Team members all reported that InSight was doing well. The rock in the foreground of that first image does not pose a threat—InSight has to spend the next few weeks carefully placing its instruments down on the ground around it, so any potential obstructions were cause for concern—and from the photo and dust they can tell the surrounding area is mostly sand, which will be a good thing for the lander's HPQ drill. The surface operations team is now waiting for the Odyssey orbiter, which will help relay data from InSight back to Earth, to pass by. If they can confirm solar panel deployment, it's time to start working on setting all of InSight's tools out onto the Martian surface. But the most harrowing part of this robot's journey is now complete: the landing was a resounding success. Go InSight!