1. One last gasp for Insight lander on Mars before dust kills the quake whisperer  India Today
  2. NASA InSight Mars lander to continue science work even as it nears end of life  The Indian Express
  3. New Life: NASA's InSight Mars Lander Gets a Few Extra Weeks of Science Operations  SciTechDaily
  4. NASA's Mars InSight lander will risk earlier shut down to squeeze out a little more science  Space.com
  5. NASA's Dust-Choked InSight Lander Likely Won't Make It to the End of the Year  Gizmodo
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The InSight lander, which has helped scientists measure the depth and composition of Mars’ crust, mantle, and core, is set to make one last push before it bids goodbye.The InSight lander, which has helped scientists measure the depth and composition of Mars’ crust, mantle, and core, is set to make one last push before it bids goodbye.

One last gasp for Insight lander on Mars before dust kills the quake whisperer - SCIENCE News

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NASA's InSight mission is working to squeeze out all the science it can on Mars as power runs out.The seismometer might keep working through September.

NASA's Mars InSight lander will squeeze out a little more science | Space

Space boffins: Nevermind ekeing out the battery, let it go out in a blaze of glory!

NASA to burn through last of InSight's power in the name of • The Register

The Mars probe will continue scientific operations until late August at least, NASA said.The Mars probe will continue scientific operations until late August at least, NASA said.

NASA's Dust-Choked InSight Lander Likely Won't Make It to the End of the Year

Science fast. Die young.Science fast. Die young.

NASA Mars Lander Will Sacrifice Longevity for Science - CNET

NASA has decided to extend the science mission of its InSight lander on Mars, operating its seismometer instrument longer than previously planned, according to a release of the agency.

NASA extends InSight lander's mission on Mars

InSight Mars lander will get a few more weeks of scientific operations.InSight Mars lander will get a few more weeks of scientific operations.

NASA's InSight Lander To Gather More Scientific Data Before Retiring

NASA scientists are risking the InSight Mars Lander's condition to gather more data on the Red Planet in the upcoming months.NASA scientists are risking the InSight Mars Lander's condition to gather more data on the Red Planet in the upcoming months.

NASA InSight Mars Lander Could Likely Terminate its Operations in Late 2022 | Tech Times

Read more about NASA’s dust-covered InSight Mars lander will keep its seismometer going as the spacecraft nears death on DevdiscourseRead more about NASA’s dust-covered InSight Mars lander will keep its seismometer going as the spacecraft nears death on Devdiscourse

NASA’s dust-covered InSight Mars lander will keep its seismometer going as the spacecraft nears death | Science-Environment

The mission’s team has chosen to operate its seismometer longer than previously planned, although the lander will run out of power sooner as a result.The mission’s team has chosen to operate its seismometer longer than previously planned, although the lander will run out of power sooner as a result.

NASA’s InSight Gets a Few Extra Weeks of Mars Science

Final selfie for InSight: NASA's Mars Insight lander captured this last selfie on April 24, 2022, which is 1211 Mars, or Sol. The probe is covered in muchFinal selfie for InSight: NASA's Mars Insight lander captured this last selfie on April 24, 2022, which is 1211 Mars, or Sol. The probe is covered in much

NASA's Insight Gets a Few Extra Weeks of Mars Science - NASA's Insight Mars Probe

Despite its solar panels becoming caked in Martian dust, NASA has decided to override InSight's "Safe Mode" to keep collecting data. Despite its solar panels becoming caked in Martian dust, NASA has decided to override InSight's "Safe Mode" to keep collecting data.

NASA extends InSight mission to break new ground on Mars

The mission's team has chosen to operate its seismometer longer than previously planned, although the lander will run out of power sooner as a result.

NASA's InSight gets a few extra weeks of Mars science