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On its first try, China's Zhurong rover hit a Mars milestone that took NASA decades

By Sara Webb, PhD candidate in Astrophysics, Swinburne University of Technology
Rebecca Allen, Swinburne Space Office Project Coordinator | Manager Swinburne Astronomy Productions, Swinburne University of Technology
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China has fast-tracked its way onto the red planet, almost matching NASA's capability in a fraction of the time. Its Zhurong rover will become the first to measure Mars's magnetic field.

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