|Scientific Progress in China’s Lunar Exploration Program|
|Xu Lin; Ouyang Ziyuan
|Abstract||Chang’E-1, the first lunar mission in China, was successfully launched on October 24,2007, which opened the prelude of China’s Lunar Exploration Program. Later on, the Chang’E-2 and Chang’E-3 satellites were successfully launched in 2010 and 2013, respectively. In order to achieve the science objectives, various payloads boarded the spacecraft. The scientific data from these instruments were received by Beijing and Kunming ground stations simultaneously. Up to now, about 5.628 Terabytes of raw data were received totally. A series of research results has been achieved. This paper presents a brief introduction to the main scientific results and latest progress from Chang’E-3 mission.|
|First Author Affilication||National Astronomical Observatories, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Xu Lin,Ouyang Ziyuan. Scientific Progress in China’s Lunar Exploration Program[J]. 空间科学学报,2014,000(005):525.
Xu Lin,&Ouyang Ziyuan.(2014).Scientific Progress in China’s Lunar Exploration Program.空间科学学报,000(005),525.
Xu Lin,et al."Scientific Progress in China’s Lunar Exploration Program".空间科学学报 000.005(2014):525.
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