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China’s Mars rover finishes 90-day mission

China’s Mars rover has finished its arranged 90-day mission completely charged and in great condition, and will keep on investigating, as per reports.

The Zhurong rover would keep on investigating Mars’ Utopia Planitia, the huge region where it put down, the country’s National Space Administration said Friday, as per The Associated Press.

The Zhurong rover landed May 14, and has been sending pictures of the Red Planet back from that point forward through China’s Tianwen-1 orbiter.

It’s traveled 889 meters and gathered 10 gigabytes of raw information, as per the Communist Party of China’s Global Times.

China and the United States are the solitary countries to effectively put a rover on Mars.

China is additionally assembling a space station, the first module of which, Tianhe, is currently in orbit around Earth, as indicated by the AP. China is prohibited from the International Space Station.

The country likewise recently brought moon rocks down to Earth, as indicated by AP — the first country to do as such since the United States.

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