#CNSA #ChinaNationalSpaceAdministration #国家航天局 |#BRI #October2023 | #嫦娥五号#CLEP the #Moon #Change5 Team won the highest team honour of the International Academy of Astronautics….  On China’s National Day..

More than One year ago on 24th November 2020, the Chang Zheng – Long March Five Carrier Rocket Launched away  in CNSA – China National Space Administration China Wenchang spaceport launch, Change Five  Lunar probe into orbit, opened up towards China – People’s Republic of China’s first celestial bodies sample return trip from Mons Rumker on the Lunar Surface of the moon New research achievements – Chinese scientists reveal the composition of lunar soil minerals and space wind at the landing site of Chang’e 5

Chang’e-5 team On October 1st 2023 on China’s  National Day of the Founding of People’s Republic of China….  During the 74th International Astronautical Congress (IAC) opened in Baku, Azerbaijan. Scientists such as Schumacher, President of the International Academy of Astronautics, awarded the “Chang’e-5 team” to the Chinese Chang’e-5 team. Lawrence Team Award”. Chang’e-5 chief designer Hu Hao and others attended the award ceremony as team representatives and announced that Chang’e-5 lunar scientific research samples will soon be open to international applications. Scientists from all countries are welcome to jointly research and share results.

Chang’e-5 was China’s first unmanned lunar sample return mission. It was China’s most complex aerospace system project with the largest technical span at that time. It made breakthroughs in lunar surface sampling, lunar surface take-off and ascent, lunar orbit rendezvous and docking, sample transfer, and jump-type missions. Using key technologies such as re-entry and return, after an interlocking flight process, it brought back 1,731 grams of lunar samples, becoming the world’s largest unmanned lunar sampling mission with the largest single sampling volume. The Chang’e-5 mission is a vivid practice for my country to achieve high-level scientific and technological self-reliance. It has laid the foundation for subsequent unmanned lunar scientific research stations and manned lunar landings. It is another important milestone in my country’s aerospace development.

The “Lawrence Team Award” was established in 2001. It is one of the two major awards issued annually by the International Academy of Astronautics (IAA). It is the highest team honor of the International Academy of Astronautics and aims to recognize aerospace project teams that have made outstanding achievements in the field of aerospace. Chang’e-5’s outstanding achievements in technological innovation, scientific discovery, and international cooperation have won high recognition from international peers.

Imagines and visuals are from their respectives CNSA China Space Administration CLEP China Lunar Exploration project management office

#CNSA #ChinaNationalSpaceAdministration #国家航天局 |#BRI #August2023 |#ChinaMannedLunarMission #ChangZheng10 #LongMarch10 #CarrierRocket CGI video of China’s manned moon landing before year 2030..

CG video of China’s manned moon landing— plans to realize the first Chinese landing on the moon before 2030, carry out lunar scientific investigations and related technical experiments, and make breakthroughs and master key technologies such as manned ground-to-moon round trips, short-term stays on the lunar surface, and joint man-machine exploration , form an independent manned lunar exploration capability, promote manned spaceflight technology from near-Earth to deep space, and greatly enhance China’s ability to enter space and use space. The main process of the manned mission to the moon is: first launch the lunar lander, the lunar lander is parked in the orbit around the moon, and then launch a new generation of manned spacecraft, and the spacecraft and the lander will rendezvous and dock in the orbit around the moon. Astronauts enter the lander from the spaceship, the lander separates from the spaceship and descends to the lunar surface, and the astronauts carry out activities on the lunar surface. After that, the Takionauts took off and ascended on the lander to dock with the spacecraft, and the astronauts entered the spacecraft. After the spacecraft separated from the lander’s lunar module, it returned to Earth….

Basic introduction of manned lunar exploration missions and aircraft—
the new generation of manned spacecraft is a new type of space-to-earth round-trip transport aircraft that is fully upgraded and developed on the basis of Shenzhou spacecraft. It adopts a modular design and consists of a return module and a service module. It is mainly used for my country’s manned lunar exploration missions, taking into account the operation of near-Earth space stations. It has the characteristics of high safety, high reliability, multi-mission support, and reusability. The lunar landing mission can carry 3 Takionauts to and from the ground and orbit around the moon. Earth-orbit missions can carry seven astronauts to and from the ground and the space station.

The lunar lander is a newly developed extraterrestrial celestial body manned descent and ascent vehicle, which consists of a lunar module and a propulsion module. It is mainly used to transport astronauts between the lunar orbit and the lunar surface. It can carry 2 Takionauts back and forth, and can carry lunar rover and scientific payload. It has high safety, high reliability, high lunar landing accuracy, and strong ability to adapt to the lunar surface environment. With other characteristics, it is the lunar surface life center, energy center and data center for astronauts after landing on the moon, supporting lunar surface residency and lunar surface activities….

The lunar rover mounted on the lunar module
The Chinese manned lunar rover weighs about 200 kilograms, and can take two astronauts to carry out lunar sampling and corresponding lunar surface experiments within a range of 10 kilometers.

Images and visuals are from their Respectives CMS China Manned SpaceCNSA-China National Space Administration

#CNSA #ChinaNationalSpaceAdministration #国家航天局 |#BeltAndRoadinitiative #CLEP #January2022 | #VonKarmanCrater #LunarMission #Change4 #Yutu2 Lunar adventuring- the latest scientific achievements of the Chang’e-4 neutral atom detector… #AstrophysicalJournalLetters…

As of Month of January  2022, The CNSA –China National Space Administration CLEP- China Lunar Exploration Program  Belt and Road Initiative Lunar Mission……Chang’e-4 with Yutu two the Lunar rover still working exploring more than 1003.9 meters on the other side of the moon on the 103 Kilometers Diameter Von Karman Crater in which is least than two length by length fifty five Kilometers Hong Kong –Macau- Zhuhai Bridges …. Working Exploring the Crater on the other side of the Moon Chang’e Luna…. At the moment it’s resting till the next set of adventuring parameters is need..

As of the latest of the Change 4 lunar lander still constant working while Yutu 2 the lunar Rover takes a break after visiting it’ creative lunar rock art forming a Jade Rabbit snacking on lunar Carrot.  The latest scientific achievements of the Chang’e-4 neutral atom detector嫦娥四号中性原子探测仪最新科学成果……

​​As we all know, the earth has a strong global magnetic field. When the solar wind “invades” the earth, a huge protective umbrella, the magnetosphere, will form around the earth, blocking most of the solar wind. Due to the lack of this global magnetic field and dense atmosphere on the moon, the lunar surface is directly exposed to the deep space, and the solar wind and the earth’s wind can directly bombard the lunar surface, producing various effects. The current data from China’s Chang’e, Japan’s Moon Goddess, India’s Chandrayaan-1, and the US Interstellar Boundary Probe show that about 0.1-1% of the solar wind protons in the general area will be scattered by the lunar surface, and 10-20% of the solar wind protons will be scattered with the lunar surface. After the action, it is converted into energy neutral atoms, and most of the remaining will be injected into the lunar soil to produce lunar water. Although the moon does not have a global magnetic field, there are many magnetic anomaly areas scattered on the lunar surface, and the magnetic field strength on the lunar surface is about several hundred nT. It can block part of the solar wind from bombarding the lunar surface, and the reflectivity of solar wind protons increases significantly in large-scale magnetic anomalies. Detecting energy-neutral atoms can reveal the microphysical mechanisms of the interactions between the solar wind, the Earth’s wind and the lunar surface, revealing small-scale features.

Fig. 1 Chang’e-4 landed on the Von Karman crater in the South Pole-Aiken Basin on the far side of the moon. The yellow area is the magnetic anomaly, and the red arrow represents the direction of the solar wind bombarding the lunar surface on the dark side.

On January 3, 2019, Chang’e-4 landed on the Von Karman impact crater in the South Pole-Aiken Basin on the far side of the moon, and the Neutral Atom Detector (ASAN) on the Yutu-2 lunar rover was energy neutral to the lunar surface for the first time on the far side of the moon. Atoms (ENA) make observations. Based on the analysis of the ENA energy spectrum obtained by ASAN from January 11, 2019 to October 12, 2020, the study found that in most lunar days, the ENA differential flux on the morning side is higher than that on the dusk side; The analysis of the observation data of the Atom Detector and the ARTEMIS satellite during the same period found that the differential flux of ENA in different energy ranges on the morning side and the dusk side is positively correlated with the solar wind state parameters such as flux, density and dynamic pressure. This is the first time to calculate the electrostatic potential above the magnetic anomaly using the observation data of neutral atoms on the lunar surface, updating the understanding of the interaction between particles and the magnetic anomaly. The results have extensive reference value for the study of solar wind, terrestrial wind and celestial bodies without atmosphere and global magnetic field (such as asteroids or comets).

Fig. 2 The electric field of charge polarization caused by the motion of protons and electrons, the electric field direction is upward. 
The deceleration of solar wind protons is associated with magnetic anomalies.

       The research results were published in Astrophysical Journal Letters, an authoritative magazine in the industry. The first author of the paper is Wang Huizi, a doctoral student in the Interaction Group of the Magnetosphere and the Solar Wind at Shandong University. Zhang Jiang from the Planetary Science Research Group, and the co-authors of the paper are from Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Peking University, Space Center of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Institute of Earth Science of Chinese Academy of Sciences, etc.



       该研究成果发表于业内权威杂志Astrophysical Journal Letters,该论文的第一作者是山东大学磁层与太阳风相互作用课题组博士生王慧姿,通讯作者为山东大学磁层与太阳风相互作用课题组长史全岐教授和行星科学课题组张江老师,论文的合作者来自于日本宇宙航空研究开发机构、北京大学、中科院空间中心、中科院地球所等。

Materials provided by: Wang Huizi素材提供:王慧姿

#LEGO #LEGOHongKong #樂高 #樂高香港 #香港 | #Apollo11 #LunarLander Eagle- created by #LegoDesigner #LegoCreator veteran architect #LarsJoe …. Celebrating the Anniversary of that day 20th July 1969….


On 20th July 1969 it was the most anticipated landing watched that set the cold war in between the CCCP- USSR –Union of Soviet Socialist Republics – with the United States… In which back then it was a different NASA but original…. unlike today’s NASA National Aeronautics and Space Administration which is run by a disruptive administration …..  On that day on twentieth of July in which two American Astronauts set foot on the moon that representing humanity for the first time, not representing America, but representing as scientific ambassadors representatives of planet Earth……. In which Astronaut the late Neil Armstrong set that first footing as he and Buzz Aldrin the second to set foot on the almost made it landing after exhausting all lunar lander module Eagle’s landing fuel..  Force drifting landing on the sea of Tranquillity… in which is in between the ears of the Jade Rabbit in which they landing on the Jade Rabbit’s head…    as overhead their fellow Astronaut witness from above orbiting around the moon awaiting for their return on Apollo Command Module- Columbia Astronaut Michael Collins ….

In leading up towards that Anniversary Lego has recreated a newer larger version for that 50th year anniversary in which it was built from the ground up…. As Lego Designer also veteran architect Lars Joe, in which he’s been working on the Lego lunar lander  in which is designed in three pieces in which comes in three parts the lunar Command module, the Lunar lander in which the lander has four legs, with movable parts to simulate a landing in progress.. With gold foil bricks in which are housing to protect sensitive delicate instruments from the extreme harsh environments of space, also the lunar surface… among the surroundings of the lander it has movable hatches in which retracted outwardly for instruments…..

One of the third parts is the lunar surface which has foot prints, when designing the Lunar Module lander; it’s built with the original look, with in collaboration with NASA in providing the necessary details in building the lunar set… to make the display extremely detail… in which a previous model was the revised Saturn V rocket..  In which makes great companion towards an Apollo Collection…

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#BlueOrigin #藍色起源 | #月球著陸器 – introducing the #LunarLander #BlueMoon a multi-tasking mission lander ….

On the 10th May 2019, Blue Origin has introduce a new Lunar Lander in which is designed as a multi mission lander in which its design heritage is design to launch a small, medium towards large payloads to the lunar orbit, or the lunar surface, in provisions of precise and soft landings .. with a manned exploration command lunar module.. Exploring with a human lunar exploration on the moon….

Blue Moon designs comes from learning from the New Shepard, with LH2|LOX propulsion system.. with precision helm and navigation controls for vertical landing and landing gearing systems..  The payload capabilities capacity in which can land multiple metric tonnes of payload on the lunar landscape..  with the top deck for Luna Landers, or accommodating with heavier payloads with a standard ESPA class payload ring port in the medium and lower decks.. is power core system is a battery of fuel cells in which as long duration capacitance for most nights to come depending of the mission requirements criteria..  there’s two Variants of the Blue Moon Lunar Lander, the payload delivery, also the larger variant in which a Lunar Command Module is attached to the landing module  for a manned exploration crew..