Chevy Corvette remained fastest-selling car in March, Toyota RAV4 Prime not far behind
The Corvette's inventory likely remains in short supply, and ditto for the RAV4 Prime.Still, according to new data from iSeeCars on Wednesday covering the month of March, a Corvette only stuck around at a dealership for 9.4 days on average. The average time to sell a vehicle sits at 47.4 days for all new vehicles, underscoring how quickly a Corvette in stock turns into a sale. While General Motors works to build the sports car as quickly as possible for eager fans, the second-place finisher is pretty surprising.
© - Photo broadcast on 19 May 2021 by the Chinese National Space Agency (CNSA), taken by a Camera of the Chinese Rover Zhurong on the surface of March after landing on the 15th March 2021
China has released the first pictures taken by its Zhurong rover on Mars.
In doing so, it made China only the second nation - after America - to successfully put a probe on the surface of Mars and operate it for a significant length of time. Chinese scientists hope to get at least 90 Martian days of service out of the six-wheeled robot at its location on Utopia Planitia, a vast terrain in the planet's northern hemisphere.
As Chinese , I am so happy for and proud of the achievements the scientists at CNSA are able to accomplish in such a short time! Looking forward to them learning more about the red planet.
How you not know this. Anyway The Chinese launched a Orbiter, Rover , Lander last year. It reached Mars in Feb( I think). Orbited Mars till Last Week (14th) when it attempted to land. Landing was successful. CNSA was all hush hush about the whole affair. Only now have we got the first images of the Rover on Mars.
Solar panels deployed in an extraterrestrial landscape, ramps and antennas pointed to the Martian horizon: the first Chinese probe on the red planet sent its first "selfies" on earth, after its historic landing last week.
The Rover "Zhurong", fixed on an airstrier, penetrated Saturday into the atmosphere of March and became the first probe to have been successful on this planet by a country realizing its first Martian mission.
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China 's Zhurong rover has sent back its first pictures of Mars taken from two different cameras, just four days after it touched down.
The Chinese Mars rover sends two images (and a video).
China National Space Administration (CNSA) released two pictures taken by the Zhurong rover on Mars. The pictures show the equipment of the rover , which landed on the Red Planet on May 14, 2021, as well as bits of the surrounding landscape.
According to CNSA, the robot is currently performing system checks and studying its surroundings. It will be ready to leave the platform and start the journey on either May 22 or 23. The landing on May 14 made China the second country to successfully soft land its probe on Mars and CNSA – the second space agency to operate a robotic
Zhurong, so named after the god of the fire of Chinese mythology, arrived a few months after the last American probe having reached the surface of March, "Perseverance", and was celebrated in China as an important step of its ascent. to the status of spatial superpower. © - Photo Broadcast on May 19, 2021 by the Chinese National Space Agency (CNSA), taken by a Chinese Rover Camera Zhurong on the surface of March after landing on March 15, 2021
The Chinese National Space Agency (CNSA) ) Distributed Wednesday images taken by the rover, which show the obstacle avoidance system and the solar panels of the vehicle, as well as the Martian soil.
"The Internet people, the pictures of Mars you wait with impatience are there," wrote the agency in a publication on social networks containing the images.
in pictures. The first marks pictures sent by the Chinese Rover
after its historic landing last week, the first Chinese probe on the red planet sent on earth its first "selfies". © afp.com/- photo issued on 19 May 2021 by the Chinese National Space Agency (CNSA), taken by a Camera of the Chinese Rover Zhurong on the surface of March after landing on March 15 2021 Solar panels deployed in An extraterrestrial landscape, ramps and antennas pointed to the Martian horizon: the first Chinese probe on the Planet Red sent its first "selfies" on earth, after its his
China has shared the first pictures taken by its Zhurong Mars rover after touching down on the Red Planet’s surface over the weekend. It ’ s a momentous occasion. Early Saturday morning Beijing time, China made history by becoming only the third country after the US and the USSR to successfully land a remotely operated probe on the surface of Mars. Nothing But Plain. China says Zhurong will spend about 90 Martian days to explore the surrounding Utopia Planitia, a huge plain in the Martian northern hemisphere. Scientists believe there are massive deposits of water ice lurking beneath the area
Before starting its work, the rover captured its first pictures of the red planet. And to send a little message to the earthlings on Twitter: “Everything seems ok! Preparation of final deployment and scientific missions. Water and ice under the surface of Mars 100 meters deep?
March : the Zhurong rover arrived safely! On the first photo (in black and white), we can observe the ramp that will allow him to access the surface of the planet. Obviously, the Chinese space agency has opted for a zone without relief, quite suitable for a landing. Only a few stones are present.
The transaction that targets the Rover has been delicate for Chinese engineers. The official media described the use of a parachute to slow down his descent and the deployment of the landing gear as "the most difficult part of the mission".
The vehicle is intended to work three months, which it should take pictures and collect data on local geography.
China has traveled a long way to catch up with Russia and the United States, whose sporalians have decades of experience in spatial exploration. It has successfully launched the first module of its next spatial station last month. She hopes to make her habitable by 2022 and aims to send human beings later on the moon.
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on Mars, the Rover Perseverance finally started his work .
© Mark Garlick / Photo Science Library on Mars, the Rover Persieverance finally started his work party almost a year ago, the Rover Perseverance started his mission of Rock levy Friday, August 6th. But the work did not bear fruit for this first. The Rover Perseverance started to take a piece of rock on Mars, announced NASA Friday, the first of thirty samples that will, in several years, be reported on Earth to be analyzed.