It looks similar to our SLS--either through general design necessity or by copying our technology, and will be of similar payload and other specs. The payload to low earth orbit is 130-133 metric tons, as indeed is necessary for manned lunar missions.
They are going to the moon and beyond--are we?
|The two options for China’s “Super Saturn V” rocket are the favored
“Option A” oxygen/kerosene version at left and less favored
oxygen/hydrogen “Option B” with solid rocket boosters on the right. |
Image Credit: CALT, via Americaspace.org