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Does not take it to land the NASA InSight liveboat on Mars.
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CAPE CANAVERAL – Mars has a bad mood to stay up to his amazing name and to go to her. Getting the Earth when it comes to visiting visitors.

NASA's InSight is the most recent spacecraft that comes with a call, with each goal to be & # 39; Getting onboard and deeper digging for the planet is anything that comes before. Marster arrives at Mars Monday after a six month trip.

"We have a number of successful attacks now in a series. But you do not know what Mars throws you," said Rob Grover, a leading engineer for an attack team at the NAS Propulsion Laboratory.

Marshing on Mars is always dangerous, Grover and other experts emphasizing every opportunity.

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NASA 's InSight Mission, which will be scrutinized within Mars, will be launched from the Vandenberg Air Force Center in California on the Atlas V rocket at 7:05 a.m. On the east of Saturday, 5 May 2018.
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"Our trip team is to be paranoid about what can go wrong and make sure we are doing what we can to ensure that issues are going right, "he said,

The numbers are back back. Only about 40 per cent of the campaigns to Mars – are named after a Roman war and war – have succeeded.

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"It's been going to Mars very hard," NASA's NASA science chief executive, Thomas Zurbuchen, told reporters earlier this week. "As human beings, researchers around the world, we are about 50 percent – or less."

The United States is the only country that successfully runs a spacecraft on the Martian surface. InSight represents NASA's nine-year-old attempt to put Mars on Mars; there is only one attempt to fail.

The SLC-3 mobile service tower has been brought back to the La V United Launch Alliance (ULA) rocket with NASA InSight Spacecraft on board, Friday, May 4, 2018, at Base Force Air Vandenberg in California . (Picture: NASA / Bill Ingalls)

The final – rover Curiosity NASA – is still moved after six years, with more than 12 miles (20km) devolved. Elderly Accession, spacecraft, was distributed up to June, when a universal brown storm was removed from the service. Flight rulers still have no hope to revitalize them.

Despite having a history of almost 60 years old, Trying to get to Mars that includes attempts to fly over the & # 39; red planet for stopping photography, as well as the more complex turns to insert spacecraft into the red planet and to make land.

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Mariner 4 NASA made its first successful aircraft of the red planet in 1965, send 21 pictures back.

Mariner 9 encompassed to Mars and recovered more than 7,000 photographs.

And the Vikings 1 and 2 NASA, not only, placed spacecraft around Mars in 1976, but also on the surface. The two Viking people Mars's first successful shutters are from the planet.

The 1990s were not as good as NASA. The control of a moderate English exchange influenced Mars Observer in 1993. A variety of US windows. lost later, as well as outside and there were two certainty of his & her; going to attack the surface.

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A broad overview of NASA's Mars InSight mission, which provides scientists with more information on how Mars – and other planets – are created.
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Despite the test decades, Russia has been particularly lucky enough to have Mars.

The Soviet Union then went to & # 39; The first one who tried to make Marsby, in 1960, was made. The spacecraft had never reached the Earth's excavation. After launching further failures and flight problems, the Soviets finally got a pair of spacecraft to Mars orbit in 1971 and received real data. But the companies were totally attacked.

And so he has gone to the Soviets / Russians through their most recent attempt to China in 2011. The dreadful aim is to go to China. Marsh Phobos spacecraft provides Mars to collect and return spas, and to enter spacecraft to orbit around Mars. He did not get out of the ground.

Europe is also beaten by a snake at Mars, like Japan.

Although the European Spatial Agency is working around Mars, both of its efforts have a " going ashore. Just two years ago, his arm struck the surface as soon as he put out a crack. Mars's only spacecraft, which was launched in 1998, did not move into the orbit.

At the same time, India has been operating satellite around Mars for four years, its first and only burned at a & # 39; red planet.

There is a large presence in Europe on NASA's InSight. Germany is responsible for its & # 39; A flag that is designed to throw 16 feet (5 meters) into the Martian surface to take underground heat measurement, and France seismometer management; tracking an earthquake.

On the surface, the same thing that works on Mars is a feeling. Currently in orbit: Odyssey SA from 2001, Mars Express of Europe (2003), Mars Mars Recognition Orbiter (2006), U.S. Maven (2014), orbiter Mangalyaan na h-India (2014) and Trace Gas Orbiter of Europe (2016).

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