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China’s Mars probe: The rover’s landed. What now? – CGTN

On a note of celebratory breakthroughs, the rover will carry more tasks and even encounter unknown situations in the following three months, or 92 Earth days or…

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China’s first Mars rover, Zhurong, has touched down on the red planet, becoming the country’s first spacecraft landing on Mars on Saturday. On a note of celebratory breakthroughs, the rover will carry out more tasks and even encounter unknown situations in the following three months.
The landing module landed at a pre-selected zone in the southern part of an icy area of the planet known as Utopia Planitia. Zhurong’s first task is survival, as the environment on Mars is no utopia at all.
Though it…

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