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InSight Mars Lander is in “Turmoil” and has gone into the Emergency Hibernation Mode – Test & Measurement – Test & Measurement

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The Mars lander worth $800 million is experiencing energy turmoil. InSight, which landed in Elysium Planitia plain on Mars in the year 2018, has observed over 500 Mars quakes, felt over 10,000 dust devils fly by, and begun measuring the planet’s centre. However, InSight has been struggling for its survival for the last few months since the red planet’s erratic weather has threatened to suffocate the robot.  Unlike other places where NASA has sent landers and rovers, such as the landing site for…

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