If you want to watch the first landing on Mars that has happened in six years, prepare yourself, because NASA will broadcast an important InSight landing on Planet Elysium Marssium on November 26 on their website and TV channel.
As Teslarati reports, the first NASA InSight predecessor began his journey with the Atlas V rocket which took him to Mars on May 5, and in just 10 days the lander will attack Mars land at 3 pm. EST. Mission Control at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California will not only provide a stream of videos directly from the InSight landing, but they will also provide comments that run on it.
However, because the NASA InSight probe has no video component, the actual decrease will not be captured. But this will all be made with photographs of landers landing on Mars who are reported to be displayed during descent and landing if all goes well.
The InSight name for NASA landers has been shortened from "Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigation, Geodesy, and Heat Transportation," and his work will include seismographic data collected from the surface of Mars to help scientists learn more about the core of Mars. With six instruments carried by the InSight vessel, landers will artificially create seismic waves by weighing probes onto the planet's surface.
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If you are very concerned that the date of NASA's direct streaming of InSight landings on Mars may change, don't. While the rocket launch date can certainly be changed or delayed due to various problems, whether technical or weather related, the official date for the InSight landing to land on Mars with a strong calendar, and even if NASA had to somehow change the landing date, this would prove impossible because physics is involved.
If for some reason you are not satisfied watching live video streaming, NASA will provide comfort comfortably on your couch or stick to your computer monitor at work, there are many parties that you can attend if you want.
All of this is open to the public and will be held in scientific libraries and facilities around the world, and includes places such as the ZEISS Grossplanetarium in Berlin, Germany, the 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 from those who saw this has been well provided by NASA.
Whatever you do on November 26, don't forget to listen to NASA to watch the live stream of historic videos of landing InSight on Mars.