In seven minutes vertiginous fall surface Mars This will end 26th of November Mission trip seven months InSight NASA from the red planet.
InSight It will reach the top of the Martian atmosphere It will reduce the speed of 19 miles at 800 kilometers and 8 km per hourBefore touching the soil in Martian with three legs. Extreme deceleration is a bit too much less than seven minutes.
Lockheed Martin, the main contractor in the construction of the mission InSight He has produced a video that explains the surface of Mars and the features of Mars's surface complexity for space engineers.
Due to the speed and friction of the Martian atmosphere, thermal shield InSight It can withstand temperatures of 1,500 degrees. Only when they remain three minutes To get the perfect plain of Elysium Planitia, the parachute will openAfter that, the thermal shield will disappear and the new Husband Laboratory will open three legs.
At least one minute before touching the ground, the retro-rockets will slow down the soft landing, 19:54 GMT, 1:54 p.m. Waiting for the Mexico City schedule, it will clarify.
NASA calculates an hour at 20: 1 & # 39; beep & # 39; signal by yourself InSight Let's say that everything is straight out of the Earth and works on Mars's surface.
Before the 20: 04, and the next day, the first image InSight From Mars. The confirmation of spreading solar panels from Orbit will be at 20:35 Mars Odyssey NASA.
The mission of this ship is not to find traces of ancient moisture or biology, or rather as movements such as vehicles, but the analysis of the interior of the Earth has been solved.
"The signing of planetary formation processes can only be detected and investigated under the surface of the evidence. It's a job InSight Analyze the interior depth of Mars, taking the signs of the planet's life: its pulse, temperature and reflections"explains Bruce Banerdt's senior researchers InSightNASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
By taking final signals, the InSight scientific team will remember the moment of the rocky solar system's rocks.