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China publishes a snapshot of the Zhurong rover from Mars orbit

A snapshot of the Zhurong rover on the surface of Mars was released today by the National Space Agency of China (CNSA), Xinhua reported.   The image was taken on June 2 by the Tianwen-1 probe in orbit. In its upper right corner, two spots are...

Chinese rover Zhurong successfully descended from the platform and began to explore Mars – photo

China's rover Zhurong successfully left the landing platform and began exploring Mars. This is reported by the China Space Administration.   The rover reportedly left the landing platform at 10:40 am on May 22 Beijing time (05:40 am Kiev time). The rover began patrolling and scouting...

Chinese probe Tianwen-1 sent first footage from the surface of Mars – photo

The Chinese probe Tianwen-1 has sent its first first photographs taken on the surface of Mars. This was reported by the press service of the China National Space Administration.   The pictures show the landing platform and the ladder of the Zhu Rong rover - it...

Fascinating. Chinese probe sent panoramic photos of the two hemispheres of Mars

The Chinese probe Tianwen-1 has sent new photos of Mars. This was reported by the press service of the China National Space Administration.   As noted, the pictures were taken in mid-March with a medium-resolution camera. On March 16, Tianwen-1 photographed the southern hemisphere of Mars at...

A high resolution. Chinese spacecraft Tianwen-1 sent its first photos of Mars

The Chinese robotic vehicle Tianwen-1 has sent its first photos of Mars, which were taken from the orbit of the red planet. This was reported by the press service of the China National Space Administration (CNSA).   The two black-and-white images were taken by a high-resolution...

Chinese mission Tianwen-1 sent first close-up image of Mars: photo

The China National Space Administration has released the first clear black-and-white photograph of the surface of Mars from the Tianwen-1 mission. The press service of the department reports. Click on the image to enlarge it The image was taken by an orbiter from a distance of...