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SpaceX is American so it counts anyways lol , and double rovers can be easily done by NASA except they don't cause NASA doesn't need to sooo.

NASA has better funding than CNSA therefore will be ahead in certain things only
Done it before u claim it's easy. US has never done a robotic lunar soil return before. The tech is totally different between manned and unmanned. Why the new rocket thrust supposed to match saturn V failed since US has done it before?


Finally, a Chinese scientist is paid how much compare to a US scientist? If u think NASA has more fund and can do more than CNSA then u are wrong.
 
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If you're using a PC rn then throw it away since the invention is American , so yeah we are definitely more innovative due to the free and individualistic culture that promotes innovation unlike China who's more close minded
Whose we? You're a Bengali migrant. White Americans despise you and think of you as a desperately poor alien invader.
 

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Chinese rocket for space station mission arrives at launch site
Source: Xinhua | 2021-04-12 17:40:03 | Editor: huaxia


WENCHANG, Hainan, April 12 (Xinhua) -- China's Long March-7 Y3 rocket, which will launch the cargo craft of China's space station, has arrived at its launch site in southern China's Hainan Province.

The rocket, alongside the Tianzhou-2 cargo craft that has already been transported to the Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site, will be assembled and tested at the launch site, the China Manned Space Engineering Office (CMSEO) said on Monday.

The CMSEO said the facilities and equipment at the launch site are in good condition and preparations are being carried out as scheduled.
 

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Manned spacecraft, carrier rocket for Shenzhou-12 mission arrive at launch center
Source: Xinhua | 2021-04-15 16:11:08 | Editor: huaxia

JIUQUAN, April 15 (Xinhua) -- The manned spacecraft and carrier rocket for the Shenzhou-12 manned space mission have arrived at the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China.

The manned craft and the Long March-2F carrier rocket are now undergoing final assembly and testing at the launch site, the China Manned Space Agency (CMSA) said on Friday.

The astronauts for the Shenzhou-12 manned space mission are participating in intensive training before embarking on their space journey, said the CMSA.

All facilities at the launch site are in good condition, and all systems that will be involved in the mission are undergoing orderly preparations, it said.

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Manned spacecraft, carrier rocket for Shenzhou-12 mission arrive at launch center
Source: Xinhua | 2021-04-15 16:11:08 | Editor: huaxia

JIUQUAN, April 15 (Xinhua) -- The manned spacecraft and carrier rocket for the Shenzhou-12 manned space mission have arrived at the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China.

The manned craft and the Long March-2F carrier rocket are now undergoing final assembly and testing at the launch site, the China Manned Space Agency (CMSA) said on Friday.

The astronauts for the Shenzhou-12 manned space mission are participating in intensive training before embarking on their space journey, said the CMSA.

All facilities at the launch site are in good condition, and all systems that will be involved in the mission are undergoing orderly preparations, it said.

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FILE - This file image made available by the China National Space Administration on Dec. 16, 2020, shows the Tianwen-1 probe en route to Mars. China’s first Mars rover will be named Zhurong after a traditional fire god, the government announced Saturday, April 24, 2021. The rover is aboard the Tianwen-1 probe that arrived in Mars orbit on Feb. 24 and is due to land in May to look for evidence of life.  (CNSA via AP, File)
© Provided by Associated PressFILE - This file image made available by the China National Space Administration on Dec. 16, 2020, shows the Tianwen-1 probe en route to Mars. China’s first Mars rover will be named Zhurong after a traditional fire god, the government announced Saturday, April 24, 2021. The rover is aboard the Tianwen-1 probe that arrived in Mars orbit on Feb. 24 and is due to land in May to look for evidence of life. (CNSA via AP, File)


BEIJING (AP) — China will launch its next robot lunar lander in 2024, and it will carry equipment from France, Sweden, Russia and Italy, the official news agency reported.

Plans call for Chang’e 6 to land near the lunar south pole and collect samples for return to Earth, the program’s chief designer, Hu Hao, said at a conference Saturday, according to the Xinhua News Agency.

The Chang’e landers are part of Chinese space exploration efforts that also include a probe that is preparing to land a robot rover on Mars. There are also plans for a crewed orbital station, landing a human on the moon and retrieving soil from an asteroid.

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In December, the previous moon probe, Chang’e 5, returned lunar rocks to Earth for the first time since the 1970s.
Chang’e 6 is to “collect lunar samples automatically for comprehensive analysis and research,” Hu was quoted as saying at the conference in the eastern city of Nanjing.

The lander is expected to carry instruments developed by scientists from France, Sweden, Italy and Russia, Hu said. He gave no details of what they will do.

The announcement reflects growing interaction between China’s secretive, military-linked space program and other countries
 
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