LITTLETON, Colorado – NASA’s next Mars lander is on track to meet its March 2016 launch date, as Lockheed Martin technicians here put the finishing touches on the Interior exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport (InSight) spacecraft. A close variant of NASA’s Mars Phoenix, which landed in the planet’s north-polar region on May 25, 2008, InSight is a Discovery-class mission designed to study the deep interior of Mars with a French ...

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