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Will The Next 3D Printer In Space Be Made In China?
Tech Times

Will The Next 3D Printer In Space Be Made In China?

The Chinese Academy of Sciences has announced the development and testing of a new 3D printer capable of manufacturing spaceship parts in space. How good is it compared to NASA's latest design? (Photo : Xinhua/Liu Chan/Chinese Academy of Sciences) ... Tech Times, 1 week ago
China develops first space 3D printer DNA India, 1 week ago
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Ecns.cn

Interview: China's space technology extraordinary, impressive: Euro Space Center director

In recent years, the development of China's space technology is "extraordinary, impressive", which is favorable to build, together with other countries, a better world for all men of this planet, said the director of Euro Space Center. "All the ...
 China.org.cn1 day ago Russia looks east with Vostochny Cosmodrome  Space Daily2 days ago China's space technology extraordinary, impressive  Xinhua News Agency1 day ago Nation's work on space exploration ramps up  Ecns.cn1 week ago
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Tech Insider

Buzz Aldrin explains why China will be the next country to land humans on the Moon

Chinese Academy of Sciences/China National Space Administration/The Science and Application Center for Moon and Deepspace Exploration/Emily Lakdawalla China's Chang'e 3 takes a shot of the Yutu lander making tracks across the Moon's surface in 2013.
 Tech Insider3 weeks ago China successfully launches retrievable scientific research satellite  Brahmand.com2 weeks ago Weightless tests push boundary of knowledge  CHINAdaily USA3 weeks ago China research satellite blasts off on mission to study microgravity  Shanghai Daily3 weeks ago
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Airbus interested in cooperation with Belarus in space technology

(BelTA) Airbus Group is interested in developing cooperation with the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus (NASB) in space-based technology, Airbus Group Vice President for Eastern Europe Jacques Garrigue told media on 15 March, BelTA has ...
 Belta1 month ago
Philippine Daily Inquirer

China probe of Mars set for 2020

April 26th, 2016 06:44 PM Xu Dazhe, head of the China National Space Administration. Photo from The China Daily/Asia News Network China's top space official confirmed on Friday that an unmanned probe to Mars will be sent to orbit and land on the ...
 Philippine Daily Inquirer4 days ago Space agency reveals plans to land on Mars by 2020  People.com.cn1 week ago Probe of Mars set for 2020  CHINAdaily Europe1 week ago China's probe of Mars set for 2020  China Daily Asia1 week ago
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Brahmand.com

Chinese research satellite's re-entry capsule lands on Earth

Scientific personnels sign for handover of capusle at the landing area of the re-entry capsule of China's first retrievable microgravity satellite SJ-10 in Siziwang Banner, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, April 18, 2016. A Xinhua ...
 Brahmand.com1 week ago China's retrievable research spacecraft returns to Earth  SpaceFlight Insider1 week ago SJ-10 capsule lands in N China after re-entry  China Daily Asia1 week ago China's Retrievable Microgravity Research Satellite Returns to Earth  Sputnik1 week ago
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Interaksyon

China's long march into space

On clear April nights, Zhu Jin, director of the Beijing Planetarium, retreats into the city's quiet, mountainous suburbs and aims a telescope at the sky. "Dongfanghong-1," Zhu whispered as a dim light passed across his lens on his most recent trip.
 Space Daily5 days ago Xinhua Insight: China's long march into space  Xinhua News Agency1 week ago
Space Daily

China set to launch "more livable" space lab in Q3

Contributed by NAMPA / Xinhua. BEIJING, April 21 (Xinhua) -- China will put the country's second space lab Tiangong-2 into space in the third quarter of this year with more livable conditions for astronauts, a spokesman said here Thursday. ...
 Namibia Press Agency1 week ago China set to launch 'more livable' space lab in Q3  CHINAdaily USA1 week ago
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CHINAdaily.com.cn

Chinese researchers prove embryos can grow in outer space

BEIJING. KAZINFORM - Chinese mission shows cells can multiply, but colonization of the cosmos has a 'long way to go'. The latest results from experiments aboard China's SJ-10 recoverable satellite prove for the first time that early-stage mammal ...
 Kazinform1 week ago China's space mission shows that embryos can grow in space  Asiaone1 week ago Embryos growing in space a 'giant leap'  CHINAdaily.com.cn1 week ago
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ITechPost

Successful development of mammalian embryos in space

First, the successful initial growth of the mouse embryos marks the first time in history that mammalian embryos have been developed in a microgravity environment - i.e., outer space. High-resolution photographs of the developing embryos, snapped ...
 Equilibrio Informativo6 days ago The Long March-2D carrier rocket carrying the remote sensing satellite 'Yaogan IV' blasts off from the launch pad at the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center on Dec. 1, 2008 in north western Gansu Province, China.  ITechPost1 week ago Chinese Space Mice: Mammal Embryos Can Completely Develop in Space  Laboratory Equipment1 week ago Mouse Embryos Develop In Space On Chinese Satellite For Very First Time  Hngn.com1 week ago
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