In 2011, China tried to send an investigation to Mars during a joint mission with Russia, but the effort stopped, and after that, Beijing decided to continue the adventure alone. At the end of last July, China launched “Tianwen-1”. The probe, which consists of 3 parts, a revolving vehicle (orbiting the planet) and a vehicle. The landing carrying the “Churong” robot, which is controlled remotely, landed on the planet’s surface in the manner shown in the video show, which would allow the robot “Churong” to exit.
The Chinese channel stated that the “landing craft, Tianwen-1, successfully landed in a predetermined area” with the robot “Churong” on Mars, explaining that a “signal” had been received on the ground, indicating that the pilot was a The red planet that has landed in the region is called “Utopia Planesia”. “It is a vast plain situated in the northern part of Mars.
The landing is the first independent effort by the Chinese, who are optimistic that they will accomplish what the Americans have accomplished in many Mars missions since the sixties of the twentieth century. In February, China succeeded in placing “Tianwen-1”. Orbiting Mars and taking pictures of the red planet and early Saturday, it managed to land the probe on the surface of Mars, which would allow the robot to release it.
Chorong, which weighs more than 200 kg, is equipped with four solar panels to supply electricity and is expected to operate for 3 months. It is also equipped with cameras, radar and lasers, which will allow it to study the atmosphere of Mars and analyze the rock structure of the planet. For his name, it is derived from “god of fire” in Chinese mythology.
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