China Congratulates India for Chandrayaan-2, Wants to Work Together in Space Explorations

China congratulated India after the successful launch of the Chandrayaan-2. China decided to work with India for upcoming outer space programs. China launched its five lunar exploration missions to the Moon. They made history landing on the far side of the Moon. They looked for a launch of its own Mars mission by 2020.

China – Moon – History
China is the first spacecraft landed on the far side of the Moon. This is the lunar surface known as the dark side of the moon. The main aim is to explore lunar surroundings rover Yutu-2 then rolled off the lander. Chang’e-4 of China the first spacecraft that landed on the far side of the Moon on January 2019.

It is the lunar mission to Change3, first spacecraft landing on the Moon. The main objective of landing on the dark side of the Moon to explore the surface of the Moon. It is used to collect samples that are still unexplored.

Chang’e 6 mission
Chang’e 6 mission is expected to launch in 2023 or 2024. The Chang’e 7 and 8 will be launched in 2023 and 2027 respectively. The Chang’e 8 will carry a lander, a rover, a flying detector, and a 3D Printer to build a small structure on the lunar surface. They may conduct a brief ecosystem experiment on the Moon.

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