China is set to launch the Einstein Probe spacecraft in 2023 to monitor destructive phenomena in the universe.

The Chinese spacecraft will study explosions of light years away from stars,

high-energy currents and gravitational electromagnetic wave phenomena that occur when stars around Brampton’s black holes are pulled into it.

Weighing in at one and a half tons, the Chinese spacecraft launched Wide Field X at an altitude of 600 km above the ground and from low orbit. The Ray Telescope and its state-of-the-art Lobster Eye optical system detect and observe unprecedented explosions in the universe.

Proposed by NAOC, IHEP (Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) institutes) Currently under final review for formal approval, engineering expected to start this year. Launch Time: 2021/22.

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