The spacecraft closing in on the moon would be the first to touch down on the side that always faces away from Earth.
NASA's InSight lander, which touched down on the Red Planet late last month, placed its seismometer suite onto the red dirt yesterday (Dec. 19).
NASA’s InSight lander isn’t camera-shy. The spacecraft used a camera on its robotic arm to take its first selfie — a mosaic made up of
Last night's 10 minutes of terror as the InSight Mars Lander descended to the Martian surface at 12,300 MPH were a nail-biter for sure, but
NASA's InSight lander has completed a mission that saw it land on the surface of Mars on Monday afternoon.