It had large teeth but no chin!
Beep… Beep.. Beep… The InSight has landed. InSight sent a “touchdown image” to NASA on November 26 2018 embarking the first landing of a spacecraft on Mars after six years (Of course, you are awesome too Curiosity) and for the eighth time in total. Launched on May 5th 2018, InSight traveled a distance of 458 million km and landed on Mars yesterday at 19:52 UTC. It most hit the bulls eye and landed on Elysium Planitia near the Martian equator exactly as planned and sent a “A-Ok” signal to NASA after seven minutes to confirm its safe landing. “About Me” time InSight – an abbreviation for Interior Exploration using Seismic…