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China unveils new Mars images showing national flag on red planet

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Beijing, China - June 11, 2021 (China National Space Administration - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of unveiling ceremony of First Batch of Scientific Images of Tianwen-1 Probe's landing on Mars in progress
2. Various of screen showing images
3. Images taken by China's first Mars rover Zhurong

FILE: Wenchang Satellite Launch Center, Hainan Province, south China - July 23, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
4. Long March-5 rocket carrying Mars probe on launch pad, rocket blasting off
5. Rocket flying
6. Screen showing rocket flying
7. Animation showing Mars probe being separated from rocket
8. Rocket
9. Animation showing Mars orbiter spreading solar panel wings

FILE: Space - Feb 10, 2021 (China National Space Administration - No access Chinese mainland)
10. Various of Tianwen-1 Probe entering orbit around Mars

FILE: China - May 2021 (China National Space Administration - No access Chinese mainland)
11. Animation showing Tianwen-1 orbiting Mars
12. Animation of entry capsule carrying Tianwen-1's lander and rover detaching from orbiter, traveling in space
13. Animation of entry capsule entering Martian atmosphere
14. Animations of parachute of entry capsule opening
15. Animations of craft landing, touching down on Mars surface
16. Animation of solar panels unfolded
17. Animations of craft observing surrounding environment
18. Animation of rover pulling away from landing platform
19. Animation of rover doing exploration

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The China National Space Administration (CNSA) Friday released the first batch of images taken by the country's first Mars rover Zhurong, which included pictures of the Chinese national flag on the red planet.

The images were unveiled at a ceremony in Beijing to mark the success of China's first Mars exploration mission.

The images include the landing site panorama, Martian landscape, and the landing platform with the Chinese national flag on it, as well as a selfie of the rover on the landing platform.

China's Tianwen-1 mission, consisting of an orbiter, a lander, and a rover, was launched from the Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site on the coast of the southern island province of Hainan on July 23, 2020. The lander carrying the rover touched down in the southern part of Utopia Planitia, a vast plain in the northern hemisphere of Mars, on May 15.

The rover Zhurong drove down from its landing platform to the Martian surface on May 22, starting its exploration of the red planet, and making China the second country after the United States to land and operate a rover on Mars.

As of June 11, the rover has been working on the surface of Mars for 28 Martian days to detect the environment, move around the surface, and carry out scientific exploration. A Martian day is approximately 40 minutes longer than a day on Earth.

The orbiter, with a design life of one Martian year (about 687 days on Earth), will relay communications for the rover while conducting its own scientific detection operations.

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China-Mars Probe/New Images

China unveils new Mars images showing national flag on red planet

Dateline : June 11, 2021/File

Location : China;In Space

Duration : 2'16

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Beijing, China - June 11, 2021 (China National Space Administration - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of unveiling ceremony of First Batch of Scientific Images of Tianwen-1 Probe's landing on Mars in progress
2. Various of screen showing images
3. Images taken by China's first Mars rover Zhurong

FILE: Wenchang Satellite Launch Center, Hainan Province, south China - July 23, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
4. Long March-5 rocket carrying Mars probe on launch pad, rocket blasting off
5. Rocket flying
6. Screen showing rocket flying
7. Animation showing Mars probe being separated from rocket
8. Rocket
9. Animation showing Mars orbiter spreading solar panel wings

FILE: Space - Feb 10, 2021 (China National Space Administration - No access Chinese mainland)
10. Various of Tianwen-1 Probe entering orbit around Mars

FILE: China - May 2021 (China National Space Administration - No access Chinese mainland)
11. Animation showing Tianwen-1 orbiting Mars
12. Animation of entry capsule carrying Tianwen-1's lander and rover detaching from orbiter, traveling in space
13. Animation of entry capsule entering Martian atmosphere
14. Animations of parachute of entry capsule opening
15. Animations of craft landing, touching down on Mars surface
16. Animation of solar panels unfolded
17. Animations of craft observing surrounding environment
18. Animation of rover pulling away from landing platform
19. Animation of rover doing exploration


The China National Space Administration (CNSA) Friday released the first batch of images taken by the country's first Mars rover Zhurong, which included pictures of the Chinese national flag on the red planet.

The images were unveiled at a ceremony in Beijing to mark the success of China's first Mars exploration mission.

The images include the landing site panorama, Martian landscape, and the landing platform with the Chinese national flag on it, as well as a selfie of the rover on the landing platform.

China's Tianwen-1 mission, consisting of an orbiter, a lander, and a rover, was launched from the Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site on the coast of the southern island province of Hainan on July 23, 2020. The lander carrying the rover touched down in the southern part of Utopia Planitia, a vast plain in the northern hemisphere of Mars, on May 15.

The rover Zhurong drove down from its landing platform to the Martian surface on May 22, starting its exploration of the red planet, and making China the second country after the United States to land and operate a rover on Mars.

As of June 11, the rover has been working on the surface of Mars for 28 Martian days to detect the environment, move around the surface, and carry out scientific exploration. A Martian day is approximately 40 minutes longer than a day on Earth.

The orbiter, with a design life of one Martian year (about 687 days on Earth), will relay communications for the rover while conducting its own scientific detection operations.

ID : 8203082

Published : 2021-06-11 11:03

Last Modified : 2021-06-11 17:56:01

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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