A Media Presence
Members of the media — including Space.com's Mike Wall (at left in rear) and Tariq Malik (at left in foreground) document the event as the InSight lander prepares to land on Mars' surface.
Throughout Mission Support employees cheer and carouse, celebrating the successful landing of the Mars' InSight lander on the Martian surface
Inspecting First Data
Following InSight's successful landing, the craft returned an image to Earth. InSight Project Manager Tom Hoffman and NASA JPL team members analyze the data.
On Nov. 26, 2018, Vice President Mike Pence offers NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine congratulations on the successful landing of the Mars' InSight lander. The $993 million unmanned lander will study the crust, mantle and core of the Red Planet.
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine speaks after the Nov. 11, 2018 landing of the InSight lander on Mars.