Seismometer Issues Jeopardize NASA’s Mars InSight

Credit: NASA
HOUSTON — NASA has scuttled plans for a March 2016 launch of the multinational Mars InSight lander because of an inability to resolve a small vacuum leak in a key European instrument contribution, the Seismic Experiment for Interior Structure. InSight arrived at its Vandenberg Air Force Base...

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