TECH Space engineers say there are no bars to Mars

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Space engineers say there are no bars to Mars

China Daily

09:04, July 19, 2019

3D illustrations of Zhinu (left) and Taishan (right), the names of landing sites for the Chang'e 4 probe on the far side of the moon, which originate from Chinese mythology and astronomy. (Photo: China National Space Administration)

Cameras on the lander of the Chang'e 4 probe capture the moon rover Yutu 2 drives across the lunar surface on Jan 3. (Photo: China National Space Administration)

The probe's lander at rest on the moon. (Photo: China National Space Administration)

Artists' impressions released by the State Administration of Science, Technology and Industry for National Defense on Aug 23, 2016, illustrate the design of the nation's Mars probe and rover. (Photo: Xinhua)

Artists' impressions released by the State Administration of Science, Technology and Industry for National Defense on Aug 23, 2016, illustrate the design of the nation's Mars probe and rover. (Photo: Xinhua)

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