NASA employees erupted in cheers and dance moves after NASA’s InSight probe successfully touched down in Mars. The space agency’s InSight mission survived its fiery plunge through the Red Planet’s thin atmosphere just before 3 p.m. Eastern time, deploying a supersonic parachute and firing retro-rockets to touch down softly on a flat plain near the Martian equator.
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