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Landing on Mars: the historical missions that failed and the ones that made it

By Osnat Katz, PhD Candidate in Space History, UCL
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China’s rover Zhurong, named after the mythological fire god, successfully touched down on Mars on May 14 – the first time that China has successfully landed a rover on the red planet.

On May 19, China’s National Space Administration issued the first images the rover had taken on Mars.

After a summer of Mars launches in 2020, and with 2021 shaping up to be a successful one for landers and orbiters, it might seem like landing on…


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