China announced on Monday, January 14, 2019, intending to continue expanding program from research space s a mission collection samples from month this and other 2020, the purpose of which will be Mars, the deputy director reported National Space Agency from China (ANEC), Wu Yanhua.
After Chinese Probe Change 4 Alunizara "with complete success" last day 3 in. T Hidden face of the moon for the first time in history, plans Peking passing to wear on the fragments of Earth satellite: "The mission of collecting samples from. T Change 5 is scheduled for the end of 2019, "Wu said.
These samples would come to the blue planet "for 2020", clarified the number of two ANECs, the same date for which the "first mission to research Mars", some companies – said Wu open for international capital participation.
Other upcoming missions, specifically planned changes 8, will try to prove "key technologies"and" conduct preliminary research "- the speaker has provided – faced with the design a scientific basis to the Moon in the future for which he has, however, refused to give deadlines.
Wu also did not specify the dates possible mission with the crew on the Moon, the alleged "they are studying." Chinese scientists"at this time" in the research phase and not yet in the decision-making phase ".
As for the current mission, Change 4, its chief engineer, Sun Zezhou, played the game difficulties from ground with which you can bump vehicle researcher in face hidden The moon, as a 360-degree photograph was released last Friday, January 11, by ANEC, showed the earth crammed with craters.
However, the expert said that "if there is an obstacle, the vehicle will stop." will look for another way in an autonomous way Also, you should be able to adapt simply impediments and increases ".
Change 4 consists of a landing module and a survey vehicle, which is bolted as Yutu 2 (in Chinese mythology "Yutu" means "rabbit from jade", Masquerade changes, a goddess who lives on the Moon).
The investigation lasted less than a month to reach its goal: it was launched on December 8, entered the lunar orbit four days later and dropped on the third day at 10:26 in Chinese time (02:26 am GMT).
The Change Program began with the launch of the first probe in 2007, and since then four more devices have been taken to the only satellite on Earth.