China Launches Relay Satellite To Explore Moon's Far Side

China tests relay satellite to detect the remote end of the moon


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In order to gather information about the remote mysterious end of the moon, China successfully tested a relay satellite on Monday. This satellite will establish communication between Earth and China's Lunar exploration mission. This satellite called Named Cuiqiao (Mapagi Bridge) weighs 400 kg. It will work for three years.
China tests relay satellite to detect the remote end of the moon
China tests relay satellite to detect the remote end of the moon

China's National Space Administration (CNSA) said that it was launched from the 'Jichang Satellite Launch Center' located southwest of China on the morning of Sunday morning at a time of 5 o'clock 28 minutes from the Long March 4C rocket. Zhang Lihua, manager of the relay satellite project, said, "This test is an important step towards the goal of becoming the first country to launch a soft surface probe at the remote end of the moon."

About 25 minutes after flying, the satellite separated from the rocket and the Earth-Moon entered the transfer class. After this the satellite's solar panel and communication antenna were also opened.

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