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NASA's InSight Lander Takes Its First Selfie From The Surface of Mars

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It took NASA’s lander InSight six months to touched down on Mars, but November 26th it was successful Ever since, it’s been capturing photos and sounds on Mars. The Huffington Post say spacecraft used a camera on its robotic arm to create a mosaic made up of 11 images. NASA published the photos on their website.

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