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The NASA Mars Orbiter will be working for another ten years



NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, launched in 2006, will continue its work for another ten years. The reason is that there are no plans for other Mars Orbiter that could work like the MRO. as MRO, combining a high level of mapping and telecommunications between Earth and Mars from a very low orbit.

NASA now wants to retrieve the collected rock samples from Mars and it could take another ten years to reduce the fund for other Mars missions. The fund, which is assigned to NASA's robotic Mars exploration program, will be converted to a sample return operation. In 2020, a Traveler Set will be launched to collect core samples from three dozen Marsh pieces. The mobile robot is currently moving on Mars, throwing the samples into a trap position so that the samples can be collected and brought to Earth.

 Mars Orbiter
From NASA / JPL / Corby Garbage [Public domain] via Wikimedia Commons

The Deputy Project Scientist of the MRO mission Leslie Tamppari said that scientists must be good by 2027 and at the same time the space probe needs to be maintained in old and future energy needs of the batteries must be reduced

The MRO was made by the scientist Lockheed Martin, which was launched in early 2006 and the MRO was only produced for five years. The old batteries, navigation system and gyroscope will need to be carefully maintained in the coming years to successfully lead the mission as it worsened to some extent.

The MRO's batteries were charged day and night into the sunlight the night the telephone batteries were used for recharging. Recently, more recharge and frequent recharge of the engine batteries are required, and scientists have stated that MRO should reduce the use of batteries at night.

Groundleaders told them to add "all stellar" navigation devices in March. The orbit adjustment for MRO can also be done as travelers will arrive there in 2018 and 2021. Tampari said that the MRO still has 400 pounds, ie 200 kilograms of rocket fuel, enough to keep the orbiter active in the 2020s. [196592002] The mobile robotic mission to collect rock samples from Mars and back to Earth is more important than any other NASA mission and this project will start in the 2020s.


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