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NASA's InSight Mars Lander launches from California

NASA's InSight Mission to Mars launched from Vandenberg Air Force Station in California this morning, making it the first mission to another planet to launch from the west coast. InSight is scheduled to land on Mars on November 26, 2018 to study the interior...
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