NASA's InSight lander to study interior of Mars
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Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) said the InSight lander was on target to touch down on Mars on Monday November 26th to study - for the first time - the interior of the Red Planet. Monday's landing will all come down to a hair-raising six-and-a-half-minute descent from outer space to the rocky surface with the vehicle slowing down from 12,000 miles