In common people, it is likely that the most shocking aspect of the daily weather report is that the temperature is regularly dropped below 130 degrees Fahrenheit and rarely goes above 15 degrees Fahrenheit. You may also notice that it is rather windy – the latest wind speed recorded at 37.8 mph. And atmospheric pressure, usually somewhere around 700 Pascals, is lower than Earth, where the average level of pressure on the sea atmosphere is over 1
The InSight sensors package called the Auxiliary Payload Subsystem (APSS), was used "to see & # 39; noise & # 39; s sources that could influence reading from the lander's seismometer." APSS includes a magnetometer – the first placed over another planet – to take changes in the local magnetic field, but extreme temperature swings of the planet, high wind and low atmospheric pressure may all mask "marsquakes . " And what NASA really wants to know is if there is a seismic activity, which can tell us more about how Earth was formed. As the agency emphasizes these, it cites why some of us are not sharing EarthLink data.