1. SOUNDBITE (English) Håvard Grip, NASA Chief Ingenuity Pilot:
"Yeah, this flight was all about proving that it is possible to fly on Mars. So to that end, what we had instructed Ingenuity to do was to climb to an altitude of three meters, hover there for a little bit about five seconds, then make a turn of about 96 degrees, hover for another 20 seconds, and then go to land again in the same place that it took off from. And we that's what he told Ingenuity to do. And it did exactly that. And it did it just perfectly."
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Mars - 19 April 2021
2. Video taken from rover of Ingenuity flight on Mars