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The European Space Agency congratulates the successful setting of the lunar probe

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The European Space Agency congratulates the successful setting of the lunar probe

December 1st local time, the European Space Agency shared on social media the news that the E-E5 probe had successfully landed in the pre-selected landing area on the front of the moon, and congratulated the Chinese National Space Administration.

ESA also said that through its global tracking station network, ESA has provided technical support for the ‘E5 probe.

After the launch of ‘O 5, ESA’s Kuru ground station in French Guiana tracked it for several hours.

When the ‘Ev5 returns to Earth, ESA will receive signals through the Maspalomas ground station in Spain.

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