China’s National Space Administration (CNSA) has announced that the rise of China’s Chang-5 probe has been successfully presented and the lunar orbit treaty was introduced at 5:42 a.m. Sunday, according to China’s National Space Administration (CNSA). CNSA) has announced.
This is the first time a Chinese spacecraft has sampled and docked a lunar horoscope, which also marked the end of lunar eclipses.
CNS Samples collected on the moon weighing about 2 kg have been transferred to the returnee from the orbit, he said.
Chang-5’s mission is the most complex in Chinese aerospace history, as well as the world’s first lunar model mission in more than 40 years.
The Chang-5 probe, which included an orbiter, a lander, a climber and a returner, was Started November 24, and its Lander-Alexander combination Touched down On December 1, near the moon, north of the Moons Runner in the Ocean’s Preslarium, also known as the Sea of Storms.
The Bit Rabbit-Returner will be separated from the next climb, and will wait for the right time to begin its journey back to Earth.
(With input from Xinhua)