Mars helicopter Ingenuity has a dead sensor

Ingenuity, the small helicopter that accompanied NASA's Perseverance 

rover to Mars, was designed to make just a handful of flight tests after the duo 

landed in the Red Planet's Jezero Crater in February 2021. Since then, Ingenuity has 

far exceeded design expectations, with 28 flights under its belt. However, 

conditions in Jezero Crater have changed since the craft's arrival. Ingenuity took 

its first flight in April 2021, during springtime in the Jezero area. Now, winter temperatures, 

which can drop to around minus 112 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 80 degrees Celsius) 

at night, are impelling changes in Ingenuity's activities and software to keep the vehicle 

functional through the colder season. As temperatures decreased over the past

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