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    Quote Originally Posted by airfins View Post
    They landed there and station it there permanently to claim the territory Liao ,100km radius now belongs the red land !!!
    Quote Originally Posted by ricohflex View Post
    You are quite correct.
    It is partly about staking a claim.
    Presently technology and cost barriers prevent other countries besides USSR (unmanned), USA (manned) and China (unmanned) from lunar landing.

    When more countries can do so, they will start to quarrel over who has "rights" to which part of the moon.
    http://www.volokh.com/2013/12/17/property-rights-moon/



    Next, China will be building a Battle Star Galactica or a USS Enterprise.


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    Don't speak too soon , apparently chang er has repaired jade rabbit

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    Quote Originally Posted by hanzohattori View Post
    Don't speak too soon , apparently chang er has repaired jade rabbit
    Yup, 玉兔 "Yutu" (Jade Rabbit) squeaking via direct Microwave (X Band) comms uplink from either Low-Gain Antenna (LGA (omnidirectional)) or High-Gain Antenna (HGA (directional)) in response to Earth-Moon-Earth (EME) burst transmissions sent by the China National Space Administration (CNSA).

    Audio here.

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    玉兔 "Yutu" (Jade Rabbit) has been revived by her shifu(s) at Beijing Aerospace Command and Control Center (BACCC) and is now alive after being officially declared lost and written off by China National Space Administration (CNSA) just several days! Slowly regaining conspicuousness but status still critical.

    Quote Originally Posted by Signal Interception By Western Intelligence (UHF Satcom.com) Sources

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    UHF Satcom (‏@uhf_satcom): 2014-02-12 T 12:30

    Chang'e'3 YUTU lander is alive! Xband signals detected from moon and also EME reflection of Chinese TTC uplink on 7.2GHz - pics to follow!

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    UHF Satcom (‏@uhf_satcom): 2014-02-12 T 12:35

    First, EME signal from YUTU uplink on 7202.381MHz ; a big old signal and a piece of cake to copy in the speaker!

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    UHF Satcom (‏@uhf_satcom): 2014-02-12 T 12:42

    And, the signal we've all been waiting for, direct downlink from the Yutu rover! A pretty good signal!

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    UHF Satcom (‏@uhf_satcom): 2014-02-12 T 13:03

    A quick Doppler corrected plot using r00ts amazing software tools; this is the 7.2GHz uplink to the Yutu rover.

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    UHF Satcom (‏@uhf_satcom): 2014-02-12 T 13:09

    Doppler corrected signal from Yutu rover, pretty strong signals, in fact almost the best I have seen! I need a QSL!
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    Thanks 9VOrion superb stuff here

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    YouTube Video ID No. XMNOJWJ8CY0

    The fact that 玉兔 "Yutu" (Jade Rabbit) lasted this long beyond the expectations of many and is still operational after all this time is a testament to what the Beijing Aerospace Command and Control Center (BACCC) of the China National Space Administration (CNSA) can accomplished when the best minds amongst 1,367 billion citizens places their hearts and souls into it with the utmost dedication.
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    Wow! Long Live Yutu!

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    Quote Originally Posted by An drew View Post

    Please move along side, Battlestar Galatica... A new class of capital ships is now in the galactic neighbourhood...

    Last edited by 9V-Orion Images; 18th September 2014 at 01:32 AM.
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