Dusty Mars Ends NASA’s InSight Lander Mission

InSight Mars lander.

Credit: NASA
HOUSTON—The NASA-led Mars Insight mission has concluded just more than four years after landing on the red planet for a first-ever effort to study Mars’ subsurface geology, the agency announced Dec. 21. The end came following a months-long struggle to clear the spacecraft’s power-generating solar...

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