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513 views • June 28, 2022

NASA InSight’s End of Mission: What the Lander’s Data Can Still Teach Us About Mars (Live Q&A)

We have edited this live recording to remove the audio issue that occurred at 1:35. Watch the updated version here: https://youtu.be/q9NptmKlXms NASA’s InSight lander mission has detected more than 1,300 marsquakes since touching down on Mars in 2018, providing information that has allowed scientists to measure the depth and composition of Mars’ crust, mantle, and core. As power on the spacecraft diminishes, the InSight team hopes to maximize the science and increase the possibility of recording additional marsquakes. Join mission team members live from the In-Situ Instrument Laboratory (ISIL) at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory to learn how InSight’s twin model, ForeSight, has assisted the Mars lander’s engineering team throughout its mission and how scientists will continue studying InSight’s data for years to come. For more information on the mission, visit https://mars.nasa.gov/insight/ Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech (Original Air Date: June 28, 2022)
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