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Just before the Chinese New Year, the Tianwen-1 spacecraft made history for China when it began its orbit of Mars after a 202-day journey.
Zooming through the cosmos, the Chinese spacecraft - whose name means questioning the heavens - was hot on the heels of the United Arab Emirates' interplanetary probe, Hope.
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