On Monday, NASA successfully put a man-made object on Mars for the eighth time in human history. The space agency’s InSight lander touched down on the surface of the red planet to begin the week and will spend two years studying the planet’s interior.

Of course, InSight is equipped with a camera and has sent back photos of the desolate planet. NASA has tweeted a couple of them out, including the very first photo InSight sent back after landing on Monday.

InSight has a Twitter account that will presumably tweet more photos as they are available, as well. The lander was originally launched in May.

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NASA engineer and InSight project manager Tom Hoffman points to the first image upon a successful landing by the InSight spacecraft on the planet Mars from the Mission Support area in the Space Flight Operations facility at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California on November 26, 2018. Al Seib/AFP/Getty Images