Humanity has been busy about the stars, its acronyms, planets, and indeed, the red planet near Earth especially for centuries.
From the first time an Italian expert, Galileo Galilei sent his telescope to the side of the air, a man did not stop what's over the river. Galileo wanted to be much longer than he could with his naked eyes. Ten years later and with the help of more advanced technology, they will always be involved in a & # 39; Analyze other plans and possibly second home.
Is there life outside? Does it have to wait on other planets that have a? going to be going to exist? Mars has a human settlement before the 2030s of the future of humanity?
All of these questions show us a successful look at how the race started to explore a space in which we can search to & # 39; competence and income Mars colonization.
Spatial race: How this started
The Second World War is said to be an inspiration for rocket science. In these terms, it is safe to say that the Cold War was a thousand times stronger. During the cold war when the race started spas.
Due to its risk at the risk of nuclear nuclearization and the fear of biological war, the American patriot program was first born by Werner von Braun, a war and mental war campaign. his Russian company, led by Sergei Korolev.
Much of the government's funding has been made available to both research, development, and development of the atomic weapons promotion systems. Finally, the Soviet Union sent its first folded satellite into orbit ever on October 4, 1957: Sputnik I.
The Russians were then encouraged by their first success over the Americans and went on to go to the United States. first converted into space in 1961. The man in this historic purpose, Yuri Gagarin, finished the work in the Vostok I. space capsule
At the same time, back in the United States, the American room program, which was war in 1958 in response to the Sputnik I launch, was returned for two years later. As you think, they were not happy about this.
In 1958, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) was established and the US soldier soldier Explorer I launched.
President John F. Kennedy said NASA was going to put a person on her; moon before the end of the decade, being brought back to Earth safely.
On July 20, 1969, NASA launched the Apollo 11 mission by Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins who safely landed on the moon and returned to the Earth.
Mars surface study
The theory shown in the diagram below dates back to 1875. B & # 39; This is one of the first instruments used to monitor the planet. Since then, an analysis of instruments has come forward long. So they did the mapping topics.
Over 120 years after this message that is part of the science tools at the Galileo Museum in Florence, Italy, in early 1998, NASA's Mars Global Surveyor was a " Planet surface mapping from Sun: Mars.
Despite the fact that the red planet was previously mapped by the two Americans and Russians, what did the World Survey resolution differ to put the most elaborate images on Martian's surface ever from the space back to Earth.
First mission to Mars
Mars A & # 39; first trip to Mars. It was launched on November 1, 1962, also with the Russians. Unfortunately, the probsa lost all communications with Earth on March 21, 1963. No comments were received from Mars I, unfortunately.
A year later, on November 5, 1964, NASA launched Mariner 3, NASA's first Mars certification. Unfortunately, he was out of control too early in his mission and he never completed it.
On November 28, 1964, NASA launched the Mariner 4. This time, the craft made 21 pictures of the surface of the world and there seemed to have been a life of life and some information vital back to Earth. This is a & # 39; The first time people see their first appearance of how Mars's surface is like.
Go to Mars inside
InSight (Annexplored Sh mph East North Easterly Meh mph East North Easterly Geodesy, and Heat Tferry), now on Elysium Planitia, Mars, from Vanderberg Air Force Base, California on May 5, 2018 and on land on Mars on 26 November 2018.
The landlord will explore within a & # 39; planet. Made by Lockheed Martin Space Systems, the US $ 828.8 million will be paid for U.S. dollar going to go early soil planets advance attack.
It is anticipated that this research will open a knowledge window into the rocket plans of the internal solar system. This makes InSight more of Mars's mission, even though Mars is first target.
The intention has been recorded for just over Mars, which is equivalent to about Earth's two years. In days, this is 709 Light (day of Mars), or 728 Earth days. InSight's main objective will be to end in November 2020.
Landscapes are used to experience life on their surface; planet. However, we know well that life on the surface can be hard, especially if the conditions on the surface of that planet are not as good.
What are the opportunities for planetaries such as Mars to be & # 39; Introducing organic development inside, instead of being on the surface as expected?
Scientists have been trying to scratch a & # 39; planet moderate than they are familiar with within their planet. One time, people thought the ground was flat. The belief was based on their little knowledge at the time. Like the little knowledge of Mars so far. You get the point. Intelligence may be different from Mars that we are thinking about.
SpaceX Plans going to Mars
But the dream of anyone who is making a real difference in the entire history of human spatial research.
With any competitive and inspirational agenda that has only a great deal of effort, Elon Musk and their SpaceX team will be able to; landed on Mars and later. And with him, doing a multi-life life.
And here is when a new new chapter begins in the history of people and dreams to create the stars.