The European Space Agency's Schiaparelli Mars lander crashed into Mars last week after a malfunction on its descent into the red planet's atmosphere, hitting the surface at around 180 mph, announced officials on Thursday.
Thankfully, the HiRISE camera aboard NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter took crystal-clear photos of the crash site.
Something went wrong in the lander initial descent onto Mars and its landing parachute deployed at a higher-than-planned altitude.
The circular crash site measures about 7.9 feet across and 1.5 feet deep. Surrounding the crater are dark spots and radial patterns.
The European Space Agency said those marking might be the result of propellant tanks exploding when the lander crashed into the planet.
The dark arc that curves away from the impact site have yet to be explained and are still being examined.
Some on Twitter pointed out how close the lander's team worked, only for it to crash.
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