Parts of the Long March-5 rocket, China's largest carrier rocket, are seen at the assembly plant in north China's Tianjin, Aug. 18, 2016. (Photo/Xinhua)
China's largest carrier rocket, the Long March-5, will make its first trip into space in early November this year.
The rocket, which arrived at the Wenchang launch center in south China's Hainan Province in September, was transported to the launch area on Friday morning, after finishing final assembly and tests, said the State Administration of Science, Technology and Industry for National Defence (SASTIND).
With the strongest carrying capacity in China, the rocket will receive functional examinations and further tests before launch.
According to the SASTIND, the Long March-5 integrates top space technologies, including non-toxic environmentally-friendly fuel and a highly stable controlling system, representing a landmark in the country's carrier rockets.