When did the Phoenix Lander land?

Answer The Phoenix Lander launched on August 4, 2007, when it began its 422-million-mile trip to Mars from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida. The Phoenix Lander landed on Mars on May 25, 2008, at ... Read More »

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On what day did the Phoenix Lander land?

NASA's Phoenix Lander first landed on Mars on May, 25, 2008. The stationary lander was sent to Mars to search for buried water (in the form of ice) with a robotic arm mounted with a scoop, a wet ch... Read More »

When did the pheonix lander land?

According to the British newspaper "Telegraph," the Phoenix Mars Lander arrived in the northern plains of Mars at 12:53 a.m. on May 26, 2008. In order to accomplish this feat, "National Geographic ... Read More »

What chemical was used as fuel for the rocket engine in the lunar lander?

The Apollo lunar lander used a combination of two chemicals for fuel: 50 percent unsymmetrical dimethyl hydrazine (UMDH, chemical formula CH₃NNHâ‚‚) and 50 percent hydrazine (chemical formula Nâ‚... Read More »

Where is Nasa Oddessy lander aborted mission module?

Like everywhere else on the surface of the Earth, the force of gravity is 9.8 Nkg-1. The astronauts on the Shuttle lift-off experience a gravitational-pull "G-Force" of not more than 3-g's (accele... Read More »