In the Afterglow of InSight’s Success, NASA Should Announce Its Next Steps at Mars
In late August 2012, just weeks after the spectacular landing of the Curiosity rover on Mars, NASA capitalized on success and announced InSight as its next mission to the Red Planet. NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden made the connection explicit:
"The recent successful landing of the Curiosity rover has galvanized public interest in space exploration and today's announcement makes clear there are more exciting Mars missions to come." 
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After the Success of InSight, It’s Time for NASA to Commit to Mars Sample Return
Article in The Planetary Society, by Casey Dreier • November 28, 2018
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