NASA’s Mars Perseverance rover has a pet rock that is hitchhiking

Flight one: April 19, 2021 with vertical take-off up to 9.8 feet, stationary stationary and landing

Flight two: April 22, 2021 with a vertical take-off up to 16 feet, hover the mouse, then move west for 14 feet before returning and landing

Flight three: April 25, 2021 with a vertical take-off of up to 16 feet, hover, move north for 328 feet at a speed of 2 m / s before returning to the ground

Flight four: April 30, 2021 with a vertical takeoff of up to 16 feet, stationary, moved 873 feet south at 3.5 m / s before returning to the ground

Flight five: May 7, 2021 with a vertical take-off of up to 33 feet, hover, move south 423 feet at 3.5 m / s before landing in that new location

Flight six: May 22, 2021 with a 33-foot vertical take-off, hover, move 492 feet southwest at 9 miles per hour, travel 49 feet south, travel 164 feet before returning to land

Flight seven: June 8, 2021 with 33-foot vertical take-off, hover, 348-foot displacement at 9mph, land at Airfield D

Flight eight: June 21, 2021 with vertical take-off, hovering, 520 feet southwest shift, landing at Airfield E 438 feet from Perseverance

Flight nine: July 5, 2021 with a record length of 2,050 feet southwest on a potential research location at 16 feet per second.

flight ten: July 24, 2021 with a record height of 40 feet (12 meters) over Raised Ridges to Airfield G. Flight duration 165.4 seconds.

Flight eleven: August 5, 2021 flying at 1,250 feet for 130 seconds in preparation for a series of reconnaissance missions for the Perseverance rover.

Flight twelve: August 16, 2021 flying at 1,476 feet for 169 seconds, soaring 32.8 feet in the air, above the “South Seitah” region of Mars.

Flight thirteen: September 5, 2021 flying at 690 feet for 160.5 seconds, climbing 26 feet on a particular ridge above the Mars “South Seitah” region.

Flight fourteen: October 25, 2021 flying a “short jump” of 6.5 feet (2m) to test higher rpm settings. She flew for 23 seconds at 1 mph at an altitude of 16 feet (5 m).

Flight fifteen: November 6, 2021 flying back to its original landing site. She flew a total of 128 seconds at an estimated 11 mph.

Flight sixteen: November 20, 2021 traveling 116 m (381 ft) for a total of 108 seconds at an estimated speed of 3 mph.

Flight seventeen: December 5, 2021 flying back to the Wright Brothers’ camp at Octavia E. Butler’s landing site. She flew 614 feet (187 m) for a total of 117 seconds at an estimated 6 mph.

Flight eighteen: December 15, 2021 traveling 230 m (755 ft) for a total of 124.3 seconds at an estimated speed of 5 mph.

Flight nineteen: February 7, 2022 covering 207 feet (63 m) for a total of 99.8 seconds at an estimated 2 mph.

Flight twenty: February 25, 2022 covering 1,283 feet (391 m) for a total of 130.3 seconds at an estimated speed of 10 miles per hour.

Flight twenty one: March 11, 2022 traveling 370m for a total of 129.2 seconds at an estimated speed of 8mph.

Flight twenty two: March 19, 2022 traveling 223 feet (68 m) for a total of 101.4 seconds at an estimated 2.2 miles per hour.

Flight twenty-three: March 23, 2022 traveling 358m for a total of 129.1 seconds at an estimated speed of 8.9mph.

Flight twenty four: April 3, 2022 traveling 154 feet (47 m) for a total of 69.5 seconds at an estimated 3.2 miles per hour.

Flight twenty five: April 8, 2022 covering 2,310 feet (704 m) for a total of 161.3 seconds at an estimated speed of 12.3 miles per hour.

Flight Twenty Six: April 19, 2022 traveling 360m for a total of 159 seconds at an estimated speed of 8.5mph.

Flight twenty seven: April 23, 2022 covering 307 m (1,007 feet) for a total of 152.9 seconds at an estimated speed of 6.7 miles per hour.

Flight twenty-eight: April 29, 2022 covering 418 m for a total of 152.4 seconds at an estimated speed of 8.1 mph.

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