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China Has Once Again Become The Focus Of The World, Successfully Taking A Crucial Step In Aerospace

Aug 03, 2020

With the development of human science, people have also explored more and more unknown areas. For people, the outer space covered with layers of mystery is even more vast. Of course, only through our efforts can we explore little by little. And there has long been news that my country will achieve its first Mars exploration mission in 2020. According to the World Wide Web report, China has now successfully taken a crucial step in aerospace, and this news has also become the focus of world attention, making Chinese people even more excited. And this Mars exploration mission is also the most critical step in my country's aerospace industry.


Of course, we all know that although my country started late in the aerospace industry, it has now launched hundreds of satellites into earth orbit, and has also successfully realized the lunar back landing plan. Until now, the Yutu 2 lunar rover sent by our country is still a hard worker exploring the secrets of the back of the moon for mankind. Now my country’s Tianwen 1 Mars probe has been successfully launched. The so-called good start is half the battle. Although there are still many difficulties waiting for Tianwen 1 to break through one by one, we are full of concerns about its moments, and we also have high hopes for it. At the same time, we are confident that in the next 7 months, Tianwen 1 will bring us great surprises.


In the past few months, we are always looking forward to the good news from Tianwen 1 for us. However, the national aviation people will enter a very tense moment. During this period of time, Tianwen 1 will experience multiple difficulties in circumnavigation, landing, and landing. Each link is full of difficulties and dangers, and it also poses great challenges to aviation people. From the relevant data, we can see that Mars detection is 10 minutes difficult. Between the 1960s and the 1990s, the Soviet Union launched nearly 20 missions to Mars, but they all ended in failure. But in this process, Soviet scientists have also accumulated a lot of valuable experience, and after the 1990s, they finally successfully realized the mission to detect Mars. Although the success rate is still less than 70%, it also brings great news for the human Mars exploration project, and also makes people full of confidence in this project. With the development of human science, people have also explored more and more unknown areas. For people, the outer space covered with layers of mystery is even more vast. Of course, only through our efforts can we explore little by little. And there has long been news that my country will achieve its first Mars exploration mission in 2020. According to the World Wide Web report, China has now successfully taken a crucial step in aerospace, and this news has also become the focus of world attention, making Chinese people even more excited. And this Mars exploration mission is also the most critical step in my country's aerospace industry.


Of course, we all know that although my country started late in the aerospace industry, it has now launched hundreds of satellites into earth orbit, and has also successfully realized the lunar back landing plan. Until now, the Yutu 2 lunar rover sent by our country is still a hard worker exploring the secrets of the back of the moon for mankind. Now my country’s Tianwen 1 Mars probe has been successfully launched. The so-called good start is half the battle. Although there are still many difficulties waiting for Tianwen 1 to break through one by one, we are full of concerns about its moments, and we also have high hopes for it. At the same time, we are confident that in the next 7 months, Tianwen 1 will bring us great surprises.


In the past few months, we are always looking forward to the good news from Tianwen 1 for us. However, the national aviation people will enter a very tense moment. During this period of time, Tianwen 1 will experience multiple difficulties in circumnavigation, landing, and landing. Each link is full of difficulties and dangers, and it also poses great challenges to aviation people. From the relevant data, we can see that Mars detection is 10 minutes difficult. Between the 1960s and the 1990s, the Soviet Union launched nearly 20 missions to Mars, but they all ended in failure. But in this process, Soviet scientists have also accumulated a lot of valuable experience, and after the 1990s, they finally successfully realized the mission to detect Mars. Although the success rate is still less than 70%, it also brings great news for the human Mars exploration project, and also makes people full of confidence in this project.