According to foreign media reports, NASA plans to launch its fifth flight to ingenuity at 12:36 p.m. U.S. time on May 7. At that time, the data will return to earth and tell the team whether the flight was successful, which will take several hours. Apart from the landing site, the flight has other ambitious goals. Ingenuity plans to fly 16 feet (5 meters) above the ground and then 423 feet (129 meters) south.
Once it reaches this height, it will set a record of 33 feet to take some topographic images. It will land in about 110 seconds of flight time.