The China National Space Administration (CNSA) on Thursday released three high-definition images of Mars taken by China's first Mars probe Tianwen-1.
Craters, ridges and sand dunes are visible on two high-resolution panchromatic photos camera taken
at a distance of 330 to 350 km above the red planet, according to CNSA.
The largest crater is about 620 meters in diameter.
A third color image, taken by a medium-resolution camera, captures the north pole of Mars.
A spectrometer, medium- and high-resolution cameras mapped Mars in detail on February 26.
The medium-resolution camera mapped the general land mass and its movements. The high-resolution camera more precisely captured individual landforms.
(Compiled by Han Xiaomeng)