National Aviation and Space Administration (NASA, for her acronym in English) on Monday that the space mission InSight arrive successfully on the surface Mars.
Following a live broadcast of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory journey at the California Institute of Technological, in the United States (USA), landing.
"InSight can test if there is water on Mars, or not, and how to go there, among other information we know," explained NASA administrator, Jim Bridenstine.
Scientists estimate that the new mission will be able to analyze the size, thickness, density and planet crest for more information about the evolutionary processes of space.
The robot hit the planet's atmosphere at 19,800 kilometer per hour and landed 6.5 minutes, in particular, to the west of Elysium Planitia, the second largest volcanic region on Mars.
InSight has drill, which can drill the surface between three and five meters deep, and a seismogram that will allow you to ask about the formation of celestial bodies of the dream system, with two years to complete & # 39; r mission.
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