NASA formed a wave of anxiety because of the strange findings on the red planet. The attention of scientists was attracted by the unusual smooth shiny Martian rock. Experts had to tear the Rover “Curiosity”.
At that time while the probe was carried out by InSight landing on Mars this week, “Curiosity” safely studied the Red planet. He explored a unique area of gray rock in outcrop Highfield.
It is known that “Curiosity” had been in Highfield before, but NASA scientists wanted to look at four previously discovered stone — including unusual smooth stone that looks like a piece of gold.
Suspect that this stone, called little Colonsay (Little Colonsay), is a meteorite, but NASA scientists can’t see this, unless you do chemical analysis. The ChemCam instrument on the Rover consisting of camera, laser and spectrograph, allows you to split a chemical laboratory on site.
It will be recalled that after landing on Mars 358-pound probe geophysical InSight, which when unfolded has dimensions of 6,1х2х1,4 m., opened a solar panel to produce energy to run the system and operating normally. Fortunately, the mission landing on the red planet was a success.
Overcoming 485 million miles, a NASA probe landed in the volcanic area of the world, the Elysium highlands, which is located near the equator of Mars. “Three-legged” module will remain forever in this place, and will convey useful information to Earth until, until will not be able to function.
We will remind, earlier it was reported that to increase the service life of the spacecraft and will provide extended human missions in deep space, NASA plans to launch a robotic mission fuel for storage and transportation of cryogenic fuel. As the cooler of the cryogenic fluid provides the spacecraft and can extend its life for years.
We will remind, water and the atmosphere: scientists have found a “new Land” fit for life.
As reported Znayu, our Mars: NASA made the fateful decision, the colonization of the red planet is not far off.
Also Znayu wrote, the bill went to the watch: NASA has named the date of the colonization of Mars.
Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.