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Satellites will broadcast the status of Nasa's InSight lander as it enters Mars 

MailOnline Friday, 23 November 2018
Satellites will broadcast the status of Nasa's InSight lander as it enters Mars Two experimental CubeSats, WALL-E and EVE, will report the condition of the Mars lander less than nine minutes after it attempts a touchdown on the planet on Monday.
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