China’s Fifth manned 15 day Space Mission, Shenzhou-10
Last updated on March 6th, 2018 at 05:55 pm
All we could find on China’s fifth manned 15 day space mission. A salient step in China’s space exploration ambitions but more importantly, a show of might — alongside Tianhe- 2 and Qianlong-2, in mastered competence in the knowledge economy that drives the 21st century.
China’s fifth manned 15 day space mission , Shenzhou-10, was launched. This space journey, was the longest yet and part of China’s systematic three phase build up towards building a space station by 2020. Undoubtedly, a moment of pride for the nation’s space exploration ambitions, the itinerary included a live lecture from space to Chinese university students. On this CGTN article on China’s Space Exploration, the author Meng Yaping explains:
Video: China’s Fifth manned 15 day Space Mission, Shenzhou-10
Tuesday 11th June 2013:
Xinhua recently filed a report tracing China’s now six (As of March 2018) manned space missions. This is what it had to say about the fifth manned 15r day space mission:
Online, open source, open edit encyclopedia Wikipedia carried this as notes on Shenzhou-10 as by the time of this edit ( 4th March , 2018)