Chinese Tianwen 1 Probe On Way To Mars

Kedo
Tianwen 1 lander depicted on Mars with rover still aboard.
Credit: Kedo
BEIJING—A Long March 5 rocket launched the first all-Chinese mission to Mars on July 23, placing the 5-metric-ton Tianwen 1 spacecraft directly into an Earth-Mars transfer orbit. The spacecraft is due to arrive at Mars in seven months. The lander, carrying a rover, is scheduled to separate from the...

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