China on Friday delivered new panoramic images snapped by its Mars wanderer Zhurong pausing dramatically as it moved along the red planet with a triumphant presentation of national banners.

The four photographs delivered by the China National Space Administration uncover the upper phase of the six-wheeled, solar-powered vehicle and the view from before it moved off its foundation.

Zhurong set a far off camera around 33 feet from the stage, then, at that point pulled out to take a group representation, the CNSA said.

The orbiter and lander include Chinese banners — and the lander has diagrams of the mascots for the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics and Paralympics.

The Tianwen-1 spacecraft conveying Zhurong, named after a lord of fire in Chinese mythology, arrived on the planet last month subsequent to going through around 90 days in circle.

China is the subsequent nation to land and work a spacecraft on Mars, after the US.

The wanderer’s main goal is required to most recent three months, during which it will look for signs or evidence of old life on Mars’ surface as the orbiter conducts logical discovery tasks, media revealed.

“China will distribute the connected logical information in an ideal way to allow humanity to partake in the products of the nation’s space exploration development,” CNSA chief Zhang Kejian said, as indicated by the network, which refered to a report in state-run Xinhua.

The wanderer is investigating a region known as Utopia Planitia, particularly looking for indications of water or ice that could give hints regarding whether Mars at any point supported life.

At 6 feet in stature, Zhurong is fundamentally more modest than the American Perseverance wanderer, which is investigating the planet with a small helicopter.

NASA anticipates that its vehicle should gather its first example in July for get back to Earth as right on time as 2031.

Notwithstanding the Mars mission, China’s space program intends to send the primary group to its new space station one week from now.

The three group individuals intend to remain for 90 days on the Tianhe, or Heavenly Harmony, station, far surpassing the length of past Chinese missions.