This Monday, NASA's InSight probe arrived on Mars, which left Earth last May and traveled seven months through space.
InSight will have its own mission travels to the red planet and enters its depthsto determine how the celestial bodies formed on rocky surfaces such as the Earth or the Moon.
A few minutes after arriving on the continent, the probe sent its first image, where you can not see much of Mars. "My first image on Mars. The coverage of my lenses is not yet out, but I had to show the first look at my new home"They write in their Twitter profile.
My first photo is on #mars A look at! My lens collection has not yet been turned off, but I just had to show you a first look at my new home. More status updates: https: //t.co/tYcLE3tkkS #MarsLanding pic.twitter.com/G15bJjMYxa
– NASAInSight (@ NASAInSight) November 26, 2018
However, after a few hours the probe managed to capture part of the Martian horizon, – Here is a relaxed beauty. They are expecting to get to know my new home, "added the second picture.
– NASAInSight (@ NASAInSight) November 27, 2018