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Breezes could help lander on Mars

A new study suggests that wind is possible on Mars. The researchers demonstrated a small, lightweight wind turbine under simulated Mars atmosphere conditions in the Aarhus Wind Tunnel Simulator II at Aarhus University in Denmark was held in the fall of 2010. The study team reported on folgefunde and a strong message from home in a lecture presented at the …

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NASA's InSight Lander launches the thrusters for the first time

Nearly seven years have passed for NASA without landing anything on Mars. This will change soon after the recently launched InSIght Lander approaches the Red Planet. 3 photos Currently on the move Englisch: www.dlr.de/en/DesktopDefault.aspx/t…mage.1.3576/ The target is the lander, well wrapped up in the protective cover he was shot into space for the past two weeks, the only thing InsIght …

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What it was like to watch NASA's next Mars lander in space

Our viewpoint to see the launch is called "Gravel Pit" – and lives up to its name. The area is essentially a large area of ​​rocks and dirt on the side of a small cliff. It is touted as the best place to watch the rocket launch. That is, when the fog subsides. I am somewhere deep in Vandenberg Air …

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After the foggy departure, it is clear that we are sailing to Mars for InSight Lander – Spaceflight Now

A layer of fog at Vandenberg Air Force Base prevented nearby observers from seeing the launch of NASA's InSight mission to Mars, but more distant points had clear skies. In this long exposure photo taken in Ventura, California. Credit: William G. Hartenstein A Fiery Ascent into a Foggy Sky Saturdays over the California Central Coast, a United Launch Alliance Atlas …

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NASA Mars lander launches with probe Red Planet's Deep Interior

VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, California – NASA's newest Mars explorer is on its way to the Red Planet. The agency's InSight Mars lander today lifted (5 May) on a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket from a pad here at 7:05 am EDT (1 055 GMT, 4:05 am California time) and disappeared into the thick dawn Fog Later InSight is …

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NASA's InSight Mars lander almost did not happen. Here's how it was saved.

NASA's next Mars mission almost did not happen. A slow leak in the vacuum vessel surrounding the InSight Mars Lander Seismometer – launched earlier than Saturday (May 5) – forced the mission leaders to cancel their planned launch more than two years ago in March 2016 the solution to the problem brought InSight well beyond the budget. InSight will investigate …

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