The World’s First Lunar Exploration Microsatellite Landed On The Moon

Just after the official media came the news, at 10:20 on the night of July 31, the Longjiang-2 satellite, which had been active for 437 days on the lunar orbit, hit the designated back area of the moon under the premise of completing the scheduled mission, causing the back of the moon to appear. A new pit, combined with the Yutu No. 2, which is active in the lunar area, the Longjiang No. 2 hit the moon back, which may bring a new mission to Yutu No. 2, because the emergence of a new pit helps to further explore the moon. Composition.

Different from the exploration of lunar satellites in the past, Longjiang No. 2 will become the world’s first microsatellite that independently completes the diurnal transfer, near-month braking, and monthly flight. China Aerospace is also creating new human lunar exploration records. It provides a new idea for other small countries to explore the moon, because the total weight of the Longjiang-2 satellite is only 47 kilograms, the relative cost is relatively low, and the original scheduled activity time of the satellite is about 1 year, but the actual activity time has reached 437 days. Completed the established mission of exploring the moon.

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