NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Insight Spacecraft -- Customer Success Video

NASA’s InSight Spacecraft, powered by VxWorks real-time operating system reached a significant milestone in its journey to Mars. On November 26, 2018, InSight made its 12,300mph descent to the red planet with a successful landing. With the Insight lander’s avionics system based on VxWorks, this NASA mission brings the Wind River RTOS back to Mars once again following the Mars Science Laboratory rover Curiosity mission in 2012. For more information about Wind River’s involvement with NASA missions for nearly 25 years, go to www.windriver.com/inspace
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