Chinese Rover Makes First Trip on Mars

Caption: Zhurong’s rear camera captures an image of the Tianwen-1 mission lander. Photo credit: CNSA
China’s Zhurong rover drove for the first time on Mars. On May 22 the rover rolled down the landing platform and started patrolling the surface on the southern part of Utopia Planitia, a 3,300-km-wide (2,051-mi.) plain in Mars’ northern hemisphere, according to China National Space Administration...

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