China has released new photos of its exploration of Mars and the rover


1 ene 2022 03:51 GMT

Launched on July 23, 2020 on the Long March-5 rocket, the Dianwen-1 mission has been in operation for 526 days.

National Space Administration of China General The Tianwen-1 spacecraft, which is exploring Mars, recently took new photos this Saturday.

Two of the four photos show the study in orbit. In the background you can see the surface of the planet, which has white dots indicating the presence of water ice and CO2.

Another snapshot taken from orbit shows the North Pole of Mars with large ice sheets.

At the end of the images taken from the surface of Mars by the rover Zhurong, you can see the planet’s regular landscape, regolith and rocks.

Tianwen-1 Mission, that is Published On the Long March-5 rocket on July 23, 2020, it has been in operation for 526 days. Rover Jurang Got down Last May to study the geological structure, environment, atmosphere and water of Mars. Originally planned to run for at least 90 days, but it is still active.

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