It is no longer news, the advancement of technology in China
The Long March-5 Y3 blasts off from Wenchang Space Launch Center in the south of China's Hainan Province. The rocket, coded as Long March-5 Y3, blasted off from the coastal launch center at (Beijing time), carrying the Shijian-20 technological experiment satellite weighing over eight tonnes, the heaviest and most advanced communications satellite of the country. About 2,220 seconds later, the satellite was sent into its planned orbit. (Xinhua/Chen Yehua).
As it stands now, China has decided to take the bull by its horn and the advancement and the innovation in China has become viral in different part of the world.
The Long March-5 is said to be the largest, two-stage rocket, which is capable of carrying a payload of 25 tonnes, equivalent to the weight of 16 cars, to low Earth orbit, eight tonnes to Earth-Moon transfer orbit, 14 tonnes to geostationary transfer orbitor five tonnes to Earth-Mars transfer orbit, over twice the capacity of the current main Long March series rockets.
Combined with an upper stage, the rocket is capable of sending probes to explore Jupiter and other planets in the solar system, according to the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC). Technology in China is no doubt has been a developed technology amongst the nations of the world.
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