The InSight robotic model came to Mars and sent to Earth the first images of Elysium Planitia's red sand, as it has been called to the broadest range of that planet, is embedded by NASA. The spacecraft can leave after seven years of research and after a seven-month trip. Seven minutes before 17 yesterday (Argentina's time) InSight went to Mars's atmosphere unequivocally, at a distance of 12 degrees from the planet. If they were bigger, he fired. According to NASA experts, they have been "seven minutes of viewing" & # 39; and that the module can be hit and lost in the place. The probe traveled at around 20,000 kilometers per hour, three or four times faster than the speed of self-moving rifle split. They said the thermal defender was heavily heated and reached 1500 degrees Celsius, sun surface temperature.
"I'm saying they were here!", Did the tweet message be sent to & # 39; Official account of the survey, to indicate what first image it took long & # 39; And he came near Martian's surface. Until the last time technical changes were being made so that everything could go well.
The boat can stand out with a problem to be able to; get into your smell to & # 39; red planet and dangerous work to rapidly reduce rapid speed of just eight kilometer per hour. The businessman of the center of control confirmed that the probe was coming to Mars and the news caused everyone to attend. Going to clamhan and accepting the warmth of NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California.
The informal spacecraft, which costs 993 million dollars, two hours before reaching Mars's atmosphere "the induction team, stretching and closing (EDL) has a final impact on the algorithm that is a & # 39; guide the spacecraft to the surface "When they were reinforced on the surface, the boat used its solar panels to connect with Earth. Anyway, we needed to wait longer to reach the first image of the InSight and for NASA to confirm that their solar panels and the rest of their equipment were responsible for starting work.
The scientists include two key instruments, the SEIS (a seismic test for the inner structure) and the HP3 (awareness of heat inspection and physical features). The instrument also has the instrument (Knowledge for circulation and internal structure) of the planet.
"I'm feeling you're Mars and soon I'll know your heart. After going well, I'm here. I'm at home," she said. He announced through the official Twitter profile about the survey that it was launched on May 5, and sent messages on each of the main components of the trip.
Each milestone was marked by the message of the first person sent from the machine: "One of the most intense parts of mind" is one of the references. The day before arriving at Mars, it was announced: "Tomorrow is a big day (…) in about 24 hours I will be at home, in #Marte". The message came to 80,000 fans, who were invited to receive the latest report from their base team about what they are "hoping to learn" on their red planet. NASA gave its own life in social networks as a space module, as a means of bringing confidence and science closer to its population, who could continue to live dangerously even in the New York Times square. Some of the messages on the social network were enjoyable, as the confirmation on Twitter said: "It's fortunate that it can not deceive robots".