"InSight from NASA introduced its first picture of Mars's planet surface," – said in a statement.
NASA noted that the photograph was taken shortly after landing InSight from Mars on November 26.
As previously stated, the InSight automated automated carriage was launched automatically on May 5 this year, and on November 26, it successfully landed on Mars. For two years, it will investigate depth to & # 39; red planet to explore the structure and internal production. To reach Mars, InSight exceeded the highest speed of 484 million kilometers. Together, two MarCO world satellites, which were designated for data broadcasting with InSight, moved.