NASA has a very detailed weather package on mainland Mars, and you can explore the daily issues on Elysium Planitia online. The data, however, has continued to a degree of confidentiality. According to Ars Technica, every day at 7am and 7PM local time, the atmosphere has a spike without expelling.
The TWINS (Heat and Wind for InSight) package is located at the Center of Spanish Astrobiology that regularly shows the small spices since the land land hit in November. They appear to be compatible with sunrise and sunset. Remember, the pressure on Mars is very low – about 1% of Earth's atmosphere – and scientists have already blocked the problems of instruments.
The TWINS technical side includes thermometer, as well as measuring anamometer to measure wind speed and second-minute directions. Amongst the additional senses the InSight FluxGate (IFG) magnetopeter is provided by UCLA to measure the magnetic field direction and size; and barometer with certainty from JPL. The sensors have built a bit of confidentiality including "sound slogan". You can read more about the weather station on the NASA website.
To confirm that social media are everywhere, his own Twitter account and works on small self-movements and tidbits about the day. If you want to hear what the laird can hear, you may be happy with NASA telecon recorded in the # 39; video below.
We looked at InSight this year in detail. Before you start planning your next holiday to Elysium Planitia, & # 39; You may want to read this.