- Wanyuan Song and Jana Tauschinski
- BBC News
Three Chinese astronauts contribute a mission of six months to train in the new space station of the country.
It is the ultimate Chinese pass to convert into a special superpotence in the near decimals.
¿What is the Tiangong Space Station?
On the other hand, China is in orbit the first module of the Tiangong space station or “Celestial Palace”.
Plan aggregate more modules, like the Mengtian science laboratory, for the end of the year.
The proximity to launching a special, lighted Xuntian telescope. It flies around the space station and is driven by the mounting and reabasement of the fuel.
Tiangong tendrá su propia energía, propulsión, sistemas de soporte vital u viviendas.
China is the third country in the history of having astronauts in space and building a space station, split from the Soviet Union (now Russia) and the United States.
Beijing has great ambitions for Tiangong and beyond reemplace with the International Space Station (ISS), which will operate in 2031.
Chinese astronauts are excluded from the ISS because the prodigy proves that its space agency, NASA, shares its data with China.
China flights to Luna and Marte
The ambitions of China do not end there.
Dentro of some of them to record asteroids near Tierra.
Before 2030, you have an objective news about the first astronauts on the Moon and news about probes to find Martha and Jupiter.
¿What are you doing in other countries?
Given that China amplifies its paper in space, there are various other countries aspiring to stay in Luna.
NASA plans to return to satellite with EE.UU astronauts. and other countries starting from 2025 and realizing the launch for the launch of your new giant SLS at the Kennedy Space Center.
Japan, South Korea, Russia, India and the United Arab Emirates are also working on their lunar missions.
India is launching its second major mission to Luna and then launching its own space station before 2030.
Tanto menteras, the European Space Agency, which is working with NASA on missions to the Luna, are also planning a series of lunar satellites to facilitate the communication of astronauts with the Tierra.
Est What is the stability of the rules of space?
The 1967 UN Exterior Space Treaty established that there was no room for espionage to be advertised by the nation.
The Lunar Acuerde of the 1979 UN says that space should not be commercially exploded, pero EE.UU., China y Rusia se han negado a firmar.
Ahora, EE.UU. is promoted by Artemisa Acuerdos, which explains how nations can explore Luna Minerals in a cooperative manner.
Russia and China do not sign the Accords, and say that the United States has no intention of stabilizing the rules for espionage.
What is the history of China in space?
China orbited its first satellite in 1970.
These are just some of the goal setting shareware that you can use at this stage of the EEU, the Soviet Union, France and Japan.
In the last 10 years, China has launched more than 200 cars.
Have a trip to Luna, Chang’e 5, to recollect and devolve rock art.
Plant a Chinese flag in the lunar superfluity, which is deliberately larger than the anterior flagship flags.
With the launch of Shenzhou 14, China has 14 astronauts in space, in comparison with the 340 of EE.UU. and more than 130 from the Soviet Union.
Pero ha habido contratiempos. In 2021, part of a Chinese orbit will be launched and launched against the Atlantic Ocean and its launchers will collapse in 2020.
I Quinn pay the special program of China?
The Chinese statistic media Xinhua affirms that more than 300,000 people have been hired for special projects in China, about 18 of which are currently being hired by NASA.
The National Administration of Chinese Space was created in 2003 with an annual estimated presumption of 2,000 million yuan (US $ 300 million).
Since the embargo, in 2016, China has entered the private industry and private companies, and now you are investing more than 10,000 million yuan (US $ 1,500 million dollars) in it, because the Chinese media.
China Why should China go to space?
China is interested in developing satellite technology for telecommunications, air traffic control, speed control, navigation and more.
Pero many of the satellites are made of fine steel. You can play with the potential rivals and guess the distance of the long distance.
Lucinda King, who specializes in space projects at Portsmouth University in the United Kingdom, says that China is not alone in engaging in high-profile space missions: financially planned programs “.
Missions to Luna de China are motivated in part by opportunities to extract metal from rare earths, such as lithium.
Under the embargo, Professor Sa’id Mosteshar, director of the Institute of Politics and Derecho Espacial at the University of London, says that probably no rentable series for China to send repeat mining missions to Luna.
The expert cree that China’s special program is more impulsive than the desiccation of the Asian nation to impress the rest of the world.
“It is a projection of power and a demonstration of technological advancement.”
Additional information by Jeremy Howell and Tim Bowler.
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