China's CALT Aims To Fly Proposed Long March 9 Moon Rocket By 2030

Credit: Long March: CMSEO
BEIJING—China’s main space launcher builder has loosened the schedule for flying a super-heavy rocket, leaving open the possibility of launching the first unit at least two years later than previously planned. But the launcher, needed for proposed manned lunar landings by 2031-36, could also fly a...

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