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Rocket on pad, China ready to send 1st crew to space station

The rocket that will send the first crew members to live on China's new orbiting space station has been moved onto the launch pad ahead of its planned blastoff next week.
1 month ago|Beijing, China

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Rocket in place to send 3 crew to Chinese space station

China News: BEIJING: The rocket that will send three crew members to start living on China's new orbiting space station has been moved onto the launchpad ahead of.

1 month ago|Mumbai, India
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Rocket on pad, China ready to send 1st crew to space station

The rocket that will send the first crew members to live on China's new orbiting space station has been moved onto the launch pad ahead of its planned blastoff next week. The three astronauts plan to spend three months on the space station, far exceeding the length of any previous Chinese mission. The main section of the Tianhe, or Heavenly Harmony, station was launched into orbit on April 29.

1 month ago|Los Angeles, United States
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Rocket on pad, China ready to send 1st crew to space station

The rocket that will send the first crew members to China’s new space station has been moved onto the launch pad ahead of its planned blastoff next week

1 month ago|United States
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Rocket moves to launch pad as China prepares to send first crew to space station

The rocket that will send the first crew members to live on China’s new orbiting space station has been moved onto the launch pad ahead of its planned blast-off next week.

1 month ago|Ireland
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Rocket on pad, China ready to send 1st crew to space station

The rocket that will send the first crew members to China’s new space station has been moved onto the launch pad ahead of its planned blastoff next week

1 month ago|Washington, United States
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Rocket on pad, China ready to send 1st crew to space station

BEIJING (AP) — The rocket that will send the first crew members to live on China's new orbiting space station has been moved onto the launch pad ahead of its planned blastoff next week.

1 month ago|United States
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Rocket on pad, China ready to send 1st crew to space station

Beijing: The rocket that will send the first crew members to live on China's new orbiting space station has been moved onto the launch pad ahead of its planned blastoff next week.The three astronauts plan to spend three months on the space station, far exceeding the length of any previous Chinese mission. They will perform spacewalks, construction and maintenance work and carry out science experiments.The main section of the Tianhe, or Heavenly …

1 month ago|Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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China preparing for first crew to go to country's new space station

China is preparing to send its first crew to the country’s new space station in a flight set to tentatively happen next Wednesday.

1 month ago|Washington, United States
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Rocket in place to send 3 crew to Chinese space station

BEIJING (AP) — The rocket that will send three crew members to start living on China’s new  space station has been moved onto the launch pad ahead of its planned blastoff next week. The astronauts plan to spend three months on the space station doing spacewalks, maintenance work and science experiments. The main section of the Tianhe, or Heavenly Harmony, station was launched into orbit on April 29. China said the Long March-2F Y12 rocket carryi…

1 month ago|
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Rocket in place to send 3 crew to Chinese space station

BEIJING (AP) — The rocket that will send three crew members to start living on China’s new  space station has been moved onto the launch pad ahead of its planned blastoff next week. The astronauts plan to spend three months on the space station doing spacewalks, maintenance work and science experiments. The main section of the Tianhe, or Heavenly Harmony, station was launched into orbit on April 29. China said the Long March-2F Y12 rocket carryi…

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