VIVA – NASA, apparently, is preparing a landing mission to Mars to investigate many things, including the earthquake that occurred on the Red Planet (Marcus).
Page subway proclaiming November 14, 2018, a robotic aircraft launched by the US Space Agency will be dug up at the top of the planet Mars, where earthquakes are predicted to occur.
Interestingly, NASA plans to broadcast it directly (living) On November 26th, which was also given the InSight Probe landing on the Red Planet. InSight probe is an aircraft used to carry out a mission.
Live broadcasts will not be sent by astronauts from Mars, but based on data and events that are reflected in the control of the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), so that we see how scientists and engineers are doing their job in real time.
In the second JPL post, they are actually planning to show streaming in two ways. First, broadcasting living It is transmitted to NASA TV channels, with expert comments.
Illustration of InSight probes (photo: NASA JPL)
Secondly, by using the method called NASA's "continuous bait", clear from the JPL mission control, just presenting audio. " That is, we can hear engineers and controllers talking to each other without a commentator who says action.
Scientists say they want to examine many of the things that happened on Mars in an attempt to uncover the secrets of ancient history. "The knowledge we want to do with this mission is really an understanding of the early solar system," said Bruce Banerdt, chief researcher of the InSight team.
But there are speculations on the Internet so that the InSight probe could be dropped where alien aliens claim to have seen the UFO pale and the "space city" called Elisium Planitia. Unfortunately, it was not explained who this alien hunter was thinking.
On its journey, the InSight-equipped solar powered power will spend a year exploring the interior of Mars to find indicators of how Mars and other rocky planets formed.
Impressions living Mars landings can be monitored on social media channels and official NASA channels. Live Schedule is also available at jpl.nasa.gov. Start the conference on November 21, until the peak of November 26, when the landing is expected at 3:00 EST.