Represented aircraft: From Chang’e 1 to Chang’e 4
Chang’e 1 was an unmanned Chinese lunar-orbiting spacecraft. It was launched on 24 October 2007 and named after the Chinese Moon goddess,Chang’e.
In a very distant past, ten suns had risen together into the skies. The archer Yi shot down nine of them and was given the elixir of immortality as a reward. He did not consume it as he did not want to gain immortality without his beloved wife Chang’e.
However, while Yi went out hunting, his apprentice Fengmeng broke into his house and tried to force Chang’e to give him the elixir; she refused and drank it herself.
Chang’e then flew upwards towards the heavens, choosing the moon as residence. Yi discovered what had transpired and felt sad, so he displayed the fruits and cakes that Chang’e had liked, and gave sacrifices to her，which becomes the origin of the Mid-Autumn Moon Festival.
Represented spacecraft: From Shenzhou 1 to Shenzhou 11
The Shenzhou program put the first Chinese citizen, Yang Liwei, into orbit on 15 October 2003.
The story of the Great Flood in Chinese mythology Yu tried a different approach to the project of flood control; which in the end having achieved success, earned Yu renown throughout Chinese history and is commonly referred to as “Great Yu Controls the Waters.”
Represented aircraft: Tiangong-1，Tiangong-2
China launched its first space laboratory, Tiangong-1, on September 29, 2011. Following Tiangong-1, a more advanced space laboratory complete with cargo ship, dubbed Tiangong-2, was launched on September 15, 2016.
According to Chinese popular religion, there are three domains in the cosmos —— Heaven, Earth, and the Underworld. The gods at the Court of the Jade Emperor were important deities who were worshipped throughout China. It was understood that all these gods actually resided in Heaven, at the Court of the Jade Emperor.
Represented aircraft: The Dark Matter Particle Explorer known as Wukong
The Dark Matter Particle Explorer, or DAMPE (also known as Wukong), was launched on 17 December 2015. DAMPE is a space telescope used for the detection of high energy gamma rays, electrons and cosmic ray ions, to aid in the search for dark matter.
Sun Wukong, also known as the Monkey King, is a figure who features in a body of legends. He appears as a main character Chinese classical novel Journey to the West. In the novel, he is a monkey born from a stone who acquires supernatural powers through Taoist practices. After rebelling against heaven and being imprisoned under a mountain by the Buddha, he later accompanies the monk Tang Sanzang on a journey to retrieve Buddhist sutras from “the West”.
Sun Wukong possesses immense strength; he is able to travel 108,000 li (5,400 kilometres) in one somersault. Sunis also able to recognize the evil with “golden-gaze fiery-eyes” which can help to recognize the dark matter.
Represented aircraft: BeiDou Navigation Satellite System，BDS
The BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS) is a Chinese satellite navigation system. On December 27, 2018, Beidou-3 officially began to provide global services.
In traditional Chinese astronomy the asterism is known as the “Northern Dipper” (北斗) or the “Seven Stars of the Northern Dipper”. Each star has a distinct name, which likewise has varied over time and depending upon the asterism being constructed. The Chinese also learn to use the Big Dipper and Polaris to find the direction north and tell seasons.
Represented aircraft: Queqiao relay satellite
Direct communications with Earth are impossible on the far side of the Moon, since transmissions are blocked by the Moon itself. Communications must go through a communications relay satellite. On 21 May 2018, CNSA launched the Queqiao relay satellite to a halo orbit around the Earth–Moon L2 point.
The general tale is a love story between Zhin� (the weaver girl) and Niulang (the cowherd). Their love was not allowed, thus they were banished to opposite sides of the Silver River. Once a year, on the 7th day of the 7th lunar month, a flock of magpies would form a bridge to reunite the lovers for one day.
Represented aircraft: Yutu rover
Yutu rover is an unmanned lunar rover that formed part of the Chinese Chang’e 3 mission to the Moon. It was launched on 2 December 2013, and reached the Moon’s surface on 15 December 2013. On 31 July 2016, Yutu ceased to operate, well beyond its original expected lifespan.
The moon rabbit in folklore is a rabbit that lives on the Moon. In Chinese folklore, it is often portrayed as a companion of the Moon goddess Chang’e. The rabbit pounds medicine for the mortals. But in Japanese and Korean versions, it is pounding the ingredients for rice cake.
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