Archer's Arrow

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The Archer's Arrow (后羿的箭 - Hòu yì de jiàn) is a key milestone in the Chinese National Space Administration (CNSA) space program and Chinese Lunar Exploration Program (CLEP). The asteroid was moved into a cycler orbit between Earth and the Moon. The asteroid is enormous. It was moved out of the asteroid belt using an open core fusion rocket that consumes the rock's own substance as reaction mass. By the time it was nearing Earth it had eight rockets on it's surface along with a host of autonomous mining robots providing reaction mass. The potato shaped Archer's Arrow has linear accelerators in landing and launch bays, and a austere but comfortable habitat for people travelling through the system.

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