If you are struggling with cold winter weather, think about NASA's insider device, which now sends daily weather reports from the Mars surface. On November 26, 2018, the spacecraft collected information on temperature, wind and air pressure, and also sent it back to the ground. The tool offers a gay view of the environment of our neighboring planet.
image provided by NASA / JPL-caltech
The data show that Mars becomes quite cold, "warming up" to -13 ° C and dropping to a cold temperature before – 139 ° F (-95 ° C). Environmental data taken on elysium planitia, near the equator of Mars, meteorological sensors of the insider ship, and then transmitted back to NASA in calibrated mid-hours. If you are interested in past weekly temperature ranges, you can read NASA's Mission Web site and Twitter .
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through the sensor package, called the APSS, the information will provide more weather information throughout the clock than any previous mission on the Martian surface landing records these data at each second of each sol (Martian day) and sends them daily to the ground. The spacecraft is intended to continue this operation for at least the following two earths which has been developed by the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, with partners at the Cornell University and the Astrobiology Center of Spain
project title: inser lander
design and technology: NASA  partners: Cornell University and Center of Astrobiology