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China will launch a device for an experimental flight to the moon

One of the most suitable days from 24 to 26 October from the Xichang cosmodrome located in the south-western part of China will launch the first experimental flying machine designed to perform an experimental flight to the Moon and return flight to Earth as part of the implementation of the Chinese research program The moon. This is reported by IA Xinhua with reference to the representative of the State Administration of Defense Science, Technology and Industry of China.

In December 2013, China successfully landed the Chang'e-3 spacecraft; since then, the country has switched to the third stage of the lunar exploration program, that is, it has begun preparations for the launch of the new Chang'e-2017 unmanned vehicle approximately in 5. In order to ensure a successful launch of the Chang'e-5 spacecraft, it was decided to launch an experimental flying vehicle, which must first approach the Moon, then return to the atmosphere and land in the central part of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.

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