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As of 7th January 2021 Thursday, The CNSA –China National Space Administration Belt and Road Initiative Lunar Mission……Chang’e-4 successfully awakened and entered the 26th day of the work period….Waking up  Chang’e 4 awakened smoothly and entered the 26th day of work….. With a new round of dawn on the back of the moon, Chang’e 4 ushered in the 26th day of the month, and the “Yutu 2” lunar rover at 10 o’clock on January 7 waking up at 29 minutes, the lander woken up at 03:13 on January 8. As of today, Chang’e-4 has been in operation for 736 Earth days, continuing to refresh the record of human probes working on the back of the moon.

During the day of this month, the lunar rover will continue to travel towards the basalt distribution area or the impact crater area with high reflectivity (approximately 27m from the current detection point, and there is a degenerated impact crater with a diameter of approximately 160m in the south of the crater), both of which are located in the northwest direction of the current detection point.

With a new round of dawn on the back of the moon, Chang’e 4 ushered in the 26th day of the month. The “Yutu 2” lunar rover awakened at 10:29 on January 7 and the lander at 03:13 on January 8 wake. As of today, Chang’e-4 has been in operation for 736 Earth days, continuing to refresh the record of human probes working on the back of the moon.

During the day of this month, the lunar rover will continue to travel towards the basalt distribution area or the impact crater area with high reflectivity (approximately 27m from the current detection point, and there is a degenerated impact crater with a diameter of approximately 160m in the south of the crater), both of which are located in the northwest direction of the current detection point.

The following exploration activities are planned during the day of this month:

(1) It is preferable to take a panoramic camera ring shot near noon of the moon.

(2) Detection and calibration of infrared imaging spectrometer.

(3) The neutral atom detector is turned on for detection.

(4) Synchronous detection of lunar radar during driving. The scientific research team will continue to conduct scientific analysis on the acquired detection data, and relevant results will be released in time.

 

Previously……. As of 22 December 2020, The CNSA –China National Space Administration Belt and Road Initiative Lunar Mission The “Yutu-2” lunar rover has a mileage exceeding 600 meters, completing the 25th day of work….The Chang’e 4 lander and the “Yutu 2” lunar rover completed the 25th day of the month at 5 o’clock on December 22 and 19:22 on the 21st, respectively. The moon night mode setting was completed according to ground instructions and entered moon night sleep. As of today, the Chang’e-4 lander and the “Yutu-2” lunar rover have been working on the moon for 719 days, and the lunar rover has travelled 600.55 meters in total……

Researchers conduct research and analysis on the detection data obtained in 25 months, and continue to produce scientific results. A recent scientific achievement published in the internationally authoritative academic journal Astrophysical Journal Letters (Xu et al 2020) shows that the lunar neutron and radiation dosimeter mounted on the Chang’e-4 lander detected a solar high-energy particle event on the back of the moon (SEP). This is the first time that a human probe has detected SEP on the surface of the moon, verifying the performance of the instrument, and also made a detailed analysis of the acceleration mechanism and the acceleration source area of the SEP.

Previous observations made by Chang’e-4 indicate that the radiation intensity on the surface of the moon is about 100 times that of the earth (Zhang et al. 2020, Space. Adv.). Since the moon does not have the same atmosphere and magnetic field as the earth, the Galactic cosmic ray (GCR) can easily reach the surface of the moon. Such high-intensity background radiation can cause damage to astronauts working on the surface of the moon. In addition, when solar activity erupts, the solar high-energy particle event will cause the particle flux to increase by thousands of times, and the space radiation will also be greatly enhanced. Therefore, the observation of the arrival of high-energy particles of the sun on the moon is particularly important.

In 2019, the sun is in a very small year, no sunspots have appeared for a long time, and the chance of observing solar high-energy particle events is even smaller. Chang’e-4 captured such an event. The study found that both electrons and protons exhibit good velocity dispersion. By linearly fitting the data points, it is possible to deduce the release time of particles from the acceleration zone and the distance the particles travel in interplanetary space before reaching the moon.

In addition, the proton energy spectrum of this SEP event was further analysed, including the GCR background energy spectrum and the background subtracted energy spectrum. According to the energy spectrum with the background subtracted, the dashed power law spectrum is used to fit it, and it is found that the energy inflection point is about 2.5MeV….

Images and visuals are from Weibo CNSA –China National Space Administration –CLEP- China Luna Exploration Program..

On Currently on 2021 January there’s three types of Long March-Chang Zheng Carrier Rocket series in its final stages of assembly in which is undertaking one of the construction of the CNSA –China National Space Administration CMS China Manned Spaceflight Belt and Road Initiative CSS China Space Station in which will core module be launched on during this year 2021 spring launch calendar ….

In which there are three series  Long March rocket undertaking the mission of the China Space Station will debut again 中国空间站 Core module will be launched next spring China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology is responsible for the development of the Long March 2F, Long March 7 and Long March 5B launch vehicles………  According to the plan, the Long March 2F, Long March 7 and long March 5B three-type carrier rockets will respectively undertake the launch missions of manned spacecraft, cargo spacecraft and the core cabin of the space station. During the festival, the final assembly test of the Type III rocket is being carried out in an orderly manner in Beijing and Tianjin.

CNSA -China National Space Administration – Command Core Module – Tianhe Space Station shown on the Air Show China- in Zhuhai..

The Long March 2 F Yao 13 carrier rocket is undergoing testing in the final assembly plant. The test team has established a “chief command” system to coordinate and guarantee resources to ensure close cohesion and orderly progress. This type of rocket plans to complete the final assembly test after the Spring Festival.

The Long March 7 Yaosan launch vehicle is undergoing final assembly. The model team strictly follows the requirements of refined final assembly to ensure that all operations and tests are done correctly and well at a time. At present, the rocket final assembly is progressing smoothly.

In the Tianjin General Assembly Test Plant, the Long March 5B Yao-2 launch vehicle has just completed its test, and the model team is preparing for the rocket’s work before it leaves the factory to ensure that the rocket is shipped to the launch site as planned.

In which previously of month of March 2020 in which at Hainan Province- at Wenchang Space launch center in the China-People’s Republic of China.. In which there’s been progressive developments of construction of the Long March five – Chang Zheng five Carrier Rocket……During the CNSA – China National Space Administration launch 2020 calendar, the CNSA in with the Belt and Road initiative  Alliances with the ESA- European Space Agency also with United Nations Outer Space Affairs, ROSCOMOS in developing the next Country’s Space Station in which are currently finalizing there modules component construction in which contain in that construction experimental modules in which it’ll be carried onwardly with the Long March 5B,  in which it’ll be the first time the CNSA they will launch the Long March 5B into space..  Into a Launching Low Earth Orbit in a in between Attitude of 350 to 450 Kilometers above Earth’s orbital inclination of forty two too forty three Degrees…

Among with the Space Alliance with CNSA taking the lead, is ESA, Russian ROSCOMOS also the United Nations Outer Space Affairs Office among with the Belt and Road initiative countries in developing preparing together for deep space missions and manned mission to towards the moon and Mars….

Launching from Launch Complex one, Wenchang Satellite Launch Center, Hainan in the first  second quarter calendar is the first foundation core module of the Tianhe- Harmony of Heavens, Tainhe will provided the environmental life support, living quarters with three crew members also it’ll provide the main bridge of the Space Station with Navigational Guidance’s controls in which that compartment is one of three compartments of the station the second the non-habitable service section, then the docking section hub unit.. the primary Environmental living section consisting of living quarters, kitchen, toilet, fire control equipment Atmospheric processing providing control equipment, computers with scientific, multiple purpose communications installations.. Also with a small Remote Manipulate Robotic MIR Lyappa Arm to assist in adjoining the other five further modules that have yet to arrive in completing the first stage of the station…… the Docking mechanism is compatible with the Russian also ESA’s aswell due that that the International Space Station is based on the ROSCOMOS’s Mir Space Station Design in which formalised docking mechanism standards..  As the Tianhe is constructed it’s too first to house three selected Taikonauts, Cosmonauts, and European Space Agency Astronauts as the station grows with more module it can accommodate more to its design criteria limit..

The long March five –Chang Zheng five is the largest currently, in which soon there are other larger variants of the Long March Ultra Heavies in the process with more heavy more challenging payloads to cater towards more expansive missions also constructions of more expansive larger CSS China Space Station in which in collaboration with its Belt and Road Partnerships countries and organizations.. ..

Manufactured by CASC- China Aerospace and Technology Corporation – CALVT China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology, at Tianjin City … in which is the sister organization towards CNSA…in which also manufacture the eight tons experimental satellite termed the SJ-20- Shijian -20 Technological Experimental Satellite in which testing high end advance communications systems with other onboard install Experimental systems installed..  Shijian 20 replaced it’s precede Shijian Eighteen in 2017 uneventful launch Shijian 20 is Based on the new DFH-5 satellite design developed by the China Academy of Space Technology  …. Given lesson learn from the second, third modified the Long March five Y3 in which is powered up Main propulsion system is an engine on Hydrogen and Oxygen YF-77 Engines in which is core.. As for the secondary it’s the YF-77D in which the external Boosters are of YF-100 Engines Kerosene fed… Chang Zheng 5- The Long March 5 is the heaviest rocket in China’s fleet, and one of the most powerful launcher’s in the world. The Long March 5 can deliver up to 14 metric tons — nearly 31,000 pounds — to geostationary transfer orbit, a popular target orbit for large communications satellites. The launcher’s lift capability to low Earth orbit is around 55,000 pounds, or 25 metric tons…  once deployed Shijian 20 – spacecraft will use its own propulsion system to circularize its orbit at geostationary altitude more than 22,000 miles -nearly 36,000 Kilometers over the equator…..

Images and visuals are from Weibo.

 

天问一号飞運騎遊達达3亿 …….As of the early morning January 3rd 2021, CNSA – China National Space Administration- ESA – European Space agency Belt and road initiative mars mission…first Mars exploration mission, Tianwen- Martian Probe One …… The Tianwen-1’s flight mileage exceeded 400 million kilometers….. As of 6:00 on January 3, the Tianwen-1 probe has been in orbit for 163 earth days, with a flight mileage of over 400 million kilometers, about 130 million kilometers from the earth, and about 8.3 million kilometers. The probe has a stable attitude. According to the plan, it will implement near-fire braking in more than a month, enter the ring-fire orbit, and prepare to land on Mars.

The Tianwen-1 mission is the first step in China- People’s Republic of China independent interplanetary exploration. It will “circle, land, and patrol” Mars through a single launch, that is, Mars orbit, Mars landing, and fire patrol. The Tianwen-1 probe has a total weight of about 5 tons and is composed of an orbiter and a landing patrol device. The landing patrol device mainly includes an entry module and a Mars rover. At present, the orbiter has completed the third on-orbit self-check, and all systems are working normally…..

截至2021年1月3日6时,天问一号探测器已在轨飞行163天,飞行里程突破4亿公里,距离地球约1.3亿公里,距离火星约830万公里,飞行状态良好。按计划将在一个多月后实施近火制动,进入环火轨道。

天问一号任务是我国独立开展行星际探测的第一步,旨在通过一次发射实现对火星的“绕、着、巡”,即火星环绕、火星着陆、火面巡视。天问一号探测器总重约5吨,由环绕器和着陆巡视器组成,着陆巡视器主要包括进入舱和火星车。目前,环绕器已完成第三次在轨自检,各系统工作正常。

探月逐火共奋进,追梦求真向天行。行星探测“天问工程”是月球探测“嫦娥工程”的再发展,是中国人探索宇宙星辰征程的再延伸。中国深空探测事业一步一个脚印,一棒接力一棒,继承与创新并举,稳妥与挑战兼具。现在,探月工程“绕、落、回”三步走发展规划圆满收官,天问一号正在抵近火星,带着中国人民的期愿飞向这颗神秘的红色星球。

天问一号飞運騎遊達达3亿 …….As of the early morning Monday of 14th December, 2020, CNSA – China National Space Administration- ESA – European Space agency Belt and road initiative mars mission…first Mars exploration mission, Tianwen-1 …….Tianwen-1 probe is more than 100 million kilometers away from the earth] It is learned from the National Space Administration that as of 21:00 Hong Kong – Beijing Time on December 14, the Tianwen-1 probe has been in orbit for 144 days, with a flight mileage of approximately 360 million kilometers, and is far from the earth. Over 100 million kilometers, about 12 million kilometers away from Mars, the flight is in good condition. Affected by the laws of movement of celestial bodies, the distance between Mars and the Earth varies periodically from 50 million kilometers to more than 400 million kilometers. When the Tianwen-1 rover arrived near Mars, it was about 190 million kilometers away from Earth. Since the launch of Tianwen 1 on July 23, it has successfully completed a group photo of the earth and the moon, “Selfie” of the probe, three midway corrections, a deep-space manoeuvre, and payload self-check. In the follow-up, several orbit corrections will be carried out. It is expected that after approaching Mars in mid-February next year, “brake” braking will be implemented to enter the ring fire orbit in preparation for Mars landing. (杨璐戚铁磊) #Tianwen 1 probe is more than 100 million kilometers away from the earth 我们的空间…… In the follow-up, Tianwen-1 will conduct several orbit corrections. It is expected to “brake” after approaching Mars in February next year and implement braking into the ring fire orbit.

The hometown is far away and the goal is getting closer. 100 million kilometers is equivalent to 2,499 the length of the earth’s equator. Now, Tianwen-1 is flying to Mars at a ground speed of 17.4 kilometers per second…….

 Previously………天问一号飞運騎遊達达3亿 …….As of the previously morning Tuesday of November 17th, 2020, CNSA – China National Space Administration- ESA – European Space agency Belt and road initiative mars mission…first Mars exploration mission, Tianwen-1, has been in orbit for 116 days, with a flight mileage of more than 300 million kilometers. The earth is approximately 63.8 million kilometers. The detector’s attitude is stable, the energy is balanced, some sub-systems have completed self-checking, and each system is working normally.

During its orbital flight, Tianwen-1 has completed three midway corrections and one deep-space manoeuvre and other flight control tasks. In early November, the landing patrol vehicle entry module and multiple sub-systems of the Mars rover completed the first on-orbit self-check, and the results were normal.

Tianwen-1 is scheduled to reach Mars in February 2021 and carry out Mars capture. In May 2021, it will choose an opportunity to de-orbit, and the landing patrol will be separated from the orbiter, soft landing on the surface of Mars, the rover will leave the landing platform, and the inspection will be carried out…. For the Martian exploration..

Previously On the 9th October 2020 Friday 2300 hours Beijing time CNSA – China National Space Administration that under the control of the flight control team of China’s first Mars exploration mission, the main engine of the Tianwen-1 probe was ignited. In more than 480 seconds, the deep space manoeuvre was successfully completed. The orbital manoeuvre was carried out in deep space approximately 29.4 million kilometers from the earth. The orbit design of Tianwen-1 comprehensively considered various constraints from launch to Mars capture and made the propellant consumption as small as possible, and adopted the strategy of a deep space manoeuvre during the transfer process. The probe will rendezvous with Mars about 4 months after its current orbit, during which two or three midway corrections will be implemented……

Previous the last course correction … during On October 1st 2020, as China- People’s Republic of China also throughout the Chinese also the Asian Communities celebrates the National Day and Mid-Autumn Festival; CNSA China National Space Administration released China’s first Mars exploration mission Tianwen-1 exploration….. The image of the CNSA Belt and Road Initiative European Space Agency collaboration Martian Probe flying, the five-star red flag on the picture is dazzling, showing a bright Chinese red. This is the first deep space self-portrait of our country 天问一号 Martian probe. In the vast universe, the silver landing patrol device and the golden orbiter are shining brightly. Tianwen No.1 uses this to report safety to China and express birthday wishes.

As we all know, when taking selfies on the ground, you can use auxiliary tools such as selfie sticks to shoot after choosing the angle, light and shadow, but the selfie of “Tianwen No. 1” is not that simple. Due to its large size, if the selfie stick strategy is adopted, “Tianwen No.1” needs to use a 15-meter-long selfie stick to achieve a full-view selfie, which not only consumes resources, but is also prone to safety risks. For this reason, the Mars Orbiter Engineering Survey Sub-system Team of the Eighth Academy of Sciences proposed a “separated monitoring plan”, which is to “throw out” a light camera under suitable lighting conditions to take pictures of “Tianwen No. 1” and transmit the images in real time. Go back to the “Tianwen No. 1” probe.

Have you seen a one-time dual-head super wifi camera?………In order to successfully implement the separate monitoring program, the Eighth Academy Mars Orbiter Engineering Measurement Sub-system team needs a little guy who can “divide, shoot clearly, pass back, and hold on”: use a small, small, low-impact unlocking separation device The camera can be “divided out”; the use of colour imaging, the configuration of 800×600, 1600X1200 two-level resolution camera allows the image to be “clearly captured”; the use of super Wi-Fi communication that can achieve 400 meters of wireless communication allows data “Passed back”; the use of disposable batteries that can provide power for longer than 1 hour allows the camera to “hold on”, allowing the ground to see the full picture of the “Tianwen No. 1” rushing to the fire.

Considering that the camera may turn over as it gradually moves away from the detector, the development team designed the camera as a dual-headed front and back to ensure that the camera can capture as many detector images as possible during the turning process. After four years of research and development, this little guy weighing about 950g successfully carried the “Tianwen-1” Mars probe into space, and successfully separated the head weighing about 680g, and obtained a clear image. Successfully completed the overall visual monitoring task of “Tianwen No. 1”

The name “Tianwen”: 天問 ….. Comes from the long poem of the same name written by Qu Yuan (about 340–278 BC), one of the greatest poets of Ancient China. It is a poem of a series of questions starting with how the universe was created.

Images and visuals are from Weibo

 

A successful testing on an early Morning  Hong Kong- Beijing time on 30th December 2020 CNSA –China National Space Administration in its Xian testing facilities in which China-People’s Republic of China largest thrust segmented solid rocket engine successfully tested……. This morning, China-People’s Republic of China ‘s first civil aerospace development of China’s first 3.2m3 segmented large solid rocket boosted engine completed the first interview in Xi’an, which is the largest thrust in my country so far Segmented solid rocket motor. The solid engine thrust of this test run reached 260 tons, and the ignition time exceeded 130 seconds.

In the future, it can be applied to my country’s large and heavy rockets to meet the different development needs of my country’s space equipment, manned moon landing, and deep space exploration

China-People’s Republic of China largest thrust segmented solid rocket engine successfully tested] This morning, my country’s first civil aerospace development of China’s first 3.2m3 segmented large solid rocket boosted engine completed the first interview in Xi’an, which is the largest thrust in my country so far Segmented solid rocket motor.


In the future, it can be applied to my country’s large and heavy rockets to meet the different development needs of my country’s space equipment, manned moon landing, and deep space exploration. The solid engine used in this test run has a maximum thrust of 260 tons and adopts a three-stage design. This segmented design can adjust the charge to achieve the coverage of different thrusts, which can meet the needs of the launch vehicle to carry different loads in the future.

Images and visuals are from Weibo.. 

 

During December 2020 The World’s Leading Public Transport provider The MTR Hong Kong – Hong Kong SAR-China- People’s Republic of China..  in which ever so constantly the MTR Hong Kong have been grown innovatively providing  In order to provide faster and more convenient rail services Between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon- New Territories in the future the East Rail Line cross Harbour section tunnel is ready now.. in which makes it the fourth cross harbour rail tunnel in Hong Kong SAR- China- People’s Republic of China.. ….in which let’s see what’s the preparation are. …. The Bifurcation Works of the East Rail Line is approaching their most Crucial Phase, The Works will soon connecting the operationally sections in between Hung Hom – Exhibition Center – Admiralty stations in crossing the Harbour to the Hong Kong Island by the East Rail line with the Cross Harbour Section….

in which there’s been major Tracks Modifications innovatively to carry out the complicated engineering works on the operating sections on Overhead lines as part of the massive installation work among the Advance works there will be train suspensions in between Lok Ma Chau and Lo Wu that connects towards the Tai Wai Stations in which also to Mong Kok East Station on towards Hung Hom on no Train services between Mong Kong and Hung Hom sections on certain dates..

It’s Also best to keep updated on using the MTR Mobile App to Facilitates Passengers to plan Their Journeys earlier.. in which also In Station publicity Information informality passengers through various channels..   on alternatives on other MTR Lines, Other Public Transport, Free Shuttle buses.. also Passengers may go to customer services centers for enquires about any fair issues .. also best to arranges reserve travelling time.. Bifurcation works on East Rail Line is a large-scale and complex project, especially on an existing running line. The works not only include track reconfiguration, installation of overhead line and modification of part of the existing signalling system equipment, but also involve testing and fine-tuning. Despite these challenges, our team has carried out thorough planning along the way with regular inspections and tests to ensure that the works will be carried out smoothly and safely.

At the Station Staff will assistance to passengers with announcements with more staff to provide more assistances in which Opening of the Full Tuen Ma Line is expected to open in the 2021 year as the Opening of the East Rail line crossing Harbour section is expected in 2022.. ..

After the completion of the East Rail Line Cross-Harbour Section project, East Rail Line service will then extend from Hung Hom Station to Admiralty Station without the need for any interchange, providing one more option for passengers to cross the harbour. To prepare for this new train service extension to Hong Kong Island, critical bifurcation works on the East Rail Line will be carried out shortly. Watch the video now to have Jarvis Chow tell you about the special arrangements during the bifurcation works!

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