A NASA spacecraft landed on Mars to explore the interior of the planet.
Flight controllers announced the InSight spacecraft down on Monday, through the perilous supersonic constellation Martian red sky. The confirmation occurred through radio signals, more than eight minutes, to cross nearly 100 million miles (160 million km) of Mars and Earth.
There was no immediate word in the proper operation of the plot. Satellite NASA will provide updates to Mars.
NASA's eighth Mars landing is a successful landing in the Vikings of 1976. InSight's leg and arms will be in place for the next two years. NASA's Curiosity rover landed less than 400 kilometers (600 kilometers), and Monday was the youngest robot in town.