Hope it pulls through.
Hope it pulls through.
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Last edited by ricohflex; 27th January 2014 at 10:03 PM.
I eats, shoots & leaves
Seems like China National Space Administration (CNSA) managed to resolve the minor "abnormality".
Anyway 嫦娥三号 (Chang'e 3) / 玉兔 (Jade Rabbit) is already on their 14.77 days of sleep period during the lunar night, nothing further that CNSA can do much about expect running trials on the terrestial based prototype and hope for the best that both of them wakes up during sunrise.
嫦娥奔月。However this time, it looks like the Chinese wants 嫦娥 to bring lunar deposits back. It seems inevitable that China will start mining the moon. The 玉兔 will start to procreate and produce many 铁兔 who will burrow underground.
Even so, development in the pioneering field of fusion reactors is still fledgling with the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) having just began construction, not much use for Helium-3 (He-3) without anyway to harness its properties though I still fondly remembered how one of my professor has put across a point in a lecture on the way other nations have immediate strategic national planning / industrial policies that are perhaps meant for the next 4 years to 10 years, the Chinese does it with roadmaps for the next centuries to millennium.
anyone wants to eat rabbit meat? colleague bought it from China.
I ate hare's meat in Germany before. It taste better than chicken. But since is not something I have been raised up on, I am not used to it.
Rabbit from China...haha.
Cold Storage used to sell frozen rabbit meat. Some idiot complained.
Anyway you can go to Senso in Club Street.
Back to topic. If the PRC tech is still backward and they cannot get the lunar vehicle right, they better not try a manned lunar landing in near future.
Last edited by ricohflex; 1st February 2014 at 06:20 PM.
Guidance Officer (GUIDO) Steve Bales in Houston Mission Control Center (MCC) would have immediately aborted the first lunar landing attempt after 1201 and 1202 alarm rang off repeatedly from the Apollo Guidance Computer (AGC) / Apollo Primary Guidance, Navigation and Control System (PGNCS) as Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin descended in the Lunar Module (LM) "Eagle" just 1,800 metres above the surface of the Moon with the Descent Propulsion System (DPS) rapidly running out of hypergolic propellant.