Construction of China's first commercial spacecraft launch site started Wednesday in Wenchang City, south China's island province of Hainan.
As a major project of the Hainan free trade port construction, the Hainan commercial spacecraft launch site is committed to becoming world-class, market-oriented, and further improving the launching capability of China's commercial carrier rockets.
Hainan will make full use of the synergistic advantage of the launch site and policies of the free trade port, striving to build Wenchang into a top-ranking international space city, said Feng Fei, governor of Hainan.
Source: Xinhua News Agency
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Shenzhou XIII astronauts doing well after returning to Earth
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Beijing (XNA) Jun 30, 2022
The three crew members of the Shenzhou XIII have recovered from the physical effects of their six-month mission and will return to routine training after medical assessment, according to the chief of the People's Liberation Army Astronaut Division.
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