If you would like to watch the first landing on Mars, which took place in six years, prepare yourself as NASA will broadcast an important landing of InSight in Elysium Planitia on Mars on its website and television channel on November 26.
As Teslarati Reports from NASA's Lander InSight first started a Atlas V rocket, which was brought to Mars on May 5th, and in just 10 days, the lander will fall to Martian ground at 3 o'clock. EST. Controlling the mission in California's Drive Engine Laboratory will not only provide a live video stream to InSight landing, but will also comment on it.
Since the NASA InSight landing has no video component, its actual downhill will not be covered. But all this will be possible with parachuting images on Mars, which will be shown during his descent and landing, if everything is good.
The name of InSight for the NASA lander has been shortened from "internal research using seismic research, geodesy and heat transport", and his work will also include seismographic data collected from the surface of Mars to help scientists learn more about the core of Mars. With six instruments on the InSight, the lander will artificially create seismic waves with a boring probe deep into the surface of the planet.
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If you are worried that the date of the NASA live stream can be changed at the InSight landing on Mars, do not be. While rocket launch dates can certainly change or delay due to a number of technical or weather issues, the official date on which the InSight lander touches down on Mars will be firmly calibrated and even if NASA somehow wants to change the date of landing, this proves to be Inability for the physicists involved.
If for some reason you are not happy to watch live streaming, NASA will offer you a comfortable fit on the couch or attach it to a computer monitor at work. There are several viewers that you can visit if you want.
All this is open to the public and will be held in libraries and scientific institutions all over the world and includes places such as the ZEISS Grossplanetarium in Berlin, Germany, the Cité des Sciences et de l'industrie Paris, France, Times Square in New York City and the Westwood Library Library in Los Angeles, California. The entire list of all hosts of these theater parties was like NASA.
Whatever you are doing on November 26, do not forget to contact NASA to view the historic video stream from InSight that landed on Mars.