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NASA's InSight lander has taken a selfie on Mars. Next, NASA will determine where to place InSight's scientific instruments on the planet's surface.
NASA can hear the ‘haunting’ sound of dust devils tearing across Mars with its new $830 million lander
Instruments on NASA's InSight lander recently heard the sounds of blowing winds and felt tornado-like dust devils tearing across the Martian surface.
NASA's Mars InSight Lander blasted off from Earth over six months ago. On Monday, the robot hit martian soil, set to investigate Mars quakes.
NASA’s new Mars mission just landed — and it could reveal why Earth is habitable but the red planet is not
While online shoppers celebrated Cyber Monday deals, a group of NASA scientists cheered the successful landing of the $830 million InSight Mars probe.
NASA scientists cheered, hugged each other, and performed a nerd-tastic handshake on Monday afternoon after the InSight lander touched down on Mars.
NASA’s InSight lander sent back its first photo of Mars within minutes of touching down — take a look
NASA landed on Mars Monday for the eighth time in the agency's history. Its InSight lander quickly snapped a shot of the red planet.
NASA’s InSight lander may not be as sexy as a Mars rover, but here’s why the mission matters for Earthlings
Learning more about how much Mars wobbles and quakes via the InSight lander could help unlock some Earthly mysteries.
NASA’s InSight probe must survive ‘7 minutes of terror’ to land on Mars. If it does, here are some incredible discoveries the robot ...
NASA's InSight Mars mission will attempt unprecedented science on the red planet, including probing Mars' temperature and listening for Mars quakes.
NASA's InSight lander is scheduled to reach Mars on Monday, concluding its six-month journey to the red planet. Here's how to watch the landing live.
NASA’s $830 million Mars mission is about to land. Here’s a second-by-second timeline of the InSight probe’s treacherous journey to ...
NASA posted a step-by-step timeline of its InSight spacecraft's Mars landing attempt on Monday, November 26. The entire trip should take 14 minutes.