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No spacecraft is safe from the Red Planet’s swirling dust.No spacecraft is safe from the Red Planet’s swirling dust.

Dust Storm Sends China’s Mars Rover Into Safe Mode

We may have heard the last from China's Zhurong for a while, after the solar-powered Mars rover entered a dormant state due to winter's cold and local sand and dust storms.

China's Mars rover is hibernating through the harsh Red Planet winter | Space

China's first Mars mission, Tianwen-1, has been smoothly going on for a whole year.

Beyond Infinity: One year on Tianwen-1's triumphant landing on Mars - CGTN

It has been a year since China's Tianwen-1 probe reached Mars. The mission has not only marked an important step in exploration.It has been a year since China's Tianwen-1 probe reached Mars. The mission has not only marked an important step in exploration.

Tianwen-1 mission marks first year on Mars - Technology Times

China's Mars rover Zhurong has entered a dormancy period and is expected to resume operations toward the end of the year, according to the China National Space Administration.

Mars rover enters dormancy period

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