On Mars for the first time in six years, NASA's mission will land



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On Mars for the first time in six years, NASA's mission will land

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Rover InSight will land on Mars on November 26

For the first time in six years, a new mission will land on Mars. On November 26, NASA's InSight rover will land on the planet.

The InSight Mars Rover from the United States of America's National Aeronautics and Space Administration (November) will land on Mars for the first time in six years. About that on Friday, November 16, CNN reported.

"For the first time in six years, a new mission will land on Mars. On November 26, NASA Mars rover InSight will land on the red planet at 3:00 a.m. (Washington time)," said the report.

It is assumed that the mission with Insight rover will study the inside of the planet Mars.

According to Bill Nye, CEO of the Planetary Society NGO, InSight will drill the red planet earth, and this will allow the world to learn more about the formation of the planet Mars and planet Earth.

He also added that thanks to this mission, people will get more information about the origin of their planet, and why planets Mars and Earth are very similar to each other, but at the same time they have differences.

As expected, NASA will broadcast the landing of the rover directly. It is known that the InSight mission itself was launched on May 5 2018.

Remember that in 2012 the Mars Curiosity landed on Mars, where the Mars Rover Opportunity, which appeared on this planet in 2004, had landed. In summer, the chance of falling into a sandstorm. NASA has not been able to find a missing rover. Previously, Curiosity's rover survived the same elements and showed narcissism against the background of the storm.

It was also reported that the Curiosity rover, which recently had a computer problem, continued the research work.

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