Including a & # 39; The first tracks from the InSight cruise ship at Nasa on Mars show a smooth and rocky range.
The statues were issued after scientists have been waiting for a long-haired white touch & # 39; The danger of "seven minutes of terror" was going on its & # 39; Red Planet.
By studying and & # 39; mapping within Mars, scientists are hoping to find out why the rocky planets in our solar system came so different and why the land became a center for life.
Moving 301 million miles (548 million kilometers) from Earth, a seven-month long-haul voyage completed when it reached the Red Planet at 7.50pm on Monday.
Nasa's confidence in California began to regret a joy after it revealed that InSight had come safely.
The last seven minutes were especially due to the smithy who traveled on the long Martian atmosphere, Brush some litter slowly.
Project manager Tom Hoffman said the spacecraft was a approaching the bull's eyes, but Nasa still had no final accounts.
He said that it was difficult to tell from the first picture if there were slopes near, but that it seemed to have received the flat "parking area" he hoped.
Due to the distance between Earth and Mars, it took eight minutes to determine, given by a pair of tiny little lines that had been moving InSight through the trip six months, 300 million miles (482 million kilometers).
Not only did the two satellites put out the good news in a short time, they returned to her; First picture of InSight de Mars just four minutes after landing.
The picture was covered with a dirt because the cover cover still had a camera against, but the ground was around the space space; Looking flat and sandy with just one rock that was to be seen – which was a great deal than scientists hoped.
Improved pictures are expected in the days ahead, after the dust cover comes.
Rob Manning, chief engineer of Jet Jet Laboratory Laboratory, has named the successful place to be "unnecessary. This is the hope we hope and think in mind. things work out after you. "
Nasa was born; – in fact, humanity – Mars's eighth successful trip from the Viking lines in 1976, and its first in six years.
Nasa's Curiosity rover, which came into operation in 2012, is still moving Mars.
Secretary Jim Bridenstine, who bought her, said: The first plan he put on ashore into the red planet as the leader of the organization, "What a wonderful day of our country".
Seven hours after recycling, the group said that InSight's global solar panels were open and its; into its batteries.
Over the next two "sols" or Martian 24 hours a day, 39 minutes, flight controllers will also be able to evaluate the health of InSight's inspirational robot engine and its science devices.
Three seismometer instruments are made by the UK on board the specialty vessel, part of a UK-wide £ 4 million space company trying to measure "marsquakes" on its " planet.
Sue Horne, Head of Spanish Research of the Spanish Spanish Society, said: "It's the amazing news that InSight's cattle vessel safely landed on Mars.
"The United States scientists and engineers involved in this purpose have given a number of years of life to build the seismometer on board, and there is always a worrying time at all times.
"We can now look forward to using the instrument and the data that starts to reach its new year, to improve our understanding of how it was created; create a planet ".
The robot is the first survey that will emphasize an internal understanding within Mars, from its foundation to its crust.
A second machine will put five meters into Mars ground, which will measure the temperature; planet, while the third test will be & # 39; confirm how Mars will move on its axis.
InSight is surrounded by 77 miles to destroy the surface by limiting the atmosphere, large-scale and retro rockets. After completing 6-1 / 2 minutes later, he traveled at just 5 miles (8 kmh).
Then, a state inquiry, which was launched from California in May, for 16 minutes to settle the dust on the site was launched; come to an end before sunshine came into a disk form to give power.
The site on the Elysium Planitia area to the north of its center zone is defined as a very good place for the flat, rockless surface.
It is located 373 miles (600 km) from the 2012 Mars rover Curiosity tourist destination, the NASA's final spacecraft to its Red Planet.
The smaller InSight, 880 pounds (360 pg) – its short name for Internal Investigation using Seismic Studies, Geodesy and Heat Transport – a & # 39; celebrating the 21st U.S. who was killed by Martian, which included the deadly attempts of the 1960s. Nearly two dozen Mars trips have been sent from other countries.
The two-yearly mission of £ 633 million aims to show a new light of how the Red Planet has been created and its deep structure, by its core mapping, crab and banner.
In order to achieve this, the confirmation is put in place with a powerful awareness and device to help with data collection.
There are solar panels in the size of ping-pong boards, and a five-foot stitched arm with fittings.
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InSight also has a thermometer called "Mole", which excavates 16 feet down under the Martian surface to bring underground temperature readings.
The landlord is also equipped with wind and heat sensation, which helps to set thermal wings and wind – to protect against damage.
Only 40 per cent of the plans to the planet have been successful and all are managed by the US.
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