China’s new Mars images show off the country’s robust (but secretive) space program

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China’s new Mars images show off the country’s robust (but secretive) space program

Published Friday 1 July 2022

Just this week, the China National Space Administration (CNSA) released a series of high-resolution images of Mars taken by its Tianwen-1 spacecraft, which arrived at the red planet in February 2021 and has been orbiting it ever since. Over the course of more than 1,300 orbits, Tianwen-1 has photographed the entire...

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