The lander and the rover are the first spacecrafts of their kind, and they are the work of a team of scientists who have been working on them for years.
The first images of the lander came from the spacecraft’s cameras, and the first images from the rover came from its onboard cameras.
NASA has also revealed a number of photos from the landers onboard cameras and has been showing off some of the images to the press, and it has announced the first set of images of both of them.
The images, which are based on the latest information from the Mars 2020 rover, show a pair of robotic arms.
In the first image, the left arm is carrying a drill and the right arm is holding a scoop.
The drill is holding water, which the right hand is scooping.
On the right side of the rover, the rover has two wheels.
Finally, the top of the left rover is pointing towards Earth.
As with the landing on Mars, the pictures of the two robotic arms are not as clean and clear as those from the landing, but the scientists are trying to do a better job of capturing what the robotic arms can see and doing a better understanding of what they can see.
The landers, which will be called the MAVEN Pathfinder and Mars Exploration Rovers, were designed by the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory and will orbit Mars in 2022.
The landers are about four meters tall, and are designed to reach speeds of more than 40 kilometers per hour, but will not land.
Scientists plan to land on the Red Planet in 2021 and will continue to collect data there, which is used for scientific studies.