NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) has caught a camera in the InSight plot image, now in Red Planet.
InSight landing, heat shield and parachute HiRISE (Experimental Image Evidence Experiment) on December 6 and December 11.
Landings, heat shield and parachute have a length of 1,000 meters between Elysium Planitia, a flat lava plain selected as an InSight landing location, NASA said in a statement.
This is not the first time, HiRISE has shot a Mars underground. InSight focuses primarily on the 2008 Phoenix space, emerging from the MRO camera aboard and dropping onto the jump.
The HiRISE team at Arizona University tried to get the image of InSight while landing, the MRO angle was much less and could not get a good picture.