NASA releases flight images of tianwen-1 probe

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 NASA releases flight images of tianwen-1 probe


The size of the five-star red flag on the detector is about 39 cm u00d7 26 cm, which is slightly smaller than a piece of A3 paper and weighs 144 g. the pattern is sprayed by special overprint process with special materials.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }The flight image is taken by a separate measuring sensor carried by the detector. The sensor is installed on the outer wall of the detector and separated from the detector body under the ground control. Two wide-angle lenses installed on both sides of the sensor are used to take an image per second. The image is transmitted to the detector through WiFi communication, and then transmitted to the ground station by the detector.

The flight image is taken by a separate measurement sensor carried by the detector. The sensor is installed on the outer wall of the detector and separated from the detector body under the ground control. Two wide-angle lenses installed on both sides of the sensor are used to take an image per second. The image is transmitted to the detector through WiFi communication, and then transmitted to the ground station by the detector.

The tianwen-1 probe was successfully launched on July 23, and was directly put into the earth fire transfer orbit by the Long March 5 carrier rocket. During the flight, it has successfully completed the Earth Moon group photo acquisition, two orbit midway correction and load self-test. As of 0:00 on October 1, the probe has traveled about 188 million kilometers and is 24.1 million kilometers away from the earth.