China’s Chang’e 5 Probe ready to Land on the Moon

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China’s Chang’e-5 probe is set to land on the moon for the first collection of samples of the country from the atmosphere. It was announced on Monday. The China National Space Administration (CNSA) was quoted by Xinhua as saying that the lander-ascender combination of the spacecraft was separated from its orbiter-returner combination at 4.40 am (Beijing time) on Monday.

Launched on November 24, Chang’e-5 is one of the most complex and challenging missions in China’s aerospace history, as well as the world’s first moon-sampling mission for more than 40 years.

CNSA stated that the spacecraft is performing well and communication with ground control is normal.

The Länder – Essander combination will perform a smooth landing on the moon and take automatic sampling.

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The orbiter-returner will continue the orbit around 200 kilometers above the lunar surface and wait for the rendezvous with Ascender and docking.

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