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China declares Chang'e-4 mission complete success

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Beijing, China - Jan 11, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of Beijing Aerospace Control Center, technicians
2. Screen of Beijing Aerospace Control Center, with left showing photo of lander of Chang'e-4 taken by rover Yutu-2, right showing photo of Yutu-2 taken by lander of Chang'e-4
3. Screen showing photo of lander of Chang'e-4 taken by rover Yutu-2
4. Screen showing animation of lander of Chang'e-4, rover Yutu-2
5. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Zhang Kejian, head, China National Space Administration:
"The rover Yutu-2 separated from the lander of the Chang'e-4, and they took photos of each other. The images that the ground received were clear and intact. The data from the exploration of the domestic and foreign scientific payloads were effectively downloaded. The lander, the rover and the relay satellite are in good conditions. They have achieved the goals of the mission, entering the phase of scientific exploration. Now I announce that the lunar exploration program Chang'e-4 is a complete success."
6. Screen reading "warm congratulations on complete success of Chang'e-4 mission"
7. Chinese Vice Premier Liu He walking onto stage, making bow
8. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Liu He, Chinese Vice Premier:
"As we celebrate the complete success of the lunar exploration program Chang'e-4, the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, the State Council and the Central Military Committee extend warm congratulations and greetings to all the scientists and engineers, officials and workers, and officers and men of the People's Liberation Army (PLA)."
9. People at Beijing Aerospace Control Center applauding
10. Beijing Aerospace Control Center

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China announced Friday that the Chang'e-4 mission, which made the first-ever soft-landing on the far side of the moon, was a complete success.

With the assistance of the relay satellite Queqiao (Magpie Bridge), the rover Yutu-2 (Jade Rabbit-2) and the lander of the Chang'e-4 probe took photos of each other.

The scientific instruments aboard the probe worked well, and the images taken by the probe and the detection data have been sent back to ground control, said the China National Space Administration (CNSA).

"The rover Yutu-2 separated from the lander of the Chang'e-4, and they took photos of each other. The images that the ground received were clear and intact. The data from the exploration of the domestic and foreign scientific payloads were effectively downloaded. The lander, the rover and the relay satellite are in good conditions. They have achieved the goals of the mission, entering the phase of scientific exploration. Now I announce that the lunar exploration program Chang'e-4 is a complete success," said Zhang Kejian, head of the CNSA, also the chief commander of the lunar exploration program.

The Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, the State Council and the Central Military Committee sent a congratulatory message on the success of the mission.

Chinese Vice Premier Liu He read the letter at the Beijing Aerospace Control Center.

At 16:47 Beijing Time on Friday, the images of the lander and the rover appeared on a large screen at the Beijing Aerospace Control Center, showing the Chinese national flag on both the lander and the rover with the desolate landscape dotted with craters on the far side of the moon as the background.

The Chang'e-4 probe touched down at the preselected landing area at 177.6 degrees east longitude and 45.5 degrees south latitude in the Von Karman Crater in the South Pole-Aitken (SPA) Basin on the far side of the moon on Jan. 3, and the rover drove onto the lunar surface late that night.

Named after Chinese moon goddess "Chang'e," China's lunar exploration program, which began in 2004, includes orbiting and landing on the moon and bringing samples back to the Earth.

The program has made five continuous successes, said CNSA, referring to Chang'e-1, Chang'e-2, Chang'e-3, a test craft for Chang'e-5, and Chang'e-4.

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China-Chang'e-4 Mission/Success

China declares Chang'e-4 mission complete success

Dateline : March 14,2018

Location : Beijing,China

Duration : 1'50

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Beijing, China - Jan 11, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of Beijing Aerospace Control Center, technicians
2. Screen of Beijing Aerospace Control Center, with left showing photo of lander of Chang'e-4 taken by rover Yutu-2, right showing photo of Yutu-2 taken by lander of Chang'e-4
3. Screen showing photo of lander of Chang'e-4 taken by rover Yutu-2
4. Screen showing animation of lander of Chang'e-4, rover Yutu-2
5. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Zhang Kejian, head, China National Space Administration:
"The rover Yutu-2 separated from the lander of the Chang'e-4, and they took photos of each other. The images that the ground received were clear and intact. The data from the exploration of the domestic and foreign scientific payloads were effectively downloaded. The lander, the rover and the relay satellite are in good conditions. They have achieved the goals of the mission, entering the phase of scientific exploration. Now I announce that the lunar exploration program Chang'e-4 is a complete success."
6. Screen reading "warm congratulations on complete success of Chang'e-4 mission"
7. Chinese Vice Premier Liu He walking onto stage, making bow
8. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Liu He, Chinese Vice Premier:
"As we celebrate the complete success of the lunar exploration program Chang'e-4, the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, the State Council and the Central Military Committee extend warm congratulations and greetings to all the scientists and engineers, officials and workers, and officers and men of the People's Liberation Army (PLA)."
9. People at Beijing Aerospace Control Center applauding
10. Beijing Aerospace Control Center


China announced Friday that the Chang'e-4 mission, which made the first-ever soft-landing on the far side of the moon, was a complete success.

With the assistance of the relay satellite Queqiao (Magpie Bridge), the rover Yutu-2 (Jade Rabbit-2) and the lander of the Chang'e-4 probe took photos of each other.

The scientific instruments aboard the probe worked well, and the images taken by the probe and the detection data have been sent back to ground control, said the China National Space Administration (CNSA).

"The rover Yutu-2 separated from the lander of the Chang'e-4, and they took photos of each other. The images that the ground received were clear and intact. The data from the exploration of the domestic and foreign scientific payloads were effectively downloaded. The lander, the rover and the relay satellite are in good conditions. They have achieved the goals of the mission, entering the phase of scientific exploration. Now I announce that the lunar exploration program Chang'e-4 is a complete success," said Zhang Kejian, head of the CNSA, also the chief commander of the lunar exploration program.

The Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, the State Council and the Central Military Committee sent a congratulatory message on the success of the mission.

Chinese Vice Premier Liu He read the letter at the Beijing Aerospace Control Center.

At 16:47 Beijing Time on Friday, the images of the lander and the rover appeared on a large screen at the Beijing Aerospace Control Center, showing the Chinese national flag on both the lander and the rover with the desolate landscape dotted with craters on the far side of the moon as the background.

The Chang'e-4 probe touched down at the preselected landing area at 177.6 degrees east longitude and 45.5 degrees south latitude in the Von Karman Crater in the South Pole-Aitken (SPA) Basin on the far side of the moon on Jan. 3, and the rover drove onto the lunar surface late that night.

Named after Chinese moon goddess "Chang'e," China's lunar exploration program, which began in 2004, includes orbiting and landing on the moon and bringing samples back to the Earth.

The program has made five continuous successes, said CNSA, referring to Chang'e-1, Chang'e-2, Chang'e-3, a test craft for Chang'e-5, and Chang'e-4.

ID : 8100379

Published : 2019-01-11 17:56

Last Modified : 2019-01-14 10:18:00

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

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