China's Tianwen-1 Mars mission team has won this year's International Astronautical Federation (IAF) World Space Award, an award recognizing a person or a team for exceptional contributions to space exploration.
China's reusable experimental spacecraft returned to its designated landing site on Sunday after a two-day in-orbit operation.
China launched its first solo mission to Mars called Tianwen-1 on Thursday, one day after it unveiled full-size models of its lander and rover.
China’s first Mars exploration mission Tianwen-1 revealed full-size models of its lander and rover on Wednesday.
The academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences told a Chinese news outlet on July 7 that China will explore Mars next year with a satellite, a lander and a rover.
After a successful excursion to the far side of the moon, China is now planning to send a probe to Mars next year. It has plans of landing a rover on the red planet.
Here's this week's roundup of China tech stories.
With the rapid development of deep space exploration technology, the exploration of Mars has become the target of the space power. Is there life on Mars? Can “Mars immigrant” come true? Can humans build “a second homeland” on Mars? What role will strong AI play in the construction of “Mars base”? And what’s the progress […]