- NASA just built the InSight robot successfully on Mars's surface.
- InSight does not move around Mars, but this is a & # 39; The first aim is to bring the temperature of the red planet.
- NASA also listens to Mars's motions caused by meteorite effects and tectonic movements. The quotes may help scientists explain structure within their & # 39; planet.
- Scientists hope that InSight will help answer questions about how rocky planets are used (such as Earth) or desolate (such as Mars).
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InSight is the name of around $ US830 million, a shorter for "Inside Research that uses Seismic Studies, Geodesy and Heat Transport."
NASA created its 789-bit robot to Mars on May 5, along with two maiden satellites called Mars Cube One to launch the spacecraft to help with # 39; record and provide important landing information.
InSight put 14 minutes back to Martian's surface at 2:54 p.m. ET on Monday, he confirmed that he was then safely reached by a beat that scientists and engineers have launched and jumped. heard for happiness in the control of confidence at the NAS Propulsion Laboratory in California.
Mars' s first day is a & # 39; coming in ashore from where the rover reached a powerful nuclear power on the surface of the planet over six years ago.
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Now NASA has a new technological device on top of Martian, the planning scientists have to work on InSight to work. But they have to wait until Monday night to know if InSight is healthy.
"We're going to put out a lot of dust when we go, and we need to let that waste before we make our solar devices", said Tom Hoffman, the InSight mission pay-paying manager, with live broadcasting by NASA West "We have a 100% solar power, and so it's very important that we get this out."
NASA expects to confirm that the solar panels are used at 8:30 p.m. ET. Accepting that everything is done; Going well, the spacecraft will be proven to analyze Mars over the next two years of the world in ways that researchers did not have a dream.
"Mission InSight is very different in the sense that it looks after the time to explore inside Mars," Robert Braun, NASA's technology and technical adviser for the "Mars" National Geographic Series, "The" In doing this, we'll learn about Mars, but also about the history the Earth. "
Here's what NASA hopes to find out with InSight that the probe has now reached safely.
Why did NASA enter the InSight on Martian Flat Range?
InSight came to Mars in a place called Elysium Planitia, a relatively flat section of stones, clay, and other obstacles that could finish its mission.
The place may be enjoyable – certainly in comparison to the ancient myth that is an interesting feeling – but researchers say that InSight is well placed to create an unprecedented scientific enterprise to take away.
Elysium Planitia is just north of the Martian belt, where the rays of the sun are very strong throughout the year. Using two global sun panels to capture the free energy, InSight could work for two years Land, or one year Martian.
That is a big difference from the unlike InSight unity, the Phoenix Mars Lander.
Phoenix came ashore in 2008 and was excavated for ice water near the police of Mars to the north. But the robot died after a few months because the sunlight was too hard to warm up the electricity.
However, InSight is equipped with different scientific devices, and researchers believe that Elysium Planitia soil is free enough to allow the probe robot to deepen the ground to the ground .
That will help InSight execute its & # 39; First planet "confirmation" of the 4.6 billion year plan.
"InSight's aim is to investigate within Mars and removing vital signs, printing, and temperature," said NASA on its mission website. "To look deep into Mars, the laird must have a place where he can be healthy and quiet for his whole purpose. That's why scientists Elysium Planitia has chosen as an InSight home."
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The mission of the InSight mission is to determine how Mars was created and what has happened to the planet since then. Scientists know that Mars has created a magnetic magnet, because Earth is still doing today. However, Martian's heart dynamo was opened, and a shield of protection was opened. planet disappears, & # 39; let the sun go to & # 39; Mars air blow and water waters.
Now, InSight is guided and connected to Earth, uses its invasion arm to turn a back shaft off the tour platform and put it smoothly on Martian. In the broch there are six sensitive trigger tools called seismometers.
Seismometers are on Earth and moon (Apollo's warriors use some of the moon's surface) on earthquake and record moon games, which scientists helped build the inside of the that rocky world. On Mars, NASA researchers hope to make similar success: listening to Mars Quakes.
When Meteorite hits Mars, or if there is a landslide, or if a huge blow of magma is slowly moving, or if there is a tectonic shift, InSight media singers should be in a position; find such motions. The tools are designed to record satirical actions from across the planet.
Over time, Mars's data on Mars' gossip could show up to date information about the internal structure of its planet.
The InSight device that uses 6.5-not, heat rescue is similar to pallets, behave in the soil, and constantly stop up to heat up. Then a sensor on board will find out how long & # 39; so that warmth can be & # 39; scattered.
It is expected that the probe will be 16 feet down – far deeper than the Mars mission has ever reached with scams, shovels, or drills.
"When we get down that deep, we'll get away from the temperature changes on the surface," said Suzanne Smrekar, deputy principal of his minister, when he spoke to the media in October. "That tells us about the heat that comes out of its planet, the energy available for geological driving."
Smrekar data and others help how quickly & # 39; The power of Mars to escape – which is equivalent to increasing temperature, can planet.
That warmth is left from creating Mars for around 4.6 billion years ago, even though it's also come from the erosion of radical elements. These dimensions are essential for the decommissioning of the red plan, as well as the Earth and other rocky planets. Due to the fact that there is a heat flow from the base to & # 39; Help you to play a plate plate, which is a plate. believe that a divide of a world that is live from dead people.
Researchers can also use the data to find out if there are underground waterproof pipes on Mars. These sources, if they are currently, can support microbiological alien life (and provide rich targets for future missions).
Back on the surface, InSight also uses sensible radio science exams to see how submissual Mars is going to; move through the window around her / her / her / her. This data should tell researchers what is happening in the deepest parts of the heart; planet.
In analyzing Mars history, scientists believe we are willing to learn about the origins of our planet.
The Earth "is a large planet that holds a lot of heat, lots of energy, and has been actively geologically over its entirety – so most of a record of the early processes created by Earth, "said Hoffman during the media news of the NASA. "We would like to have a planet that is just a bit tighter and can keep that evidence."
That leaves Mars, which is similar to Earth but it has been almost frozen in time, a very good place that is very good. look.
Hilary Brueck reported.
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