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The Chinese spacecraft took pictures of the entire planet Mars

The Chinese spacecraft took pictures of the entire planet Mars BEIJING: After more than 1,300 orbits on the Red Planet,…

By Jack , in Latest , at July 2, 2022

The Chinese spacecraft took pictures of the entire planet Mars
BEIJING: After more than 1,300 orbits on the Red Planet, the Chinese spacecraft Tian Wen I has photographed the whole of Mars. He also photographed the South Pole for the first time.

To do this, scientists orbited Tian Wen I in different directions and angles around Mars and somehow scanned the entire planet for high-quality images.

On Wednesday, the Chinese space agency released the first image of Mars at the South Pole, suggesting that there may be water reserves. Tian Wen I arrived in Mars orbit in February 2021 and is also China’s first Mars mission. A robotic vehicle was also landed on Mars.

 

Earlier in 2018, an arbiter of the European Space Agency said that vast reservoirs of water at the South Pole of Mars seem to be closed. Further research has shown that there may be some form of life here, but so far it is thought that there may be ice on the Mars South Pole.

The Chinese spacecraft has also taken pictures of the 4,000 km long Wales Mariners, which is a narrow gorge, and has also captured small and large pits in the camera.

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