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China successfully "legacy" on Mars

17.05.2021 69 просмотров

Chinese President Xi Jinping congratulated on the successful landing of the first Chinese Martian probe Tianwen-1 on the surface of the Red Planet.


On behalf of the CPC Central Committee, the State Council of the People's Republic of China, and the Central Military Council, Xi Jinping, who is also General Secretary of the CPC Central Committee and Chairman of the Central Military Council, warmly congratulated and sincerely welcomed all the participants of the Chinese Mars Exploration Mission in a congratulatory telegram.

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According to < b>Xi Jinping, with the landing of the Tianwen-1 Martian probe on the surface of the Red Planet, China for the first time left its mark on Mars, which is another important milestone in the development of China's space industry.

"Thanks to your fearlessness in the face of challenges and striving for excellence, China has become one of the leading countries in the exploration of the planets," his congratulatory telegram reads. "The motherland and people will always remember your outstanding achievements," the Chinese leader emphasized.

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It is necessary to carefully organize and carry out the movement on the surface of Mars, as well as scientific research on the Red Planet, be guided by the principle of independence in scientific and technological development and promote major space projects, including the exploration of other planets, Xi Jinping added.

He also called for building up China's power in space technology and making new and greater contributions to the study of mysteries universe and promote the noble cause of peace and human development.

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Member of the Standing Committee of the Politburo of the CPC Central Committee, Vice President Premier of the State Council of the People's Republic of China Han Zheng watched the landing of the Martian probe "Tianwen-1" on the surface of Mars at the Beijing Space Flight Control Center.

Member of the Politburo of the CPC Central Committee, Vice Premier of the State Council of the People's Republic of China Liu He read a congratulatory telegram from Xi Jinping.

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Tianwen-1, consisting of an orbiter, lander and rover, was launched on July 23, 2020 from Wenchang launch site off the coast of the island province of Hainan in southern China. The tasks of "Tianwen-1" within the framework of the mission are to perform an orbital flight, landing on the surface of Mars, as well as moving along the surface of the Red Planet.

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