Live: Special coverage of the Chang’e-5 landing operation in China



Launched on November 24, Chang’e-5 is the world’s first lunar monster mission in more than 40 years. According to the China National Space Administration (CNSA), the spacecraft’s lander-ascender combination separated from its orbiter-returner combination at 4:40 a.m. Monday (Beijing time).

The Chinese Chang’e-5 probe is expected to conduct a three-day landing operation to conduct the first sample collection from an alien body. CGTN’s special coverage of the Chang’e-5 landing operation in China brings you the latest on the most complicated and challenging mission in China’s aviation history.


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