China demonstrated a new spacecraft
In China, preparations for the Lunar mission are in full swing, new technologies are being developed, a rocket is being built, and the state is increasing funding. Recently, developers from China showed a new spacecraft to conquer the moon, it can also be used in the future and other longer flights to the nearest space. It is essentially a variant of the interplanetary spacecraft of the future. You can see a photo of the development in the network, it was published by the Academy of space technologies of China (CAST). In its functionality, it is largely
similar to the model with the American Orion module from NASA, and all other American developments in the field of long-distance flights are also largely
copied by Chinese craftsmen. The new device does not yet have a name, but it probably does not matter, because the fact that the Chinese themselves have made almost largely
similar model of something previously created. I am glad probably the fact that less and less Chinese specialists need time to repeat the development made abroad, they repeat and simultaneously modify, improve and in the end what turns out to be largely
better than the prototype. The media write that the new space module will have two parts. In one module will is energy fixation, in another will be based crew, module with crew will removable. The starting mass of the module is 20 tons, it will be 9 meters long. For one start, such a ship will be able to put into orbit a group of astronauts from 6 people. In the unmanned version, the ship will have to fly into orbit in test mode in the next 2020 year. It is not difficult to understand that Chinese engineers have created a really competitive sample to the well-advertised Orion module in the US.
Immediately after the publication of the news in the press began to appear comments of various experts. Many tend to believe that the Chinese ship is in no way inferior to analogues from the United States. There is on Board and orbital compartment, which can be unfastened in orbit after the completion of the mission and it will fly a few months in orbit performing any function, the flight will continue in standalone mode.
China first sent a man into space 16 years ago, largely
due to cooperation with Russia. Chinese engineers studied in Russia and eventually copied and improved all the achievements of Russian space. It is probably no secret that the first spacesuits for Chinese cosmonauts were completely copies of those used for spacewalks by Russian cosmonauts. On the one hand, this is the fruit of joint cooperation, and on the other hand, the use of the knowledge base in order to be the first on the moon as a result. As it turns out, it is no one will be interested, the fact that the Chinese expedition will be the first is important. It is already partly the first on the back side of the moon, but no country in the world sent its Lunokhod to the back side of the moon. China is clearly striving to be the first in the lunar race, which in fact will turn out only God knows.
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China demonstrated a new spacecraft
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