The US Navy's National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) InSight has reached Mars and landed on the Red Planet on Monday.
Project promoters believe that the biggest challenge in this process can be the machine's high speed.
After landing on Mars, the probe enters the atmosphere of the planet at 12,000 miles an hour. This is a very high speed, and the task of a specific system is to reduce the load to 5 kilometers per hour. It lasts for six minutes and will be the main event on Monday, "NASA spokesman Rob Grawver said.
According to scientists, robot probes examine the depth of the red planet.
Spacecraft are gathering geological samples on the surface of the planet, but during the new mission drilling at depths of about five meters is planned.
There are also special devices that tell you about the seismic activity of the planet.
The mission lasts for two years, and scientists hope to better understand the early formation processes of rocky planets, including the Earth.