China Moon Mission: China is not able to digest India’s Mission Moon success. In this sequence, yesterday a Chinese scientist had declared the claim of successful landing of Chandrayaan-3 on the lunar surface as false. Now, in this sequence, another news has come out under which China will take a payload of Pakistan to space for its proposed Moon mission.
It is being said that due to this, cooperation in the space sector seems to be increasing between the two friendly countries. There is news that apart from Pakistan, China is also preparing to take payloads and satellite projects from some other friendly countries to the lunar surface.
Mission proposed for next year Moon
Let us tell you that China’s Chang’e-6 mission (Mission Moon) is proposed for next year. According to the news of The Global Times, this Chinese mission can be launched in 2024. Under this, China is preparing to reach space and collect samples from remote parts of the Moon. It is being said that China is eager to reach the lunar surface as soon as possible and collect samples from there and wants to create new records.
China will also take the payload of these countries along with Pakistan
Let us tell you that China is also trying to promote international cooperation under its Mission Moon. In this sequence, news has come from China National Space Administration (CNS) that during this Chang’e-6 mission, China is preparing to take payloads and satellite projects from different countries to the lunar surface. This includes Pakistan’s small satellite CubeSat, European Space Agency’s Negative Ion Detector, France’s Dorn Radon Detection Machine and Italy’s Laser Retro Reflective. Let us tell you that China is preparing to go to those remote parts of the moon which is also called the dark part of the moon.
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