In July this year, three Mars probes, UAE hope, China tianwen-1 and American perseverance, were launched successively, heading for the red planet, opening a new chapter in human Mars exploration. So where are all three of them now? What’s the status? As of 9:00 on September 11, China’s tianwen-1 has flown 137 million kilometers, about 15.3 million kilometers away from the earth. At present, the attitude is stable and the energy is balanced. The related work is progressing steadily as planned. < p > < p > on July 27, the tianwen-1 probe looked back at the earth about 1.2 million kilometers away from the earth, and imaged the earth and the moon with optical navigation sensors, and obtained a clear lunar composite image. < p > < p > on August 17, UAE hope completed its first orbit correction, with six delta-V thrusters working for 21 seconds. In the future, several orbit corrections will be carried out, and it is planned to enter the ring fire orbit in February 2021. < / P > < p > on August 24, UAE released two photos taken by hope and sent back to earth. One photo shows two bright white spots in the dark sky, which are Jupiter and Saturn, and the other shows only one bright white spot, which is the destination Mars. Skip to content