THE 21st CENTURY
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THE 21st CENTURY

China landed on Mars

Chinese space missions aren’t that far behind from the competitive rivals. Finally landed on Martian soil to fill the gap of Space race with the US.

China’s Tianwen-1 mission, which launched on July 23, 2020, will study Mars’ magnetosphere and atmosphere as well as surface and subsurface geological structures. (Courtesy: CASTC)

Chinese space program may not be as old as NASA’s space program. But there expertise in space technology is as matured as the NASA. Following the trend, the China National Space

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HAMZA ABDULLAH

HAMZA ABDULLAH

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Futuristically optimistic to bring efficacious change through innovation, to eventually becoming a TYPE 1 civilization.