‘This may be the last image I can send’: Sad message from Mars makes social media cry.
MARS — A sad message from Mars is making social media users cry back here on planet Earth.
A statement from NASA’s InSight lander posted on Dec.
19 reads, “My power’s really low, so this may be the last image I can send.”
The lander has been on a mission to the Red Planet to study its deep interior.
However, the build-up of dust on its solar panels is causing the probe to slowly lose power.
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InSight’s message continued, “Don’t worry about me though: my time here has been both productive and serene.
If I can keep talking to my mission team, I will – but I’ll be signing off here soon.
Thanks for staying with me.”
Twitter user Scott Turek’s comment “Why am I crying over a robot?” was answered by user Mx.
Bluets with “Maybe because they’re made from and carry with them the hopes & dreams of humanity, our curiosity and wonder?
Foreign This may be the last image I can send Sad message from Mars makes social media Cry Mars a sad message from Mars is Making social media users cry back here On planet Earth a statement from NASA's Insight Lander posted on December 19th Reads my power is really low so this may Be the last image I can send the Lander Has been on a mission to the red planet To study its deep interior however the Buildup of dust on its solar panels is Causing the probe to slowly lose power To stay up to date with latest top Stories make sure to subscribe to this YouTube channel by clicking the button Above this video insights message Continued don't worry about me though my Time here has been both productive and Serene if I can keep talking to my Mission team I will but I'll be signing Off here soon thanks for staying with me Twitter user Scott toorex comment why am I crying over a robot was answered by User MX Blue it's with maybe because They're made from and carry with them The hopes and dreams of humanity our Curiosity and wonder this makes them Avatars of some of our best collector of Qualities I'm crying too and my Gratitude to the humans who make these Missions possible is endless elsewhere Emma Hayes posted even if it's only a Robot it's an honorary member of
Humanity I would argue that it's Symbolic of humanity itself while Another Twitter user added it's okay to Mourn the loss of an entity Insight Short for interior exploration using Seismic investigations geodesy and heat Transport is a Mars Lander designed to Give the red planet its first thorough Checkup since it Formed 4.5 billion Years ago launched in May of 2018 it is The first outer space robotic Explorer To study in depth the Inner Space of Mars its crust mantle and core in Perhaps one of its final acts of space Exploration insight has been tracking Marsquakes in a region called Elysium Planitia that study may have revealed Ongoing volcanic activity on the Supposedly Dead Planet Foreign