Washington: Space enthusiasts will be able to witness the real-time landing of NASA's InSight Mars Lander on the Red Planet on November 26.
The space agency will broadcast the landing on NASA Television, its website, Twitter, and Facebook. The last Mars landing was broadcast six years ago when The Curiosity rover touched down the surface of the planet, Cnet reported.
InSight Mars Lander, which launched on May 5, will be NASA's first spacecraft to land on Mars since Curiosity. The spacecraft will study the planet's deep interior and help scientists understand the formation of the rocky worlds.