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China's Tianwen-1 spacecraft captures stunning photos of Mars as a bright red sunlit crescent

China's Tianwen-1 spacecraft captures stunning photos of Mars as a bright red sunlit crescent

China's Tianwen-1 spacecraft captures stunning photos of Mars as a bright red sunlit crescent

China National Space Administration on Friday released two side images of #Mars  from its #Tianwen-1  probe.

China releases side images of Mars from Tianwen-1 probe

Check two profile photos of the Red Planet. China’s Tianwen-1 probe is observing Mars 11,000 km up in the sky to carefully pick a landing spot in May or June. The Mars probe was launched in July 2020 and arrived at Mars orbit on February 10.

Look at the color view of Mars is one of the first high-def images of the planet sent back by China's Tianwen-1 probe

China's Tianwen-1 mission has given us some new, high-definition views of Mars to marvel over 🥺

China's Tianwen-1 spacecraft shares stunning new photos of the surface of Mars

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China says its Tianwen-1 spacecraft has entered orbit around Mars on a mission to land a rover and collect data on underground water and possible signs of ancient life. It's the second spacecraft in two days to reach the red planet.

China says it has successfully put its Tianwen-1 mission into orbit around Mars

#BREAKING China's first Mars probe Tianwen-1 has successfully entered the orbit of the red planet after a crucial “brake” to decelerate and be captured by Mars gravity, according to #CNSA .

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China sends its first mission to Mars. Tianwen-1 was launched from Wenchang towards the red planet on a voyage that will last until next year. #Mars 

Breaking: China's Mars probe Tianwen-1 sent back first image of #Mars 

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New blog post! Map of Every Mars Landing Attempt, Ever A new and improved map of all the places on Mars where we have landed—or crashed—plus the planned locations for the landings of the future Perseverance, Tianwen-1, and Rosalind Franklin Mars rovers.

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China is about to try to launch an orbiter, lander and rover to Mars. The mission, Tianwen-1, is expected to lift off as early as Thursday. With just one launch, the country is hoping to catch up with decades of American success on the red planet.

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