Tuesday , June 22 2021

The mere success of decades after the space cemetery begins



Over 482 million kilometers of space, after more than six months, the NASA's $ 933 million InSight probes have been launched safely in the morning.

Landlords, aircraft drivers and anxious engineers stepped silently into peanut vessels, a few years ago according to the luck tradition of the NASA.

According to the rough and dusty environment surrounding the InSight hub, the communications to the California-based space station were cut in seven minutes, called the "seven-minute horror."

However, it seemed to them that peanuts worked magic, as successful landing, it was confirmed on Tuesday as the 7th, the space agency's flight controllers and engineers kept applauding and applauding.

Twitter exploded with a scene from the NASA staff, wearing brown shirts, hugs and pangs of one another, when InSight arrived, safe and sound.

The small process will open to the planet to evaluate its mineral components.

This expedition has been landing the Planet Plans for six years since the arrival of the 2012 Patron Vehicle.

Now, the real work of NASA begins, with the smallest device sending the first message of many earlier photos in the morning.

The former head of the mission, Dr. Sue Smrekar, said that successful landing is "smooth and easy" as a cake. "

But the landing of the zombie spent decades of fake initials and empty missions serve as explorers to explore Mars.

According to Dr. Smrekar, less than half of the Mars missions have been successful.

The journey to bring green to the extraterrestrial planet, and more recently, the ability to host human race, have been disaster.

Here are some dead robots in the last two decades in the Mars space column:

2016:

Name – Module Schiaparelli (Europe)

Result – Explosion

AUD $ 360 million of experimental plant, called the Schiaparelli module, is supposed to explode before Mars.

The spacecraft was designed and launched by the European Space Agency, which resulted in a blue crater on the surface of the planet.

Photographs by NASA revealed that the disaster left the black-bottomed Marsen spot at a depth of 50 cm and a width of 2.4 meters.

2011:

Name – Yinghuo-1 (China) and Phobos-Grunt (Russia)

Result – Equipment failure

Two space exploration orbitors, Chinese Yinghuo-1 and Russian Phobos-Grunt, were launched in Kazakhstan in November 2011.

The weight of 150 kg, Yinghuo-1, was sent to orb for Mars for two years to gather information about the planet's atmosphere and surface.

AUD $ 89 million The mission of Fobos-Grunt was the Mars moon, visiting Phobos, and land samples.

However, to start, both Yinghuo-1 and Phobos-Grunt did not need to burn the Earth's burns.

Both orbiters re-entered the Earth's atmosphere the following year and disbanded it over the Pacific Ocean.

2003:

Name – Beagle 2 (United Kingdom)

Result – Unknown

The fate of Beagle 2 remains the mystery today, but it is assumed that the spacecraft is in the cemetery of the Planetary War missions.

The landing of the Mars was developed by the British in a joint European mission to look for signs of past life in the planet.

The project was around $ 124 million AUD.

While moving to the Earth, he did not have contact in the landing time program.

Beagle 2 was rotten and declared a mission that the European Space Agency missed the following year.

1999:

Name – Deep Space 2 and Mars Polar Lander (USA)

Result – Lost contact

At the end of the 90s, space was a destructive exploration time, registered with just four missions under two years.

NASA's Deep Space 2 probes were sent to Mars in January 1999, consisting of two "Scott" and "Amundsen" small tests.

The mini-probes were to be released from Mars Polar Lander and safely reach without the help of a parachute.

However, efforts by NASA aircraft controllers to respond to emergency and polls were not answered and the mission was nominated for the next year.

1998:

Name – Mars Climate Orbiter (USA)

Result – The wicked burned in the ground in space

This 338 kg orbit was opened in December 1998 to Cape Canaveral in 1998.

The mission, AUD $ 450 million, explored surface changes and the atmosphere of Mars.

As a result of a calculation that happened on the Earth, Mars ships approached too quickly and eventually came to an end.

Scientists later explained that Mars's orbital climate was close to the red planet and burned in the atmosphere.

1998:

Name – Nozomi (Japan)

Result – Without fuel, the electric void

In July 1998, the Nozomi nuclear space was launched at the Japanese Uchinoura Space Center.

It was advisable to study the painted winds of the sun to prepare for future missions and obtain images of this planet.

& # 39; Nozomi & # 39; From the Japanese to 'hope' & # 39; it returns

Ironically, the orbit was left to obtain more fuel, leaving some plans slow down the tank without leaving enough gas, with Marte safely.

The failure of the electrical system also means that Nozomi Martian has never been in orbit.

1996:

Name – Mars 96 (Russia)

Result – Launch failure

Sometimes it's hard to get out of the way. Mars 96 spacecraft, Mars was definitely the goal.

Russian engineers in the Armed Forces of the United States thought they were making mistakes in the past attempts to reach Mars, but they did not do so.

The probe launched in Kazakhstan, but did not launch the proper streams to boost Mars.

Artisans re-entered the Earth's atmosphere and broke it using 320 kilometers of waste from Chile, Bolivia and the Pacific Ocean.


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