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Mars base opens in desert(1/8)

2019-04-18 09:50:22 Ecns.cn Editor :Li Yan
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A picture taken with a drone shows an aerial view of the C-Space Project, a Mars simulation base in the Gobi Desert in Jinchang, Gansu Province, China, 16 April 2019. The C-Space Project Mars Base opened officially on 17 April 2019 with the aim to educate and provide an environment for youths and tourists to experience life on planet Mars. The base occupying an area of 11,996 square feet is situated about 40 kilometers from the town of Jinchang in the Gobi Desert. The location is chosen to simulate the landscape and harsh conditions of living on Mars as much as possible.  (Photo/China News Service)

A picture taken with a drone shows an aerial view of the C-Space Project, a Mars simulation base in the Gobi Desert in Jinchang, Gansu Province, China, 16 April 2019. The C-Space Project Mars Base opened officially on 17 April 2019 with the aim to educate and provide an environment for youths and tourists to experience life on planet Mars. The base occupying an area of 11,996 square feet is situated about 40 kilometers from the town of Jinchang in the Gobi Desert. The location is chosen to simulate the landscape and harsh conditions of living on Mars as much as possible. (Photo/China News Service)

A picture taken with a drone shows an aerial view of the C-Space Project, a Mars simulation base in the Gobi Desert in Jinchang, Gansu Province, China, 16 April 2019. (Photo/China News Service)

A picture taken with a drone shows an aerial view of the C-Space Project, a Mars simulation base in the Gobi Desert in Jinchang, Gansu Province, China, 16 April 2019. (Photo/China News Service)

Photo taken on April 17, 2019 shows a staff standing at an entrance to \

Photo taken on April 17, 2019 shows a staff standing at an entrance to "Mars Base 1" in the Gobi desert in China. (Photo/China News Service)

Photo taken on April 17, 2019 show the models of Mars rovers are seen at \

Photo taken on April 17, 2019 show the models of Mars rovers are seen at "Mars Base 1", in Gansu Province. (Photo/China News Service)

A view of a corridor inside the C-Space Project, a Mars simulation base in the Gobi Desert in Jinchang, Gansu Province, China, 17 April 2019. The C-Space Project Mars Base opened officially on 17 April 2019 with the aim to educate and provide an environment for youths and tourists to experience life on planet Mars. The base occupying an area of 11,996 square feet is situated about 40 kilometers from the town of Jinchang in the Gobi Desert. The location is chosen to simulate the landscape and harsh conditions of living on Mars as much as possible. (Photo/China News Service)

A view of a corridor inside the C-Space Project, a Mars simulation base in the Gobi Desert in Jinchang, Gansu Province, China, 17 April 2019. The C-Space Project Mars Base opened officially on 17 April 2019 with the aim to educate and provide an environment for youths and tourists to experience life on planet Mars. The base occupying an area of 11,996 square feet is situated about 40 kilometers from the town of Jinchang in the Gobi Desert. The location is chosen to simulate the landscape and harsh conditions of living on Mars as much as possible. (Photo/China News Service)

Photo taken on April 17, 2019 shows Chinese students tour the site features an \'extravehicular site\' for visitors to experience a trip on the \'Martian surface\' in mock spacesuits.  (Photo/China News Service)

Photo taken on April 17, 2019 shows Chinese students tour the site features an 'extravehicular site' for visitors to experience a trip on the 'Martian surface' in mock spacesuits. (Photo/China News Service)

The C-Space Project Mars Base opened officially on 17 April 2019 with the aim to educate and provide an environment for youths and tourists to experience life on planet Mars.  (Photo/China News Service)

The C-Space Project Mars Base opened officially on 17 April 2019 with the aim to educate and provide an environment for youths and tourists to experience life on planet Mars. (Photo/China News Service)

Photo taken on April 17, 2019 shows Chinese students tour the Mars base in Gansu.  (Photo/China News Service)

Photo taken on April 17, 2019 shows Chinese students tour the Mars base in Gansu. (Photo/China News Service)

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