA is hoping to make history early on Monday when the Ingenuity Mars Helicopter attempts the first powered, controlled flight on another planet.
- The space agency had originally planned the flight for April 11 but postponed it over a software issue that was identified during a planned high-speed test of the aircraft’s rotors.
- The issue has since been resolved, and the 1.8 kilograms drone could achieve its feet by around 7.30 GMT.
Source: The Hindu