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NASA InSight Dec 11
First ! I’m feeling healthy, energized and whole. This is me on .
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NASA InSight Dec 6
Raise your hand if you’re in this new photo from ! These two tiny chips contain the names of more than 2.4 million people who signed up to fly with me. We’re ON MARS, you guys. You’re all honorary Martians!
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NASA InSight Dec 7
, I hear you and I’m feeling the good vibrations left in the wake of your Martian winds. Take a listen to the I’ve picked up. 🔊 More on
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GlobeMars Community 🔴 12h
Can you believe that this is the surface of Planet , 54 600 000 kilometers from . Let that sink in.🚀 Retweet🔁 and Like❤️
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Space Explorer Mike Dec 7
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NASA InSight Dec 3
I landed on a week ago today. Here’s what I’ve been up to so far: ✅ Snap first images ✅ Open solar panels ✅ Check health status ✅ Power on instruments ✅ Take preliminary science data for calibration Upcoming: 🔲 Extend arm 🔲 Take pics of deck
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Ian Dec 9
I went for a swim, on
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Kevin M. Gill 23h
Meanwhile, over in Gale Crater on , caught a nice sunset on Sol 2255 (December 10)
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Georgia Knight Dec 7
Rover is being rude! Think someone at NASA is having a laugh 😂
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The X-Chiles 20h
NatGeo is the most fascinating (also deeply depressing) show on TV rn—
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Interstellar Way☀️ 45m
The Martian surface near Fram Crater area shown is 3 centimeters across. (NASA/JPL 2004). is composed of iron & silicon, w/ massive quantities of oxygen bound into the soils and bedrock.
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China Plus News 20h
's InSight lander has taken it's first full selfie on . The selfie is made up of 11 images which were taken by its Instrument Deployment Camera, located on the elbow of its robotic arm. Those images are then stitched together into a mosaic.
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Scott Levine 9h
Photos from , like this one from (and of) are amazing. I'm always surprised by how bright and sunny it looks there, even though Mars is about twice as far from the Sun than Earth is. Pics like these are prob edited, but still.
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Bacteria can be used to produce oxygen on .
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Went for a quick trip to Mars and found a swimming pool / DPR +IAN
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Abhilash Karki 8h
Interesting on mission and progress. By the way, I still have this old nano which I use just to listen podcasts and audio books while working out.
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NASA InSight 21h
Before I dig deep into , I’m focused on becoming more aware of my surroundings. That’ll help me place my instruments in the best spot on the surface. Here’s a new mosaic of my workspace, stitched together from 52 photos. More:
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