China-Mars Probe Landing/Animation

China's probe lands on Mars

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1. Animations of entry capsule carrying Tianwen-1's lander and rover detaching from orbiter, traveling in space
2. Animations of entry capsule entering Martian atmosphere
3. Animations of parachute of entry capsule opening
4. Animations of outer shield, parachute of entry capsule jettisoned; retrorocket fired
5. Optical imaging of Mars surface
6. Animations of craft of lander and rover detecting obstacles
7. Animations of laser imaging of Mars surface; craft detecting obstacles
8. Animation of craft touching down on Mars surface
9. Animation of solar panels unfolded
10. Animation of solar system
11. Animations of Mars
12. Animations of Mars surface
13. Animations of orbiter approaching Mars in space
14. Animation of craft touching down on Mars surface
15. Animation of solar panels unfolded
16. Animation of rover leaving lander

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The lander of China's first Mars probe Tianwen-1 has touched down on the red planet, the China National Space Administration (CNSA) confirmed on Saturday morning.

Tianwen-1 landed at a designated area at the southern part of the Utopia Planitia on Mars.

It is the first time China has landed a probe on a planet other than Earth.

Tianwen-1, consisting of an orbiter, a lander and a rover, was launched from the Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site on the coast of southern China's island province of Hainan on July 23, 2020. It was the first step in China's planetary exploration of the solar system, with the aim of completing orbiting, landing and roving on the red planet in one mission.

The name Tianwen, meaning Questions to Heaven, comes from a poem written by the ancient Chinese poet Qu Yuan (about 340-278 BC). China's first Mars rover is named Zhurong after the god of fire in ancient Chinese mythology, which echoes with the Chinese name of the red planet: Huoxing (the planet of fire).

The spacecraft entered the Mars orbit in February after a journey of nearly seven months through space and spent more than two months surveying potential landing sites.

In the early hours of Saturday, the spacecraft began to descend from its parking orbit, and the entry capsule enclosing the lander and rover separated from the orbiter at about 04:00.

After flying for approximately three hours, the entry capsule hurtled toward the red planet and entered the Mars atmosphere, initiating the riskiest phase of the whole mission.

After the outer shield and parachute of the entry capsule were jettisoned, the craft carrying Tianwen-1's lander and rover started the preparation of landing, while detecting obstacles on Mars surface. It lasted about nine minutes for the craft to plummet and touch down on Mars.

Following the landing, Mars rover Zhurong, where six types of scientific payloads are designed to unlock more secrets of the red planet, is expected to be released.

In 2016, the CNSA announced that China would launch its first mission to Mars around 2020 and complete orbiting, landing, and roving the red planet in one mission.

Before this, a Mars orbiter, named Yinghuo-1, was launched along with Russia's Phobos-Grunt spacecraft in November 2011. The spacecraft, however, failed to complete the orbital transfer on the path to Mars.

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China-Mars Probe Landing/Animation

China's probe lands on Mars

Dateline : May 15, 2021/Recent

Location : China

Duration : 2'33

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China - Recent (China National Space Administration - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Animations of entry capsule carrying Tianwen-1's lander and rover detaching from orbiter, traveling in space
2. Animations of entry capsule entering Martian atmosphere
3. Animations of parachute of entry capsule opening
4. Animations of outer shield, parachute of entry capsule jettisoned; retrorocket fired
5. Optical imaging of Mars surface
6. Animations of craft of lander and rover detecting obstacles
7. Animations of laser imaging of Mars surface; craft detecting obstacles
8. Animation of craft touching down on Mars surface
9. Animation of solar panels unfolded
10. Animation of solar system
11. Animations of Mars
12. Animations of Mars surface
13. Animations of orbiter approaching Mars in space
14. Animation of craft touching down on Mars surface
15. Animation of solar panels unfolded
16. Animation of rover leaving lander


The lander of China's first Mars probe Tianwen-1 has touched down on the red planet, the China National Space Administration (CNSA) confirmed on Saturday morning.

Tianwen-1 landed at a designated area at the southern part of the Utopia Planitia on Mars.

It is the first time China has landed a probe on a planet other than Earth.

Tianwen-1, consisting of an orbiter, a lander and a rover, was launched from the Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site on the coast of southern China's island province of Hainan on July 23, 2020. It was the first step in China's planetary exploration of the solar system, with the aim of completing orbiting, landing and roving on the red planet in one mission.

The name Tianwen, meaning Questions to Heaven, comes from a poem written by the ancient Chinese poet Qu Yuan (about 340-278 BC). China's first Mars rover is named Zhurong after the god of fire in ancient Chinese mythology, which echoes with the Chinese name of the red planet: Huoxing (the planet of fire).

The spacecraft entered the Mars orbit in February after a journey of nearly seven months through space and spent more than two months surveying potential landing sites.

In the early hours of Saturday, the spacecraft began to descend from its parking orbit, and the entry capsule enclosing the lander and rover separated from the orbiter at about 04:00.

After flying for approximately three hours, the entry capsule hurtled toward the red planet and entered the Mars atmosphere, initiating the riskiest phase of the whole mission.

After the outer shield and parachute of the entry capsule were jettisoned, the craft carrying Tianwen-1's lander and rover started the preparation of landing, while detecting obstacles on Mars surface. It lasted about nine minutes for the craft to plummet and touch down on Mars.

Following the landing, Mars rover Zhurong, where six types of scientific payloads are designed to unlock more secrets of the red planet, is expected to be released.

In 2016, the CNSA announced that China would launch its first mission to Mars around 2020 and complete orbiting, landing, and roving the red planet in one mission.

Before this, a Mars orbiter, named Yinghuo-1, was launched along with Russia's Phobos-Grunt spacecraft in November 2011. The spacecraft, however, failed to complete the orbital transfer on the path to Mars.

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Published : 2021-05-15 10:00

Last Modified : 2021-05-15 17:07:01

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