Nasa conducts Mars helicopter flight test – watch live

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Nasa’s Ingenuity aircraft was due to ascend to an altitude of three metres above the Martian surface, hover for 30 seconds and rotate before descending to a gentle landing. Data confirming the outcome should reach Nasa three hours later

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