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InSight Mars mission is ready; land on Monday


InSight set off for Vandenberg Air Force Base. Photo: Pixabay

InSight set off for Vandenberg Air Force Base. Photo: Pixabay


Ships InSight is preparing Mars surface soft On November 26, scientists look after the trajectory of the new NASA mission.

Thomas Zurbuch, Head of the Directorate General of Scientific Missions, at the Headquarters of Washington's National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), said "Getting to Mars is difficult. It takes years of skill, focus and preparation. "

InSight, the first mission to study deep within Martha, began Vandenberg Air Force Base Central America on May 5.

It is calculated that it will reach the top of the Martian atmosphere 19,800 kilometers per hour and reducing speed by touching the "red planet" floor before eight legs of eight kilometers per hour.

That extreme deceleration should occur in less than seven minutes. After the fall of a dangerous March environment, InSight Martian land will be touched on Monday at 8:00 PM GMT, as the US space agency has reported its website in Spanish.

Mars is an exciting shipyard, but scientists continue to grow InSight plots, "said Lori Glaze, CEO of Planetary Science at NASA's headquarters.

He argued that the spacecraft was "placed on the red planet" and that its tools were deployed It will start collecting information the most valuable interior structure of this valuable, which will help to understand the evolution and evolution of all the rocky planets.

** Notimex


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