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MAGGIE Solar-Powered Aircraft Mars Aerial Explorer


MAGGIE is selected by NASA in Jan 2024 to potentially fly on Mars for science mission exploration. It is a solar powered electric vertical takeoff/landing (eVTOL) aircraft. The proposal is a teamwork with the vehicle concept developed by CoFlow Jet, LLC, the science missions developed by JPL and Purdue University. The animation is made by CoFlow Jet team and is approved by NASA for public release.

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This solar-powered aircraft, funded by NASA, is designed for vertical takeoff and landing, promising to revolutionize our exploration capabilities on Mars. With a remarkable range of 179 km on a single charge, equivalent to the length of The Line in Saudi Arabia, MAGGIE is poised to undertake critical scientific investigations.

Join us as we delve into the mysteries of Martian water, unravel the enigma of Mars’ weak magnetic field, and search for elusive methane signals.


MAGGIE, crafted by Coflow Jet, may well be the next chapter in Martian exploration, following in the footsteps of the groundbreaking Ingenuity helicopter. Don’t forget to like, subscribe, and share your thoughts below on the potential impact of this futuristic space tech!