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NASA will transfer InSights landing on Mars


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It has been a while since we sat in front of the TV to witness a landing on Mars.

Clearly your agenda because NASA said it will broadcast live landing off InSight vehicles on March 26 November through NASA Television, its website, as well Twitter and Facebook.

The last time NASA sent a live landing was six years ago, when the robbery of curiosity execute a dramatic dive to the Mars surface.

InSight was launched on May 5th. It will be the first NASA spacecraft to reach Mars since the arrival of curiosity in 2012. NASA says its mission is to study the "deep interior" of the red planet. The data gathering will "help scientists understand the formation of all rocky worlds, including ours," said the Space Agency.

You can watch the InSight landing broadcast on November 26 at 12:00. Pacific Ocean, 3 p.m. Eastern time.

Watch this:

NASA's InSight will measure the vital signs of Mars


With the cooperation between Suan Pineda.

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