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SEIS leveling (sol 30)

SEIS leveling (sol 30)

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SEIS leveling (sol 30)
InSight's SEIS instrument has three legs that can be independently lengthened and shortened to level it out. The ground slopes slightly, so on sol 30 (27 December 2018) the instrument was successfully commanded to compensate for the ground tilt.

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Original image data dated on or about December 27, 2018

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