A NASA spacecraft has landed on Mars to explore the planet’s interior.
Flight controllers announced that the spacecraft InSight touched down Monday, after a perilous supersonic descent through the red Martian skies.
Confirmation came via radio signals that took more than eight minutes to cross the nearly 100 million miles between Mars and Earth.
It is NASA’s eighth successful Mars landing since the 1976 Vikings. The thee-legged, one-armed InSight will operate from the same spot for the next two years.
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