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    Wednesday, November 28, 2018

    NASA's Mars InSight lander is safely on the Red Planet

    New Delhi, India: As NASA's 'Mars Insight Lander', which landed on Mars on Monday, NASA's Jet Propulsion Loboranti started the period of happiness and congratulations. The Insight of the American Space Agency NASA landed on the planet Mars and also sent the first picture of the red planet i.e. Mars. It is believed that this can give us more information about the Earth.

    NASA's 'Mars Insight Vehicle' has landed after about 7 years of travel. This is the eighth successful landing on Mars in NASA history. Explain that Insight entered at the speed of 19,800 kilometers per hour in the outer environment of Mars, and it was reduced to the speed of 8 kilometers per hour before landing on Mars.

    This is the first attempt to land a spacecraft on the neighboring planets of NASA after 2012. Mars launched on May 5, NASA's first spacecraft to land on Mars after 'Curiosity Rover' in 2012, 'Interior Exploration Using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport' (Insight) Lender 2012. An operator who controls this mission in NASA confirmed the landing of Inside. Earlier, more than 43 efforts to reach Mars with rovers, classrooms, and investigations by space agencies from around the world have failed.

    According to the report, this vehicle is using the seismometer to study the planet's internal synthesis, which will help us to figure out how it was formed and why it is so different from the Earth. On Sunday, NASA Associate Administrator Thomas Zurbusch said that we have never taken Mars lightly. Mars is quite hard. Actually, by 2030, it is important to understand NASA's temperature of 'red planet' to try to send people to Mars.

    It is believed that the two-year mission will begin when the Mars landing on Mars land. In addition, Insight will be the first spacecraft to study the deep internal structure of Mars. This will help the scientists to understand the construction of all the planets made of stone including our own earth.
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