China’s Tianwen-1 Martian probe completes mission

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The orbiter and rover of China’s #Tianwen-1 Martian probe have accomplished their planned scientific exploration tasks, to the China National Space Administration (#CNSA) said on Wednesday. The orbiter revolved around #Mars 1,344 times in the last 706 days, and transmitted back to Earth about 1,040 gigabytes of medium-resolution visual data of the entire Martian surface.

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