China Find new partners for Lunar and Deep space Research


October3, 2022

By Aahil

China wants to build partnerships to launch new missions on the moon and deep space proper research of the solar system.

Official organization of China gave a myriad of opportunities for international cooperation during a session which was held at the International Astronautical Congress (IAC) in Paris.

China is operating on Tianwen-2, a close to Earth asteroid mission which will also observe a main belt comet that will be launched around 2025.

China is getting proposals to other countries in order to launch the mission and China has disclosed the features of collaborative projects with Europe.

Interestingly The UAE will have a small rover with a mass of around 10 kilograms on board the mission.

The Tianwen-3 collect samples from Mars and the Tianwen-4 mission to Jupiter and Uranus are still at initial stages and these missions are open to collaboration.

The ILRS roadmap was introduced as a joint project with partnerships China and Russia in St. Petersburg during another International Astronautical Federation (IAF) event.