Ingenuity, also called Ginny, is a small robotic helicopter operating on Mars.

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Ingenuity’s Final Transmission: NASA’s Mars Helicopter Team Says Goodbye … for Now

Ingenuity's travels: New NASA video tracks Mars helicopter's 72 flights

Life after Ingenuity: How scientists hope to reach the skies of Mars once more

Perseverance rover spots Ingenuity helicopter's snapped-off rotor blade on Mars (photos)

Ingenuity Won’t Fly Again Because It’s Missing a Rotor Blade

Earlier today, the Mars Persevere rover captured a high resolution image of Ingenuity using the SuperCam RMI instrument. One rotor blade is broken off completely, the others have damaged tips.

Mars helicopter Ingenuity's final resting place named after 'Undying Lands' in 'Lord of the Rings'

The Ingenuity team has nicknamed the spot where the helicopter completed its final flight “Valinor Hills” after the fictional location in J.R.R. Tolkien’s fantasy novels.

Watch NASA celebrate (and mourn) its Mars helicopter Ingenuity in this free livestream

The Ingenuity helicopter’s Mars mission is over, but it left a legacy

Ingenuity Suffers Rotor Damage, Ending the Mission

NASA's historic Mars helicopter Ingenuity grounded for good after 72 flights

NASA's Ingenuity helicopter has taken its last flight on Mars

'It's sort of been invincible until this moment:' Mars helicopter Ingenuity pilot says 'bland' terrain may have doomed NASA chopper

After three years on Mars, NASA's Ingenuity helicopter mission ends

NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter officially ends its mission on Mars

NASA's Mars helicopter Ingenuity has flown its last flight after suffering rotor damage

Flight 72 Status Update - Ingenuity

Ingenuity’s 69th Flight is its Farthest So Far

As of today, NASA's Ingenuity helicopter has completed 69 successful flights on mars. NICE. Completing 125.5 flying minutes, covering 10.4 miles (16.7 km), and reaching altitudes as high as 78.7 ft (24.0 m)