Engineers celebrate for the reason that InSight lander touch downs on Mars inside mission support perhaps the space flight operation facility at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory Monday, Nov. 26, 2018, in Pasadena, Calif. (AP Photo/(Al Seib /Los Angeles Times via AP, Pool)
Another NASA spacecraft is on Mars after engineers successfully land it on Monday after seven months in space.
Engineers in the Jet Propulsion Laboratory had a little small window of your time available they nicknamed “seven minutes of terror,” wherein on the list of to slow InSight from 12,000 mph to only five mph.
InSight will continue on Mars permanently to study heat and seismic waves deep under the surface and then we can read more about the Mars’ core.
NASA officials say InSight’s instruments need to be launched and established inside several months.