China releases new images taken by Mars rover

Added On July 11, 2021

China's Mars rover Zhurong has sent back new images about the Martian rocks, sand and dust.

According to China's space authority, as of Thursday, Zhurong has been working on the Martian surface for 54 Martian days and has traveled more than 300 meters.
The navigation terrain camera takes images of the landforms along the way every day. The subsurface radar, meteorological measurement instrument and surface magnetic field detector were also turned on.
China's Tianwen-1 mission, consisting of an orbiter, a lander, and a rover, was launched on July 23, 2020. The lander carrying the rover touched down on Mars on May 15.