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China’s first Mars mission, Tianwen-1, has now travelled more than 400 million km (249 million miles) and is expected to reach the red planet’s orbit in February.The probe, which has been travelling for 163 days since its launch in July, is about 130 million km from Earth, the China National Space Administration said in a statement on Sunday night. The distance travelled was more than 400 million km after it performed a series of orbital manoeuvres as it moved away from Earth’s orbit and…

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