To see the first landing on Mars that has been in six years, prepare yourself, as NASA will broadcast the impressive landing of InSight in Mars' Elysium Planitia on November 26th on their website and television channel.
As Teslarati reports, NASA's InSight landlord first began its journey with the Atlas V rocket that transported it to Mars on May 5, and in just 10 days, the landlord will hit Marsjön at 3 pm EST. Mission Control at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California will not only provide a live video stream of the InSight landing, but they will also give a continuous comment to it.
However, since the NASA InSight Lander does not have a video component, the actual descent will not be captured. But this will all be done by photos of landlord parachute down to Mars, which will be shown during its descent and landing if all goes well.
The InSight name of the NASA Lander has been abbreviated from "Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport," and its work will include seismographic data gathered from the Mars surface to help researchers learn more about the core of mars. With six instruments transported aboard InSight, the landlord artificially creates seismic waves by driving a probe deep into the planet's surface.
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If you're at all concerned that the date of the NASA current of Mars's InSight landing can change, it was not. While the date of rocket launches can be safely changed or delayed due to a variety of problems, whether technically or weather-related, the official date of the InSight farmer's move down on Mars is completely calendered, and although NASA should in some way wishing to change the landing date, this would prove impossible due to the physics involved.
If for some reason you're not happy watching the live video stream, NASA will deliver comfortably on your couch or glued to your computer screen at work. There are a variety of viewing parties that you can attend if you like.
These are all open to beauty and will be held in libraries and scientific premises worldwide and include places like ZEISS Grossplanetarium in Berlin, Germany, Cité des Sciences et de l'industry in Paris, France, Times Square in New York City and Westwood Branch Library in Los Angeles, California. A complete list of all hosts of these viewing parties has been kindly provided by NASA.
No matter what you happen to do on November 26th, do not forget to sue on NASA to watch the historical live streaming video of the InSight landing on Mars.