The mole is a digging instrument and part of a suite of heat-sensing instruments on InSight.
The delicately-shrivelled exterior seen by NASA’s Orbiter suggests gradually cooling of the interior.
This was likely the first Marsquake detected by InSight's instruments on the Red Planet.
The rock and others near Curiosity's drill site appear to have moved when the drill was retracted.
The German drilling instrument on the InSight lander struck what appeared to be a couple of stones.
If Mars experiences volcanoes, it could be a very favourable environment for water & life than thought.
NASA’s Curiosity rover also gives weather updates, while roaming around Mars about 340 miles away.
The InSight Mars lander's companions WALL-E & EVE were the first CubeSats in deep space.
InSight also caught a survey shot of the patch of Mars where it will set down its science instruments.
The sounds are from wind blowing against InSight’s solar panels, causing the spacecraft to vibrate.
The images will help mission members determine where to set InSight's seismometer and heat flow probe.
NASA expects better images from InSight soon, once it sheds the dust covers protecting its cameras.
Engineers plan to fold open & use InSight’s five arms to get cracking on some geology experiments.
NASA's InSight lands on Mars; Twitter is obsessed with scientists' 'crazy handshake dance' and the 'cool hat guy'
Viewers can watch the live telecast of the event wherein scientists will discuss updates about NASA's InSight spacecraft, at www.nasa.gov/nasalive.
Data collected by NASA's InSight will help scientists understand the formation of all rocky worlds.
About 80 live viewing events will take place around the world to watch the InSight landing.
You can watch the NASA InSight landing on Mars at 3 pm EST meaning 1.30 am in India.
Being a three-legged lander and not a rover, InSight will remain wherever it touches down.
The selfie was captured by the instrument imaging UV emissions from the Martian upper atmosphere.