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Tianwen-1 At Mars
marsophile
post May 15 2021, 06:14 AM
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QUOTE (Steve5304 @ May 14 2021, 08:30 PM) *
I cant find much information on the instrument loadout of the Zhurong rover but it appears to be packed with instruments. Does anybody have a rundown on what CNSA is trying to study here? Or is it more of a technology demonstrator?


Some information here:

https://spacenews.com/chinas-zhurong-mars-r...topia-planitia/

It mentions 6 science payloads.
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post May 15 2021, 05:37 PM
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QUOTE (Steve5304 @ May 15 2021, 05:30 AM) *
I cant find much information on the instrument loadout


Here is a somewhat detailed article from the State Key Laboratory of Lunar and Planetary Sciences, M.U.S.T./ Macau Space Exploration and Science Center of the National Space Administration.

The Wikipedia entry is also worth reading.

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