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Post time 2010-10-7 17:50:46 |Display all floors

Hopefully .......

There will be some great pictures soon .............

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Post time 2010-10-7 18:15:45 |Display all floors

great achievement...

While I am so proud of CHN and its space achievement, I am always saddened by the fact that while this is going on, CHN still has terr. in the hands of 2nd rate little SE Asian countries, and japan still has the Diaoyus. How can a country with obvious first rate power like lunar travel, be stumped by thrid rate nations?

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Post time 2010-10-7 18:17:50 |Display all floors

Moon photo taken by Chang'e-1

Originally posted by expatter at 2010-10-7 17:50
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Moon photos taken by Chang'e-1

Let's see what picture Chang'e 2 will bring us.
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Post time 2010-10-10 11:41:16 |Display all floors

Chang'e 2 enters 118-minute orbit

China's second lunar probe, Chang'e 2, has conducted its third braking after entering its 3-and-a-half hour elliptical orbit today.

The third and final braking has decelerated the satellite and allowed it to enter a 118-minute orbit. The whole process took just over 900 seconds. Chang'e Two is a follow-up to the Chang'e One probe launched in 2007. They are both part of the first phase of the Chinese Lunar Exploration Program.

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Post time 2010-10-10 17:22:40 |Display all floors
Originally posted by NE_Tigress at 2010-10-7 02:17 AM


Moon photos taken by Chang'e-1

Let's see what picture Chang'e 2 will bring us.


impressive!  i was looking for one until now.
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Post time 2010-11-8 19:51:02 |Display all floors

China announces success of Chang'e-2 lunar probe mission

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao Monday unveiled pictures of the moon's Sinus Iridum, or Bay of Rainbows, marking the success of China's Chang'e-2 lunar probe mission.

The pictures were taken and sent back by the Chang'e-2, China's second lunar probe, which was launched on October 1.
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Post time 2010-11-8 19:52:25 |Display all floors
This photo released on Nov. 8, 2010 shows a part of the moon's Sinus Iridum, sent back by Chang'e-2, China's second unmanned lunar probe. Chinese State Administration of Science, Technology and Industry for National Defence published Monday pictures of moon's Sinus Iridum sent back by Chang'e-2.
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