NASA unsticks its Martian digging probe by whacking it with a shovel.
Mars hums with activity, and NASA’s newest lander is listening.
This 'mole' has been lodged in the Martian soil for months.
InSight rumbles with alien Martian wind.
It can’t move, so it’d might as well take something for a spin.
Except it's multi-million dollar instruments instead of plush toys.
Huge success after a harrowing journey.
InSight will tell us about the planet's interior, but it's got to stick the landing first.
It's caught in a storm that now covers a quarter of the planet, and is still growing.
Go lander go!
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