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Chang'e-4 lunar probe contributes to human's universe exploration: Chinese Vice Premier

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Beijing, China - Jan 11, 2019 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Screen reading "warm congratulations on complete success of Chang'e-4 mission", applause
2. Chinese Vice Premier Liu He speaking
3. People at Beijing Aerospace Control Center
4. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Liu He, Chinese Vice Premier:
"It is a whole new contribution from the Chinese nation to humanity in our quest to learn more about the mystery of the universe."

In Space - Jan 3, 2019 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
5. Various of video showing Chang'e-4 probe landing on far side of Moon, rover Yutu-2 (Jade Rabbit-2) on Moon surface

Beijing, China - Jan 11, 2019 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
6. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Liu Jizhong, director, China Lunar Exploration and Space Engineering Center, China National Space Administration (partially overlaid with shot 7):
"All the scientific payloads start up and are working well. The topographic camera also took photos of landforms [on Moon]. The transition of data are going well."
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7. Screen showing pictures of Chang'e-4 probe on Moon
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8. Screen showing pictures of Chang'e-4 probe on Moon
9. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) He Jun, deputy director, Beijing Aerospace Control Center (partially overlaid with shot 10):
"In order to solve the communication issue between the earth and the probe and improve the coverage of the communication, we designed a halo orbit for the relay satellite, which is vertical to the line between earth and the moon. It could increase the coverage of the communication between the earth and the probe at the greatest extent."
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10. Screen displaying animation
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11. Screen showing Chang'e-4 probe on Moon

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The successful landing of China's lunar probe, the Chang'e-4, on the far side of the Moon made new contribution to humanity in the quest to learn more about the universe, said Liu He, Chinese Vice Premier at the Beijing Aerospace Control Center on Friday.

The Chinese vice premier announced that the Chang'e-4, has met all of its engineering targets set by the center.

The success of Chang'e-4 mission is milestone of China's Lunar exploration effort. It is another solid step that China takes to go further into deep space.

"It is a whole new contribution from the Chinese nation to humanity in our quest to learn more about the mystery of the universe," said Liu.

Footage of Chang'e-4's landing process was also released. The footage was filmed by the camera on the probe's bottom. It shows the maneuvers made during the landing process while it searched for ideal locations to land.

There was also a demonstration of the lunar rover, the Yutu-2, taking a photo of the probe. It was the first complete image of the probe after making a soft-landing on the far side of the moon.

"All the scientific payloads start up and are working well. The topographic camera also took photos of landforms [on Moon]. The transition of data are going well," said Liu Jizhong, director of China Lunar Exploration and Space Engineering Center under China National Space Administration.

The lunar rover, Yutu-2 has traveled for over 40 meters.Thanks to the relay satellite, the communication between the lander and the earth is possible.

"In order to solve the communication issue between the earth and the probe and improve the coverage of the communication, we designed a halo orbit for the relay satellite, which is vertical to the line between earth and the moon. It could increase the coverage of the communication between the earth and the probe at the greatest extent," said He Jun, deputy director of Beijing Aerospace Control Center.

All eight payloads on board the Chang'e-4 are reported to be in good condition. Many of them have sent data back to earth. The lunar rover will continue to explore the lunar surface further away from the lander.

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China-Chang'e-4 Moon Exploration/Success

Chang'e-4 lunar probe contributes to human's universe exploration: Chinese Vice Premier

Dateline : March 14,2018

Location : Beijing,China

Duration : 1'41

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Beijing, China - Jan 11, 2019 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Screen reading "warm congratulations on complete success of Chang'e-4 mission", applause
2. Chinese Vice Premier Liu He speaking
3. People at Beijing Aerospace Control Center
4. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Liu He, Chinese Vice Premier:
"It is a whole new contribution from the Chinese nation to humanity in our quest to learn more about the mystery of the universe."

In Space - Jan 3, 2019 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
5. Various of video showing Chang'e-4 probe landing on far side of Moon, rover Yutu-2 (Jade Rabbit-2) on Moon surface

Beijing, China - Jan 11, 2019 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
6. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Liu Jizhong, director, China Lunar Exploration and Space Engineering Center, China National Space Administration (partially overlaid with shot 7):
"All the scientific payloads start up and are working well. The topographic camera also took photos of landforms [on Moon]. The transition of data are going well."
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
7. Screen showing pictures of Chang'e-4 probe on Moon
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
8. Screen showing pictures of Chang'e-4 probe on Moon
9. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) He Jun, deputy director, Beijing Aerospace Control Center (partially overlaid with shot 10):
"In order to solve the communication issue between the earth and the probe and improve the coverage of the communication, we designed a halo orbit for the relay satellite, which is vertical to the line between earth and the moon. It could increase the coverage of the communication between the earth and the probe at the greatest extent."
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
10. Screen displaying animation
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
11. Screen showing Chang'e-4 probe on Moon


The successful landing of China's lunar probe, the Chang'e-4, on the far side of the Moon made new contribution to humanity in the quest to learn more about the universe, said Liu He, Chinese Vice Premier at the Beijing Aerospace Control Center on Friday.

The Chinese vice premier announced that the Chang'e-4, has met all of its engineering targets set by the center.

The success of Chang'e-4 mission is milestone of China's Lunar exploration effort. It is another solid step that China takes to go further into deep space.

"It is a whole new contribution from the Chinese nation to humanity in our quest to learn more about the mystery of the universe," said Liu.

Footage of Chang'e-4's landing process was also released. The footage was filmed by the camera on the probe's bottom. It shows the maneuvers made during the landing process while it searched for ideal locations to land.

There was also a demonstration of the lunar rover, the Yutu-2, taking a photo of the probe. It was the first complete image of the probe after making a soft-landing on the far side of the moon.

"All the scientific payloads start up and are working well. The topographic camera also took photos of landforms [on Moon]. The transition of data are going well," said Liu Jizhong, director of China Lunar Exploration and Space Engineering Center under China National Space Administration.

The lunar rover, Yutu-2 has traveled for over 40 meters.Thanks to the relay satellite, the communication between the lander and the earth is possible.

"In order to solve the communication issue between the earth and the probe and improve the coverage of the communication, we designed a halo orbit for the relay satellite, which is vertical to the line between earth and the moon. It could increase the coverage of the communication between the earth and the probe at the greatest extent," said He Jun, deputy director of Beijing Aerospace Control Center.

All eight payloads on board the Chang'e-4 are reported to be in good condition. Many of them have sent data back to earth. The lunar rover will continue to explore the lunar surface further away from the lander.

ID : 8100397

Published : 2019-01-12 07:02

Last Modified : 2019-01-20 21:06:00

Source : China Global Television Network (CGTN)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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