He published new images of the University of Zhejiang (China) in the social network Weibo, which was taken on the Chang & # 39; e-4 mission.
One of the photographs shows Moon and Earth, while another one allows us to approach the natural satellite of our planet.
The photos are sent via Queqiao artificial satellite, operating in the Halo orbit, in the second Earth L2 Lagrange Earth. The library points or Lagrange points are located in five orbital positions, located in a small object parked and subject to gravity in two larger objects, such as the Earth and the Moon.
- On December 8, China successfully launched Chang & # 39; e-4, using Long March 3B rocket to explore the Earth's natural shady satellite.
- The designation of the moon-goddess in mythology, the spacecraft in China's mythology, was the secret hidden moon that never had ever been explored. Thus, Asian countries have become the first nation in history, which is successfully managing a thick probe in this lunar area
- In it, they will make measurements and rock collections that will reveal new details about this space in our satellite.
- China's next objective is to launch the Chang & # 39; e-5, which aims to bring Moon Earth samples.
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