48 Mars missions, 6 rovers, 3 still in action, and helicopters soaring the Martian skies. Their objectives? Some data still eludes us. Yet, 2033's delivery of Martian rocks may reveal deeper enigmas.
Great photos in this article. I didn't realize that the Chinese Zhurong rover was so large. These machines are (hopefully) laying the groundwork for human footsteps on Mars sometime in the next decade. It is essential that we make life a multiplanetary species and not give up our spirit of exploration.
This may be possible giving the falling cost-to-orbit due to reusable rocketry: https://www.lianeon.org/p/the-quiet-revolution-in-space-tech