Mars InSight Lander Prepares For 2018 Launch

A key French instrument for NASA’s Mars InSight Lander will be reengineered in a bid to overcome a vacuum leak in time for a May 2018 launch attempt. The instrument is the cornerstone of a mission to characterize subsurface geophysical processes on the red planet. The March 9 NASA announcement ends...

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