One week later from China National Space Administration reports his Tianwen-1 project had landed well on Mars, Zhurong’s circle has jumped on its platform and gone into the world. As you can see in the GIF shown below, a few photos from the rover camera show his journey to Utopia Planitia, the area he landed.
Only the US with other robots operating on the Martian range, when the Soviet Union’s technology arrived in the 70’s, stopped shipping recently. Now Zhurong will use high-resolution camera and other geological and atmospheric instruments, as well as looking at water or ice below and relying on solar energy.
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