After submission to March, the InSight unit has tools for psychological, geodesic and planetary studies, NASA noted.
On November 26, Mars InSight's automatic station module crashed onto Mars Mars. This is the NASA website.
The device scored in the equator Mars area on the western side of the planet in an area called Elysium Planitia.
InSight was launched on May 5 from the bottom of the US Air Force in California.
After submission to March, the device has equipment for seismological, geodesic studies and planet temperature.
In August, Marshall Porterfield, former science director of NASA's science and physical sciences space division, said "technology is already in place for the assembling of missiles and ground vehicles on Mars," but "the main obstacle is the human factor."