The NASA Space Agency's InSight Research Bureau transferred from Mars a photograph of the Red Planet, taken during the day after landing.
About this on Tuesday, November 27, the press department of the US Department "Word and Deed" writes.
"The unsuccessful camera, which lies in the hand of NASA's InSight, took this picture on Mars's surface on November 26th – the day he landed on the red planet"- said NASA.
According to the ministry, the image was transferred to the ground thanks to its own Odyssey spacecraft, which now carries out an orbital flight around Mars.
Earlier, the InSight research vehicle of the NASA Space Agency NASA Mars sent the image's first image, but it did not prove to be high quality due to the dust-coated glass on the device itself.
Recall, auto controlled unmanned airplane InSight launched on May 5 and November 26 made a successful landing on Mars. It is assumed that within two years the unit will explore the depths of the red planet to study the internal structure and composition.
NASA also shot the rare clouds on Earth and showed the first shot of the sun's crown.
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