China recently built an artificial moon research facility, which is highly capable of reducing the level of gravity from the phenomenon of magnetism.
The reason behind the creation of this artificial moon is to banish gravity with the help of the stringent magnetic fields within a 60 cm vacuum chamber system.
What are the Specifications?
This discovery is going to be a terrible revolution in the year 2022. This research facility is strategically scheduled to give it a mega-official launch later in the current year, i.e. in 2022.
This artificial moon feature is filled with rocks and dusty material specially designed to feel like the lunar surface. Superpower China already plans to put this research facility into intensive testing of equipment and technology in a low-gravity environment, similar to that of our Moon.
How victorious is this?
This experiment will be in further analysis to know if it is successful on the lunar surface. This research facility will also create a good possibility of human settlement on the moon.
A well-known geotechnical engineer at the China University of Mining and Technology has said that: This low-gravity level in the chamber will last or be there for as long as you want. Additionally, he cited that this research facility, in the uniform of a great discovery, would be the first of its kind in the world.
What’s the inspiration behind?
The inspiration for this was taken by an experiment in relation to the construction of a frog float by means of a magnet, which was further devised by André Geim, a professor at the University of Manchester, UK. are physicists.
Artificial sun of china
Along with an artificial moon, China has also triumphantly built an “artificial sun,” a nuclear fusion reactor that stays at a certain temperature, five times hotter than the Sun, and lasts more than 17 minutes. The discovery of artificial sun will help in the future as a source of infinitely clean energy.
Other missions of China
A revolutionary mission called “Chinese Lunar Exploration Program” is an ongoing mission of China. Under this mission, China’s rover and lander Change 4 are continuously exploring more and more about the lunar surface.
Plus, that rover has recently been making history by detecting water on the Moon in real time. Along with this mission, China is also planning to start a Lunar Research Center at the South Pole of the Moon by the year 2029.
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