Fall In Love With NASA’S INSIGHT MARS LANDER

NASA’S INSIGHT MARS LANDER,MARS LANDING, WHAT EXACTLY HAPPENED IN MARS LANDING, WHAT IS MARS INSIGHT, ALL ABOUT MARS LANDING

After a 7 month journey it is now real that another rover NASA’S Insight Mars Lander has successfully touched the surface of the MARS and is definitely a big victory for our people due to the fact that as after many successful rover landing and another one on 26th November 2018 we are very near to land actual humans on Mars and is definitely only some years until there will be a first man on Mars too.

After its solar arrays successfully deploy, the lander will probe below the planet’s surface and measure meteor impacts and other seismic activity to learn about Mars’ interior structure.

Now there will be more to learn about the red planet and there could be more and more possibilities, new discoveries, new elements, who knows what else could be there on Mars and there could be living creatures too damn!

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NASA the most capable people and scientists work there to invent ,explore and learn new things definitely every day and they always look forward and learn from mistakes, as talking to an Indian NASA Scientist they told me trust me you don’t know how many times we fail before making anything possible due to the fact that they always test things which make them check out the limits of each and everything whether it is a space rover or any type of material to be used so that we can reach a conclusion that up to what limit that thing could sustain.

Coming back to InSight, Bridenstine (chief of agency) added that everything we learn about Mars, such as whether it has water below its surface, will help humans eventually visit and access resources on the planet. He added that the agency’s current directive is to send humans back to the moon first — that “we need to use the moon as a proving ground to accelerate our path to Mars” — but that “in the meantime, we’re doing missions like InSight to learn as much about Mars as possible.”

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