latest news Digging the soil of Mars, Insight Robot

Digging the soil of Mars, Insight Robot

US Space Research Organization NASA robot 'Insight' successfully landed on Mars on Monday. This robot is the first manned spacecraft to send information to dig into the planet Mars.
Some 'jewelery' hidden in Mars, dug the soil and carry out its scheduled search. NASA's Insect Lander Space Station In the Red Planet, the liquid water stream is still secret, and it will also be seen that this lander of NASA If you see the volcanic eruption is below the surface of Mars, then how terrible it is. You will also see how severe the vibrations of the 'red planet' rock in the rock.
After sending two rovers like 'Oppercity', 'Curiosity', Mars Insight was sent mainly, for digging the soil. To understand and measure the activity of volcanoes inside Mars, by digging the soil. That's what NASA's administrator Jim Bidensteen has said will become the most useful information for the moon and Mars rehabilitating human civilization.
latest news Digging the soil of Mars, Insight Robot

It has been told from NASA that Insight will take power to perform all the activities during its two-year tenure from the Sun. Insight contains solar panels for them. Which are seven feet or 2.2 meters in width each. Since the sun is far away from the Earth, those two solar panels are less likely to be sunlight, but there will be no problem in their work. When you get 600 to 700 watt of solar energy in the cloudless atmosphere, the insertion of solar panels will be met.

Mars is often a dust storm

When the storm got over, the red planet's sky became dark. And it has been for a long time. There is no more rover and landers on the back of the earth. Their signals can not be sent. They can not even send signals.
NASA scientists have said that there is a system in Insight, so that danger can be avoided. Rover, solar panels of the lanterns are inactive due to sunlight. But Insight's Solar PanGuru is active on the day 200 to 300 watts of sunlight.

After landing

After landing, seven months of space in the space of the night, on Monday night on Mars, the feet touched by NASA's Lander Space Station. Inside the 'Eliassium Plenisia' area, Mars's equator borders near the Rover 'Miss Curiosity', which was sent to NASA five years ago. The area that spreads many millions of years before the lava flows out of the red planet's volcano volcanoes As time goes on, the lava stream has become cold, so the lava accumulated area is very flat. Because of not being too big, it's a great deal to choose, NASA's scientists have removed the insight into the area of ​​Mars's equator. In such a way that in the work of Insight Lander, there is no interruption for not being able to cope with any problem. Source: Anand Bazar.




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