Chang 5 – The Moon completes the second orbital correction on the Earth orbit

Chang 5 – The Moon completes the second orbital correction on the Earth orbit

BEIJING: China’s National Space Administration (CNSA) says China’s Chang-5 probe completed its second orbital correction on the Moon-Earth orbit on Wednesday morning, the Chinese National Space Administration (CNSA) said. A) said.
The orbital correction was made when the two 25N engines were running for about eight seconds on the combination returning to orbit.
The CNSA said all systems on the orbital return are in good condition at the moment.
The orbiting return combination entered the lunar-Earth orbit on Sunday and completed its first orbital correction on Monday.
According to the CNSA, the orbit and return will be separated in due course. The returnees are expected to land on the Siziwang banner in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region of northern China.
Meanwhile, the mission search and retrieval team said that the pre-landing site in Sezwang Banner is ready for repatriation.
The Chang-5 probe, which included an orbiter, a lander, an ascendant and an ascendant, was launched on November 24, and its lander, the Alexander Collection, went down north of the Mons Ramkar of the Oceanic Prosculum, which Also known as the Sea of ​​Storms, near the moon on December 1st.
In recent years, China has emerged as a major space power with manned space missions and rovers landing on the dark side of the moon. It is currently building its own space station.
The Moon 5, China’s third spacecraft to land on the moon, is the latest in a series of increasingly ambitious missions in Beijing’s space program.

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