Friday / 16 November 2012

Chang’e-3 Looks To Launch 2013, May Cost GLXP Competitors US$5M

China National Space Administration¬†Announced “Definitive” Plans To Launch Chang’e-3 In 2013; Model On Display At ‘Airshow China 2012’; Li Dong Deputy Director Of China Aerospace Science And Technology Corp. Says Lunar Chang’e-3 Is Key Step In China’s Deep Space Exploration; 3rd Phase Requires Ascent Vehicle, Return Module, More; Chang’e-3 Would Reduce Google Lunar X-Prize By US$5M If Successful

Image Credit: CNSA, CASC, China.org, Xinhua