China’s Shenzhou (Sacred Vessel) 10 spacecraft launched successfully from its base in the Gobi Desert on Tuesday, carrying three astronauts on a 15 day mission to the orbiting Tiangong (Heavenly Palace) 1 space station....
by Kate Zhao | Aug 13, 2007
From Reuters via Yahoo.com: China, which is launching a lunar exploration programme this year, revealed on Monday how close the country’s first astronaut came to death on
by Xiao Qiang | Jul 20, 2006
From People’s Daily Online: “Better not to piss in diaper,” said China’s first man in space, “Baby doesn’t like it, neither does an adult.”
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