InSight’s very first image from Mars

NASA commemorated on Monday, Nov. 26 when its InSight lander effectively touched down at the Elysium Planitia area on Mars. This memorable event marked completion point of a 300- million-mile journey from Earth. InSight is now snapping pictures of its brand-new house as the NASA group expects examining the world’s temperature level, interior and marsquakes.

Soon after landing, InSight snapped a view of its environments utilizing the Instrument Context Video Camera (ICC) installed on the front of the lander. This electronic camera’s dust cover gathered little particles of dirt, however Mars’ horizon is still noticeable in the range.