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InSight’s Rock-hammer is About Half a Meter Down and has Already Run into Rocks.

5 Mar 2019, 19:19 UTC
InSight’s Rock-hammer is About Half a Meter Down and has Already Run into Rocks.
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By Evan Gough

NASA’s InSight lander is busy deploying its Heat Flow and Physical Properties Package (HP3) into the Martian soil and has encountered some resistance. The German Aerospace Center (DLR), who designed and built the HP3 as part of the InSight mission, has announced that the instrument has hit not one, but two rocks in the sub-surface. …
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