The Chinese space probe moved to the country for the first time on the dark side of the moon, the official Xinhua news agency reported.
The probe, Chang-e-4, entered the planned orbit on Sunday to prepare for the first soft landing on the far side of the moon, the news agency reported, citing the Chinese National Space Administration.
He did not say when it landed – but experts from the Smithsonian Institute, the US museum group and research centers, reported that the craftsmanship was expected to set up a Crater landing in Crater between January 1 and 3, according to the South China Morning Post.
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Changer-4 (painting of the painter), today entered the lunar orbit and will be the first rover to land on the farther from the surface of the moon. The harbor will help guide the spacecraft to the dark side of the moon
Chang'e-e-4 will be directed to the crater Von Karman, which is the largest in the entire solar system at 24,000 kilometers and deep eight miles.
The moon is rather locked on Earth, rotating at the same rate as orbiting our planet, so that the far side – or "dark side" – is never visible from Earth.
The previous spacecraft were seen farther away from the moon, but nobody landed on it.
China launched the Chang's E-4 investigation earlier this month, carried by the Long March-3B rocket.
This includes the ice and the rover to explore the surface of the moon.
Chang-e-4 was described as "very ambitious" and hinted as a sign of China's growing intentions to compete in space exploration of the United States, Russia and the EU
Xinhua said the probe entered the elliptical lunar orbit in Beijing at 08.55, bringing it to the nearest point just 15 kilometers from the surface of the Moon.
Chang's e-4 first entered the lunar orbit on 12 December.
Chang's tasks include astronomical observation, terrain measurement, moon and mineral composition of the moon, and measurement of neutron radiation and neutral atoms for studying the environment away from the moon.
China aims to reach Russia and the United States to become a great cosmic force by 2030.
She plans to start building her own human team next year.
However, while China insisted that its ambitions were purely peaceful, the US Department of Defense accused it of undertaking activities to prevent other nations from using resources during a crisis.
The Space Control Center will select the "right time" to land the probe away from the moon, Xinhua reported.
Its origin is aided by a relay satellite, Queqiao, or the Magpie Bridge.
The retro-crawlers of the investigation fired on December 12 to stabilize the spacecraft and slow it down.
It was taken off the satellite launch center Xichang in Sichuan, southwestern China, at 6:30 am on Dec. 7 at the top of the Long March-3B rocket.
It is expected to perform a "soft landing" and land on the moon after completing its 27-day journey through space.
Researching the vast majority of the moon's surface can throw a new light on history and geology by collecting rocks that have never been seen before.
He will visit the unexplored region on the Moon's surface called the South Pole-Eatken Basin (pictured) located on the southern hemisphere of the moon
The relay satellite will fly to Earth-Moon in orbit about 80,000 kilometers from the surface of the Moon (in the picture)
The researchers hope that the immense depth of the crater will allow them to study the moon on the moon, the layer below the surface, the moon.
Chang-e-4 has been described as "very ambitious" and declared as a sign of China's growing intentions to compete in space exploration of the United States, Russia, and the EU.
To ease communication between Earth's controllers and Chang's Chang-e-4, China launched a docked satellite called Queqiao on May 20 and is now stationed in an operational orbit of about 40,000 miles outside the moon.
RESEARCH OF A CHINESE SPACE
China has landed its Yutu, or "Jade Rabbit", a rover on the moon five years ago, and plans to send its Chang's inquiry into Chang's next year.
Change-5 is following the current mission and will return to Earth with the first samples of the moon since 1976.
The Asian superpower also looks at the crew lunar mission.
On September 29, 2011, China launched Tiangong 1.
On December 14, 2013, China Chang 3 became the first soft-land facility on the moon of Moon 24 in 1976
The second space laboratory, Tiangong 2, began on September 15, 2016.
A larger basic permanent space station will be the third and final phase of Project 921.
The first part, appointed Tiangong 3, is scheduled for launch after Tiangong 2.
The Chinese Space Station should be completed in 2020.
China also plans to conduct the first exploration program for Mars exploration sometime between 2033 and 2033, followed by a crew phase in 2040-2060.
Its payload will include materials necessary for experiments, including low-frequency radio, panoramic camera and moon-piercing radar, among others
The investigation and the researcher will use Queqiao to restore the findings to China. While the landing took place on the dark side of the moon, he asked his own satellite to be able to send information back
This will be the primary form of communication between the Earth and the spacecraft.
The investigation and the researcher will use Queqiao to restore the findings to China. While the landing took place on the dark side of the moon, he demanded that his own satellite be able to send information back.
The latest mission in China closely follows the NASA spacecraft landing in Insight on Mars on Monday, the site of less than 400 kilometers from the American rover Curiosity, the only other working robot on Mars.
Chang-e-4 launched from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in Sichuan, southwest China at 06:30 GMT on December 7
The Chinese plan includes two missions. One puts a satellite in orbit around the moon to provide means for sending information and data back to Earth (left). The other part is a paddle and a rover that will work together to explore the surface of the moon (right)