China’s Tianwen-1 spacecraft captures stunning photos of Mars

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China’s National Space Administration (CNSA) published a series of detailed images on June 29 that were taken by its Tianwen-1 Mars probe and cover the planet’s entire surface. Other images show the 4,000-kilometer-long Valles Marineris canyon and the impact craters of Arabia Terra, an upland region in Mars’s north. China successfully launched the unmanned Tianwen-1 on July 23, 2020, and to date, it has photographed the Red Planet in its entirety over 1,300 orbits.

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