NASA's spacecraft on Mars on Monday has overtaken its first clear photo of the devastating Red Planet.
"Here's a quiet beauty. Looking forward to my new home," NASA Tweeted At the end of Monday, after hours of touching her new Insight Lander.
This image came after the rover was sent back to a slightly unclear photo. Space Agency said that underlying spacecraft opened its solar panel, which allowed it to recharge its batteries for the mission.
NASA wrote in a tweet, "Mars was called by Odyssey Orbiter, the news from NASA's Insight released news that its solar panel is open and that Martin collects sunlight on the surface." "Also in the distribution: This snapshot shows the equipment in his new home with the command of the lender."
The InSite spacecraft landed on Mars on Monday after traveling six months on Earth. The mission was the first clear picture of Mars that the dispatch was sent to Earth through Mars Odyssey Orbiter.
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory Project Manager, Tom Hoffman, said in a statement: "Insight team can relax a little bit easily tonight, we know that the spacecraft has deployed solar arrays and batteries are recharging again."
More images of the Red Planet can be shouted later in the coming days.
Soon, the mission team will be rumored by the Robotic Army of Insight and using the camera attached to the scientists to determine where to place the spacecraft equipment will break the ground photo, NASA said.
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