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Dragonfly drone to fly on Titan in follow-up of Ingenuity on Mars – FierceElectronics

The mission on Saturn’s largest moon will last two years as Dragonfly travels for miles at a hop taking samples and investigating pre-biotic chemistry

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After Mars Helicopter Ingenuity, Dragonfly will be the next NASA drone helicopter to fly above the surface of another world when it arrives on Titan, the largest moon of Saturn, after launching from Earth in 2027.
Dragonfly will be much larger than tiny Ingenuity– about the size of a small car– although it is still undergoing design. It will conduct a mission lasting over two years to investigate samples on the surface of Titans organic oceanic world.
The dual quadcopter will be able to travel…

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