China’s Zhurong rover sends a selfie from Mars
China’s Zhurong rover returns landing footage and sounds from Mars
China’s Zhurong Rover Begins Roaming Mars
China’s Zhurong Rover Took A Wireless Camera To Mars And Snapped An Adorable Group Photo
China releases new images from Zhurong rover to mark 100 days on Mars
Looking out across Utopia Planitia, snapping a 360° circle from its navigation terrain camera on the rover's mast.
CNSA China's rover is exploring Utopia Planitia, a large plains area.
The results show that regions of Mars that the rover trundled over have properties similar to those of compact, sandy soil on Earth.
Retrieved 21 July 2021.
Now, initial data collected by the rover suggests that the site has been subject to long periods of weathering in the past by wind, and maybe even water.
Zhurong, which has been since last month, is to match the Chinese name for Mars, Huoxing, which means planet of fire.