China has a big enough mission for next year, the satellite will land on the Moon on 2013.
As quoted from StraitsTimes, China will landing their satellite in the Moon in the second half of next year. China ambitious step also includes the construction of the space station.
In 2007, China launched its first moon orbiter is named Chang One, which is in charge of taking pictures and analyzing the surface of the Moon.
The mission also marks a step above China’s first moon mission, which then would be followed by unmanned missions to the Moon and missions soil and rock sampling in 2017.
China News Service said that they would also be doing a survey study of the month if the satellite landing mission was conducted in 2013. Even a Chinese scinetist also provides the possibility to send humans to the moon after 2020.