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A probe that fights against Mars SBS News


The spaceship that Mars is committed to investigate deep inside the planet will be the first to safely penetrate the soil.

InSight is scheduled to launch earthquake drilling on Wednesday (0700 AEDT Tuesday) on Tuesday, scientists say.

InSight has to offer the best interior look at Mars, using a mechanical mole of a five-meter tunnel measuring internal heat, and quakes, a meteorite striker, a seismometer and a shake-up on the planet.

Scientists have a strange capsule for Mars time Geologically, it is activated in less than twice the Earth and, therefore, preserves a large part of early history.

If successful, the probes will send back information, and scientists will be able to raise more than 4.5 million years of world-wide rocky world of Earth and Moon.

After a great 20-km water lake, they found it under Ice Red Planet this year.

The discovery that causes life-threatening lives on the ground, the European exploration was made in orbit through a radar that penetrates the ground.

For the first time, a large stable body of liquid water has been confirmed in Mars.

Michael Meyer, the Mars scientist at NASA's Mars exploration, said Martian is a cold and dry surface with excessive bombardment of radiation for life's current life.

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