Listen To a Martian Earthquake.
최초로 화성의 지진을 감지.

Martian Seismology began on April 6, 2019, when the InSight lander on Mars recorded a rumbling from the ground below. 

Click to listen to the first confirmed example of a marsquake.


오디오 파일 다운로드 링크 (Original Sound File):


2019년 4월 6일, 미국항공우주국(NASA)의 인사이트 착륙선(InSight lander)이 화성 내부에서 지진 소리를 감지했다. 이 영상은 화성에서 들리는 바람 소리, 화성 내부의 지진 소리, 인사이트 착륙선의 로봇 팔 소리를 구별해서 제공한다. 


나사(NASA)의 인사이트 착륙선은 작년 11월에 화성의 엘리시움 평원에 착륙하였다. 인사이트 착륙선은 화성 내부를 연구해서 화성이 어떻게 형성되는지 연구하는 것이 주요한 목표이다. 

염범석. Bum-Suk Yeom. 


Image & Video credit: NASA, JPL-Caltech, CNES, IPGP, Imperial College London.




This image shows InSight's domed Wind and Thermal Shield, which covers its seismometer.

지진계를 감싸고 있는 장비의 모습.




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Animated image of InSight Mars lander!

나사의 인사이트 화성 착륙선 인사이트의 애니메이션 이미지!

November 26 ~ 27, 2018.

Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech.

사진 편집/염범석. 

Image processing by Bum-Suk Yeom

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MRO가 2016년 5월 29일과 10월 20일에 스키아파렐리 착륙선(ExoMars Schiaparelli lander)의 착륙 예정지를 촬영한 사진의 비교.
사진에서 밝은 점은 낙하산의 모습이고, 검은 점은 표면에 충돌한 착륙선인 것으로 추정됨.

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The Schiaparelli lander descending to Mars on October 19.


Updates from ESA’s space operations centre as the ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter approaches and enters orbit around the Red Planet, and the Schiaparelli module lands on its surface.

Updates on this page will cover the following expected milestones:

14 October: TGO final trajectory manoeuvre (08:45 GMT)
16 October: Separation of Schiaparelli from TGO at 14:42 GMT / 16:42 CEST 
17 October: TGO orbit-raising manoeuvre at 02:42 GMT / 04:42 CEST
19 October: TGO Mars orbit insertion and Schiaparelli entry, descent and landing on Mars (atmospheric entry expected 14:42 GMT / 16:42 CEST, landing 14:48 GMT / 16:48 CEST)
20 October: Update on Schiaparelli status; descent images expected 
21+ October: Schiaparelli status reports until end of mission
Note: Times shown above are actual event times at Mars; the one-way signal travel time between Earth and Mars is currently just under 10 minutes.

The events of 16, 19 and 20 October will also be livestreamed here, all other events will be reported on this page and via Twitter from @esaoperations, @ESA_ExoMars, @ESA_TGO and @ESA_EDM, and via the hashtag#ExoMars.

Credit: ESA/ATG medialab / NASA/JPL-Caltech/SAM-GSFC/Univ. of Michigan.

On Wednesday, October 19, the ExoMars 2016 entry, descent and landing demonstrator module, named Schiaparelli, will land on Mars in Meridiani Planum not far from the Opportunity rover. The map shows the seven rovers and landers that have reached the surface of Mars and successfully operated there. The background image is a shaded relief map of Mars created using data from NASA’s Mars Global Surveyor spacecraft.

Artist’s impression showing Schiaparelli separating from the Trace Gas Orbiter and heading for Mars. The lander is named for late 19th century Italian astronomer Giovanni Schiaparelli, who created a detailed telescopic map of Mars. The orbiter will sniff out potentially biological gases such as methane in Mars’ atmosphere and track its sources and seasonal variations. Credit: ESA/ATG medialab.

This image illustrates possible ways methane might get into Mars’ atmosphere and also be removed from it: microbes (left) under the surface that release the gas into the atmosphere, weathering of rock (right) and stored methane ice called a clathrate. Ultraviolet light can work on surface materials to produce methane as well as break it apart into other molecules (formaldehyde and methanol) to produce carbon dioxide. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SAM-GSFC/Univ. of Michigan.

This artist’s view shows Schiaparelli, the entry, descent and landing demonstrator module, using its thrusters to make a soft landing on Mars on October 19. Credit: ESA/ATG medialab.

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엑소마스(ExoMars)의 화성 착륙선인 스키아파렐리(Schiaparelli)가 한국 시간으로 10월 19일에 도착할 예정입니다.


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참고용 동영상 링크.

Credit: ESA/ATG medialab / NASA/JPL-Caltech/SAM-GSFC/Univ. of Michigan.

2016:10:17 06:24:04

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Canon | Canon EOS 7D | 1/160sec | F/9.0 | 10.0mm | ISO-400 | 2015:04:30 14:54:42

NASA Begins Testing Mars Lander in Preparation for Next Mission to Red Planet.

나사(NASA)의 차세대 화성 착륙선 인사이트(InSight)의 테스트 시작.

Testing is underway on NASA’s next mission on the journey to Mars, a stationary lander scheduled to launch in March 2016.

The lander is called InSight, an abbreviation for Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport. It is about the size of a car and will be the first mission devoted to understanding the interior structure of the Red Planet. Examining the planet's deep interior could reveal clues about how all rocky planets, including Earth, formed and evolved.

Image caption: Engineers and technicians at Lockheed Martin Space Systems, Denver, run a test of deploying the solar arrays on NASA's InSight lander. Photo taken April 30, 2015.

Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Lockheed Martin.

나사(NASA)의 차세대 화성 착륙선 인사이트(InSight)의 테스트 시작.

2016년 3월에 발사될 예정인 나사의 차세대 화성 착륙선 인사이트(InSight)에 대한 테스트가 시작되었다. 인사이트는 자동차만한 크기의 착륙선으로 화성의 내부 구조를 조사할 계획이다.

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