An InSight spatial module ready to face the "seven minutes of terror" as just before they came ashore Mars. It is expected to come Monday on 4:00 PM Argentina. At that time, the distance that will divide its & # 39; a red planet from Earth has traveled in six months.
"It's tomorrow's big day" and "In 24 hours, I'm at home, in #Marte" "I wrote" on Twitter last night NASA module for around 80,000 fans, and It is invited to follow the final report of their equipment about what they expect "to learn on Mars" and how lacking is being prepared going ashore.
He arrives today to Mars, after a six month trip.
The "seven minutes of boundary" the richest of the mission, while passing the atmosphere at almost 20,000 kilometers per hour and at that time it must reduce its speed just five kilometers so that it can safely be safely on the surface of Martian.
"This is one of the most intense parts of mental health, it will start when it reaches the upper part of the Martian device and lasts about six and a half minutes until it Land safely, "InSight explained a few hours together with one of the many recycling. of the minute you uploaded to your Twitter.
It is a process that can be stated as anything but easy. Indeed, the Schiaparelli model of the ExoMars project did not succeed in this difficult stage and ended up against the # 39; red planet in October 2017.
The robot will analyze inside its & # 39; planet.
NASA wanted to bring its own life in social networks into the space module, a way to bring its mission and science closer to the general public, you can follow a dangerous land of life even in the square range of New York Times.
InSight was released as it was a humorous sense. Tweet a "board trip" on the trip and also "it's a good thing that the robots can not deceive, just two other days in the marathon reach Mars."
But also want to reach its final destination: "#Marte I'm coming to you, I left the Land 200 days ago and now I only have five days of landing on Mars, "he put on the 21st device, the next GIF in the man who saw the pursuit of landing.
Once on Mars, if everything goes well, InSight is on it long work ahead to explore the "core" of the smallest second planet in the Solar System, after Mercury.
Until now, the campaigns to Mars have captured the surface of the surface, which investigates rocks, and # 39; digging into the ground and searching for water ideas; flow once, but No investigation has ever been done.
The rocket that gave InSight mode, when it was off the ground (File)
So, the space module will be inserted inside a & # 39; planet, and uses a five-meter high-tech mechanical excavation, where it can be used; measure the temperature inside and continue to move inside with the help of seismograph.
Modal This is the InSight (Reuters)
But first, every eye will be placed on it control screens from NASA to find out if InSight is trying to make land, for the things he owns, you have to get five things.
"It's hard to get onboard on Mars, use my probation technology, I'll put into the biggest parking lot on Mars, I'm upset to get into a sandy storm , I'll find out how rocky planets are created. "