The Schiaparelli lander has touched down onto the surface of Mars.
The specially designed robot has traveled more than a billion kilometres to get there.
This is a joint project between the European Space Agency (ESA) and Russia.
The aim of the unmanned mission is to try to find out if life exists, or has ever existed, on Mars.
On Sunday, the Schiaparelli lander separated from the main ship, the ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO). The two crafts then reached their destination on Wednesday, where the TGO went into orbit around the planet, and the lander went for the surface at 21,000 km an hour.
The Schiaparelli traveled through temperatures of 1500C, with parachute and reverse thrusters helping to slow its descent, until it reaches the surface.