A new view of the InSIGHT lander with equipment deployed. The newest HiRISE catalog image is of good quality and a near overhead view at mid-day lighting.
At 4X scale approximately even the MOLE housing is visible. The mid-toned extension to the MOLE may be the arm, or it may be possible to see the instrument strap, both together seems likely. We could see a spacesuit with this detailed view.
HiRISE image catalog, ESP_059495_1845
April 6, 2019, at 170 miles altitude, 2:18 pm local Mars time.
The landing location is describes as a 'volcanic plain' and referred to as 'relatively smooth'. I see two arcs of impinging layers from the sides, with the lander in the narrow smoother corridor area between the to sets of impact surges or flows fronts, heavy secondary or mixed small crater types. Interesting colors in the local material.