1. At Last! NASA InSight's “Mole” Is Out of Sight, Below the Surface of Mars  SciTechDaily
  2. InSight’s ‘Mole’ is Now Completely buried!  Universe Today
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Now that the heat probe is just below the Martian surface, InSight's arm will scoop some additional soil on top to help it keep digging so it can take Mars' temperature. NASA's InSight lander continues working to get its "mole" — a 16-inch-long (40-centimeter-long) pile driver and heat probe — de

At Last! NASA InSight’s “Mole” Is Out of Sight, Below the Surface of Mars

Progress is very slow for the InSight Lander's Mole. But it's still progress. The mole is now finally buried, but hammering won't resume until January 2021.Progress is very slow for the InSight Lander's Mole. But it's still progress. The mole is now finally buried, but hammering won't resume until January 2021.

InSight's 'Mole' is Now Completely buried! - Universe Today