It’s been some time since we have sat down in entrance of the TV to watch an excellent ol’ Mars landing.
But clear your calendar, as NASA introduced Tuesday it’ll broadcast its InSight Mars Lander touching down on the Red Planet on Nov. 26, dwell on NASA Television, its website and on Twitter and Facebook.
The final time NASA broadcast a landing was six years in the past, and it made for thrilling viewing: The Curiosity rover had ato the ground.
InSight was launched May 5, and if it is profitable, it will likely be NASA’s first craft to land on Mars because the Curiosity rover in 2012. NASA says its mission is to examine Mars’ “deep interior”, and its knowledge will “help scientists understand the formation of all rocky worlds, including our own.”
Another NASA craft set for Mars is the ExoMars rover, however it has to wait slightly longer,. Its mission: seek for indicators of life.
For the whole lot you want to know on how to watch how InSight goes on Nov. 26, head here.