According to the presentation, the first investigative stage will last from 2021 to 2025. China plans to send three missions within this period: Chang’e 4, Chang’e 6 and Chang’e 7. Russia plans to launch an automatic station “Luna 25,” lunar polar orbiter “Luna 26” and lunar lander “Luna 27”.
The missions will use Chinese CZ-3B and CZ-5 launch vehicles, as well as Russia’s Soyuz-2. The goal of this stage is to choose an area for constructing a station and to develop the technology for a highly accurate soft landing on the Moon.
According to the presentation, China and Russia have not ruled out “launching potential missions of other partners”.
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