Chinese probe Chang’e-5 ascending on Sunday at 5:42 The BJT successfully met and landed in orbit and returned to the combination in lunar orbit, the Chinese National Space Administration (CNSA) said.
This is the first time a Chinese spacecraft has met and landed in lunar orbit.
Samples collected on the moon weigh about 2 kilograms and have been moved from the ascension to the returnee, the CNSA said.
The Chang’e-5 mission is one of the most complex in Chinese aviation and space history, and the world’s first lunar mission in more than 40 years.
The Chang’e-5 probe, which consists of orbit, landing, takeoff and return, was launched on November 24, and its landing and take-off combination touched Mons Rumker north of Oceanus Procellarum, also known as the Storm Ocean, near the lunar side on December 1. .
After collecting and sealing the samples, the Chang’e-5 lift took off from the lunar surface on December 3rd.
The orbital returnee will then separate from the ascending one and wait for the right time to return to Earth.
(With Xinhua contribution)