Zhurong: Invisible images of the arrival of the Chinese spacecraft to Mars

Zhurong: Invisible images of the arrival of the Chinese spacecraft to Mars

CNSA celebrates the anniversary of the mission that began at the launch of No Sundi Tianwen-1 with new pictures. On June 28, the China National Space Administration released a video showing new footage of the craft during various stages of the mission. Focusing on four parts, we’re seeing a spread the umbrella Before landing the rover, landing on Mars from the Tianwen-1 lander as well as installing a camera on the ground and panoramic shots.

A video released by CNSA reveals new photos of Zhurong. © CNSA

The satellite was launched on July 23, 2020, from a base in Wenchang, China. After a nearly seven-month journey to Mars, Tianwen 1 fits in withorbiting في From red planet On February 12, 2021. On May 15, Rover Zurong parachute down, and Exploration begins on May 22. The mission is currently a real success for China, being the country’s first robotic exploration of Mars. In the face of operations success, the main task of a Duration The first three months are expected to extend beyond, allowing Zhurong to explore the desolate plains of Mars in more detail.

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