China is Planning to Send People to the Moon

Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin set foot on the moon. In 1969, the lunar eclipse of Bismayjagania engulfed the entire world. From 1979 to 1982, a total of six Apollo missions landed on the moon. But since then NASA has not conducted any lunar missions. This time China is planning to send people to the moon.

China will send people to the moon

Announces the launch of a new spacecraft for the lunar mission on Tuesday (May 5) evening. It tested their ambition to operate a permanent space station and send astronauts to the moon.

The Chinese manned space agency said in a statement that the new larger carrier rocket was named "Long March 5B". It is expected to make its maiden flight from the Wenchang launch station on the southern island of Henan.

Long March 5B will be able to transport astronauts to the space station in one day. It is planned to complete the construction of the spacecraft by 2022. It will take astronauts to the moon.

The United States is still the only country in the world that has been able to send people to the moon. But Beijing has taken huge steps in its efforts to capture the US space program. In the meantime, China has sent satellites into orbit and a rover right next to the moon. Since 1999, Beijing has launched a number of spacecraft. These spacecraft have been modeled according to Russia's 'Soyuz'.
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