Thursday , June 24 2021

NASA's InSight Lander released its first photo from Mars



After a 30-year trip with more than 30 million kilometers, NASA landed InSight on the surface of Mars to explore the interior of the red planet. InSight also gets the first light photo on the ground and sends it a 1 megapixel self-assessment.

The Photo InSight Tool Implementation Camera (IDC) was a receiver, which is found in the plot arm robot. In the background is Elysium Planitia, a large plain that is on the planet's equator.


The first InSight not clear Mart's picture shows a dusty splash of transparent dust on the camera.

After joining the photo, InSight's NASA Odyssey core is currently undergoing Marsen and is transmitted to NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory at Pasadena, NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California.

In the coming days, InSight's robotic weapon camera will be photographed on the ground to decide on scientists to determine where territory's scientific instruments can be placed in a two-year mission.


Image Credits: NASA / JPL-Caltech Photos


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