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Video 5: Tianwen-1 – Zhurong’s Instruments
It’s happening…. the Tianwen-1 Mission is about to touch down on Mars! The Zhurong rover – named after the Chinese god of fire, will attempt the landing on Mars. A historic event for China and planet Earth!
This god of fire is carrying some pretty advanced instruments to the Red Planet. These instruments will study Mars and send back valuable data for studying Martian climate and geology as well as exploring Utopia Planitia, a large plain within Utopia, the largest recognized impact basin on Mars with an estimated diameter of 3300 km.
Video 4: How to CORRECTLY Pronounce Jezero Crater
On February 18, 2021, NASA’s Perseverance rover landed on Mars in Jezero Crater, an ancient lake bed that could hold the key to whether life ever existed on the red planet. There’s just one thing wrong with that previous sentence, though, and it’s how you likely pronounced the word “Jezero”.
Want to know the truth behind the name? Watch our video to find out!
Video 3: All About Those 2021 Mars Missions
What if we told you that there is a Martian robotic invasion happening as we speak?! That tons of metal will be raining down from the sky to conduct all sorts of experiments and science?!
February 2021 will certainly be remembered as the Mars Robotic Invasion Month.
Video 2: Just How Close Did Starman Get to Mars?
On October 7, 2020, SpaceX sent out a tweet that Starman made its closest approach to Mars at 0.05 AU. Back in February 2018, SpaceX launched their Falcon Heavy for the first time. As a test payload, they brought along a Tesla Roadster with a dummy astronaut, “Starman”. Well, we saw this and thought, ‘Exactly how close is that? How big would Mars look?’ So, we answered that! Watch the video to see exactly what Starman would have seen out its window.
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