#CNSA #ChinaNationalSpaceAdministration #国家航天局 | #November2023 |#清華大學 #TsinghuaUniversity – China’s Lunar Manned Mission Lunar Rover Development Program Design inspired by China’s Intangible Chinese Cultural Heritage from the Qin Dynasty.   

During this month November 2023 the development of the China, People’s Republic of China, CNSA- China’s National Space Administration Lunar Manned Program in which to established a Chinese lunar Manned Mission due by 2030 least .. in which The preliminary results of China, People’s Republic of China’s manned lunar rover development program were announced. The program “Wangshu Zhichao” led by Tsinghua University was selected, focusing on innovative design and single advantageous technologies for in-depth research.

The bronze chariots and horses of the Terracotta Warriors from Qin Shihuang’s Mausoleum provided inspiration for the design team. The design team developed the man-machine intelligent hybrid enhanced driving technology of the manned lunar rover, which realizes three modes of manual driving, autonomous driving and human-machine hybrid driving. The angle of the vehicle body is adjustable and it can creep when necessary….

The preliminary results of my China, People’s Republic of China’s manned lunar rover development program were announced, and the program “Wangshu Zhichao” led by Tsinghua University was selected.

Tsinghua University’s four-wheel vehicle design plan

: Tsinghua University’s design plan for a four-wheel vehicle with adjustable body angle and creeping ability

: The bronze chariots and horses unearthed from Qin Shi Huang’s Terracotta Warriors provided inspiration for the design team

Design Plan of “Wangshu Chariot”

Key design elements of “Wangshu Chariot”​​​

清華大學 Tsinghua University  is located 30 Shuangqing Rd, 蓝旗营 Haidian District, Beijing, China, 100190, China, People’s Republic of China .

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#CNSA #ChinaNationalSpaceAdministration #国家航天局 |#BRI #October2023 | #嫦娥八号#CLEP the #Moon #Change8- Lunar Mission is coming soon announcement …!  74th International Astronautical Congress (IAC)…. #LunarScienceMission

Chang’e 8 Lunar Mission is coming soon …!

​​On October 2nd 2023, during the 74th International Astronautical Congress (IAC), the China National Space Administration released an announcement on international cooperation opportunities for the Chang’e-8 mission….

As an important task of the fourth phase of the lunar exploration project, Chang’e 8 is planned to be launched around 2028. It will carry out lunar multi-physical field and regional geological profile detection and research, lunar-based earth observation and research, and lunar in-situ sample analysis and resources. In-situ utilization and experiments and research on small closed terrestrial ecosystems in the lunar surface environment will form a basic type of lunar scientific research station together with Chang’e-7 and others.

Chang’e 8 Lunar Mission brief .. Main goal is to build a basic model of the lunar research station with Chang’e 7 Lunar Mission.. in which Modules consist of  A lander, a Rover, and Operational Robot.. the Launch schedule within the Launch calendar of 2028 of using the International Icon the Chang Zheng- Long March 5 Carrier Rocket variant launching from Wenchang Space Launch Center, Wenchang, Hainan Province, China, People’s Republic of China….

China’s lunar exploration project adheres to the principles of “equality, mutual benefit, peaceful utilization, and win-win cooperation” and opens up opportunities for international cooperation on Chang’e-8 to the international community. Countries and international organizations are welcome to join and carry out mission-level, system-level, and stand-alone-level cooperation to jointly achieve More major original scientific discoveries will jointly promote the construction of a community with a shared future for mankind.

➥International cooperation on the Chang’e-8 mission will give priority to mission-level cooperation that can carry out inter-vehicle interaction and joint detection, lunar surface robots with basic lunar surface operating capabilities, as well as other complementary scientific payloads and scientifically innovative cooperation projects.

➥The Chang’e-8 lander is open to 200kg payload resources, and the independent module mass does not exceed 100kg, which is used to carry out system-level and stand-alone-level cooperation projects.

➥The deadline for submitting a letter of intent for the Chang’e-8 mission international cooperation project is December 31, 2023. It is planned to complete the preliminary selection in April 2024 and the final selection in September to confirm the cooperation project.

The fourth, fifth and sixth phases of China’s lunar exploration project, deep space exploration launch schedule: The

fourth phase of the lunar exploration project:
Chang’e 4 will be launched in 2018,
Chang’e 6 will be launched in 2024,
Chang’e 7 will be launched in 2026,
Chang’e 8 will be launched in 2028

The fifth phase of the lunar exploration project:
manned lunar landing in 2030

The sixth phase of the lunar exploration project:
the International Lunar Research Station is launched in 2031

Deep space exploration:
Tianwen-2 is launched in 2025
Tianwen-3 is launched in 2028
Tianwen-4 is launched in 2030 launch

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#CNSA #ChinaNationalSpaceAdministration #国家航天局 |#BRI #July2023 |#CASC  #中國航天#GroundStation China Aerospace’s first “ground space station” has been built, which can simulate the environment of the moon and Mars…. #中國航天科技集團公司

During the Month of June 2023, CASC 中國航天 China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation, China Aerospace’s first “ground space station” has been built, which can simulate the environment of the moon and Mars! Looking at the northeast corner of the motherland, a space environment ground simulation device called “ground space station” was officially completed not long ago, and it has entered the trial operation stage. Many indicators have reached the world’s leading level.

As the first large-scale scientific device in my country’s aerospace field, the “Ground Space Station” is the first comprehensive research device in the world that has the most comprehensive environmental factors and can realize the study of multi-scale and cross-scale environmental effects. Contribute wisdom and strength.

The “Ground Space Station” is located in the Science and Technology Innovation City of Harbin New District, Heilongjiang Province, China, People’s Republic of China and is jointly constructed by Harbin Institute of Technology and China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation. In the construction park, there are four experimental buildings of “one large and three small”, the “one large” refers to the space comprehensive environmental experiment building, and the “three small” refers to the space plasma science experiment building, the space magnetic environment science experiment building and the animal training room .

According to the design plan, the “ground space station” can simulate nine types of space environmental factors, including vacuum, high and low temperature, charged particles, electromagnetic radiation, space dust, plasma, weak magnetic field, neutral gas, and microgravity, and can explain the impact of the space environment on materials. , Devices, systems and living organisms, the influence rules and mechanism of action.

Compared with moving experimental instruments and equipment into space, the “ground space station” can not only save costs and reduce potential safety hazards, but also set specific environmental factors according to scientific problems and engineering needs, and conduct repeated verifications without time and space constraints, thus Create safer and more convenient experimental conditions and scientific research methods.

“In the future, many experiments that need to be carried out in space can be completed on the ground.” Yan Jihong, deputy dean of the Institute of Space Environment and Physical Science of Harbin Institute of Technology, said that this is the dream of scientists.

Figure 1: Effect drawing of space environment ground simulation device

Figure 2: Lunar dust cabin of space environment ground simulation device

Figure 3: The space plasma environment simulation and research system of the space environment ground simulator

Figure 4: The Martian Dust Chamber of the Space Environment Ground Simulator

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#MadeInChina #中國製造 #中國 |54th #ParisAirShow #June2023| Chinese Carrier Rocket Companies featuring #GalacticEnergy #ZhongkeAerospace #CASSPace #CNSA #CASC #ChangZheng #LongMarch #CarrierRocket #ReusableCarrierRocket Companies…..

Currently on the 19th towards the 25th June 2023 is the Paris Air Show 2023 in which this is held in  is at Le Bourget, France  for the first time in four years after the  2021 edition fell victim to the coronavirus pandemic. In which 星河动力空间科技有限公司 Galactic Energy-  Galaxy Power (Beijing) Space Technology Co., Ltd.China’s private commercial carrier rocket company debuted at the Paris Air Show 2023….in which also is Beijing Zhongke Aerospace Exploration Technology Co., Ltd. in which is also中國航天CASC China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation featuring their International Iconic Icon Chang Zheng – Long March Carrier Rockets

星河动力空间科技有限公司 Galactic Energy-  Galaxy Power (Beijing) Space Technology Co., Ltd. Located in Block D, Aviation Technology Plaza, E-Town, and Beijing – Beijing – China – People’s Republic of China ….Galaxy Aerospace is the first private aerospace company in China to achieve successful continuous launches, the first to send commercial networked satellites into a 500km sun-synchronous orbit, and the first to master the ability to launch multiple satellites with one carrier rocket.

Galaxy Power Aerospace, as the first Chinese private commercial rocket company to appear at the Paris Air Show, brought the company’s “Chishen-1” reusable launch vehicle model, “Ceres-1” light and small launch vehicle model, “Kangqiong” reusable The liquid oxygen/kerosene engine model participated in the exhibition. The booth is located in E116, Hall 3. We sincerely invite friends from all walks of life to come and communicate!

中國航天CASC China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation The China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation, or CASC, is the main contractor for the Chinese space program. It is state-owned and has subsidiaries which design, develop and manufacture a range of spacecraft, launch vehicles, strategic and tactical missile systems, and ground equipment. It was officially established in July 1999 as part of a Chinese government reform drive, having previously been one part of the former China Aerospace Corporation. Various incarnations of the program date back to 1956.

Along with space and defense manufacture, CASC also produces machinery, chemicals, communications equipment, transportation equipment, computers, medical care products and environmental protection equipment. CASC provides commercial launch services to the international market…

featuring their International Iconic Icon A variety of star exhibits of our Carrier Rockets  appeared in Paris On June 19, the 54th Paris International Aerospace Exhibition was grandly opened. China Aerospace Science and Technology Group Co., Ltd. brought a variety of aerospace products to the Paris Air show again . At this air show, our airline mainly exhibited nine types of large, medium and small Long March rockets in service: Long March 2C, Long March 2D, Long March 3B, Long March 4B, Long March 5, and Long March No. 6, Long March No. 7, Long March No. 8, Long March No. 11 and other carrier rockets. At the same time, there are models of Dongfanghong-3E communication satellite, Asia-Pacific 6D communication satellite, Lutan-1 satellite, Chinese space station, lunar probe, and Mars probe. In addition, the products and applications of communication satellites and remote sensing satellites, as well as my country’s development in various fields such as Beidou navigation, manned spaceflight, lunar exploration project, and deep space exploration were introduced through videos and exhibition boards…

China Aerospace at the 54th Paris Air Show in 2023:
▲Long March series launch vehicle
▲APSTAR 6E communication satellite on DFH-4E platform
▲Land Probe No.1 L-band InSAR satellite
▲ Tianwen-1/Chang’e-5/GaAs solar cell
▲Dongfanghong-3 E all-electric communication satellite platform
▲China Space Station

Beijing Zhongke Aerospace Exploration Technology Co., Ltd. is the first domestic aerospace enterprise with mixed ownership, and it is also the target enterprise that Oriental Aerospace Port focuses on introducing. Relying on the scientific research strength and resource advantages of the Institute of Mechanics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Aerospace Flight Technology Center of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, China Aerospace Science and Technology has been committed to the research and development and integration of space technology and aerospace vehicles as a platform for the transformation of major national scientific research projects, as well as the transformation and provision of technological achievements. Aerospace launch service. The Lijian-1 rocket project also adds a brand-new name card to the Oriental Space Port, which will surely promote the construction of the Oriental Space Port to take a solid step forward.

Recently, the 54th Paris-Bourget International Aerospace Exhibition, which was suspended for 4 years, restarted. Zhongke Aerospace, as a Chinese commercial aerospace unicorn enterprise, was invited to participate in the exhibition. At the exhibition site, it focused on exhibiting the Li Arrow series of launch vehicles, providing high-quality, low-cost, and fast-response customized launch services for domestic and foreign satellite users. The 54th Paris Air Show in 2023 opened today. A number of civil and commercial aerospace companies in China appeared at this air show During this year featuring  Carrier Rockets and sky-50 kerosene engines, Lijian No. 1 and Lijian No. 3 represented by 中科航空航空 series rockets, along with its accessories.

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#CNSA #ChinaNationalSpaceAdministration #国家航天局 |#BRI #May2023 || #酒泉卫星发射中心#JiuquanSatelliteLaunchCenter  #天宫#Tiangong #ChinaSpaceStation #神舟十六号 #Shenzhou16 #Takionaut  Crew Also with #Moon #MannedLunarlanding by 2030 announcement …  

On today on the 29TH May 2023 in according to the  CMS China Manned SpaceCNSA-China National Space Administration  China Manned Space Engineering Office At 11:00 on May 29, 2023, Beijing time, the three astronauts will meet with Chinese and foreign media reporters at the Wentian Pavilion of the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center……  Official announcement! According to the research and decision of the Space Station Application and Development Stage Flight Mission Headquarters, the Shenzhou 16 astronaut crew consists of command commander Jing Haipeng, spaceflight engineer Zhu Yangzhu, payload expert Gui The tide is composed of 3 astronauts. This is the first time that my country’s third group of astronauts has performed a flight mission, and it is also the “first show” of the “new members” of my country’s astronaut team – aerospace flight engineers and payload experts. Tomorrow, a brand-new crew composed of three types of astronauts will go to space to perform the first manned mission in the application and development phase of the space station. The Shenzhou-16 crewed spaceship is scheduled to be launched at 9:31 a.m. Tuesday 30th May 2023 Beijing Time from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China, Inner Mongolia, China, People’s Republic of China.  in which they will join with the Shenzhou 15 Crew together record breaking of six months. .

On the Same time during the Shenzhou 16 Takionaut Crew announcement it is also announcement of the China, People’s Republic of China’s CNSA-CMS China National Space Administration –China Manned Space Program of the Manned Lunar Landing within seven years of Year 2030 or least.. the scheduled for a manned landing was discussion previously but with a conclusion using the Next Generation长征十号 Chang Zheng- Long March 10F Manned Freighter Carrier Rocket Developed by China Academy of launch Vehicles with a landing vehicle module …  

During the Shenzhou 16 Chang Zheng –Long March 2F Carrier Rocket announcement With the help of the Dongfeng of the Shenzhou 16 mission, at the press conference of the manned flight mission, China’s manned mission to the moon was officially announced: China’s manned mission to the moon has been…. launched, and the goal is to complete the mission by 2030. The Chinese Takionauts sent it to the surface of the moon. Specifically, it includes carrying out lunar scientific investigations and related technical experiments, making breakthroughs and mastering key technologies such as manned ground-to-moon round trips, short-term mainstream human-machine joint exploration of the lunar surface, and completing multiple tasks such as “landing, patrolling, mining, research, and returning” to form an independent Manned lunar exploration capability …..Lin Xiqiang, deputy director of the CMSA China Manned Space Agency (CMSA), said at the conference that China has recently initiated the lunar landing phase of its manned lunar exploration program.

At present, the China Manned Space Engineering Office has fully deployed and carried out various research and construction work, including the development of a new generation of manned launch vehicles (Long March 10), a new generation of manned spacecraft, lunar landers, lunar landing suits and other flight products, New launch sites related to test launch facilities and equipment,

The overall goal is to achieve China’s first manned landing on the moon by 2030 and carry out lunar scientific exploration and related technological experiments, he added.

According to Lin, the goal also includes mastering the key technologies such as Earth-moon manned roundtrip, lunar surface short-term stay, human-robot joint exploration, accomplishing multiple tasks of landing, roving, sampling, researching and returning, and forming an independent capability of manned lunar exploration.

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