The NASA Planetary Data System announces the Release 1A of data from the InSight Lander mission to Mars, covering the period from landing through the start of science monitoring (November 26, 2018, through February 28, 2019). This release includes raw data from the following instruments, archived at various PDS nodes.
SEIS (Seismometer) at the Geosciences Node
RAD (Radiometer) at the Geosciences Node
TWINS (Temperature and Wind) and Pressure Sensor at the Atmospheres Node
IFG (InSight Fluxgate Magnetometer) at the PPI Node
RISE (Radio Science) at the Geosciences Node
ICC/IDC (Instrument Context Camera / Instrument Deployment Camera) at the Cartography and Imaging Sciences Node
SPICE at the NAIF Node
Data from the HP3 (Heat Flow and Physical Properties Probe) and IDA (Instrument Deployment Arm) will be released later.
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The data may be accessed at https://pds-geosciences.wustl.edu/missions/insight/index.htm
SEIS data are also available through the Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology (IRIS) at http://ds.iris.edu/ds/newsletter/vol21/no1/511/mars-insight-mission-data-from-seis-now-open-to-the-public/.
The next release of InSight data, Release 1B, is scheduled for June 26, 2019, and will include the calibrated data corresponding to the raw data in this release.
To access all data archived in PDS: https://pds.nasa.gov