The picture is a fake, the shadows of the lander and of the stones on the ground don't go the same direction! It's the proof Mars doesn't exist!
The China National Space Administration has released videos and pictures of its first Mars rover scooting around on the surface of the Red Planet. Plonking a robot in one piece on Mars is no easy feat. China is only the second Earth nation to successfully pull it off after the United States. The Middle Kingdom's Zhurong rover …
I can understand the rover being filmed as it leaves the ramp and moves away from the lander - the camera is attached somewhere near the base of the ramp. After that there is a view of both the rover and the lander platform from a second point of view. Did the rover go out, plant the camera and then return to the lander for the moving selfie that included the lander?
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