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NASA will transfer the landing of InSight to Mars


NASA / JPL-Caltech

It's been a while since we sat in front of the television to witness the landing on Mars.

So, clear your agenda because NASA said it would broadcast live landings InSight vehicle on March 26, via NASA Television, on its website, as well Твиттер and Facebook.

The last time NASA broadcasts live landing six years ago, when the Curiosity rover made a dramatic dive to the surface of Mars.

InSight was launched on May 5th. It will be the first NASA spacecraft to arrive at Mars since the arrival of Curiosity in 2012. NASA says its mission is to study the "deep inside" of the Red Planet. The data they collect will "help scientists understand the formation of all rocky worlds, including ours," the space agency said.

On November 26th, at 12 o'clock, you can follow the InSight Inhabit Landing Show. Pacific Time, 3 p.m. Eastern weather.

Look at this:

NASA InSight will measure vital signs of Mars


With the cooperation of Suan Pineda.

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