What’s Ahead for China’s Space Program in 2021?

Advertisement 2021 promises to be an exciting year for China in space. On February 10, China’s independent Mars mission, the Tianwen 1, will attempt to enter Martian orbit. Once it succeeds in entering Martian orbit, Tianwen 1 will spend around two to three months surveying Mars for a suitable landing site. After landing, a rover … Read moreWhat’s Ahead for China’s Space Program in 2021?

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The New Space Race: Russia and China Want a Joint Lunar Space Station

China and Russia have agreed to jointly build a lunar space station, the latest instance of steadily deepening ties between Beijing and Moscow. Earlier this week, China’s National Space Administration and Russia’s Roscosmos issued a memorandum of understanding outlining the construction of a space outpost called the International Lunar Research Station (ILRS). ]]> “China and … Read moreThe New Space Race: Russia and China Want a Joint Lunar Space Station

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NASA – Live Launch Countdown Coverage

All times are in EDT unless otherwise stated. The Virtual Launch Control Center was activatedJuly 26, 2005 at 4:45 a.m. EDT. The Virtual Launch Control Center was deactivatedJuly 26, 2005 at 10:48 a.m. EDT. Review our archived coverage of Discovery’s first launch attempt July 13, 2005. 10:48 a.m. – Main engine cut-off — and jettison … Read moreNASA – Live Launch Countdown Coverage

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Delta 4-Heavy rocket erected on Vandenberg launch pad – Spaceflight Now

A Delta 4-Heavy rocket stands inside the mobile shelter on Space Launch Complex-6 at Vandenberg Air Force Base ahead of liftoff later this spring. Credit: United Launch Alliance United Launch Alliance recently raised a Delta 4-Heavy rocket, one of four left in the company’s backlog, vertical on its launch pad at Vandenberg Air Force Base … Read moreDelta 4-Heavy rocket erected on Vandenberg launch pad – Spaceflight Now

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China Plans $3-Billion Supercomputing Centre to Analyse Data From Space

China’s space port of Wenchang will build a $3-billion (roughly Rs. 22,490 crores) supercomputing centre by year-end to analyse data obtained from space, according to state media. With a planned investment of CNY 20 billion (roughly Rs. 23,100 crores), the supercomputing centre will provide big data services for industries including the aerospace and marine sectors … Read moreChina Plans $3-Billion Supercomputing Centre to Analyse Data From Space

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