Mars received his new robotic resident, InSight, according to NASA. The internal audit vehicle used for seismic research declined successfully on the Red Planet after a tour of almost seven months and 458 million kilometers of Earth.
The two-year mission of InSight will be studying inside the deep depth of Mars.
InSight was launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California on May 5, which landed on Monday near the equator Mars on the western side of a smooth lava width of the name Elysium Planitia.
"We successfully launched Mars for the eighth time in human history," said Jim Bridenstine, NASA server. "InSight will be studying inside Mars and teaching us valuable science as we prepare to send a planetary to Lleuad and then to Mars" …), he said, said Nasa.
InSight will act on the surface during the Martian year, along with 40 days or sunshine Martian, until November 24, 2020.