China's Jurong Rover has successfully landed on the surface of Mars on Saturday morning after a 7-month space trip, a 3-month orbit orbit and the last difficult 7 minutes. China's National Space Administration (CNSA) confirmed this on Saturday morning. CNSA said the country's first rover Jurong has successfully landed on Mars.
China's National Space Administration said the Tianwen-1 has been launched on July 23, 2020, which included an orbiter, a lander and a rover Jurong. Tianwen-1 has collected very important information since entering mars orbit on about February 10. It is only through this that icy utopia can be detected on the planet.
Why did the rover be named Jurong?: Janha it is learnt that the name of the rover that the dragon sent to its Mars is jurong. Tell me that the name Jurong is given as the fire god of China. The rover is fitted in the belly of China's spacecraft 'Tianven-1'. He was mapping the surface continuously for the rover and lander.
Jurong is a 6-wheeled rover. It has reached the Utopia Planetia plane of Mars, which is part of the northern hemisphere of Mars. China has used a protective capsule, a parachute and rocket platform in this rover.
According to Chinese media, the landing of china's rover on Mars is said to be a major success. Chinese engineers had been working on it for a long time. The present distance of Mars is 32 crore kilometres. This means that it will take 18 minutes for radio messages to reach the earth. The mission is said to be crucial for China as the US is competing for global technological leadership.
According to the information received, the US, Russia, EU and India have successfully landed their spacecraft on Mars before China. India is the first Asian country to have been sending important information and photos of Mars since it succeeded in landing a spacecraft on Mars for the first time in 2014.