China launches first crew to live on the new space station
Under a bright blue sky, China on Monday launched its first manned space mission in the past five years, and the sending of all three of the scientists and military pilots are on the new space station, which is planned to be reached in around noon.
The astronauts have seen in space, space, civil servants, uniformed military officers, and a multitude of children, a lot of the flowers, and the flags and the singing of patriotic songs. The three of them waved to the crowd of people waving flags, and then they got into the elevator to take them to the spaceship and be the first to Jiuquan City, northwest China.
Astronauts’ travel to the Shenzhou-12 spacecraft was launched by a Long March-2F Y12 rocket, which was launched shortly after, at 9:22 a.m. for a time with near-perfect visibility of the lines from the center to the edge of the Gobi Desert.
The two veteran astronauts, and for a beginner, which is the first stop they have to spend three months in the Heart, or of the Divine, Harmony, and carry out experiments, test equipment, and to prepare the station for the extension of the lab module, which will be launched next year.
The rocket was lost to his people for about two minutes and the flight is followed by a spiral around the Shenzhou-12 across the top of the rocket. After about 10 minutes, which is separated from the top of the rocket to increase the solar panel, and quickly entered the runway.
About a half-dozen or so changes that will occur in the next four to six hours prior to the construction of the spacecraft in order to connect to the Guangzhou east railway station is around 4 p.m the mission’s deputy chief designer, Gao, Xu, told state broadcaster CCTV.
The travel time is reduced in comparison with that in the two days that it took for the achievement of China’s earlier experimental space stations, as a result of a lot of spots, and innovation,” the Gao said.
“In this way, the astronauts are able to also in the rest of the room, and she is less tired,” the Gao said.
Other improvements include an increase in the number of automated and remote-controlled systems, which lead to a considerable reduction of the pressure on the astronauts, ” the Gao said.
In this mission, bringing to 14 the number of astronauts to China has been launched into space since the first manned space mission in 2003, becoming only the third nation, after the former USSR and the United States are self-employed. Two of the astronauts on the last of the missions were women, while the entire crew of the station is made up of men, and women are expected to be part of the future of the station’s crews.
This mission is the third of the 11 planned for the next year to include additional sections to the train station, and the transmission of the crew, and supplies. A fresh team of three men and a boat with food, and will be sent out within the next three months.
Russia is not a member of the International Space Station (ISS), mainly as a result of the US objection to the secrecy of the Chinese government and its close military ties. China, however, has been strengthening the partnership with Russia and other countries, and it can also work outside the international space station, whose service life is coming to an end.
Last month, China’s chain, and the Zhurong hose probe to Mars, and even before that, I came up with a probe and rover to the lesser-explored far side of the Moon, and brought with it the first lunar samples are part of the program in each country since the 1970s.
After the launch of the Heart, in April, when the rocket is in space, and made an uncontrolled re-entry to the Earth, although in China, dismissed the criticism of the potential threats to safety and security. Typically, spent rocket stages back into the atmosphere, it is soon after it was launched, mostly on the water, and do not have a job.
The rocket was used, on Thursday, was of a different type, and elements that have to re-enter, are expected to burn up well before they can pose a threat, he said to Ji Qiming, the deputy director of the China Manned Space Agency.