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Zhurong is the name given to the Chinese Space Agency's Mars rover mission, and after landing in May it's spent over 90 days traversing the surface of Utopia Planitia, looking for evidence that this might be an ancient sea bed. As China's first successful attempt to land on Mars a great deal of attention has been given to the state of the lander, parachute and aeroshell, so we've had some fine images of those. However in general the amount of data released so far remains quite small and we expect more as scientists work on the mission.
#chinaspacestation #chinaspace #chinavlog China's Mars Landing Mission | Shocks NASA and the USA | 中国的火星征途 China's Tianwen 1 Mars mission has been awarded one of the spaceflight world's most prestigious awards. The Tianwen 1 spacecraft lifted off from Wenchang spaceport on July 23, 2020 and entered Mars orbit in February 2021. The mission's solar-powered Zhurong rover then successfully landed in the Red Planet's Utopia Planitia plain in May that year. The mission carried out a historic first-ever combined orbiting, landing and roving in a single launch, earning the mission the International Astronautical Federation's annual space achievement award on Sunday (Sept. 18) during the 73rd International Astronautical Congress (IAC) in Paris. The China National Space Administration (CNSA) has revealed new data from its Tianwen 1 Mars orbiter and Zhurong Mars rover, according to a report from state-run media network CGTN. Launched on July 23, 2020, Tianwen 1 and Zhurong, along with a lander, reached Martian orbit on Feb. 10, 2021; the orbiter has been operating for nearly 800 days. The rover and the lander reached the surface of Mars three months later, on May 14, and the rover has so far traversed 6,302 feet (1,921 meters). Now, CGTN reports that CNSA has announced that the orbiter and rover have sent back 1,480 gigabytes of raw data — some of which supports the hypothesis that an ancient ocean once existed in the Utopia Planitia, the vast Martian plain that Zhurong is exploring. The construction of the station is based on the experience gained from its precursors, Tiangong-1 and Tiangong-2 The first module, the Tianhe ("Harmony of the Heavens") core module, was launched on 29 April 2021,[ followed by multiple crewed and uncrewed missions and two more laboratory cabin modules Wentian ("Quest for the Heavens") launched on 24 July 2022 and Mengtian ("Dreaming of the Heavens") launched on 31 October 2022.The research conducted on the station aims to improve researchers' ability to conduct science experiments in space. Please Subscribe To The Following Channels. ✅ YouTube: 🤍 ✅ Twitter: 🤍 - If you'd like to support the channel / 如果你想支持我的频道: - 🧧 WeChat / 微信: 🤍 ☕ Buy us a coffee: 🤍 🅿️ Patreon: 🤍 💳 PAYPAL DONATIONS: 🤍 - PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO THE FOLLOWING CHANNELS. 🏆Reporterfy Media:🤍 🏆Shopazon Julia&Lana: 🤍 *🎵Enjoy Our Music*30-day free trial. Cancel anytime.* Get full access to over 35,000 tracks & 90,000 sound effects. 🎵Music supplied by Epidemic Sound: 🤍 Email us or comment if you want to know the music we used. Let us know in the comments. If you learned something, please don’t forget to leave a thumbs up and make sure to subscribe to Reporterfy Media. All drone footage was licensed or otherwise created by the producer. All voiceovers were created by myself in a studio from my research notes. I own of have paid a full license fee for all footage. I also have a full license for any additional graphics, transitions and music. Special thanks to 60 minutes and CGTN for FAIR USE footage for this documentary. Fully registered commercial copyright material. No unauthorized use of our footage is accepted. Copyright © 2022 by Reporterfy Media. All Rights Reserved. All footage from CCTV has been FULLY LICENCED by Reporterfy Media 🔔 Mark Your Calendar🔔Video Link Here : 🤍 🔴CHINA"S TAKES OVER THE MOON | 让美国人震惊的中国探月计划
China has successfully landed a spacecraft on Mars, state media announced early on Saturday. The six-wheeled Zhurong robot was targeting Utopia Planitia, a vast terrain in the planet's northern hemisphere. The vehicle used a combination of a protective capsule, a parachute and a rocket platform to make the descent. The successful touchdown is a remarkable achievement, given the difficult nature of the task. Only the Americans have really mastered landing on Mars until now. All other countries that have tried have either crashed or lost contact soon after reaching the surface. Chinese President Xi Jinping congratulated the mission team on its "outstanding achievement" in a special message. Please subscribe HERE 🤍 #China #BBCNews
In the past few months, there has been speculation around what is happening on the red planet and a good chuck of it relies upon the rover the Chinese Space Agency operates on Martian surface – the notorious Zhurong rover. While major space agencies have their eyes currently set on the Martian surface, the planet is not friendly – to say the least. In today’s episode, we are going to cover a huge update regarding the Chinese Space Programs mission on Mars #mars #china #chinaspace #chinanews Chapters 00:00 – Intro 01:10 - Tianwen-1 Updates 04:00 – Further Explanation
As the first Mars rover probe launched by China, Tianwen-1 Zhurong rover has completed the three major technical steps of Mars exploration at one time. The three steps are Orbiting, landing, and patrolling, which are, entering Mars orbit, landing on the surface of Mars, and the rover walking and patrolling around. Why did China’s space agency successfully break the so-called "Mars curse" with its very first Mars rover landing mission? How did the various aerospace technologies involved in the Zhurong landing process develop?
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The U.S. and China are locked in a fierce battle in the race for Mars. China's Zhurong rover is circling Mars as the country attempts to land a spacecraft on the red planet for the first time, just months after NASA landed its Perseverance rover. Photos: NASA; CCTV More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: 🤍 Visit the WSJ Video Center: 🤍 On Facebook: 🤍 On Twitter: 🤍 On Snapchat: 🤍 #WSJ #NASA #Mars
Last year, China put their own rover on Mars’ red soil. China’s Zhurong Mars rover landed at Utopia Planitia. When it comes to the red planet of our solar system there was only one country on the horizon of accomplishing the “To The Mars” achievement by landing some rovers on the surface of Mars. But last year, China entered the list by putting their own rover on Mars’ red soil. China’s Zhurong Mars rover landed at Utopia Planitia, a large plain in the northern lowlands of the planet back in May 2021. More than a year has passed since the 530 lb rover started to glide through the surface of the red planet. And during this time Zhurong has sent a lot of data so let's see what this Chinese rover was able to discover! TECH BANG! is the place to find the newest technology trends and innovations. We cover electric cars, space exploration and futuristic tech. Subscribe now if you haven't yet!
kim yoo-jung? You won’t believe this! China has just rejected America on its request to join the Chinese space station. Earlier, the US followed an offensive space policy and made the worst mistake: it kept China away from the space program. Even the US allowed various Western countries to cooperate on the space exploration program, but China was pushed away. Perhaps, the US thought China could never have the technological advancements to build its own space station. Well, now China has built its international space station called Tiangong. Instead of one space station, now, we can see two space stations roaming around the world. One belongs to all countries, including the US, while the other is solely China. Various countries have requested China to cooperate on the space station program, which China has welcomed. But the rivalry with the US will be intact. What did China do to the US about the space station? Welcome back to another exciting episode of our channel. Innovation Diary brings you China's Innovation stories and projects in different parts of the world. If you are new to the channel and enjoy learning about fast-paced modernity, especially China’s development, you will definitely find our videos intriguing. In this video, we will uncover how China rejected the US request and how countries are joining the Chinese space station. Let’s get started. The International Space Station we had earlier was limited to 15 countries collaborating on the program. This space station works as a space laboratory, gathers information and sends it back to the station on earth. A team of astronauts always takes care of this space station that can come from Europe, the US, Canada, Japan or even Russia. However, China was kept from the international space station due to some unreasonable excuses. Since 2011, the US Congress has banned NASA from cooperating with China in any way on the International Space Station. The reason presented for this ban was China's human rights violation and the US's national interest. No one knows how China’s participation in the International Space Station could harm anyone in any way. However, the US's ego, pride and hegemony would certainly be harmed if China is allowed to participate in the program. * Welcome To Innovation Diary For Chinese Innovation Like Technology, Engineering And Construction Projects, SUBSCRIBE ► 🤍 WATCH MORE INTERESTING AND EDUCATIVE VIDEO'S BELOW; China Abandons United Kingdom $27 Billion Project | FTX | China Technology | NDE ► 🤍 China Leave American President Shocked, Build The Longest Undersea Tunnel In The World | FTX ► 🤍 Driver's Nightmare! China Has Built The Most Complex Overpass In The World | China Technology ► 🤍 China Has The Longest Bridge In The World | China Technology | FTX ► 🤍 China Puts $70,000 Million To Buy Largest Iron Ore Mine | China Technology ► 🤍 China’s Going For Flying Train Of Speed 4000 KM/H ► 🤍 MUSIC: StoryBlocks/Audio Library 🎥FOOTAGE licensed through StoryBlocks and Filmpac. DISCLAIMER: Our channel is purely made for entertainment purposes, based on facts, rumors, and fiction. Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statutes that might otherwise be infringing. Thank You for watching! #China #Chinatechnology #unitedstates
Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free here: 🤍 China has released new photos of the surface of Mars collected by its Tianwen-1 probe mission launched in July 2020. The images shared on June 29, 2022, include shots of the planet’s southern polar region and an 18km (11 miles) high volcano. The Tianwen-1 spacecraft carried an orbiter to circle Mars, as well as a lander and rover that reached its surface in February 2021. China is not the only nation exploring the red planet. US space agency Nasa is also conducting studies with its Curiosity and Perseverance rovers. Related story: It’s a wrap for China Mars mission, but rover and orbiter still good to go 🤍 Support us: 🤍 Follow us on: Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Linkedin: 🤍 #scmp #China #China'sspaceprogramme
An unmanned Chinese spacecraft successfully landed on the surface of Mars on Saturday. China is now the third country to make a touchdown on Mars, after Russia, in 1971, and the US five years later. The Tianwen-1 spacecraft landed on a site on a vast plain known as Utopia Planitia, “leaving a Chinese footprint on Mars for the first time”, China’s state news agency Xinhua said. Al Jazeera’s Alexi O'Brien reports. - Subscribe to our channel: 🤍 - Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 - Find us on Facebook: 🤍 - Check our website: 🤍 #ChinaMarsMission #Zhurong #Tianwen1
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Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free here: 🤍 China's Mars rover Zhu Rong successfully landed on the red planet on May 15, 2021 after “nine minutes of terror” – Nasa’s name for the interval when engineers on Earth have no control or oversight of the rover because of radio signal delay. This means the rover must land without human intervention. Launched into orbit in the summer of 2020, the spacecraft circled Mars before attempting a landing. An American rover, Perseverance, landed on Mars a few months earlier and is still active, raising competition between China and the US on Earth and in space. Zhu Rong’s next mission is to collect and analyse data on Mars’ climate and geology. Support us: 🤍 Follow us on: Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Linkedin: 🤍
Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free here: 🤍 China’s Mars orbiter Tianwen-1 sent back images showing the probe circling above the north pole of the red planet on January 1, 2022. China launched its space mission to Mars on July 23, 2020, becoming only the second country to land on Mars seven months later. The space agency said the Tianwen-1 orbiter and Zhu Rong rover remain in “good condition”, as one of the country’s most ambitious space missions continues. Related story: China space probe enters Mars orbit 🤍 Support us: 🤍 Follow us on: Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Linkedin: 🤍 #scmp #China #China’sMarsmission
China has launched its first independent mission to Mars. It will take seven months to reach the Red Planet, where it will attempt to land and release a rover that will explore the planet and conduct experiments. This is just one of a number of ambitious space projects by China, but it has competition. Al Jazeera's Laura Burdon-Manley reports. - Subscribe to our channel: 🤍 - Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 - Find us on Facebook: 🤍 - Check our website: 🤍 #AlJazeeraEnglish #China #Mars
Chinese scientists have acquired some scientific outcomes of originality based on the first-hand data of the Tianwen-1 mission, according to the China National Space Administration. 🤍 Welcome to subscribe us on: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Video on Demand: 🤍cctvplus.com If you are in demand of this video footage, please contact with our business development team via email: service🤍cctvplus.com
China's Tianwen-1 lander and 'Zhurong' rover landed on the Utopia Planitia region of the Red Planet on May 14, 2021. Watch the landing in this animation. Full Story: 🤍 Credit: China Central Television (CCTV)
This summer the planets favorably align for spacecraft to reach Mars with the least amount of fuel. China is among the countries undertaking the mission while working on bigger ambitions that could one day challenge the U.S.’s leadership in space. Photo Composite: Crystal Tai More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: 🤍 Visit the WSJ Video Center: 🤍 On Facebook: 🤍 On Twitter: 🤍 On Snapchat: 🤍 #WSJ #Space #Moon
Zhurong has been exploring the red planet for a little over a year and has primarily been moving around Utopia Planitia. One of its instruments, a ground penetrating radar, is providing the world with the first data on the subsurface structure of Utopia since Viking-2 was shut down in 1980. The combined spacecraft launched in July 2020 and arrived in orbit around Mars in February. The Mars rover Zhurong landed on the plains of Utopia Planitia on May 14. Credits: CNSA Sources: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Please like, comment, share and subscribe to our channel for more interesting videos.... 🤍 For more information email us via physicsinsight81🤍gmail.com #Zhurong #rover #Mars #China #space #universe #utopia
On May 21, 2021 CNSA published images of Mars Rover Zhurong driving on Red Planet around general station. The rover's mission planned tasks are to: Study the topography and geology of the local area; examine the soil and any ice content; survey the elements, minerals and rocks; atmospheric sampling. Tianwen-1 mission was the second of three Martian exploration missions launched during the July 2020 window, after the United Arab Emirates Space Agency’s Hope orbiter, and before NASA’s Mars 2020 mission, which landed the Perseverance rover with the attached Ingenuity helicopter drone. Credit: cctv.com, China Central Television, CNSA/Thomas Appéré #mars #zhurong #tianwen1
China's National Space Administration has released footage captured by the country's Mars probe. The videos and photos taken by the camera installed on the Zhurong rover of the Tianwen-1 spacecraft show the lander deploying a parachute before touching down on the surface of Mars and the rover driving away from its landing platform. State broadcaster CCTV said Zhurong had been working on the red planet for 42 days and had moved 236 metres so far. Subscribe to Guardian News on YouTube ► 🤍 China’s Mars rover drives across planet a week after landing ► 🤍 The Guardian publishes independent journalism, made possible by supporters. Contribute to The Guardian today ► 🤍 Website ► 🤍 Facebook ►🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 Instagram ► https://instagram/guardian
Mars Mission: China completed a crucial landing test on November 14 in the northern Hebei province ahead of a historic unmanned mission to Mars. The Mars lander underwent a hovering-and-obstacle avoidance test at a sprawling site littered with small rocks to simulate the uneven terrain on Mars which the lander would have to navigate on its descent to the planet’s surface. Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free here: 🤍 Full story: 🤍 Follow us on: Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Linkedin: 🤍
If you have been following the news lately, you have probably seen a lot of talk about the Artemis launch and NASA’s moon missions. The launch was really fun to watch and track has it approached the moon. But, if you are following space news, you might have also seen a lot of news about China’s space station and Taikonauts returning to earth. In this video I look at some of the projects China is planning to build in space in the next few decades. They might not complete them all, but it is interesting to see what is being planned for the future. Leave a comment below to let me know which project you like most or think will actually be completed in the future. Also, I would love it if you subscribe to our channel: 🤍 and VPN because it might help: 🤍 _ FOLLOW US ON OUR TRAVELS: 🤍 🤍 🤍 _
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Engineer Hiddekel Morrison explains how China discovers water on Mars by analyzing data from the Zhurong Mars rover that shows evidence of wind and possibly water erosion. China's Zhurong rover finds rocks with erosion marks similar to those caused by contact with water on Mars in a comprehensive update of China's Zhurong rover's Mars mission, with major advances, and its latest discovery as part of the mission Tianwen1 which was deployed by the China National Space Administration CNSA. ZHURONG MARS ROVER REACHES NEW MILESTONE Chinese Tianwen1 mission CHINA MARS MISSION #China #Zhurong #Tianwen1 #Mars #Documentary CREDIT IMAGES AND VIDEOS: China National Space Administration (CNSA) / CCTV / CNSA / CGTN / XINHUA / NASA / JPL-Caltech DATA SOURCE: International space agencies and reputable news sources. Research and professional experience of Engineer Hiddekel Morrison zhurong driving zhurong new pics zhurong first images zhurong zhurong
China's first Mars exploration mission, Tianwen-1, entered orbit at the Red Planet on February 10, 2021. "Slight vibration of the probe after engine ignition can be seen clearly" in the footage captured by Tianwen-1, according to China Central Television. Credit: Space.com | footage courtesy: China Central Television | produced & edited by [Steve Spaleta](🤍
SCMP journalist Nadeem Shad speaks with freelance space journalist and China space industry expert Andrew Jones about the Tianwen-1 mission to Mars, and the audacious plan to deliver a vehicle to the Martian surface. Hear how the other missions being sent by NASA and the United Arab Emirates are not a new 'space race', and how it might just take FBI permission to allow an American spacecraft to communicate with a Chinese one. Hear also why 2020 was one of the busiest years in China's history of space travel - and how it is embracing the commercial market to private companies keen to launch vehicles into space. #scmppodcasts iTunes: 🤍 Spotify: 🤍 Google: 🤍 Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free here: 🤍 Follow us on: Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Linkedin: 🤍
Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free here: 🤍 Asia’s largest single-aperture fully steerable antenna is ready to go into service to communicate with the Tianwen-1 Mars mission deployed by China. The antenna in Tianjin city in northern China has a diameter of 70 metres (230ft). It covers some 4,560 square metres (49,000 sq ft), an area about the size of 10 basketball courts. Chinese officials said on February 3, 2021, that the dish will help collect data from the Tianwen-1 Mars probe when it enters orbit around the red planet on February 10. Support us: 🤍 Follow us on: Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Linkedin: 🤍
China’s Tianwen-1 mission and NASA’s Mars 2020 mission have made some insane new discoveries that have changed much we knew about the planet so far. In this episode, we are going to talk about China and US Insane new discoveries on Mars. #chinaspace #mars #marscolonization #nasa Chapters 01:04 - Tianwen 1 – The Pride of CNSA 2:08 - China | Zhurong Rover’s Fresh Discoveries 05:34 - US | Perseverance Rover’s Fresh Discoveries
China hopes to be the third country to land on Mars with its latest mission, Tianwen-1. » Subscribe to Seeker! 🤍 » Watch more Countdown to Launch: 🤍 » Visit our shop at 🤍 China’s Tianwen-1 is a mission to the red planet that consists of an orbiter and a rover that will blast off on a Long March 5 rocket from China’s Wenchang Satellite Launch Center in summer 2020 with a planner arrival sometime in 2021. The space mission plans to travel to Mars and examine the surface of the planet. Among the instruments aboard the rocket is a radar on the rover that could detect pockets of water beneath the surface which may in turn contain life. Find out all you need to know about China’s Mars Mission and what the findings could mean for the scientific community in this Countdown to Launch. #mars #china #tianwen1 #space #rocket #seeker #science #countdowntolaunch Read More: China’s first mission to Mars 🤍 "The spacecraft will be launched at the Wenchang Satellite Launch Center on Hainan Island4 and ejected directly into the Earth–Mars transfer orbit using the Long March 5 launch vehicle. The Tianwen-1 probe, with a mass (including fuel) of about 5 tonnes, comprises an orbiter and a lander/rover composite." Scientific Objectives and Payloads of Chinese First Mars Exploration 🤍 "The probe for the first Mars exploration mission is comprised of an orbiter and a lander/rover. The orbiter carries the landing/roving probe to complete the flight process of the Earth-Mars transfer and the Mars capture and orbit maneuver. " China's Tianwen-1 Mars spacecraft: Everything we know about the daring mission 🤍 ""Tianwen-1 is going to orbit, land and release a rover all on the very first try, and coordinate observations with an orbiter," the mission's chief scientist wrote in a short article for the journal Nature Astronomy on July 13. "No planetary missions have ever been implemented in this way."" Countdown to Launch takes a deep dive into upcoming space missions from around the world. We interview the people involved and explore the science, innovation and technology that makes them possible. Seeker empowers the curious to understand the science shaping our world. We tell award-winning stories about the natural forces and groundbreaking innovations that impact our lives, our planet, and our universe. Visit the Seeker website 🤍 Elements on Facebook 🤍 Subscribe now! 🤍 Seeker on Twitter 🤍 Seeker on Facebook 🤍 Seeker 🤍
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Open your Demat account with Motilal Oswal👇 🤍 चाइना के मंगल ग्रह पर जाने का राज़ क्या है और क्यों है China का Tianwen-1 mission इतना खास ? Subscribe to our new channel: 🤍 fb page: 🤍 instagram: 🤍 Doston, aaj ki duniya me to jaise Mars par jaane ki race shuru ho chuki hai. Har bada desh Mars ki study karne ki koshish kar raha hai aur yaha par apne spacecrafts bhi bhej raha hai. China ki Space Agency CNSA ka Tianwen 1 mission bhi inhi me se ek hai. Hamaare ek pichhle video me maine aapse waada kiya tha ki hum jald hi Tianwen-1 Mission ke baare me ek video laaenge aur lo bhai aaj aapke liye ye video haazir hai. Aaj ki video me hum is mission ke peeche ke itihaas ki sair karenge aur jaanenge iski launching ke baare me. Tianwen-1 Mission ke peeche China ka maksad kya hai aur ye Mars par kab land hone waala hai? Waise kya aap Tianwen ka matlab jaante hain? Agar nahi, to video ko bilkul last tak dekhna kyonki aaj ki video me main aapko in sabhi cheezo ke baare me bataane waala hu. Written, Edited and Voice by: [Shubham Jain, Sujit Kumar & Kaushik] 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 #tianwen1 #chinesemarsmission #antarikshtv 🤍 🤍 Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
On June 27, 2021 CNSA published video of Zhurong Rover driving on Mars with sound included and 4K extended virsion is here. Chinese Zhurong Rover landed on Mars at Utopia Planitia site within Tianwen-1 mission. Video taken by the camera that was dropped to the surface of Red Planet right after the rover was deployed from the lander. Sound of Zhurong Rover Driving recorded on June 1, when Rover was separeted from the lander. Mars' atmosphere is only about 1% as dense as earth’s. Chinese Zhurong Mars Rover has been working on the surface of Mars for 38 Martian days. Rover continues to extend scientific exploration of Red Planet. Zhurong also made Second panoramic 360 degrees image at Utopia Planitia on Mars being far away from the lander. There is image of Parachute pack and Heat Shield on the surface of Red Planet. Source/credit: 🤍 Credit: cnsa.gov.cn, cctv.com, China Central Television #mars #zhurong #rover
China's Long March 5 Y4 rocket is on the launch pad ahead of a summer 2020 Mars launch attempt. It is carrying an orbiter, lander and rover to explore the Red Planet. China's first Mars rover Tianwen-1 launches this week. Here's what it will do: (🤍 * Editor's note: an earlier version of this video needed to be updated. Credit: Space.com / footage & animations courtesy: China Central Television / produced & edited by Steve Spaleta (🤍
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#Chinanews #China&World #Technology China's first Mars exploration mission "Tianwen-1" successfully landed on Mars. What difficulties did the probe encounter during its flight? Why does China carry out Mars exploration activities? Will China be the first country to immigrate to Mars? On June 11, 2021, the China National Space Administration held the unveiling ceremony of the first batch of scientific images of the Tianwen-1 probe landing on Mars, and released the panoramic images of the landing site and the topography of Mars taken by the "Zhurong" rover. Among them, the video of the movement of the Zhurong rover on the surface of Mars is the first time that humans have obtained images of it, marking the complete success of China's first Mars exploration mission. I spent a few days recently sorting out the information of the "Tianwen-1" Mars rover, and in this video, I am going to share with you the story about how China has broken through the technology blockade of more than 40 years and made a success in the Mars exploration field. Hi, everyone. Welcome to Hot Topics Time, a channel to interpret news from a new perspective, and explore the wisdom behind the news. Before we start today's video, please subscribe to our channel, which is the encouragement that we can create more videos. OK, let's continue the topic we are talking about.