Adam David — Recently we received the painful news about Neil Armstrong who died at the age of 82. Neil was the first man from United States of America who landed over Moon for the first time with his team mates. Time never stops and continues to destiny; the journey started with Moon is now leading the mankind toward Mars. We have recently heard news that NASA was successful in landing a robot over Mars surface. The moment robot landed over the surface of Mars, happiness and excitement was observed among the NASA members struggling hard for years to land it there.
Technology is improving day by day; computer was one of the big inventions at a time. Nowadays we can see three out of five people using computers in their daily life for different purposes; someone is using it for official work; another one is using it for chit chat and someone out there is developing different sorts of applications to use in daily life. We have seen palm computers becoming popular in nights and now we have palm computers in our hands in different and attractive styles, like in form of Apple iPhone, Samsung Galaxy, and Google Android.
Thousands of mobile applications are developed each day and sent to software testing department for testing and no doubt most of them are useful for daily routine life. In summary, we can surely conclude that since the 21st century has started, we have seen a real improvement in technology – all owing to ever-growing knowledge. We could never think about Mars if we never knew that there was some sort of planet out there. Now in our era, we are able to have information from Mars—something that was hardly possible without Allah’s help.
Robot sent to Mars for collecting information is one of the real proofs of the technology allowing scientists on earth to receive information on daily basis from Mars via highly developed robotic devices.
Now NASA has decided to send another robot towards Mars which will collect information regarding the surface of Mars. It will be helpful for scientists on earth to conclude what is the difference between the surface of earth and that of Mars. The new robot, named as Insight Space Craft, will be sent in 2016, and it will collect more information from Mars. It will cost NASA 425 million dollars to send the robot to Mars without incurring added designing costs.
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Adam David is currently working with a well- known software testing company. He loves to write articles on topics in science and technology.