China says it will carry out its first Mars exploration in July or August - News Summed Up

China says it will carry out its first Mars exploration in July or August


The Mars rover is expected to operate for at least 90 Mars days, which roughly account to three months on Earth. The Chinese Mars rover is expected to operate for at least 90 Mars days, which roughly account to three months on Earth. The Mars exploration mission was named 'Tianwen-1', or 'Questions to Heaven', after an ancient Chinese poem. The Mars exploration is among several new space projects China is pursuing, including putting Chinese astronauts on the moon and having a space station by 2022. The United Arab Emirates plans to launch the first Arab probe to the red planet on July 15 from Japan.


Source: Daily Mail June 02, 2020 15:11 UTC



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