Home > News content

Long march 5B rocket leaves for Wenchang: will launch the core module of space station

via:快科技     time:2021/2/18 21:07:41     readed:496

With China's manned space project in full swing into the mission preparation stage of space station construction, many teams undertaking manned space missions still stick to their posts in the past Spring Festival. On February 16, China's manned space project released news,During the Spring Festival, the general assembly and ground equipment of the core module of the space station are being carried out in an orderly manner, and the flight control test team has entered the stage of intense sprint preparation.

The long march 5B yao-2 carrier rocket, which is about to launch the core module of the space station, is on its way to Wenchang launch site in Hainan.

At the same time, it is necessary to carry out the launch mission of tianzhou-2 cargo spacecraftLong March 7 tele3 launch vehicleThe whole rocket assembly is in progress.

The mission of Shenzhou 12 and Shenzhou 13Long march-2 f yao-12 and yao-13 launch vehicles, ready to go.

The long march 5B launch vehicle will fly for the first time in May 2020, which will accurately launch China's new generation of manned spacecraft test ship into the predetermined orbit. Its low earth orbit carrying capacity reaches 25 tons, ranking first in China's rockets and the forefront of active rockets in the world.

According to the mission plan for the construction of the space station, 11 missions will be carried out this year and next, including three space station cabin launches, four cargo spaceships and four manned spaceships. The construction of the space station will be completed in 2022.

Among them, the core module of the space station is to be launched by the long march 5B carrier rocket this spring.

At present, the chang-5-b rocket is carrying out all kinds of work before leaving the factory as planned. It plans to accept the factory evaluation in the near future. After passing the evaluation, it will be transported to China's Wenchang space launch site by sea to carry out the launch mission.

China IT News APP

Download China IT News APP

Please rate this news

The average score will be displayed after you score.

Post comment

Do not see clearly? Click for a new code.

User comments