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China’s Tianwen-1 mission shows new images of Mars

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The National Space Administration of China has sent new images of the red planet captured by the rover Zhurong that is part of the Chinese mission Tianwen-1.

In addition, you can see the Martian landscape and the footprints left by the rover after its passage.

So far, the rover has been operating on Mars for about 42 Martian days and has managed to travel a total of 236 meters, according to the China National Space Administration.

The vehicle is expected to continue its exploration missions on the red planet as planned. The main mission of the six-wheeled rover is to look for signs of water or ice that may show clues that this planet can support life.

Also, the solar powered vehicle will look for signs of past life.

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