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Chinese Space Program, Future Exploration Roadmap
Paolo
post Oct 2 2014, 09:15 AM
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The latest issue of the Chinese Journal of Space Science includes a review paper of the Chang'e program from CE-1 to CE-3:
Scientific Progress in China's Lunar Exploration Program as well as a roadmap for solar system exploration up to 2030 (Mars and Venus missions, a Jupiter orbiter, NEO missions and a Ceres sample return): China's Deep-space Exploration to 2030
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post Oct 4 2014, 12:17 AM
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.... a roadmap for solar system exploration up to 2030 (Mars and Venus missions, a Jupiter orbiter, NEO missions and a Ceres sample return):


A roadmap or perhaps a 'wishlist' the required launch capability to be provided by the Long March 5 launch system, maiden flight in late 2015.
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