The Chinese Mars-Mission "Tianwen-1" (CMARS-1) is expected to launch today between 04:00 - 07:00 UTC.
ESA Tracking station in Kourou (KRU) French Guiana is configured to receive first signals after separation with it's 15-meter antenna.
China’s Yuanwang-class tracking ships will assist the launch, along with support from the European Space Agency’s ESTRACK facilities. First acquisition of the spacecraft as it separates from its Long March 5 launcher is expected to be made by the 15-meter antenna in Kourou, French Guiana. Deep space antennas in Australia and Spain will also track the Tianwen-1 spacecraft during critical activities like trajectory-change maneuvers and arrival at Mars.