Successful Martian success has successfully succeeded Red Planet
From: UK Space Agency
Posted by: Monday, November 26, 2018
UK The mission to Mars has successfully succeeded, and the first study of the planets will begin soon.
NASA inaccurate passes on Monday, Monday, 19:53 GMT
Insight will study Martian's study of how Mars, moon, and meteorites are formed on Mars. Lander's devices include a seismometer for thermal insulation underneath the surface of the planet.
UK The space agency has invested 4 million pounds (short-term cesmometer) (SEZ). This will be on the surface of Mars to measure groundwater from Mars. Scientists believe that a magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck two years in the Richter scale.
Sue Horn, head of the US Space Agency, Space Exploration, said: "Happy CIO Insight spacecraft safely arrived on Mars. The mission scientists and engineers from the UK have maintained for years to make the life of their silicon semimirrar involved. We are now aligned to the new device puta Details machinery to reach the beginning of the year, you can look forward on how to improve the rupappetuttiyetukkunnu the planet. "
Insight takes over three devices designed and built in the UK as part of the semi-class package. These microsecometer sensors were developed by Imperial College London and integrated into the electronics system produced by Oxford University.
Mars is a company designed by the UK team led by Professor Tom Pick in the Imperial, a company designed to deal with the shock and hoax of land launch. Dr. Sensors can identify the movements in the sensor-atomic scale with the help of electronic devices manufactured by Oxford under the direction of Simon calculus.
We could turn the microsmithometers in Mars Crossing. They survived because they had left the ruins of the earth. But on Mars, all the land is dangerous, and we were looking forward to NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). We waited for the first signal from the successful landing. "
Lander takes several weeks to deploy three instruments, seismometer and queries on the surface of Mars. In the UK, there will be a team of institute scientists in JPL Imperial and Oxford in California.
Prof. The pic added, "At least two years we have heard for Mars, we expect more time, it's very important that we set the device in the best place to ensure the stability and then follow through the wind by adding a cover to care for our sensors."
For analyzing information from all devices, Dr. Nick Tenby, Imperial, Dr. UK semisologists from Bristol will join this device under the leadership of Nex Bowles led by Imperial led Imperial.
Dr. Oxford University Neil Bowles said: "Insects are a challenging and challenging tool for the Oxford flight of Oxford, and after the launch in May, we conducted a successful test of tests and Mars Crossing, a traditionally amazing scientific device to be launched on a rocket. We have proven that the next challenge shows how it works on the surface.
"After a decade of SIS preparation, we are surprised that science and technology can start now, with our partners, STFcc rock space and the UK space agency at Imperial College London."
The mission, which departed from California in May of this year, has conducted six research subjects on the surface of Mars to pave the way for the evolutionary evolutionary history of the solar system design.
Anna Harleyston, a researcher at Bristol University, said: "I have learned terrestrial information all over the world, but the chance to learn data from Mars is the only thing we finally learned from our studies in real Mariani seismic data.
The UK instrument will also play a major role from France and Sesimetime and also from UK, Switzerland, Germany and the US. A precise radio tracking of lander can determine the motion and motion of the rotation of Mars, and the HP3 (Heat Flow, Physical Properties Probe) studying in Heat Speed by means of a temperature sensor on the surface
Insight is an interior exploiter using seal investigations, geodesies and heat transportation.
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