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China launches Long March 5 heavy-lift carrier rocket on Nov 24 early morning

China launches Long March 5 heavy-lift carrier rocket on Nov 24 early morning

Grace 2020-11-25 15:49:15

 

 

According to a statement published by the space administration, the Chang'e 5 mission is intended to fulfill several objectives. In terms of space engineering, it will demonstrate and verify technical plans and apparatus for autonomous lunar sampling and packing, and moon-based launching, as well as lunar orbital docking. In the scientific field, it will investigate the landing site's geological and topographic features, and enable scientists to analyze the lunar samples' structure and physical traits so they can deepen their research into the moon's origin and evolution.

 

It added that the mission also will help to foster the country's knowledge, technology and talent pool for its future manned missions to the moon and other deep-space expeditions.

 

If the mission becomes successful, it will be a milestone in the nation's lunar exploration endeavor and will show the world China's scientific, technological and engineering capabilities.

 

Furthermore, Chang'e 5 will strengthen the nation's status and influence in the international space community, pave the way for the country's future lunar expeditions and boost its space science, and will offer more opportunities to lunar researchers around the world, he said.

 

Furthermore, Chang'e 5 will strengthen the nation's status and influence in the international space community, pave the way for the country's future lunar expeditions and boost its space science, and will offer more opportunities to lunar researchers around the world.

 

Chang'e 5 sets out to collect moon samples in landmark mission.