China has successfully established an initial management project for its new location
China has established its first mission in five years, sending three new travelers Tianhe boarding station, CNBC they say. Nie Haisheng, Liu Boming, and Tang Hongbo will be the first three boarders to board the station and have spent three months there testing the machine and flying into the air.
The three pilots boarded a Shenzhou-12 ship aboard a Long March 2F rocket that launched at 9:22 AM on Chinese time from the Juiquan Satellite Launch Center in northwestern China. The conference was declared a “complete victory” at 9:43 AM.
The workers have set up a workshop, which was launched in April 2021 internally controversy on the return of the Long March 5b rocket. The main goal of the staff is to bring the 24 ton share online. “We need to put our new home in the air and test a number of technologies,” said Nie Haisheng chief executive. “As a result, it is a difficult and difficult task. I believe that all three of us work together, working properly and correctly, we can overcome our challenges.”
The project is the first of fourteen plans to travel to Tianhe during the construction of the site. China will send two more modules and a number of missions to complement the space by 2022. China has been left at the International Space Station under US control, but has said that this would allow for international participation.
China has accelerated its airspace in recent years. Soon it strikes a month-long robot he sent again to Earth, then to Mars earlier this year. Along the way, China plans to release new moons for the next decade in cooperation with Russia.
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