The ship will place seismographs on the satellite to analyze the "cavities" of this planet.
The tools that allow missions to be drilled on the surface have never been reached and thus measure the seismic movements of the red planet.
- InSight mission Mars land: why is it difficult to reach the planet?
In order to achieve the goal, however, InSight had to overcome a difficult test, where many missions failed: Mars emergence.
Almost two thirds of the previous sessions last year ended.
The operation was tricky, reducing the speed of the ship to 19.800 kilometers per hour and 8 minutes per hour of 7 kilometers, when entering and landing the atmosphere.
The operation was watched carefully and with hope in the NASA's Reaction Propulsion Laboratory in California, and thereafter monitored.
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