The reporter learned from the National Space Administration that at 22:06 Beijing time on November 24, the 3000N engine of the 3000N probe of the ‘e’e-5 spacecraft worked for about two seconds, successfully completed the first orbital correction, and continued to fly to the moon. The orbital accuracy of the launch of the ‘e-5 mission is relatively high, and the orbit correction is very small.
During the flight of the ‘e-5 detector, due to a variety of factors, orbital deviations will occur. It is necessary to complete the orbit control of the corresponding detector according to the measurement of the deviation between the actual flight orbit of the detector and the designed orbit to ensure that the detector always flies in the appropriate orbit.
By the time of the first orbital correction, the systems of the ‘Ev5 rover were in good condition. They had been in orbit for about 17 hours and were about 160,000 kilometers away from the earth.