NASA's InSight Lander is the new kid in the Martian Block who's already taking selfies and telling his handlers on Earth all about his new dusty home. However, it is not the only high-tech device with a view of the Red Planet. NASA used one of the other machines, the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, to catch a glimpse of the newly-landed robot while sitting quietly on the planet's surface
In a series of new pictures, NASA shows the lander's last resting places and the Heat shield and the parachute of the spacecraft from above.
The images clearly show the lander himself (above), surrounded by darker dust and debris of recent effects. The parachute of the spacecraft, which is also surrounded by darker dust, rests not too far away:
Then there is a heat shield that looks like a bright light when it reflects the sun's rays towards the sky: 
The special thing about these photos is that they show how perfectly the InSight Lander was put on. NASA's InSight team and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory set themselves the goal of bringing the robot to a flat, mostly uneven spot on the surface of Mars, so that the machine's sensors can detect vibrations deep in the planet without worrying about their occurrence to take care of rocks or jagged edges in the way.
These photos clearly show that the InSight is perfectly positioned in a flat environment that should make it easy for mission engineers to choose a location to use their sensitive instruments.
InSight has many months of hard work ahead of us, but it's exciting to see that things are going well for the team.