January 18, 2019

NASA launches InSight spacecraft on mission to peek below the surface of Mars

NASA launches InSight spacecraft on mission to peek below the surface of Mars



NASA launched the InSight spacecraft on a 300-million-mile journey to Mars Saturday to give scientists an unprecedented peek below the surface of the mysterious, barren planet. https://usat.ly/2IfZUSX

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19 Comments

  1. Tes Ste

    but such something goes not explain
    24 hours Sun on Murmansk RU and Barrow, AK, USA
    (to huge angle for one small axis shift 23.4°AND YOU SHALL BE NEEDED MORE AS 40°)
    . also goes not fixing how SUNDIALS remain working with one GLOBE who contain LEAP YEARS
    ~
    it must so fake because it is 100% fake

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