Mrs. Donne, The Associated Press
Tuesday, November 27, 2018 10:52 AM EST
Last updated on Tuesday, November 27, 2018 10:53 AM EST
Cap canvar, flaw-min minute MarsNASA's "humorous and dirty" snapshots sent to the Insight space research have been sent. However, an image of dust that has been crushed by dust is a work of art for scientists.
This picture is very simple and delicate smoother and sandy.
"We are very happy to feel like a very safe and boring landing place," said Project Managing Director Tom Hofman after touching Monday. "That's where we are going."
Within hours, a better picture came. Powder dusting is expected at days when lander's camera has been exposed.
The spacecraft arrived Mars SuperSonic Plane, which takes a six-minute red sky.
"Touchdown confirmed!" A flight controller was called 3 o'clock. The white-collar suspension was to reach 100 million miles (160 million kilometers) between scientists at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California.
NASA's 8th successful landing Mars From 1976 to Viking Probes, the first of six years. NASA's Curiosity Rover, which was launched in 2012, is still moving Mars.
The distance between the Earth and the Earth MarsSix months (482 million km) of travel was sent eight small bicycles behind Insight.
JUPL Chief Engineer Rob Manning declared "unhygienic". "Sometimes things work in your favor."
Inside the 1 billion dollar international project has a German mechanical mole. It will blow up 16 feet (5 m). Mars& # 39; internal heat. There is also a French chemometer to measure an earthquake, if they are our small and geologically calm neighbor. Another experiment will be calculated Mars& # 39; ll know how the planet's core changed.
NASA has announced that it will reopen batteries for the vital sunspot of the spacecraft.
Next few "Sols" – 24 Hours Tuesday, 39 1/2 Minutes – Flight Controllers The hands and the scientific instruments will evaluate all the key robots of insight. These devices need months to set up, and the next scientist Bruce Banard does not expect to receive a stream of solid information until next spring.
The first snapshot of the Barnard subtitle is "calm and dirty", the first to describe science. The picture will be cleaned and the black colors will be gone. The photograph came from the lower camera in the lander. A photo taken by a high camera as part of London and Landscape was released on Friday.
With an estimated 800 pounds (360 kilograms) insulated settlers, the next two years will work on the same site as Mars for the next two years.
"In the coming months and years, we will rewrite the history of the books of history Mars"Said Michael Watkins, Director, Global Director.
When Mars's atmosphere was broken, this time of NASA went with an old and simple approach. At approximately 12,300 mph (19,800 kph) touchdown Tuesday, approximately 26 miles (114 km), 5 miles (8kph). In the atmosphere the spacecraft was likely to boycott or boycott.
Many MarsThe US, Russia and other countries have lost or destroyed the space missions. With only 40% success, the institute has no success.
Three calinous inset NASA is in the western part of the Elysium Planitia, which was the target.
To see programs that took place at JPL, see the United States museums, planetariums, and libraries. NASA's television coverage was displayed on the big screen at Times Square in New York where crowds conquered the umbrellas.
"What a wonderful day for our country," said Jim Bridenstein Mars NASA's top boss
MarsThe internal part of the & # 39; s interior is a snapshot of the Earth 4.5 billion years ago, said Banerard. While the earth is terrifying, Mars "We decided to relax on its virus" and then said it.
Interior inspection and mapping MarsScientists hope why the rocks in our solar system differ so much.
Still there are no life detectors in InSight. Nasa's next mission Mars 2020 Rover will wait for rocks containing evidence of ancient life. The question is whether life exists Mars& NASA is a white-long past, bringing NASA from the sun to the fourth rock.
At the time of the insight, two experimental satellites were past MarsTheir main job was done. The last photograph of a red planet was taken by Anderson, the chief engineer of the moons, "leaving the farewell … Mars. "