KevinJamesNg

Traveling through time and space & Doing timey wimy stuff.

 

On 0528 Spring morning Beijing Time…  21st  May 2018 at the XiChang Satellite Launch Center in South West China, CNSA-China National Space Administration launched an reliable Long March 4C configuration Carrier Rocket in which is in preparations towards a later mission to Launch Chang’e 4 Lunar Probe that would land on the Dark Side of the moon in which Earth’s Moon Luna is Tidally Lock one side is constant facing Earth the other side is not due to the Earth’s history it slowly gradually stop the Moons rotation..

 

CNSA China National Space Administration #國家航天局 | Long March 4C Carrier rocket launching relay Communications satellite Queqiao- Magpie Bridge to the other side of the Moon..

Launching from one of many CNSA-China National Space Administration launch facilities that scattered around nation…. Launching towards the Dark side of the moon in which to establishment of communication with Queqiao- Known as the Magpie Bridge in which namely relating to the Jin Dynasty story with Cowhearder and Weaver girl in which the Magpie forms a Milky way bridge to  have the lovers to meet together …..  In which is the same way for making that communications relay point with the other side of the moon with Earth…

the 24th October 2017 moon four days away from the new moon..

The launch includes two payloads one is two cube Satellites that’s launched after the Queqiao relay communication satellite….. In which to create a triangular communications network…  To communicate with the Lunar Probe Chang’e four, too study, explorationally the dark side of the moon….. During the process of the launching twenty five minutes into the flight it was the Queqiao satellite network to separate from its secondary carrier stage then transiting onwards to the dark side of the moon.. in laying the foundations of that network.. With the soon to be Chang’e 4 Lunar Probe rover.. in which later this year it enable China the first country to send a probe to soft land on the rover on the furthest side of the moon explorationally scientifically ..

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