NASA Celebrates Successful Landing on Mars

Published November 28th, 2018 - 09:14 GMT

Astronauts and Scientists at NASA have celebrated on Monday the Successful landing of the InSight ship on Planet Mars.

During the coming period, InSight spacecraft is set to grab more photos of the landing site and send them back to Earth, as scientists want to decide where the probe should place its instruments, and tools.

 
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NASA engineer Kris Bruvold reacts after the successfull landing by the InSight spacecraft on the planet Mars from the Mission Support area in the Space Flight Operations facility at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, U.S.
Al SEIB / POOL / AFP

NASA engineer Kris Bruvold reacts after the successfull landing by the InSight spacecraft on the planet Mars from the Mission Support area in the Space Flight Operations facility at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, U.S. Al SEIB / POOL / AFP

NASA engineer and InSight project manager Tom Hoffman points to the first image upon a successful landing by the InSight spacecraft on the planet Mars.
Al SEIB / POOL / AFP

NASA engineer and InSight project manager Tom Hoffman points to the first image upon a successful landing by the InSight spacecraft on the planet Mars. Al SEIB / POOL / AFP

Cheers and applause erupted at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory as a $993 million unmanned lander, called InSight, touched down on the Red Planet and managed to send back its first picture.
Al SEIB / POOL / AFP

Cheers and applause erupted at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory as a $993 million unmanned lander, called InSight, touched down on the Red Planet and managed to send back its first picture. Al SEIB / POOL / AFP

NASA engineers react after the successful landing by the InSight spacecraft on the planet Mars from California. 
Al SEIB / POOL / AFP

NASA engineers react after the successful landing by the InSight spacecraft on the planet Mars from California. Al SEIB / POOL / AFP

NASA engineer and project manager Tom Hoffman (3L) and his team give a press conference after the successful landing by the InSight spacecraft.
Frederic J. BROWN / POOL / AFP

NASA engineer and project manager Tom Hoffman (3L) and his team give a press conference after the successful landing by the InSight spacecraft. Frederic J. BROWN / POOL / AFP

NASA engineer and project manager Tom Hoffman (C), flanked by Michael Watkins (L) and Bruce Banerdt (R) speak during press conference after the successful landing.
CREDITFREDERIC J. BROWN / AFP

NASA engineer and project manager Tom Hoffman (C), flanked by Michael Watkins (L) and Bruce Banerdt (R) speak during press conference after the successful landing. CREDITFREDERIC J. BROWN / AFP

People watch the landing of NASA's InSight spacecraft on the planet Mars on television screens at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California on November 26, 2018.
Frederic J. BROWN / AFP

People watch the landing of NASA's InSight spacecraft on the planet Mars on television screens at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California on November 26, 2018. Frederic J. BROWN / AFP

The MarCo, one of two CubeSats launched and following the InSight, marking the first time this kind of spacecraft has flown into deep space, is on display at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California.
Frederic J. BROWN / AFP

The MarCo, one of two CubeSats launched and following the InSight, marking the first time this kind of spacecraft has flown into deep space, is on display at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California. Frederic J. BROWN / AFP

First photo taken by spacecraft InSight. (Twitter/@NASA)

First photo taken by spacecraft InSight. (Twitter/@NASA)

Celebrations captured in Pasendena & New York City took place yesterday after our @NASAInSight spacecraft landed safely on Mars. (Twitter/@NASA)

Celebrations captured in Pasendena & New York City took place yesterday after our @NASAInSight spacecraft landed safely on Mars. (Twitter/@NASA)

NASA engineer Kris Bruvold reacts after the successfull landing by the InSight spacecraft on the planet Mars from the Mission Support area in the Space Flight Operations facility at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, U.S.
Al SEIB / POOL / AFP
NASA engineer and InSight project manager Tom Hoffman points to the first image upon a successful landing by the InSight spacecraft on the planet Mars.
Al SEIB / POOL / AFP
Cheers and applause erupted at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory as a $993 million unmanned lander, called InSight, touched down on the Red Planet and managed to send back its first picture.
Al SEIB / POOL / AFP
NASA engineers react after the successful landing by the InSight spacecraft on the planet Mars from California. 
Al SEIB / POOL / AFP
NASA engineer and project manager Tom Hoffman (3L) and his team give a press conference after the successful landing by the InSight spacecraft.
Frederic J. BROWN / POOL / AFP
NASA engineer and project manager Tom Hoffman (C), flanked by Michael Watkins (L) and Bruce Banerdt (R) speak during press conference after the successful landing.
CREDITFREDERIC J. BROWN / AFP
People watch the landing of NASA's InSight spacecraft on the planet Mars on television screens at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California on November 26, 2018.
Frederic J. BROWN / AFP
The MarCo, one of two CubeSats launched and following the InSight, marking the first time this kind of spacecraft has flown into deep space, is on display at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California.
Frederic J. BROWN / AFP
First photo taken by spacecraft InSight. (Twitter/@NASA)
Celebrations captured in Pasendena & New York City took place yesterday after our @NASAInSight spacecraft landed safely on Mars. (Twitter/@NASA)
NASA engineer Kris Bruvold reacts after the successfull landing by the InSight spacecraft on the planet Mars from the Mission Support area in the Space Flight Operations facility at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, U.S.
Al SEIB / POOL / AFP
NASA engineer Kris Bruvold reacts after the successfull landing by the InSight spacecraft on the planet Mars from the Mission Support area in the Space Flight Operations facility at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, U.S. Al SEIB / POOL / AFP
NASA engineer and InSight project manager Tom Hoffman points to the first image upon a successful landing by the InSight spacecraft on the planet Mars.
Al SEIB / POOL / AFP
NASA engineer and InSight project manager Tom Hoffman points to the first image upon a successful landing by the InSight spacecraft on the planet Mars. Al SEIB / POOL / AFP
Cheers and applause erupted at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory as a $993 million unmanned lander, called InSight, touched down on the Red Planet and managed to send back its first picture.
Al SEIB / POOL / AFP
Cheers and applause erupted at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory as a $993 million unmanned lander, called InSight, touched down on the Red Planet and managed to send back its first picture. Al SEIB / POOL / AFP
NASA engineers react after the successful landing by the InSight spacecraft on the planet Mars from California. 
Al SEIB / POOL / AFP
NASA engineers react after the successful landing by the InSight spacecraft on the planet Mars from California. Al SEIB / POOL / AFP
NASA engineer and project manager Tom Hoffman (3L) and his team give a press conference after the successful landing by the InSight spacecraft.
Frederic J. BROWN / POOL / AFP
NASA engineer and project manager Tom Hoffman (3L) and his team give a press conference after the successful landing by the InSight spacecraft. Frederic J. BROWN / POOL / AFP
NASA engineer and project manager Tom Hoffman (C), flanked by Michael Watkins (L) and Bruce Banerdt (R) speak during press conference after the successful landing.
CREDITFREDERIC J. BROWN / AFP
NASA engineer and project manager Tom Hoffman (C), flanked by Michael Watkins (L) and Bruce Banerdt (R) speak during press conference after the successful landing. CREDITFREDERIC J. BROWN / AFP
People watch the landing of NASA's InSight spacecraft on the planet Mars on television screens at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California on November 26, 2018.
Frederic J. BROWN / AFP
People watch the landing of NASA's InSight spacecraft on the planet Mars on television screens at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California on November 26, 2018. Frederic J. BROWN / AFP
The MarCo, one of two CubeSats launched and following the InSight, marking the first time this kind of spacecraft has flown into deep space, is on display at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California.
Frederic J. BROWN / AFP
The MarCo, one of two CubeSats launched and following the InSight, marking the first time this kind of spacecraft has flown into deep space, is on display at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California. Frederic J. BROWN / AFP
First photo taken by spacecraft InSight. (Twitter/@NASA)
First photo taken by spacecraft InSight. (Twitter/@NASA)
Celebrations captured in Pasendena & New York City took place yesterday after our @NASAInSight spacecraft landed safely on Mars. (Twitter/@NASA)
Celebrations captured in Pasendena & New York City took place yesterday after our @NASAInSight spacecraft landed safely on Mars. (Twitter/@NASA)