NASA's InSight Mars lander acquired this image using its robotic arm-mounted, Instrument Deployment Camera (IDC). This image was acquired on December 7, 2018, Sol 10 and shows the unfurled solar panel of the probe. #mars #science #space #nasa

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The robotic arm can stretch nearly 6 feet long, and will soon be used to take the science instruments off the deck, and place them on the ground. A partial view of the deck is shown. #insight #mars #science #space #nasa

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