Who would have thought we'd ever see technology improve to a point where we'd see a remote controlled helicopter flying in Mars, which has an extremely thin atmosphere. I'm sure those of you who are very young might just live to see the day where man sets foot on Mars to explore the planet.

"When NASAís Perseverance rover touched down on Mars two months ago, it did so with a helicopter attached to its belly. Now the Ingenuity Mars Helicopter has made history as the first to take a powered, controlled flight on another planet.

On April 19, the chopper rose three meters above the floor of a crater, stayed aloft in the Red Planetís extremely thin red air for 39 seconds, then come down for a pinpoint landing at its take-off spot.