The little decal can be seen in some of the images that NASA's rover has beamed back to Earth so far.
Scientists with the space agency told Newsweek about the intense emotions they felt as they watched the rover land on the Red Planet after traveling nearly 300 million miles.
The picture is being shared online following the landing of NASA's Perseverance rover.
The panorama was taken by navigational cameras on the Mars rover and "stitched together" from six images after they were beamed back to Earth.
Millions of people have already signed up for the chance to have their name in space.
There are a total of 23 cameras aboard the rover that landed on the Red Planet on Thursday.
The billionaire technologist, who has long envisioned human travel to the red planet, made the comment on Twitter after NASA posted a video showing its team members celebrating the touchdown.
"Touchdown confirmed! Perseverance is safely on the surface of Mars, ready to begin seeking the signs of past life," Mohan announced to the world after the rover's successful landing.
The unmanned spacecraft made it to Mars on Thursday after a long, seven-month trip.
The NASA craft lands this afternoon and will immediately set to searching for evidence of water.
The Perseverance rover is scheduled to touch down on Mars at approximately 3:55 p.m. ET on Thursday, February 18.
"If there's one thing we know, it's that landing on Mars is never easy," NASA Associate Administrator for Communications Marc Etkind said.
The UAE's interplanetary mission is the first undertaken by an Arab nation.
Despite the hard landing, the launch of its latest prototype SN8 was a success, giving SpaceX useful data and letting it test some critical flight maneuvers.
Nuclear thermal propulsion (NTP) systems are powered by a process known as nuclear fission—the splitting of atoms.
The moon will be about 23 percent full on the peak night, which means there will be relatively dark skies.
The Red Planet won't be this close to Earth for 15 years.
"Away" on Netflix tells the story of the first-ever human mission to Mars. Though in real life we are years away from landing on the planet, the show is based on space exploration happening today.
"Everything this helicopter does will be a first-time event," said NASA engineer Nagin Cox.
The rover will use its suite of scientific instruments to search for signs of ancient microbial life on the red planet.
The Tianwen-1 spacecraft is scheduled to arrive on the red planet in February, 2021.
If you want to see the spectacle, you will need to head outside around an hour before sunrise on Sunday.
The International Space Station's two Russian toilets will be joined by the American-made Universal Waste Management System, which will also be used in future deep space exploration.
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"This is the first step in trying to understand the evolution of Mars' atmosphere," Håkan Svedhem, ESA's TGO Project Scientist, told Newsweek.
"These natural caverns would provide the crew protection from excessive radiation exposure [and] shelter them from the bombardment of micrometeorites," researchers said.
Last week, Musk confirmed the SN4 prototype had passed a cryogenic proof test, which marked a big milestone for the project that is designed to send crew and cargo to the moon, and even Mars.
"Organic molecules are those that contain chains and rings of carbon atoms linked together—like those used by life," said researcher Atsuko Kobayashi.
Meteor showers are celestial events in which several shooting stars appear to originate from a single point in the sky.