InSight Mission To Lift Veil On Martian Interior

Credit: Mars: NASA
HOUSTON—Mars seldom offers second chances. NASA and its European collaborators, however, appear to have scored one nearly three years ago, with a timely halt to efforts to launch the Mars InSight lander in March 2016. The decision was made to address a vexing vacuum leak in a primary instrument, the...

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