NASA said where to watch the broadcast of the landing of the InSight probe to Mars

NASA scientists are preparing for the first six years, a soft landing of his unit on Mars. Soon traveling across the planet and the sleeping Curiosity Rover Opportunity will join automatic station InSight, and everyone will be able to watch the live broadcast of the landing.

NASA scientists are preparing for the first six years, a soft landing of his unit on Mars. Soon traveling across the planet and the sleeping Curiosity Rover Opportunity will join automatic station InSight, and everyone will be able to watch the live broadcast of the landing.

NASA scientists are preparing for the first six years, a soft landing of his unit on Mars. Soon traveling across the planet and the sleeping Curiosity Rover Opportunity will join automatic station InSight, and everyone will be able to watch the live broadcast of the landing.
How will it be?

Along with the InSight space Agency launched two microsatellite MarCO, which is already closer to Mars. With their help scientists hope to transfer the data from the descent module during landing. However, one should not count on a spectacular show, as it was when you first launch the Falcon Heavy from SpaceX. InSight will show red planet surface and orbital station Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) if they able to photograph the apparatus in the atmosphere, the pictures will go in the Ground very late.

As expected, InSight will enter the atmosphere of Mars on the evening of 26 November. To follow the progress of the mission will be on the NASA TV website, Twitter and Facebook.
What’s special about it?

InSight is a stationary apparatus for examining the interior structure and composition of the red planet. It is equipped with a seismometer and instrument for measuring oscillations of Mars under the Sun. Another tool will allow him to drill a five-meter hole to determine the heat emanating from the inner layers of the Martian crust.

On Board the InSight also has two chips with more than two million names of earthlings.

Source: NASA