The Tianzhou-2 cargo vessel sits atop a Lengthy March-7 Y3 booster, one of many 11 missions planed by China to completely outfit the nation’s house station by the top of 2022.
Launch of the cargo spacecraft is from the Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Website, Hainan Province, China, on Might 20, in line with one report.
The three-person Shenzhou-12 will likely be launched in June, adopted by the Tianzhou-Three cargo vessel and Shenzhou-13 crewed spaceship in September and October respectively.
China lofted the Tianhe core module into Earth orbit on April 29, kick-starting a collection of missions over the following two years, together with two lab capsules of the house station, 4 cargo vessel flights and 4 crewed missions.
To view the rollout of the Lengthy March-7 Y3 booster, go to this China Central Tv (CCTV) video at: