NASA started on InSight on Mars after seven months of travel yesterday, November 26. The most recent conversation on InSight began to land the eight Mars from NASA's start; Place spacecrafts to the plan in 1965. InSight is a & # 39; going to live on Mars for two years, deep inside of the planet.
On Twitter, InSight wrote at NASA: "For the people I have received here, and all the supporters that have given me confidence, this one is for you!
"Now let all of us breathe before the beginning of deep science begins."
But because a range has been made; Distribution of the Red Planet effort, people noted that something was very unusual for him.
The InSight tourside was shaped as a large egg in the Mars Marsh section of Elysium Planitia.
And even though the flat makes sense, why is the grandchild?
The reason for the epitome is a result of two reasons, according to Matt Golombek, a Jet Propulsion Laboratory scientist based in California.
The first reason is the angle of a land that; coming into the Martian atmosphere.
The second is definitely the case. It's a & n; going on the way down.
Mr Golombek told Live Science that the research area included a visitor range of about 81 miles with 17 miles in an epic section.
And it has to be played all over the world by going to & # 39; Martian world touches the rapid pace of the normal range of this shape.
When you go into the air as soon as possible, the spacecraft needs to catch it on enough air to do it; dragging down without felling up or going to # 39; break into the surface.
To pull it out, InSight needed to hit the atmosphere at a 12-step angle.
Mr Golombek explained that enough InSight of direct margins would be carried significantly over the surface as it went down.
And when it disappeared, InSight would have a & # 39; fought due to unsustainable streams in the air.
So the oval shape would ensure that although its & # 39; winding the space confirmation to the side, it would still be 17 miles from side to side and a distance of 81 miles to travel safely.
And as it was confirmed last night, InSight landed on Mars successfully and is ready to start its & # 39; planet.