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Beijing (AFP) - China is targeting a July launch for its ambitious plans for a Mars mission which will include landing a remote-controlled robot on the surface It should arrive around February 2021. The United Arab Emirates plans to launch the first Arab probe to the Red Planet on July 15 from Japan.
The Mars probe will be sent by the Long March-5 Y4 carrier rocket. The Long March-5 Y4 rocket has recently completed a 100-second test for its high thrust hydrogen-oxygen engine, which is the last According to the CASC, China will send a probe to orbit and land and deploy a rover on Mars .
China plans to launch its own Mars mission in a few weeks and send a probe to the Red Planet. The project is going as planned and the start is scheduled for July, said the company commissioned with the mission CASC on Sunday.
In the Mars mission "Tianwen", a probe is to be put into orbit around Mars, a landing device is to touch down on the surface of Mars and examine it. The probe's journey to Mars will take several months due to the long distance of around 55 million kilometers.
The People's Republic also wants to become a major power in space travel. Among other things, she wants to put her own space station called "Tiangong" (heavenly palace) into operation in 2022 and send a Chinese space traveler to the moon for the first time in about ten years and set up a permanent station there.
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