When it comes to filming a robot on another planet, the most important thing is where to put the danger. Behind the upcoming ExoMars mission, researchers consisting of the router and land builder have announced their preferred location on the Red Planet.
After several years of debate, scientists have selected Oxygen Plans as an optimistic site, a meeting at the National Space Center in Leicester, UK. Even if you have to look back later, this place may be the main place in determining if there is a life on Mars.
According to Veronik Deant, a leading researcher at the Lander Radiomania experiment at the Royal Observatory in Belgium in an interview with Gizmodo, "We can fulfill the mission goals and traffic is very good.
ExoMars 2020 will be sent as part of a joint mission between the European Space Agency and Roscosmos, Russia. Robert and the platform consist of means for measuring the planet's pollution and atmosphere, and are distributed only before landing. The main purpose of the mission is to find the depth of marine polluted organic molecules and, possibly, biosignals, the chemical symbols of life.
Taking into account the existence of Mars, where the earth exits the water, it is a long process of gathering the site. This site should be of interest to science, it has moist past points. It should also be on the bottom floor to maximize the volume of the atmosphere, to reduce the load of missiles and parachuting. And it should be in a safe place and sufficient enough for the robot to navigate.
The Oxi Plane is located in the north of the Mars equator. The mud channels are the evidence of the potential water reservoir and potential reservoir of organic molecules.
Selection requires a five-year process initiated by an organized workgroup, and then calls for nominations. The team dropped down to two sites, Oxia Planum and Mawrth Vallis. Although both are fascinating science, Oxi Plans has won a Mawrth Vallis because of several different geology, with a lower level of navigation.
Mission scientists can not determine where to land – instead they make an ellipse, which serves for the components of the unit. Ellipse is relative barrier, divides into one crater at an angle and is about the size of island island. One crater is relatively thin, "says Dastan.
There is more than good landing rather than falling good, of course – shooting must be as planned. In 2016, the guest of ExoMars Schiaparell fell down because of an error on his board computer.
Selecting a landing pad determines which science to run a robot. Oxy Plana from Gale Crater, explains to Gemmo that she is no longer related to the type of scientific discovery she offers, from the old lake belonging to the NASA's Curiosity robot. But he hopes Oxia Planum will be a fruitful place to look for biosynthesis.
Rob's experiments are not just a matter of garbage, but a set of tools to explore the planet's climate and atmosphere. After all, Curiosity's recent findings have found only the organic molecules on the planet, and its strange seasonal changes to atmospheric methane.
Scientists who are interested in the atmosphere of Marsian may be less interested in where the mission is located. They just need an experiment to get the job done.
As part of ExoMars 2016, Francesca Ferri Gizmodo, a leading researcher for research and analysis in the atmosphere of the atmosphere in the atmosphere, reported. – This is the most important thing.[ESA]