The InSight researcher, who is developing a historic mission on Mars, has successfully used on Martian's face Hyersensitive seismometer of French manufacturing, a key tool to continue with a scientific mission, which NASA announced on Thursday.
This device, which is worth tens of millions of euros and designed by the CNES French agency, serves listen to the vibrations within the red planet and find out more about the history of their formation.
Insight is starting to reveal the seismometer on Mars floor. (AP)
"Use the seismometer As important as landing InSight on Mars"said the scientist responsible for the NASA mission, Bruce Banerdt.
"This is the most priority tool of InSight: we need to achieve, at least, three quarters of scientific objectives"he added.
The seismometer deposit search engine with a robotic arm, approximately 1,64 meters from front, according to US space agency.
The tool, of the name SEIS (Seismic Experiment for Internal Structure, a seismic experiment for internal structure) you will hear the smallest vibrations of the ground, caused mainly by meteor shock waves and earthquakes.
These waves will allow tracking the first three dimensional map within Mars, which will enable us to understand the formation, billions of years ago, is better than what is called "red planet".
Image shared by NASA of the seismometer already used. (AP)
"Having this seismometer on earth is like to have phone near the ear"French geophysicist Philippe Lognonné, researcher at the Institut de Physique du Globe in Paris and a father explained this valuable instrument.
InSight, valued at 993 million dollars, arrived to Mars on November 26th.