Other news from the night:
And then this:
Marshelicopter Ingenuity spent the first night on its own batteries. The device was lost to a Perseverance rover on Sunday and he has been able to save it himself ever since. On Mars, it can be above -80 degrees Celsius at night, so cold that the electronics in a helicopter can break.
With energy from batteries created by a small solar panel, the helicopter can be heated, and NASA was eager to see if that would go well. Now that this hurdle has been overcome, the blades will be tested in the coming days. They will turn slowly at first, then faster. This weekend, ingenuity will take off for the first time into the rare atmosphere of Mars.