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Xinhua | Updated:2017-03-01 21:53BEIJING — A model prototype of Chinas first Mars probe is under development as the country plans to launch the probe around the summer of 2020, a leading Chinese aerospace expert told Xinhua on Wednesday.”The probe will be launched at the Wenchang Space Launch Center in Chinas southern Hainan province,” said Ye Peijian, a consultant to the program undertaken by the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation.”China is also preparing for the exploration of asteroids and Jupiter, as part of its plans for deep-space exploration,” said Ye, who is also a member of the National Committee of the Chinese Peoples Political Consultative Conference.”The exploration of asteroids will be conducted after China finishes its first Mars exploration,” Ye said.He said that a second Mars exploration, hopefully around 2030, was expected to bring back samples. And research on the planets structure, composition and environment would be conducted.As to the importance of exploring asteroids, Ye said, “By collecting material from asteroids and analyzing their structure and composition, we can explore the formation of the solar system and the origin of life on Earth.”According to Ye, China plans to launch the Change-5 lunar probe around the end of November this year.The mission will feature Chinas first automated moon surface sampling, first moon take-off, first unmanned docking in a lunar orbit about 380,000 km from Earth, and first return flight in a speed close to second cosmic velocity.”Whether Change-5 can make a successful return with samples of lunar soil will be a big highlight and primary challenge in the mission,” Ye said. “If successful, China will have its own lunar surface samples, which will help us know more about the moon, including its state, temperature and material.”China plans to fulfill three strategic steps with the launch of Change-5 — orbiting, landing and returning.The country also plans to launch the Change-4 lunar probe around 2018 to achieve mankinds first soft landing on the far side of the moon.Related StoriesRiding an asteroid: Chinas next goal in spaceUS SpaceX to fly 2 space tourists around moon in 2018SpaceX aborts approach to space station, delivery delayedChurchills space essay praised by scientistPhotoPhotographer transforms female construction workers into elegant ladiesNPC deputies speak up for the grassrootsCliff walkway decorated with 3D imagesBig data: Top word used by Xi during 2013-2016 two sessionsA glimpse of womens makeup in ancient ChinaWomen across the country celebrate their dayLatestYangchuanosaurus to appear on Chinese Dinosaur StampsTibet to spend big on fighting povertyChongqing panda blood donor is a lifesaverChinese scientists plan wearable device that can listen, speakPhotographer transforms female construction workers into elegant ladiesState Council NewsPremier calls for government function to be further transformedPremier Li joins discussion with delegates from GuangxiExclusiveBig data: Top word used by Xi during 2013-2016 two sessionsXis leadership: Empowering women; inspiring equalityDeveloping China, using intellectual capitalEditors picksFirst national park receiving strong legal and financial supportLawmaker calls for end to issue of left-behind childrenTen photos you dont wanna missTen photos from across China: Feb 24 – March 2SpecialCementing countrys rule of lawCircuit courts in ChinaBACK TO THE TOPHOMECHINAWORLDBUSINESSLIFESTYLECULTURETRAVELWATCHTHISSPORTSOPINIONREGIONALFORUMNEWSPAPERChina Daily PDFChina Daily E-paperMOBILECopyright 1995 -var oTime = new Date();
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