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Chang’e-4: key stages from launching to landing

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FILE: Xichang Satellite Launch Center, Sichuan Province, southwest China - Dec 8, 2018 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of Long March-3B rocket carrying Chang'e-4 lunar probe blasting off from launchpad

Space - Recent (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
2. Animation of Chang'e-4 probe flying in space
3. Animations of Chang'e-4 conducting "space braking" maneuver
4. Animation of moon
5. Animations of Chang'e-4 revolving around moon
6. Animation showing Chang'e-4 opening solar panel
7. Animation of Chang'e-4 revolving around moon
8. Animation of moon
9. Animations of Chang'e-4 descending, approaching lunar surface
10. Animations of Chang'e-4 landing on moon
11. Animation of Chang'e-4 opening lid
12. Animation of Yutu-2 rover being taking out
13. Animations showing rover running on moon
14. Animations showing Chang'e-4 probe
15. Photo of crater
16. Animations of craters on moon
17. Photo of craters
18. Digital screen showing photo of craters
19. Various of photos of Yutu-2

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The historic landing of China's Chang'e-4 probe on the far side of the moon shows that it has successfully completed the six key stages of its journey, and opening a new chapter in lunar exploration.

The probe, including a lander and a rover, was launched by the Long March-3B rocket from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in southwest China's Sichuan Province on Dec 8, 2018 directly into the Earth-Moon transfer orbit.

The spacecraft then embarked on a voyage of around five days to the moon. As it approached, the probe decelerated and entered an elliptical lunar orbit.

Chang'e 4 then orbited the moon for about half a month, while preparing for the final landing as instruments onboard the ship were used to analyze the planned descent area. As it hovered and approached the moon, it adjusted its altitude and speed to make for a soft landing process.

Monitored by the Beijing Control Center, Chang'e-4 touched down on the Von Karman Crater in the South Pole-Aitken Basin on Jan 3, 2019, and shortly after landing, the Yutu-2, a lunar rover on the landing craft drove onto the lunar surface and dispatched the first photo of the moon's surface from its far side back to Earth via a satellite communication relay.

Both the lander and rover carry scientific payloads of instruments to study the geophysics of the landing zone. The rover will collect more information about the surrounding lunar surface captured by the camera facilitates and sent them to the Control Center.

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China/Space-Chang'e-4 Probe/Stages

Chang’e-4: key stages from launching to landing

Dateline : March 14,2018

Location : China In Space

Duration : 1'47

  • English
  • Pусский
  • Español
  • Deutsch


FILE: Xichang Satellite Launch Center, Sichuan Province, southwest China - Dec 8, 2018 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of Long March-3B rocket carrying Chang'e-4 lunar probe blasting off from launchpad

Space - Recent (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
2. Animation of Chang'e-4 probe flying in space
3. Animations of Chang'e-4 conducting "space braking" maneuver
4. Animation of moon
5. Animations of Chang'e-4 revolving around moon
6. Animation showing Chang'e-4 opening solar panel
7. Animation of Chang'e-4 revolving around moon
8. Animation of moon
9. Animations of Chang'e-4 descending, approaching lunar surface
10. Animations of Chang'e-4 landing on moon
11. Animation of Chang'e-4 opening lid
12. Animation of Yutu-2 rover being taking out
13. Animations showing rover running on moon
14. Animations showing Chang'e-4 probe
15. Photo of crater
16. Animations of craters on moon
17. Photo of craters
18. Digital screen showing photo of craters
19. Various of photos of Yutu-2


The historic landing of China's Chang'e-4 probe on the far side of the moon shows that it has successfully completed the six key stages of its journey, and opening a new chapter in lunar exploration.

The probe, including a lander and a rover, was launched by the Long March-3B rocket from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in southwest China's Sichuan Province on Dec 8, 2018 directly into the Earth-Moon transfer orbit.

The spacecraft then embarked on a voyage of around five days to the moon. As it approached, the probe decelerated and entered an elliptical lunar orbit.

Chang'e 4 then orbited the moon for about half a month, while preparing for the final landing as instruments onboard the ship were used to analyze the planned descent area. As it hovered and approached the moon, it adjusted its altitude and speed to make for a soft landing process.

Monitored by the Beijing Control Center, Chang'e-4 touched down on the Von Karman Crater in the South Pole-Aitken Basin on Jan 3, 2019, and shortly after landing, the Yutu-2, a lunar rover on the landing craft drove onto the lunar surface and dispatched the first photo of the moon's surface from its far side back to Earth via a satellite communication relay.

Both the lander and rover carry scientific payloads of instruments to study the geophysics of the landing zone. The rover will collect more information about the surrounding lunar surface captured by the camera facilitates and sent them to the Control Center.

ID : 8100394

Published : 2019-01-12 06:56

Last Modified : 2019-01-15 10:18:00

Source : China Global Television Network (CGTN)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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