The total distance traveled by Tianwen-1, China's first Mars reconnaissance vehicle, in space as of November 17 has been reported to reach 300 million kilometers. In the statement made by the Chinese Space Administration, it was noted that the distance of the Tianwen-116 spacecraft, which has been in space for 1 days to date, reaches 63 million 800 thousand kilometers.
In the statement, it was stated that Tianwen-1 was moving steadily in its orbit, the fuel use balance was maintained, and all its systems were operating normally. The Mars reconnaissance vehicle Tianwen-1 is expected to reach Mars in February 2021, and land on Mars in May of the same year and fulfill its reconnaissance missions.
China said to place the research satellite into orbit of this planet on July 23, then launch it to the surface of Mars and search the surface by means of a shuttle; so he sent it to take a first step towards the discovery of planets in the solar system.
Source: China International Radio