According to the official report, the rover will start to work in a few days after landing.Any idea, when the first image will be released?
And here is the corresponding CCTV-2 footage (7.5 minutes, no Engsub):
YF-130 kerolox engine prototype. Thrust 500 tons, twin-chamber, twin-nozzle. 12 YF-130 together will provide 6000 tons thrust as the first stage of China’s Saturn-V class LM-9. Screenshot by China航天 at Sina Weibo.
In the same documentary, LM-9 LEO capacity was said to be 150 tons.
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