Long March 5

Long March 5 is China's most powerful rocket to date, to be used for launching its Mars mission, lunar sample return mission and building its largest space station.

Manufacturer

CALT

Ownership

Government

Country

China

Status

Active

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Falcon 9

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Falcon 9 Reusable

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Performance: Heavy Lift

Payload to Orbit

Maximum Lift Capacity to various orbits. LEO stands for Low Earth Orbit and GTO stands for Geostationary Transfer Orbit.

LEO

25000 kg

GTO

14000 kg

Moon

8200 kg

Mars

kg

Fairing Size

Payload fairing is the nose cone used to protect payload against the impact of heat & pressure during launch.

Fairing Height

m

Fairing Diameter

5 m

Launch History

Notable Missions

Upcoming: Chang'e 5, HX-1, Tianhe

Total Launches

3

Successful Launches

2

Launch Statistics
Payload Users' Guide
Official Website

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