en-InSight discover the interior of Mars
The spacecraft InSight has sent information about the interior of the planet Mars! The InSight spacecraft was sent to Mars by NASA in 2018 and so far has been studying the rocks on Mars, mainly its surface, but now it has discovered the interior of the planet!
So far, only three works of the seismograph have been revealed, but of course there are many more. What this robot confirmed was that the interior of Mars is melted! According to the data he brought to NASA, he suggested that it has a molten interior! As you know, our Earth has a solid center core, and the outer core is not solid, the fact that this has been confirmed about Mars, Mars may be different from Earth, but researchers are still doing to see if it's different from Earth or not. So far for the three papers currently published, this robot has provided approx. 34-35 earthquakes with magnitude between 3 and 4. How can this robot "hear" what is happening inside the planet? Simple, InSight, hears the vibrations, as well as the waves coming from inside the planet, quite differently, depending on which layers they pass, so it detects how thick something is or where it is heard and much more.
Researchers and scientists believe they could understand the shape of terrestrial planets, including Earth, if they study these phenomena on Mars. And as you know, all terrestrial planets have three states, and these three published works are one for each layer: core, mantle, crust. So far, approx. the thickness of the three starts. It's hard to say about the manatee, but it would be approx. at 1555 km., but we know that the core of Mars has approx. 1832 km. radius and follows the crust. It was discovered that there are also substrates on Mars, the substrates are layers approx. as solid as the earth's crust, but they are under the crust, it would have the latest data: if it had two layers, it would be 20 km. thick and deep. If it had three layers, it would be somewhere at 36 km.. One of the Swiss researchers put: "This study is a unique chance in life" - Simon Stähler from the Swiss research university ETH Zurich, the lead author for the base paper.
So we wish success to researchers and scientists and NASA, to find out as much as possible about these things!
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