Listen to the sounds of China’s Zhurong rover on Mars’ surface.

Listen to the sounds of China’s Zhurong rover on Mars’ surface.

In March, NASA delivered the sound of its Perseverance meander terminating lasers on the outside of Mars. Presently China has born sound of what it says is its Zhurong meanderer showing up on the red planet and getting comfortable, Space News reports. China has likewise delivered photos of its Mars wanderer, which is startlingly adorable as we found in its anything but half a month prior. 

Pay attention to what it seems like as Zhurong rolls down the slope of its lander vehicle onto the surface (yet to deal with your assumptions: you’re not going to hear any “seat” commotions). The sunlight based controlled Zhurong initially arrived on Mars in May, part of China’s Tianwen-1 mission, which showed up in Mars’ circle in February. In the wake of sliding from the Tianwen-1 orbiter over the planet’s surface, Zhurong started its Martian excursion on Utopia Planitia, a smooth plain where NASA’s Viking 2 lander landed in 1976. 

NASA’s Curiosity meanderer, which arrived on Mars in 2012, was spotted by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter climbing the planet’s Mont Marcou last month. That is more than 1,000 miles from the Jezero Crater where the US wanderer Perseverance landed in February, nonetheless. Hence, it’s anything, but probably the two meanderers will hang out together at any point shortly. 

Zhurong, named for a Chinese lord of fire, is practically partially through its 90-day mission. In any case, as different meanderers on the red planet, it could keep on crossing Mars’ surface for quite a long while. 

The sunlight based controlled Zhurong initially arrived on Mars in May, part of China’s Tianwen-1 mission that showed up in Mars circle in February. After sliding from the Tianwen-1 orbiter over Earth’s surface, Zhurong started its excursion to Mars on Utopia Planitia, a smooth plain where NASA’s Viking 2 lander arrived in 1976. 

More than 1,000 miles from the Jezero Crater where the US wanderer Perseverance arrived in February, however. Hence, the two meanderers aren’t probably going to hang out together at any point shortly. NASA’s Curiosity meanderer, which came on Mars in 2012, was spotted by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, the Mont Marcou. Climb the planet last month. 

Named after a Chinese fire god, Zhurong is practically part of the way through his 90-day mission. Yet, as different looters on the red planet, it very well maybe keep on navigating the outside of Mars for quite a long while.

 

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