NASA created history, sent Robotics Insight Lander on Mars, the first photo sent
Insite will send information like the Seismic waves and Heat from Mars to Earth on a two-year mission. On this mission, such devices have been sent to collect information such as the temperature of the planet. Since 1976, NASA has attempted to reach Mars for the ninth time.
Human efforts to know and understand the other planets have got a new dimension. NASA’s space shuttle successful landing on Mars, after which it is expected that there will be a lot to learn about this planet. NASA’s spacecraft, which was designed to dig the surface of Mars, landed on the red planet on Monday after completing 482 million kilometers of the journey in six months. According to NASA, the ship named Insite landed on Mars after slowing down with the help of a parachute and breaking engine.
The Flight Controller at the NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, located in California, USA, woke up happily when he called “Touchdown Confirmed!” That is, the message was successful. They announced that the Insite Lander’s landing took place on Monday. Those six minutes for this aircraft were extremely frightening when it was going down in supersonic speed from Mars’s sky.
Information about its secure landing, through radio signals, took the distance of 100 million miles (160 million kilometers) from Earth to deliver messages, radio signals took eight minutes. In the month of May, a mini satellite was sent along with the Insight, which gave information about leaving the supersonic speed of Spacecraft at the exact same time as it was going down from the red sky.
The satellite also took a picture immediately from the surface of Mars. In a tweet, NASA wrote, “Wish you were here! @NASAInSight has sent home the first photo after #MarsLanding.” NASA further wrote that the incarnate is flat on the place which is called the Elysium Planitia but it will work under the surface where it will study the deep surface of Mars.
📸 Wish you were here! @NASAInSight sent home its first photo after #MarsLanding:— NASA (@NASA) November 26, 2018
InSight’s view is a flat, smooth expanse called Elysium Planitia, but its workspace is below the surface, where it will study Mars’ deep interior. pic.twitter.com/3EU70jXQJw
Let us know that Insite will send information like Seismic Waves and Heat from Mars to Mars on a two-year mission. On this mission, such devices have been sent to collect information such as the temperature of the planet. Since 1976, NASA has attempted to reach Mars for the ninth time. Everyone else has succeeded except the previous US effort. Last NASA’s space shuttle had landed on Mars in 2012 with Curiosity Rover.
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