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 needs dexterity, focus and preparation years.
InSight, the first mission to study the internal depth of Mars, was released on May 5th at the Vandenberg Air Force Base (Californian Central).
The Mars atmosphere reaches a speed of 19,800 kilometers per hour, reducing the speed of eight kilometers per hour, before the age of thirty, the "red planet" it touches the earth
Lori Glaze, director of Planetary Science, at the NASA headquarters, says a spacecraft that has been set up on "the red planet" and that its tools have been deployed, will help to capture useful information in its inner internal structure, to understand the formation and evolution of all the rocky planets. who has.