NASA Mars InSight Lander will soon begin studying Marsquakes


The hope is that, somehow, InSight recognizes marsquake. The last seismometer of the Earth was not planned according to the plan, since 1976, during the NASA Viking Fifties. One seismometer seismometer landed on landing, and the second one was higher than the wind. Scientists have learned the dynamics of the wind on the Red Planet, which is an interesting field – but nothing about loops.

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Mars's existence means that the planet is active. Active Planet is a much better chance of life, because life is deteriorating dynamic environment. The interior of the planets is distinguished, as the time of arrival of different types of seismic waves will support scientists who study the core, mantle and cortex composition.

But even if the marble does not appear, JPL's Gary Glazz said that InSight continues to have important information about the interior of Mars.

"We have other tools," said Glasma, the NASA's planetary science department's current director. "We, of course, have to learn the heat out of the mantle, and we still can measure the size of the core," he added. Basic measurements will be conducted through radio frequency experiments. Antenna on earth will study InSight's weak signal to see how many planets are wobbles under its orbit. These wobbles will get the size of the core.

This work is important for how the planets and rocky worlds are created. Although we have a lot of data on Earth and we have several seismic measurements on the Moon, we do not have much information about the world that is in between these measures. So it's a great place for Mars. This is relatively close to the Earth and its environment is favorable to the surfaces of the science (in contrast, the term heel, its ovens-like temperature and crushing atmospheric pressure).

Related to the sending of Mars on the earth

InSight landing site is Elysium Planitia, a quiet zone that will be very flat and, investigators hope, is not too rocky to set up a seismometer. The route landing will be dangerous, and NASA hopes to maintain its successful supplies of Mars missions that have continued since 2001.

Even InSight planned landing, both NASA and Europe have ambitious Mars missions scheduled in the 2020s. Each agency will send you a way to Mars to find out the signs of vibration, the past, the chances and the curiosity of the past. The NASA Mars 2020 route preserves the most promising patterns for the return of the Earth's final design.