Insight will use the next two years to collect and return rich data to outline how Mars was formed, improve understanding of the core size, mantle and Marsh Marsh trail, and determine Mars's internal temperature. In turn, the formation of Earth and other rocky planets is reproduced within the solar system.
This is my first picture on Mars. The lens dust cover has not yet been taken, but I can not wait to show you my new home. NASA InSight OfficerTwitterThe first image captured by InSight on Mars was released and the text was published.
On May 5, 2018, the Insight was launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California. After six months and a half, 300 million miles of interfact flight, the Insight was around 2:40 pm on November 26th, United States East Time. It reached more than 12,000 miles per hour at the top of the Mediterranean atmosphere.
The following landing process was triggered by NASA and described as "Thrilling Seven Minutes." Because the entire landing process relies entirely on programmed and fully programmed programs, NASA could not control the current in depth at present.
Ultimately, the Insight landed in plain plains in the northern hemisphere of Mars, near the Marsan conurb, 373 miles from Mars Mars landing. Interestingly, the time of launching Craffdeb occurred in November 26, seven years ago.
Explore Mars inside
"Three legs, one fraich", after pressing the 360 kilograms of the insight, two disc shapesSolar energyThe panel develops and the powers of the insight as an arrow. After the health of the Insights has been confirmed, the robotic arm will use the tool on the face of Mars. NASA said he will take 2-3 months for the device to act.
This time, the Insights came mainly to three devices. The first is a highly sensitive internal internal structure (SEIS) seismography and can experience land movements less than the radius of the hydrogen atom. Scientists expect to see at least 12, or even up to 100, earthquakes in this mission, and the resulting data will help scientists find depth, density and core composition, mantle a martian crew In addition, the heat space and a physical property sensor (HP3) provided by the German Space Agency, the rope searcher can penetrate deeply under the surface to measure temperature changes and heat sources. The third rotation and internal structure sensor (RISE) provided by NASA JPL (Jet Propulsion Laboratory) based on the Mars revolution and rotation, has caused the position of the sensor to change to reveal the features of the Marsh kernel.
In addition, another surprise to Landing was successful.
With the launch of the insight, there are only two cubic images of 36.6cm * 24.3cm * 11.8cm Mars Cube. Although they are just "crew" size, they have played a huge part. They are named as "Walley" and "Eva." Both lythers provided real-time signal exchange services when the Insights had landed, and NASA ground engineers were able to understand the detailed Landing of Insights. This also indicates the first time that people have used microsathetic technology in interlinguistics steering, which engineers consider it a low alternative to more complex aircraft.
Fill another gap
In November 1962, the Soviet Union launched the "Mars 1" sensor, considered as the beginning of a human Mars investigation. Like the eighth sensor to successfully hit Mars, the Insights was a different nation than the past. Unlike previous finders, Insights do not have to turn around, but stay in a detailed address to achieve the first human exploration mission inside Mars.
Insight will use the next two years to collect and return rich data to outline how Mars was formed, improve understanding of the core size, mantle and Marsh Marsh trail, and determine Mars's internal temperature. In turn, it's "reproduce" forming Earth and other rocky designs within the solar system. "The reason why we are studying Mars is not only to understand Mars better, but also the Earth itself," said Bruce Banerdt, chief investigator Insight.
James Green, director of NASA's planetary sciences department, said, "The earth's crust tectonic activity has destroyed most of the early history, but most Mars, about a third of the Earth , continues almost stable, which provides scientists with a Geological Time Machine. "Bruce Banerdt elaborated on this point, basically using Mars as a time machine, returning to the tens of millions from years after the formation of the ground. Understanding what makes living earth, and what makes Mars unnoticed.
Scientists believe that Mars may have life and water on Mars. If this can be confirmed, people will open a new living space. From July 15, 1965, "Sailor 4" flew over Mars and returned Mars's surface. At the beginning of the first image, NASA's Mars investigation did not stop it. Not back, NASA announced that it will launch the rolling of Mars in 2020, landing on the Jezero Crater, which was a 30 mile long lake. NASA hopes to find signs of life.
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