The Chang Chang China e-4 stream has been successful to go across the moon.
After a trip of 240,000 miles (385,000km) trip that lasted 110 hours, the touring boat flew the 12th December and just 80 miles above the moon surface. This put him in a stable orbit, where he will stay to the aspiration to go ashore, which is expected next month.
Chang & # 39; e-4 was launched on 7 December on a Long March-3B rocket from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in the Sichuan China section.
The second spacecraft is the mission of the Chinese National Security Administration (CNSA) to try the first time on the far side of the moon.
His first spacecraft, communication satellite satellite called Queqiao, was launched on May 20 and is now based in the # 39; active tour about 40,000 miles over the moon.
A satellite is required on relay because the landlord is on the far side of the moon, he will not see Earth.
A date for the effort has not yet been progressed but it seems to happen in early January after administrators have been confident of having examined all systems.
The spacecraft will carry experiments and instruments from a number of countries, and including Germany, Holland, Saudi Arabia and Sweden.