China Gets Ready to Launch Chang’e-4 Relay Satellite

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China is ready with its next satellite launch plan. The country is looking forward to launching a relay satellite called Queqiao to Lagrange point, the second Earth moon, on May 21. The Queqiao satellite is part of China’s Chang’e 4 mission to the far side of the moon. 

It is a notable and essential fact that Chang’e-4 is the backup to the earlier Chang’e-3 mission. In the year 2013, the Chang’e-3 mission has sent a rover and lander on Mare Imbrium. After achieving this unparalleled success, the Chang’e-4 lunar-craft has been prepared to land on the far side of the moon. The orbital duration of the moon does not let the lunar far side face the Earth. Hence, a

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