February 10th After the China National Space Administration announced that the Tianwen-1 probe had successfully entered the orbit of the ring fire, the Ground Control Center of the European Space Agency congratulated it on social media and released the first image of Mars previously obtained by Tianwen1.
According to the European Aviation Agency, since the launch of the Tianwen-1 probe in July last year, the European Aviation Agency’s New Norcia ground station in Australia and the Cebreros ground station in Spain have regularly used ultra-high-precision deep space navigation technology.
to measure the orientation of the Tianwen-1 detector to help it always stay on the journey into the predetermined circular fire orbit.
ESA made an image analogy, which is like taking a small step from Darmstadt in Germany to observe an ant in Rome, Italy.
ESA also said that after the landing inspector of Tianwen-1 softly landed on the surface of Mars, the ESA Mars Express space probe will also provide data relay support for the orbiter of Tianwen-1, and send the data collected by the rover back to the ground station on Earth.