China shares video and audio from its rover on Mars

The United States is not the only sending country Video of Mars. space news Reports china property chest Video and audio of Zhurong’s first forays into the Red Planet. Sections cover landing as well as sawing and initial movement. There’s also a panorama that reveals how far Zhurong has traveled (around 774 feet in total) from his airstrip.

like with NASA’s Voice of PerseveranceDon’t expect a symphony of aliens. You mainly hear the mechanisms and noise of the wheels on the exit ramp, with the thin atmosphere of Mars affecting the results as well. Martian sound is still extremely rare, so the mission crew cannot be picky.

There is no doubt that the choices are about bragging rights like anything else. Zhurong is part of China’s first truly independent mission to another planet, and the country undoubtedly wants to highlight its achievements in as much detail as possible. Between that and persistence, it’s also clear that exploration of Mars has changed in recent years. It is not enough to present a few photos, the audio-visual experience is more and more part of the course.

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