This video depicts the launch and deployment of an Entomopter-based Mars surveyor mission. The Entomopter began as a Georgia Tech Research Institute internal research program that was later funded by DARPA to show its feasibility for indoor flight. The patented flight control system gives the Entomopter the ability fly slowly in Mars' rarefied atmosphere where other flight vehicles can not. The circulation-controlled flapping wings create up to seven times more lift than theoretically possible for the wing shape. This unique flight capability was recognized by the NASA Institute for Advanced Concepts and was funded through a two-phase study to show feasibility as a platform for Mars survey missions.