22 August 2018
Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) and China Academy of Space Technology (CAST) signed an agreement on 22 August to jointly develop a camera for China's first Mars probe. The two sides will develop and produce a camera on the mission’s spacecraft scheduled for launch in 2020, which will conduct orbital and surface exploration of the red planet. The "Mars Landing Surveillance Camera," to be located on the outside top surface of the Mars lander, will monitor the deployment status of the Mars rover with respect to the status of its solar panel, antenna, as well as movement.
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