25 December 2019
Leonard David is summarising the status of launch preparation for the Long March 5 rocket at Wenchang. His article is including a link to CGTN video footage from the launch site.
Leonard David also included a link to LaunchStuff on Twitter who announced the launch date for the CZ-5 set for 27 December. LaunchStuff also provided a link to a one minute video of the arrival of the 3rd Long March 5 on board the Yuanwang-21 and Yuanwang-22 at the Qinglan Port on Hainan Island, the off-loading, transport to assembly hall in Wenchang, and the assembly.
link to the video showing the CZ-5 arrival (might take a little while to load)
or follow LaunchStuff on Twitter
link to Leonard David's article...

21 December 2019
Which milestones regarding space is China aiming for in the new year 2020? What will make headlines? China Daily has an overview on that.
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21 December 2019
Chang'e 4 lander and Yutu 2 rover have resumed work for the 13th lunar day after laying dormant during the 12th lunar night, according to the Lunar Exploration and Space Programme Centre of the China National Space Administration. The lander woke up at 5:14 h BJT on 21 December, and the rover awoke at 18:43 h BJT on 20 December. Both are in normal working conditions. The rover has driven more than 345 m on the far side of the Moon to explore the territory.
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21 December 2019
The third Long March-5 rocket, China's largest carrier rocket, was vertically transported to the launching area at the Wenchang Space Launch Center in south China's Hainan Province on 21 December. The carrier rocket Long March 5 Y3, is planned to be launched at the end of December, according to the China National Space Administration. Space engineers have conducted a general assembly and tests on the rocket after it was transported to Wenchang at the end of October.
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22 December 2019
More than 4,000 sets of disaster prevention equipment were installed in Southwest China's Guizhou province and 29 geological disaster forecast devices built or renovated, which have already helped forecast geological disasters. Over 60,000 sets of equipment were developed and applied to help ease traffic congestion, accident reduction and emergency rescue. More than 10,000 pieces of equipment at scenic spots and travel agencies are pushing forward smarter tourism.
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20 December 2019
China on 17 December handed over a high-resolution (10 m) cropland data tool to Mozambique. The data will help improve Mozambique’s ability to deal with emergencies such as drought, flooding and insect epidemics. The handover ceremony was held during the 4th Digital Belt and Road Conference in Shenzhen on on 17 December, organized by the Digital Belt and Road Program (DBAR) team of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
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