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Manned space flight, what should I do next?

Updated:2018-12-26 09:10:10

    Global Times reporter learned from the China Manned Space Engineering Office on the 23rd that in order to demonstrate the latest scientific achievements and development concepts of manned spaceflight, the core cabin of China’s Tianhe Space Station will For the first time, participate in the Zhuhai Air Show held next month in a 1:1 physical form (process verification cabin), which will be the first time that the China Space Station project is open to the public.
    According to the introduction, the China Space Station has 3 passengers and can be up to 6 people in group rotation. After completion, it will become China's long-term orbital stable national space laboratory. The types include the core cabin, the experimental cabin I and the experimental cabin II, each of which has a scale of 20 tons. The core cabin includes a node cabin, a living control cabin (divided into a large column section and a small column section) and a resource compartment. The core cabin is mainly used for the unified control and management of space stations, as well as the life of astronauts. It has long-term autonomous flight capability, can support the long-term presence of astronauts, and supports space science and space science experiments.
    According to the "Global Times" reporter, the current manned spaceflight project is fully developing the space station, and all major systems are being developed as planned. The core cabin will be at the end of this year. Transfer to the development stage of the sample. According to the plan, China's space station will complete the on-orbit assembly construction around 2022.
    Manned new boat, new arrow, new power
    In addition to the latest developments in space station construction, a number of participating aerospace experts also introduced the design ideas and development progress of future Chinese manned space systems.