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  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 …

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On 1st December 2020 Tuesday, the flight control team of the CNSA China National Space Administration- CLEP- China Lunar Exploration Program Belt and Road Initiative – Beijing Aerospace Flight Control Center Chang’e 5 mission implemented the at 23:11 Hong Kong- Beijing time on December 1st 2020, the Chang’e-5 probe successfully landed on the front of …

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As of 10 November 2020, The CNSA –China National Space Administration Belt and Road Initiative Lunar Mission CLEP on the One Hundred Kilometer diameter Von Karman Crater    Chang’e 4 lander and the “Yutu 2” lunar rover the Chang’e-4 lander and the “Yutu-2” lunar rover have completed 21-month scientific exploration on the back of the moon. They …

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On the third of January 2019, in Beijing, China Capital held a press conference at the SCIO – State Council Information Office of China of the first time historic mission in which to land a lunar rover also a platform on the dark side of the moon… In which it’s the first country to do …

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#IPhonePhotography #攝影 #月神隕石坑 | #LunaPhotography – #Copernicus #LunarCrater – A Gallery #November2018 –

November 12, 2018


Copernicus Crater- seen from a sunset Auckland New Zealand in which the Jade Rabbit is the mostly feature hall mark on the moon.

It’s currently November 2018 12th Monday in a clear early afternoon as I’m Keyboarding this post, in which a few nights ago on an intense rainy bound weekend on a 9th Friday November 2018 I was at Taylor Swift she performed awesomely capital, iconically in the rain in summery Auckland, New Zealand rain in a former circa 1980’s Commonwealth games stadium.. Mount Smart Stadium… In which later in the following week it was the second attempt of an American Company-New Zealand based Rocket lab it’s business Time launched its multiple cubeSats

Progressively during that prior that week, the moon Luna shone waxing Gibbous progressively, towards the full moon starting from the new moon, as the moon progressively with her terminator unveiling, revealing her white-grayish textured lacy cratered embroidery Qipao dress…..

Among during Waxing Gibbous moon, in which there’s a featured large crater in which in nearby the Sea of crisis- Mare Crisium, in which  in which is the Luna Crater, Copernicus …..  In which is European named after A European Astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus.. In which is visible with a simple pair of Binoculars, or a modest size diameter mirror in which you can see a hexagon impact crater in which is least ninety three Kilometer wide, with a depth of three Kilometers…… in which is least than twice the average length of the Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Macau, Zhuhai sea bridge..  or least the twice the average length of Auckland City……  in which Apollo twelve landed in the south direction of the crater, in which.. Apollo twenty was also another proposed landing but that didn’t eventuate due to more than three quarters of NASA’s funding have been pulled to American fuel the Vietnam  War…..

Copernicus Crater in which is is least the twice the length of the Hong Kong, Macau, Zhuhai Bridge in which is 55 Kilometers long the Crater is least Ninety five Kilometers in Diameter.. Photographer @KevinJamesNg

Looking constantly every night, from Auckland Observatory, on some nights that been clear, with ever so teasing seductive Luna.. In revealing her white-grayish textured lacy cratered embroidery Qipao dress… With that featured crater… ever so changing in viewing uniquely new, that it’s never the same viewing experience its always new back in time least one point twenty six averagely back in time ago to least a distance of averagely three hundred thousand Kilometers from Earth

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