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Descriere: epa09663195 A handout photo released by the China National Space Administration (CNSA) on 01 January 2022 and taken by the Tianwen-1 Mars mission shows the orbiter flying around the Red Planet in an orbit (issued 02 January 2022). The CNSA published on 01 January four pictures taken by its Tianwen-1 Mars mission, including the first full photo of the mission orbiter. The orbiter's full picture was taken by a camera released by the craft, which is now about 350 million kilometers away from Earth, CNSA said in a statement. Launched in July 2020 from the Wenchang Space Launch Center in Hainan province, the Tianwen-1 robotic probe, named after an ancient Chinese poem, traveled a total of 475 million kilometers and carried out several trajectory maneuvers before entering Martian orbit on 10 February 2021. After over three months of preparations, a landing capsule released by the probe descended through the Martian atmosphere in an extremely challenging landing process and finally touched down on the Red Planet on 15 May 2021, making China the second country, after the United States, to have successfully conducted Martian landing. EPA/CNSA HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES