NASA’s Insight Lander lands successfully on Mars

A six-month 300-mile journey to Mars has come to an end for NASA’s InSight Lander and for it’s operators in Pasadena, California who erupted in cheers with the mission’s success.

It is the first Mars landing since NASA’s Curiosity Rover touched down on the red planet in 2012, and the first liftoff to another planet from the West Coast at the Vandenberg Air Force Base near Lompoc.

In wake of the landing on Monday, NASA Solar System Ambassador, John Hoot, hosted an “Evening on

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