Today, the University of Arizona released pictures from another one of NASA's Mars satellites, the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE). The images show further details of the Mars Lander's crash site. The bright spot in the lower-left of the photo, according to the press release, is the backshell of the lander and the parachute. The bright spots jutting out from the center of the circle in the upper-right could be parts of the heat shield. And the dark circle about 8 feet across, visible in the upper-left, is likely a shallow crater that would match an impact of an object the size and speed of the ExoMars lander.