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China's Chang'e 5 Spacecraft Successfully Returned to Earth with Lunar Soil and Rock Samples which Energy China was involved in the Hoisting Construction
Date:2021-01-18 VisitCount: Font size:[ L M S ]
Last week, China's Chang'e 5 spacecraft successfully returned to Earth with lunar soil and rock samples. This is inseparable from the accurate navigation of China's "super telescopes" (including the Miyun Observatory in Beijing and Sheshan Observatory in Shanghai). Energy China was involved in the hoisting construction of the two observatories. The Miyun Observatory has a 50-meter radio telescope, which is China’s most important data collection station for space engineering and lunar exploration. The radio telescope’s diameter in Sheshan Observatory is 65 meters, which has created the record of the largest single hoisting area.

In addition, Energy China also joined the construction of China Guizhou Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Radio Telescope (FAST), the world's largest single-aperture Telescope. Energy China has participated in the design and optimization of FAST feed systems, construction drawing designs, manufacturing and installation engineering consulting services, and other works.


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