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Image credit: Lockheed Martin Space

Lockheed Martin Space unfurled the wings of the InSight Mars Lander in this time-lapse video posted Jan. 23. The InSight is intended to observe the geological state on Mars, including tectonic activity and temperature. It is anticipated to launch in May and land in November. More information can be found here.

An engineer attaches a chip to Insight's lander deck. Image credit: Lockheed Martin
this microchip contains the names of 1.6 million people colelcted for a symbolic journey to Mars. Image credit: Lockheed Martin
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