2021-05-20

NASA sent another congratulatory message: Congratulations to the first batch of images from the Mars Rover Zhurong

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China News Service, May 20. According to foreign media reports, on the 19th, NASA Director Nelson issued a statement congratulating China’s Zhurong rover for sending back the first batch of Martian images.

NASA sent another congratulatory message: Congratulations to the first batch of images from the Mars Rover Zhurong

Nelson’s personal social account And a statement published on NASA’s official website said, “Congratulations to the China National Space Administration for receiving the first batch of images from the Zhurong Mars rover!” He said that as the international scientific community’s robotic probe team has gradually grown on Mars, The United States and the world are looking forward to the new discovery of Zhurong, which can promote human understanding of Mars.

Nelson said that he looks forward to future international discoveries that can help understand and develop the capabilities needed for humans to set foot on Mars.

NASA sent another congratulatory message: Congratulations to the first batch of images from the Mars Rover Zhurong(1)

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p > On the 19th, China National Space Administration released the images taken by the “Zhu Rong” Mars rover during the landing process of the Tianwen-1 mission probe. Image courtesy of the National Space Administration

Previously, Thomas Zurbuchen, chairman of NASA’s Science Mission Directorate, once published an article when “Tianwen-1” successfully landed on Mars, “ Congratulations to the China National Space Administration’s’Tianwen-1′ team, China’s first Mars probe, Zhu Rong, successfully landed on Mars! Together with the global scientific community, I look forward to this Mars mission will help mankind understand what this red planet has done Important contribution.”

According to the telemetry signal sent by the “Zhu Rong” Mars rover, on May 15th, Beijing time, the Tianwen 1 Landing Patrol successfully landed in the pre-selected landing area in the southern Utopia Plain of Mars. China’s first Mars exploration mission to Mars was a complete success.