NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter simply flew for the thirty first time on Mars, acing a brief hop that took it nearer to an historical Crimson Planet river delta.

Through the Mars sortie, which occurred on Tuesday (Sept. 6), the 4-pound (1.8 kilograms) Ingenuity flew for almost 56 seconds and coated about 318 ft (97 meters) of horizontal distance, in accordance with the mission workforce’s flight log (opens in new tab).

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