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NASA’s Mars InSight lander will squeeze out a little more science

NASA’s InSight mission is working to squeeze out all the science it can as power runs out.

The solar-powered InSight lander is only working at about one-tenth of its landing capacity of 5,000 watt-hours and had expected to shut off its seismometer — its last operational science instrument running on dwindling power supplies — in June.

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