Flat Earthers are not pleased about NASA’s latest mission to Mars, which saw the space agency’s InSight lander arrive at the red planet on Monday.
“Please, tell me nobody is falling, yet again, for another fake Mars landing? Landing on Mars would be like landing on a non-solid, flicking sonoluminescent light…because that is all Mars is. Don’t be suckered into this nonsense again…” one Flat Earther wrote.
Needless to say, InSight did indeed land on Mars—a round, rocky planet located just under 40 million miles away. The InSight mission is expected to last for two years.
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