A Chinese rover has transmitted photos from the Red Planet to Earth

The Chinese rover Zhurong sent to Earth some images from the surface of the Red Planet, including selfies. BBC News reported this.

The robot, which landed on Mars in May, installed a wireless camera on the surface of the planet and drove off to take a picture of it. The second image shows the landing platform, and another one shows a panorama from the landing site. The platform and the rover are decorated with Chinese flags.

The photos were presented by the National Space Administration of the People’s Republic of China at a ceremony in honor of the successful continuation of the mission.

Recall that the Zhurong rover landed on May 15 from the Tianwen-1 spacecraft, which was launched on July 23, 2020. The spacecraft entered the orbit of Mars in February after seven months of flight, more than two months he chose a place to land.

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