Mars got his new robotic resident, InSight, according to NASA. The search engine inside it is & # 39; used for a successful landfill exploration of the Red Planet after a tour of almost seven months and 458 million kilometers from Earth.
InSight's two-year mission is to explore inside deep Mars.
InSight was launched from the Vandenberg Air Force Center in California on May 5, and came ashore on Monday near the Mars center zone on the west side of a flat tile called Elysium Planitia.
"We have come to Mars successfully for the eighth time in human history," said Jim Bridenstine, NASA administrator. "InSight will explore inside Mars and provide us with valuable science when we are preparing to send astronauts to" "and then to Mars" …) , he said, Nasa said.
InSight works on top in Martian year, plus 40 Martian or Sun days, to November 24, 2020.