China solicits international cooperation experiments on space station
by Staff Writers
Beijing (XNA) Aug 07, 2018
China is asking the world to collaborate in experiments on its planned space station so as to promote international space cooperation and sustainable global development.
The Committee on Science and Technology Experiments of the Chinese Space Station was established recently under the China Academy of Space Technology (CAST).
The offer is open to the entire international community. Proposals and projects can be submitted online (www.css-research.cn) and peer-reviewed. The candidate projects will go through to the China Manned Space Agency.
"We are looking forward to experiments to better sustain space exploration. We also expect China's space station to be an in-space incubator of new technologies that can improve people's lives," said Zhang Hongtai, president of CAST.
CAST might also provide opportunities to conduct some international cooperation experiments on other spacecraft or satellites, said Zhang.
"China is further opening up, and space exploration is a shared challenge for China and other countries. We hope to solicit and evaluate experiments with common international practices, and select the most promising and innovative projects. The research data will be shared by the international community," said Bao Weimin, chairman of the newly established committee and an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Source: Xinhua News
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