China’s Mars mission, called Tianwen-1, is going very well so far. This week the spacecraft successfully completed its third braking maneuver and entered a parking orbit around Mars on Wednesday at about 6:29 AM BJT. The announcement was made this morning by the China National Space Administration. The probe will orbit Mars for three months conducting scientific explorations using cameras … Continue reading
China’s Tianwen-1 probe has beamed back new video of its orbit around Mars, ahead of what’s going to be a relatively busy few months of space traffic around the red planet. The video, released by the China National Space Administration (CNSA), follows the probe’s first photo of Mars which was shared earlier this month, after it completed its roughly seven … Continue reading
Also: NASA to use SpaceX's Falcon Heavy for the Lunar Gateway while eyeing another seat in a Soyuz In Brief Typical. You wait years for missions to Mars and then a whole bunch come along at once. Less than a day after the Emirates Mars Mission dropped into Martian orbit, China's Tianwen-1 has followed suit and NASA will be arriving shortly.…
China’s Tianwen-1 spacecraft entered orbit around Mars on Wednesday, just a day after the arrival of the United Arab Emirates’ Hope spacecraft.
The Chinese spacecraft is one of three arriving at the red planet this month. Its destination is near.
Tianwen-1 contains an orbiter, lander and rover -- and could make China just the third nation to reach the surface of Mars.
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Space exploration achieved several notable firsts in 2020 despite the COVID-19 pandemic, including commercial human spaceflight and returning samples of an asteroid to Earth. The coming year is shaping up to be just as interesting. Here are some of the missions to keep an eye out for. Artemis 1 Artemis 1 is the first flight of the Nasa-led, international Artemis program to return astronauts to the Moon by 2024. This will consist of an uncrewed Orion spacecraft which will be sent on a three-week flight around the Moon. IT will reach a maximum distance from Earth of 450,000 km – the… This story continues at The Next Web
China's Chang'e 5 mission to the moon has succeeded in bringing back nearly four pounds of lunar rock, which has been handed over to scientists for study.
China’s coming off a very successful mission with the Chang’e 5 returning its samples to Earth recently. With one complicated and successful mission under its belt, the China National Space Administration (CNSA) has begun to talk about plans for future space missions. The agency outlined a new three-step plan detailing its plans for future moon and deep space exploration. CNSA … Continue reading
A small steppe for probe, giant leaps await science ... and propaganda China has landed its Chang'e 5's probe and its precious payload of Moon rocks.…
The lunar rover portion of China’s Chang’e-4 lunar probe recently had a milestone after traveling 565.9 meters, as of Saturday, since leaving the lander portion behind. According to the China National Space Administration, the lander and the rover have been switched to dormant mode for the lunar night after operating stably for the 23rd lunar day. The lander was switched … Continue reading
The 'deep space self portrait' was released to coincide with National Day in China.
The mission is China's first solo attempt at sending a rover to the red planet
Private streams broadcast through Chinese social media ensured rocket fans could follow along.
China has moved a rocket into position to launch a rover to Mars in one of three upcoming missions to the red planet, one from the U.S. and another by the United Arab Emirates.
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Chinese space station Tiangong-2 has officially ended its mission, and the orbital research facility’s entire existence.The platform de-orbited and burned up as planned at just after 9 AM ET on Friday, coming down over the South Pacific Ocean, as confirmed by the official Chinese space agency.The station weighed around nine U.S. tons at the time it re-entered the Earth’s atmosphere, but even so it was small enough that it almost entirely burned up in the process.Tiangong-2 was relatively small for a space station (when measured against the ISS), consisting of just a research module with enough space on board for only two astronauts.After about 1,000 days in space, Tiangong-2 had exceeded its planned lifespan, and China’s space agency planned this de-orbit — in contrast to Tiangong-1’s de-orbit last year, which was not planned (though ultimately not a risk to anyone on the ground, either).Both of these, and the forthcoming Tiangong-3, are intended as temporary orbital stations designed for testing key technologies in pursuit of the “real” Chinese space station — which is set to begin its mission life in 2020 with the launch of the Tianhe-1 core module.