China Adds Rover To Mars Surface Fleet

images from Chinese rover on Mars
This is one of the first images sent back from the China National Space Administration’s Zhurong rover in Utopia Planitia on Mars.
Credit: CNSA
Five months after returning the first samples from the Moon in 45 years, China pulled off a successful landing on Mars, demonstrating its growing technical prowess in the challenging field of planetary exploration. The May 14 touchdown of China’s Tianwen-1 lander, which carried the Zhurong rover...

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