InSight

NASA’s InSight Experiences its Most Powerful Marsquake so far: Magnitude 4.2, Lasting 90 Minutes

NASA’s InSight lander has detected one of the most powerful and longest-lasting quakes on the Red Planet since the start…

2 months ago

Volcanoes on Mars Might Still be Active

Back in March, NASA's InSight lander detected two large quakes from a geologically active region of Mars called the Cerberus…

7 months ago

InSight Detects Two Significant Quakes from the Cerberus Fossae Region on Mars

NASA's InSight lander felt the distant rumble of two major 'marsquakes' in March, originating from a region near the Martian…

8 months ago

Finally! Mars InSight’s Mole is Now Underground

It looks like the InSight Lander's Mole instrument is making some progress. After months of perseverance, the team operating the…

2 years ago

InSight Just Put a Windshield Over its Seismometer

NASA's InSight lander arrived on Mars on November 26th, 2018. Since then, it's been busying itself studying its landing spot,…

3 years ago

Of Course You’ll Want to See InSight’s First Selfie.

InSight has been on the Martian surface for almost three weeks, prepping itself for all the science it's going to…

3 years ago

InSight’s Robot Arm is Ready to go to Work

Some new images sent home by the InSight Lander show the robotic arm and the craft's instruments waiting on deck,…

3 years ago

InSight Deploys its Solar Cells, Prepared for Surface Operations on Mars!

The InSight Lander, which had touched down on the Martian surface just hours before, has deployed its solar cells and…

3 years ago

Carnival of Space #558

Welcome to the 558th Carnival of Space! The Carnival is a community of space science and astronomy writers and bloggers,…

4 years ago

NASA’s Insight Lander Spreads Its Solar Wings. It’ll Fly To Mars In May, 2018

NASA's InSight lander will launch in May 2018, NASA has announced. InSight will study the interior structure of Mars to…

4 years ago