NASA’s Mars InSight Dig Halts Again

Credit: Mars InSight lander: NASA
Once again, the digging by NASA’s Mars InSight lander has come to a stop—and again, puzzling subsurface soil properties seemingly are to blame. Late Oct. 27, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), which oversees the $1 billion, two-year mission to study Martian internal processes, reported the Heat...

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