Located in the equatorial plane of Mars, the lava is located in the Platy Elysium Planitet. Soon after, NASA's Insight Lander landed. Perhaps the embers of the empty landscapes were stolen, as the dust in the place was lifted.
In the coming days, Insight Landing site takes up more photos and send them to Earth, where scientists use them to decide where to search.
The earthquake seismometer will be heard on the slab of the rocks and slips on the ground that will hear the "ears of grain" rolling through the planet. Another tool will dust on the ground and take the temperature of the red planet.
The solar panels were opened after hours before insight and investigated whether to achieve what is now getting weak sunlight. On a clear day panels produce 700W, a kitchen blender power is enough, and all lander needs to work.
The camera lens is still taken with very clear dust, orbiting the surface of Mars from NASA's Odyssey spacecraft, and sent it to 91 mile (146 m) of land.