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Gegli news - Mars InSight of NASA lander snaps its first selfie from the Red Planet - 12/13/2018 6:29:25 PM 6:29:25 PM 

The spacecraft also opened a portable mosaic of the Martian landscape.

 NASA's InSight spacecraft is currently parked on Mars and uses the planet to spend the next two years.

But first, selfishness.
On December 6, the copter used 800 pounds of its six-foot robotic arm and uses its camera for the first time from what is probably a collection of its portraits. This photo is a mosaic with 11 separate images - the InSight solar panel and its deck with scientific tools.
This photo also reveals the dirty red dirt of a new landing land, a vast plain near the equator of Mars known as Elysium Planitia.
InSight also released 52 photos of its immediate environment, used to create a mosaic from a 4x7-feet-wide surface directly on the side of the earthquake. This area is extremely unstable, but is located in different places.
Unlike Curiosity and other NASA Mars on Mars, InSight is not mobile. Instead, the sting is getting stuck in the Elysium Planitia, which is very precise and the mission's scientists called it "the largest parking lot on Mars."
"The closeness of caves to rocks, hills and holes means that it is very safe for our tools," said Bruce Banhard, a senior analyst at InSight's NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, CA, in a written statement. "If it was not on Mars, it might seem a very simple piece of polar, but we're glad to see it."
InSight is about 340 miles of curiosity, which has been stopped to destroy several autonomous ones that run along the surface of Mars. Curiosity landed on Mars in August 2012, and has since been known as a Gil Tarbi site.
An InSight mission of $ 800 million meets the mission of measuring the frequency and size of the Marlelles, and examines the heat from the depths of the Red Planet to its surface.
As InSight is engaging on November 26, NASA engineers have predicted the power of predicting and testing each ground instrument to be directly on the planet's surface. This process is expected to take two to three months.

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