China launched a three-person crew into space in the early hours of Saturday — a major step for the country’s young space program, which is rapidly becoming one of the world’s most advanced.
China has launched a three-person crew for a six-month mission aboard its space station, the longest-yet mission for Chinese astronauts.
China successfully launches a three-personcrew for a 6-month mission at its new space station, a major milestone for the burgeoning space program.
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Guillette Benoît If China does not reinvent communism soon, we will all wish to die quickly. With its dumping, China will soon steal all your good jobs and enslave you, just like the Uighurs. Stopping China’s dumping is the ONLY relevant international policy.
Lucinda “Another major expense will be batteries. Bray said a three-person landscaping crew will need to carry 30 to 40 fully charged batteries to power its equipment during a full day’s work.” Can you imagine all the waste those batteries will be. What about electricity to charge them?