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InSight Is the Newest Mars Weather Service

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The white east- and west-facing booms - called Temperature and Wind for InSight This artist's concept shows NASA's InSight lander with its instruments deployed on the Martian surface The white east- and west-facing booms--called Temperature and Wind for InSight, or TWINS--on the deck of NASA's InSight lander belong to its suite of weather sensors.

Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

No matter how cold your winter has been, it's probably not as chilly as Mars. Check for yourself: Starting today, the public can get a daily weather report from NASA's InSight lander.

From Jet Propulsion Laboratory/NASA
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