China releases new Mars images as nation marks 100 days of red planet exploration

China released the latest images of its Mars rover on Monday, the 100th day of Zhu Rong’s operation on the red planet.The pictures released by the China National Space Administration showed the route of the rover, which had travelled more than 1km south from the landing platform by Monday. The photos were taken by the Tianwen-1 orbiter on Tuesday last week.The space agency said the rover would head towards the boundary between the ancient sea and land in the south of Utopia Planitia, a large…

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