NASA's InSight Mars lander spotted from orbit, covered in dust

NASA’s InSight Mars lander spotted from orbit, covered in dust

The dust buildup on the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory’s InSight Mars lander is severe enough to see from orbit.

You can see the red Martian regolith covering the lander, which touched down in November 2018, in a high-definition image acquired April 9 from the agency’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.

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