KevinJamesNg

Traveling through time and space & Doing timey wimy stuff.

Recently finally during this month of  October 2019,  installed is a constellation cluster network of CNSA China National Space Administration also its associated partners have installed the final various parts of Number One Deep Space Network for a Deep Space Detection system network in which will be used onwardly for medium and long term exploration mission unmanned and manned ..

Installed in the Kashgar Deep Station in the Xi’an Satellite Measurement for deep Space detection in the Gobi Desert in the North West of the People’s Republic of China, in which the surround environments makes it great for communications reception detection from the massive sensitivity area in which it has least electronics broadcast pollution, in which in the urban populated environment in which will interfere with the sensitivities of the equipment..

Installing number one Antenna is out of the of three in which increase the range of cone of reception of Deep Space communications of upcoming Lunar Mission of Change five in landing on the Earth’s moon in which includes a probe includes a lander, an Orbiter, an ascender and a returner. The key of the mission will be lunar sample collection, take-off from the moon, rendezvous and docking on lunar obit and high-speed re-entry into Earth’ atmosphere.

China’s current lunar program includes three phases: orbiting, landing, and returning. The first two phases have been accomplished, and the next step is to launch the Chang’e-5 probe to collect 2 kg of moon samples and bring them back to the earth. In which the fifth mission of Change six  in which probe includes a lander, an Orbiter, an ascender and a returner. The key of the mission will be lunar sample collection, take-off from the moon, rendezvous and docking on lunar obit and high-speed re-entry into Earth’ atmosphere.

China’s current lunar program includes three phases: orbiting, landing, and returning. The first two phases have been accomplished, and the next step is to launch the Chang’e-5 probe to collect 2 kg of moon samples and bring them back to the earth.

Images and visuals are from Weibo -Our Space 

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