The global name of Mars rover has begun! Its up to you!

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 The global name of Mars rover has begun! Its up to you!


Now our Mars probe has set off. Today (24th), the center for lunar exploration and space engineering of the National Space Administration announced that Chinas first Mars rover has officially launched a global naming campaign. The activity is divided into four stages: submission of name solicitation, preliminary evaluation of top ten by judges, three before public voting and three-A weighted evaluation. Finally, the results are announced after approval.

From now on to 24:00 on August 12, it is the first stage of the global naming campaign. During this period, the public can submit it through the official collection channel of mobile app, or it can be delivered to the office of global naming campaign of Chinas first Mars rover in paper form.

Tianwen-1 is Chinas first independent Mars exploration project. It gives the right to name Chinas first Mars rover to the general public, which is more conducive to the popularization of aerospace knowledge, attracting the publics attention to the space industry, and stimulating patriotic enthusiasm.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }The tianwen-1 probe of Chinas first Mars exploration mission was successfully launched into the scheduled orbit by the Long March 5 carrier rocket on the 23rd, officially opening the prelude to Chinas planetary exploration. Tianwen-1 mission plans to achieve three major goals of patrol around through one launch. Next, the probe will fly for about seven months and eventually reach Mars. After the implementation of soft landing, the rover plans to stay on the surface of Mars for 90 days to carry out scientific exploration such as patrol exploration. (CCTV reporter Cui Xia, Xu Jing, Wang Gang, CCTV) source: CCTV news client editor: Liu Xiaowu_ NN4113

The tianwen-1 probe of Chinas first Mars exploration mission was successfully put into the scheduled orbit by the Long March 5 carrier rocket on the 23rd, officially opening the prelude to Chinas planetary exploration. Tianwen-1 mission plans to achieve three major goals of patrol around through one launch. Next, the probe will fly for about seven months and eventually reach Mars. After the implementation of soft landing, the rover plans to stay on the surface of Mars for 90 days to carry out scientific exploration such as patrol exploration.

(CCTV reporter Cui Xia, Xu Jing, Wang Gang)