China Space Mission: China is once again sending three passengers to its space station. He has also issued a statement before sending them. In which it has been said about the peaceful use of space.
China is constantly moving forward in the field of space. It reiterated its commitment to international cooperation for the peaceful uses of space just before sending three passengers to its space station on Friday (Space Mission on China). China said that it will discover the secrets of the universe.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said sending humans into space is for the “good of humanity” and that China is “positive in exploring the secrets of the universe” in manned spacecraft to “expand international cooperation and exchanges” Will continue to contribute.
China will send two men and a woman to its space station’s Tianhe core module for six months via the Shenzhou-13 spacecraft from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center near the Gobi Desert in northwest China. Before this, no Chinese astronaut has been sent to space for such a long time (China Space Station 2021)
China was kept out of the International Space Station following US objections to the nature of the Chinese program being confidential and its close ties to the military. After which China started working on its permanent station. For this, it has launched two experimental modules.
US law requires congressional approval for liaison between US and Chinese space programs, but China is collaborating with space experts from countries such as France, Sweden, Russia and Italy (International Space Station Countries).
Chinese officials say they are looking forward to hosting astronauts from other countries once the space station is fully functional. About two months ago today, Chinese astronauts returned to Earth after staying for 90 days on the country’s space station in China’s longest mission to date (China Crewed Space Mission).
China’s space station is likely to be a competitor to the International Space Station (ISS), a modular space station in low-Earth orbit. The ISS is a project of NASA (USA), Roscosmos (Russia), JAXA (Japan), ESA (Europe) and CSA (Canada). China’s Tiangong may be the only space station after the ISS’s operational period ends.