The flight took place on Monday. NASA's Insect Inbound Mars landed on Mars, studying our planet's core in recent years with its two year study. Mars is the first Mars planet since the launch of the Curiosity rover in 2012.
The lander is around 7p at 2:54 pm after 300 million miles. (The remnants will be covered in lens dust, but you can still exit from the ground on the ground, on the horizon. Finally, the dust cover will be removed, and we will take more pictures from the insidiator.)
You can watch NASA's live stream task team in the video below.
This is where landing was born of such fears. Because the launch was far, the NASA mission in California's Jet Propulsion Laboratory was not an insight pilot. Radio transitions in the lander are delayed by several minutes. Like the Curiosity Rover, insight should only fall for 6.5 minutes.
Now we have to wait a few hours for Insight solar panels to open.
The robot spacecraft on Mars is not easy
This is the largest engineering descent into Mars, not just millions of miles away.
This challenge: The gravitational interaction of the Earth is similar to that of the planet, but, unlike Earth, it does not have a thick atmosphere to slow down the spacecraft. Insight was 12,300 miles in the atmosphere of Mars and the earth had to slow down to 5 miles in 6.5 minutes.
Landing was done in a few steps carefully prepared by NASA experts. First, the mission was separated from the "cruise" mission of the mission. This is part of the ruggedness that landed on Mars, and the space insight needed to abandon it.
Insight came back. In the atmosphere, its vessel began at 70 mile above the earth's surface.
The heat shield saved it because the speed was between 12,300 mph and 1,000 mph within two minutes. It was 10 miles away from the surface, it was driven into a hot shed and a parachute was deployed. But the parachute landing was enough to slow down the landing.
This was the most painful part: Insight meant to be self-sufficient, rather than suitable conditions like a sandstorm.
In a mile radius above Mars, the inset will go to parachute and turn to some mysteries. It hurried to beat the injured parachute.
With the help of radar, Insight used the ball to slow down the soft landing. As soon as they descend, the tunnels should immediately be run. (If you do not have the textured inset on the surface, you will never back down.)
The project reached an area of Mars called the Elysium Planitia. This part is partially selected because it will work with Insight Solar Power. It must be at the equator to get the sunlight needed for energy for two years.
So what will insight do?
Now Insight has arrived, and it continues. This is not a rover like a curiosity. This does not need to move the surface because there is no surface study of Mars. Insight, "Inside Exploration with Seismic Investigations, Geodice and Heat Transport". This is a robot geologist. With so much sensitive tools, it will literally enable the terrestrial nature, temperature, record and record of "Mars" for the first time.
"Each planet is like a flashbook that illuminates an inner structure of an eclipse," NASA explains. "By studying how to pass through the various layers of the globe (the geology, mantle, and the core), scientists can draw in the depths of these layers, just as the X-ray of the interior of Mars."
Insight takes the temperature of Mars; Heath Flow and Physical Properties Pro are up to 16 feet. To understand how the orbits of the orbit of the Martian surface go up to its surface, scientists can help understand the same thing between the Earth and Mars.
It should be learned that scientists can understand how Mars is like Mars, Earth, Venus and Venus. Below the surface of the earth, it is a molten oven that flows through our wall paintings. Most of the groundwater operations on earth plate tectonics are responsible for causing earthquakes and volcanoes to generate energy. On Mars, however, there is no active tetanix like us.
Scientists think seriously that a planet like the Earth is geologically dynamic. Perhaps life on earth could improve this knowledge, but not Mars.