The mission's primary mission is scheduled for two Earth years, or one Mars year - plenty of time to gather data from the Red Planet's surface.
NASA's InSight Mars lander, which touched down on the red planet last week, captured a bassy vibrating rumble deflecting off the lander's 7-foot solar panels. The winds were consistent with the direction of dust devil streaks in the landing area, which was observed from orbit.
"Today we can see the first glimpses of our workspace", said InSight principal investigator Bruce Banerdt.
NASA released the spacecraft InSight, which depicted his robotic arm with a length of nearly two meters. It will identify the various materials on Mars based on the change in sound frequency. This is the Heat Flow and Physical Properties Probe (HP3) that will drill deep into Mars to take the planet's temperature.
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The noise was produced due to the air blowing over the solar panels of the InSight lander as well as the motion of the spacecraft. NASA refers to the craft's task of learning about the planet's seismic waves as "taking the planet's pulse".
The reason for having a seismometer on the lander is to see if earthquakes (which on Mars are called Marsquakes) behave in the same way as they do on earth. The scheduled Mars 2020 Rover will have on board microphones for the goal of recording the sound of the landing.
JPL manages InSight for NASA's Science Mission Directorate.
The lander is also sharing numerous photos on its Twitter account and sharing information about its progress on Mars.
The craft is still moving cautiously as a precaution during the first few weeks on Mars, similar how to people take time to get their bearings when they're in a new place. "The success of these two unique missions is a tribute to the hundreds of talented engineers and scientists who put their genius and labour into making this a great day".