InSight was recently granted a two-year extension for its science missions, and will now continue its study of Mars till end of 2022.
The InSight lander launched aboard the Atlas V rocket on 5 May 2018 and reached Mars on 26 November 2018.
The Seismic Experiment for Interior Structure (SEIS) was developed by the French space agency CNES and partners.
Bibliotherapy, a new initiative in the city, is a book club which focuses on reading self-help books to support self-care and mental health.
The Rift S features five separate sensors on the headset and also get a bump in visual output quality.
InSight will put a wind cover over the seismometer next month & set down its second Mars experiment.
InSight generated more electrical power in one day than any other any previous Mars vehicle has.
Engineers plan to fold open & use InSight’s five arms to get cracking on some geology experiments.
NASA will unveil the names of future partners chosen to send astronauts back to the Moon.
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Viewers can watch the live telecast of the event wherein scientists will discuss updates about NASA's InSight spacecraft, at www.nasa.gov/nasalive.
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NASA’s InSight lands safely on Mars after perilous 300 million mile journey and ‘seven minutes of terror’
NASA spacecraft 'InSight' designed to burrow beneath the surface of Mars landed on the red planet Monday after a six-month, 300 million-mile (482 million-kilometer) journey and a perilous, six-minute descent through the rose-hued atmosphere.
People from around the world will be able to watch the event live on NASA Television,
The CubeSats will be the first in deep space, relaying news of InSight’s plunge through Mars' atmosphere.
About 80 live viewing events will take place around the world to watch the InSight landing.
InSight's mission to scope out the insides of Mars is designed to last one Martian, two Earth years.
Episode One lays out the odds of reaching the surface safely — fewer than half of Mars missions make it.
The spacecraft has now covered 277 million km since its launch 107 days ago.
InSight will dig deeper into Mars than ever before — nearly 16 feet, or 5 meters — to take the planet’s temperature.