2 Main content 1. Chinese Lunar Exploration Program 2. Chang e-3 s Progress 3. Chang e-3 s Achievement
3 Chinese Lunar Exploration Program Phase I Orbital missions Phase III: Sample return 2007 Chang e Chang e Chang e 年 2010 Chang e Chang e Chang e-4 Phase II Soft landers/rovers
4 Chinese Lunar Exploration Program Chang e-1 Chang'e-1 was launched on 24/10/2007,scanned the Moon and generated a high definition 3D map. The probe also mapped the abundance and distribution of various chemical elements on the lunar. The spacecraft operated until 1 March 2009, when it was intentionally crashed into the surface of the Moon.
5 Chinese Lunar Exploration Program Chang e-2 Chang'e-2 was launched on 1/10/2010. On 25/8/2011, It left lunar orbit and headed for the Earth Sun L2 Lagrangian point in order to test the TT&C network.
6 Chinese Lunar Exploration Program Chang e-2 It completed a flyby of asteroid 4179 Toutatis on 13/12/2012, and obtained Optical image. Now, it is heading into deep space over 65 million kilometers.
7 Main Content 1. Chinese Lunar Exploration Program 2. Chang e-3 s Progress 3. Chang e-3 s Achievement
8 Chang e-3 s Progress Chang'e-3 was launched on 2/12/2013 aboard a Long March 3B rocket, successfully landed on the Moon on 14/12/2013. It carried with it a 140 kg lunar rover named Yutu, which is designed to explore an area of 3 square kilometres. Chang e-3 mission objective is to achieve China's first soft-landing and roving exploration on the Moon.
9 Chang e-3 s Progress Important event Launch Chang'e-3 was launched at 17:30 UTC on 1 December 2013 (01:30 local time on 2 December) aboard a Long March 3B rocket lunar orbit Chang'e-3 entered a 100 km-high circular lunar orbit on 6 December The spacecraft entered a 15 km 100 km elliptic orbit on 10 December Landing The landing took place at periapsis on 14 December. The landing sequence took about 12 minutes to complete.
11 Chang e-3 s Progress The landing site: N44.12,W19.51
12 Chang e-3 s Progress Important event separate lunar rover move to the moon surface from the lander on 15/12/2013.
13 Chang e-3 s Progress Important event Photograph The lander and rover photographed each other on 15/12/2013.
14 Chang e-3 s Progress Work on lunar The first lunar day, 14 Dec to 25 Dec The first lunar night, 25 Dec to 12 Jan The second lunar day, 12 Jan to 23 Jan The second lunar night, 23 Jan to 12 Feb. 2014
15 Main content 1. Chinese Lunar Exploration Program 2. Chang e-3 s Progress 3. Chang e-3 s Achievement
16 Chang e-3 s Achievement Project achievement Achieve China's first soft-landing and roving exploration on the Moon Achieve teleoperation of the lunar rover Achieve multiwindow and narrow-breadth lauch, high precision injection technology Devolop deep space station, and establish measurement and control network in deep space Carry out various scientific exploration Develop a series of high-level experimental equipment, form a series of experimental method Use radioisotope heater units to realize survival of the rover during a lunar night
17 Chang e-3 s Achievement Scientific achievement: There are 4 scientific equipments in lander, including landform camera, landing camera, Lunar Ultraviolet Telescope and Extreme Ultraviolet Camera. There are also 4 scientific equipments in rover, including panoramic camera, lunar-penetrating radar, alpha particle X-ray spectrometer and an infrared spectrometer. Until now, all of them are working in order,and obtain some preliminary scientific results.
18 Chang e-3 s Achievement Those pictures were took by landform camera and panoramic camera
19 Landform camera
20 Chang e-3 s Achievement The Lunar Ultraviolet Telescope (LUT) observe brightness and change of celestical body in near UV. In the first observational run, three sky images had been acquired in Draco NO Identification NO Identification 1 HD TYC N 2 HD HD HD IDS E 4 TYC HD HD HD HD TYC TYC TYC TYC TYC 11 HD TYC TYC TYC TYC TYC TYC there are 23 identified stars marked by the green circles The corresponding identifications in catalogs are listed in the table
21 Chang e-3 s Achievement The Extreme Ultraviolet Camera (EUVC) can track the Earth and detect the plasmaspheric 30.4 nm emission to monitor the evolution of the plasmaspheric distribution and structure and then to investigate the plasmaspheric responses to solar and geomagnetic activities. Earth plasmaspheric image detected by EUVC at 30.4 nm
22 CE-3 lunar-penetrating radar is a kind of rover-based lunar surface penetrating radar. It s a kind of time domain carrier-free pulse radar. Chang e-3 s Achievement The antennas mounted on lunar rover
23 Chang e-3 s Achievement Primary Test Result of Lunar Regolith Primary Test Result of Geological Structure
24 Chang e-3 s Achievement VNIS is one of the payloads equipped on the rover of Chinese first time lunar soft landing and investigating mission.it is equipped with spectral imaging function in VNIR band (0.45~0.95μm) and spectral detecting function in SWIR band (0.9~2.4μm). Mounting position of VNIS Probe of VNIS
25 Chang e-3 s Achievement Reflectivity curve of VNIS s premiere lunar surface detection Single band image and its cube of VNIS s premiere lunar surface detection
26 Chang e-3 s Achievement The Active Particle-induced X-ray Spectrometer (APXS), intended to analyze the chemical element composition of lunar samples. An initial analysis indicated that major rock-forming elements of the Moon can be identified in this spectrum.
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