China Launches 3 Astronauts to Complete Space Station Construction

Beijing: China on Sunday sent three astronauts to its space station on the space shuttle Shenzhou-14 for a six-month mission. The three – Commander Chen Dong, Liu Yang and Kai Xuje – will collaborate with the ground team to complete the assembly and construction of the Tiangong space station, Xinhua news agency reported.Also Read – AUT vs HUN Dream11 Team Future, T20 Series 2022 Fantasy Tips: Captain, Deputy – Austria vs Hungary, playing 11s for today’s match at Seabourn Cricket Ground, Sunday, June 5 at 2.30pm

Astronauts develop the Space Station into a National Space Laboratory with three modules from a single-module structure – the Core Module Tianhe and two Lab Modules Ventian and Mengtian. According to the China Manned Space Agency (CMSA), the spacecraft aboard the Long March-2F carrier rocket was lifted from the Jiuquan satellite launch site in northwest China at 10:44 am. Also Read – Viral Video: Using This Genius Trick A Cat Will Follow The Dog. View

About 577 seconds after launch, Shenzhou-14 broke into the rocket and entered its designated orbit. CMSA announced that the crew members were in good condition and the launch was a complete success. Also Read – Vikram Review: Kamal Haasan At age 67, Kamal with Vijay Sethupathi and Fahad Fasil

CMSA deputy director Lynn Xikiang said at a press conference Saturday that staff will work with the ground team to complete the visit, docking and transfer of the two lab modules with the core module.

The Tianhe Core Module was launched in April 2021 and the Ventian Lab Module is scheduled to launch in July and Mengtian in October.

During their stay in orbit, the Tianzhou-5 cargo craft and the Shenzhou-15 crew spacecraft core module witness to the dock. Later, they will live and work with the Shenzhou-15 crew for several days before returning to Earth in December, the report said.

Launched in April 2021, Tianhe is the core module of the 16.6 meter space station. According to Chinese space officials, the completed Tiangong station will be 20 percent larger than the International Space Station.

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