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InSight@Home: the Martian mission accessible to all

The InSight Education website, in partnership with IPGP and all the European partners of NASA's InSight mission, offers you the chance to follow the Martian mission from the comfort of your own home!

InSight@Home: the Martian mission accessible to all

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Publication date: 21/02/2020

General public, Observatories, Press

Related observatories : InSight Observatory

From the dedicated page (https://insight.oca.eu/fr/insight-home) young and old alike can take part, in French, English and German, in the space adventure on Mars, with games, quizzes and all the scientific data made available by the InSight educational team.

Younger children (primary level, Kids section) can meet up with the mascot ‘Marsty’ for weekly adventures around the planets. Teenagers (middle school level, Teens section) can take part in a daily quiz: one question a day and a riddle to solve every Thursday. Finally, older children (secondary school level, Students section) can access the mission’s scientific data and explore the internal structure of the planet Mars in close collaboration with the mission’s researchers.

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