NASA capston completes the second trajectory correction: it will further improve the path to the moon
Since 1955, the United States and the Soviet Union have been engaged in a 17 year space race. In 1957 and 1961, the Soviet Union took the lead in sending the world’s first man-made satellite and the first astronaut into space.
As the planet closest to the earth, the moon has naturally become the key exploration target of human beings. In the past days, human beings have launched a large number of detectors to the moon, but human detectors to the moon are not always successful. For example, in 2019, there was a lunar exploration mission that ended in failure.
At present, China’s yutu-2 lunar rover has been working on the back of the moon for more than 3 years, far exceeding the design life of 3 months. By the day of the 41st month, the total mileage of Yutu II had reached 1142 meters.