Constant relief in my workflow. It was busy for a few days now, a new image on Mars without the lens cap of the camera. Plus, a new look from my robotic camera. Read: https://t.co/5qCjNVZaRs
– NASAInSight (@NASAInSight) December 1, 2018
Fortunately, while the ice is inclined at an angle of 4 degrees inside the crater, it is designed to operate at an angle of 15 degrees. Even more can prevent panels from being opened, and they are needed to generate enough energy during their two-year mission to overcome all instruments, even when dust and dirt that fly around Mars begin to cover.
Next? Raising stains to deploy its underground heat probe probe. As project manager Tom Hoffman says, "there are no places to land or run on Mars, so we are coming down to an area that is basically a large sand without large rocks, it should facilitate the deployment of the instruments and provide a great place for our mall to start burying. "