Significant breakthrough in China’s space travel technology

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China has made significant progress in space travel, achieving a safe landing of a reusable spacecraft, calling it the easiest and cheapest way to get into space. According to the Chinese news agency Xinhua , the spacecraft left on September […]

Significant breakthrough in China's space travel technology
Significant breakthrough in China’s space travel technology

China has made significant progress in space travel, achieving a safe landing of a reusable spacecraft, calling it the easiest and cheapest way to get into space.

According to the Chinese news agency Xinhua , the spacecraft left on September 4 and landed on September 6 after spending two days in Earth orbit.

Not much is known about the spacecraft, not even the basic design.

There are no pictures or sketches of it, just rumors that it is a spacecraft similar to the US X37B.

In a report in the South China Morning Post , the source said that he could not give details about the mission but should take a look at the US X37B.

The X37B is a spacecraft the size of a quarter of the American space shuttle, capable of going into space and then landing on a runway on the ground, which can be repaired and reused.

According to the US Air Force, the X37B is an experimental program that reflects the use of reusable space technologies.

But nothing is known about this mysterious Chinese spacecraft, but scientists there have been working for a long time to develop such reusable spacecraft.

China has called the success of the mission a scientific milestone.

According to Xinhua, this is the most important development, while sources told the South China Morning Post that this is the first time much has happened in this mission.

Sources said that the spacecraft was new, its launch method was also different and that is why we ensured extra security.

China plans to send humans to the moon over the next decade, and China plans to build a base on the moon.

China also became the first country in the world to reach the dark side of the moon in 2019, where it installed an artificial moon that is now 450 meters away.

China’s next goal is to do research on Mars.

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