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NASA's next mission will study the heart of Mars

This weekend, NASA is set to launch the InSight Mars lander, which will study Mars' interior and seismic activity to better understand how planets are formed. NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory engineer Farrah Alibay explains what to expect from the mission.
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