a NASA's investigation is already on Mars. Shortly after landing successfully on the planet, Insight presented us the first image of Mars, which NASA shared on social network Twitter.
"I wish you were here! After landing on Mars, NASA Insight sent its first photo," the space agency wrote on Twitter.
Image shows aliases plain. According to Rob Manning's statement, maybe even black particles are found, it is probably the dust particles that were detected during the Red Planet lineage. Future images will be clear after removing the dust from the camera.
If you were here! @NASAInight Then send her first photo home #Marslanding: Insight view is a flat, smooth expanse, called Alicium Planieta, but below its workplace, where it will study deeper internal Mars. pic.twitter.com/3EU70jXQJW
NASA (NASA) November 26, 2018
Insight spacecraft will study the interior of Mars for the next two years.
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