The Point: China to explore Mars as Zhurong successfully lands on red planet

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    China successfully landed its Zhurong rover on Mars on Saturday, completing a monumental step in the country’s space program. What’s the rover looking for? What makes the mission so significant? And why does it matter to the international space community? #China #Zhurong

    Guests:

    Xu Yansong

    Director General, Asia-Pacific Space Cooperation Organization

    Mark Hempsell

    Editor, SpaceFlight

    CGTN YouTube Channel

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