Engineers assembling the European-Russian robot launching to Mars next year fit its key instrument package.
Engineers test the locomotion system of the Rosalind Franklin rover which will launch to the Red Planet next year.
Engineers test the locomotion system of the Rosalind Franklin rover and its ability to handle obstacles.
Engineers rehearse the first drive the Rosalind Franklin rover will undertake when it arrives at the Red Planet.
Imperial College London's Prof Tom Pike discusses the first seismic signal picked up on Mars.
The American space agency NASA says it has detected its first seismic event on the planet Mars. Newsday spoke to Bruce Banerdt, Principal Investigator for the InSight Mission to Mars. But first off, listen to the rumble on the Red Planet. (Picture: A photo, covered by NASA's Curiosity Mars rover, shows series of sedimentary deposits in the Gale Crater on planet Mars. Credit:NASA/JPL-CALTECH/MSSS / HANDOUT/Anadolu Agency/Getty )