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Open cooperation, China Aerospace goes to the world
by Staff Writers for PLAAF News
Beijing, China (SPX) Apr 24, 2023

On November 21, 2022, President Xi Jinping pointed out in his congratulatory letter to the United Nations/China Space Exploration and Innovation Global Partnership Symposium that there is no end to space exploration. China is willing to work with other countries to strengthen exchanges and cooperation, jointly explore the mysteries of the universe, use outer space peacefully, and promote space technology to better benefit the people of all countries in the world.

In recent years, China's aerospace industry has developed rapidly, and has achieved a series of brilliant achievements represented by manned spaceflight, Beidou navigation, "Chang'e" flying to the moon, "Zhurong" fire detection, "Xihe" chasing the sun, etc. China has entered space, explored The space and the ability to use it are significantly improved. At the same time, China Aerospace insists on going abroad to deepen international exchanges and cooperation.

This year marks the 30th anniversary of the establishment of the National Space Administration. Up to now, my country has signed a total of 136 space cooperation documents with 43 countries or regions and 6 international organizations, signed space cooperation outlines with 9 national space agencies, and established 17 space cooperation mechanisms. The cooperation agreement as the guide, the cooperation mechanism as the basis, and the cooperation outline as the starting point of the space international cooperation model have formed a good situation of government guidance and participation of all parties.

Equal rights and inclusive development
China Aerospace has always believed that to build a powerful aerospace country, it must have the ability to provide high-quality aerospace products and services to other countries, continue to carry out international space exchanges and cooperation, and promote the common progress of human spaceflight while fully meeting the needs of its own development.

China Aerospace respects the equal rights of all countries to explore space. The peaceful exploration, development and use of outer space is an equal right enjoyed by all countries in the world. China Aerospace continues to contribute Chinese wisdom, Chinese solutions, and Chinese strength to the peaceful use of space for mankind and the promotion of the building of a community with a shared future for mankind. It strives to improve human scientific cognition, expand the space for human activities, and promote the sustainable development of human civilization.

China Aerospace leads the peaceful use of space resources. The White Paper "China's Space in 2021" released by the State Council Information Office in January 2022 proposed for the first time to promote the building of a community with a shared future for mankind in the field of outer space, further deepening the connotation of mankind's peaceful use of outer space. On November 21, 2022, at the opening ceremony of the United Nations/China Space Exploration and Innovation Global Partnership Symposium, the National Space Administration issued the "China Aerospace Action Statement on Promoting the Construction of a New Space Exploration and Innovation Global Partnership", proposing that the In this regard, we will promote the establishment of a new type of space exploration and innovation global partnership that is equal, mutually beneficial, open and inclusive, peacefully used, and beneficial to mankind, and help build a community of shared future for mankind in outer space.

China Aerospace insists on win-win cooperation to develop aerospace. The National Space Administration has led the initiation of multilateral cooperation projects such as the International Lunar Research Station, the BRICS Remote Sensing Satellite Constellation, and the "Belt and Road" space information corridor, and continues to implement the multi-mission small satellite project of the Asia-Pacific Space Cooperation Organization. Carry out in-depth cooperation around major engineering tasks such as Chang'e-4 and Tianwen-1. China's aerospace industry provides international payloads, promotes international joint research on lunar samples from Chang'e-5, shares the achievements of China's aerospace development with the international community, and contributes to the development of human spaceflight. It has injected positive energy and set an example of a great country.

Chinese technology serves the world
In recent years, China Aerospace has further expanded the international market for launch vehicle services, satellite operations and services, gradually established a global service network for space infrastructure, greatly increased the international market share and brand influence of major products, and enhanced China Aerospace's international influence and The right to speak.

The Long March series of rockets has received international orders. In October 1985, the Long March series of carrier rockets were launched into the international market. China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation has used the Long March series of carrier rockets to implement 52 international commercial launches for 22 countries, regions and international satellite organizations. into a predetermined track. China Aerospace Long March series rockets have been recognized by countries all over the world for their high cost performance and high reliability, and have firmly occupied a place in the international market.

Satellites made in China go all over the world. The satellites made in China are exported to Nigeria, Venezuela, Pakistan, Laos, Belarus, Algeria and other countries, providing convenient satellite services for relevant countries, and becoming an important starting point for bilateral cooperation between China and many countries in the world. Since 1999, in terms of satellite cooperation, China and Brazil have jointly developed 6 China-Brazil Earth Resources Satellites. The data of these satellites are widely used in industries and fields such as agriculture, forestry, water conservancy, land resources, environmental protection, and disaster prevention and mitigation of the two countries, providing remote sensing satellite data for many developing countries in Latin America, Africa, ASEAN and other regions.

In addition, China Aerospace has also contributed an important force in the construction of the BRICS remote sensing satellite constellation. The constellation is composed of the existing satellites of the BRICS countries, including the Gaofen-6 satellite and the Ziyuan-3 02 satellite, the China-Brazil Earth Resources Satellite 04 jointly developed by China and Brazil, the Russian Canopus 5-series 1 star and the Indian resource satellite No. 2 and No. 2 A stars.

Chinese satellite services benefit the world. With the maturity and improvement of the Beidou navigation system, China has signed the International Search and Rescue Satellite Organization's intergovernmental cooperation intention to use the search and rescue payload carried by Beidou to provide search and rescue services around the world; Fengyun Satellite is an important member of the World Meteorological Organization's global operational application meteorological satellite sequence and The major disaster international charter mechanism on-duty satellites provided 42 international emergency services to 22 countries throughout 2022; facing the international community, China has released the relevant data of Gaofen-1 and Gaofen-6 satellites, providing global Provide support for resource investigation and monitoring, environmental monitoring and assessment, and earth science research.

Keep moving forward hand in hand
For decades, China Aerospace has always followed the path of independent development, pursuing high-level technological self-reliance and self-improvement. At the same time, it has actively carried out international exchanges and cooperation in the aerospace field with an open and confident attitude, and jointly promoted the continuous development of the human aerospace industry.

Sino-foreign cooperation and joint innovation to tackle key problems. Not long ago, when Brazilian President Lula paid a state visit to China, the two countries issued a joint statement on deepening the comprehensive strategic partnership on April 14. Memorandum of understanding to cooperate in the development of Earth resources satellites. Previously, the successful implementation of projects such as the Sino-French ocean satellite, the Tianwen satellite, and the Sino-Italian electromagnetic monitoring satellite have also become typical cases of cooperation in the space field between China and foreign countries.

In March 2021, China and Russia signed the "Memorandum of Understanding between the Government of the People's Republic of China and the Government of the Russian Federation on Cooperative Construction of an International Lunar Scientific Research Station", inviting many countries to participate in the joint construction of a lunar scientific research station project. Taking joint innovation as the starting point, China Aerospace has made extensive contacts and in-depth cooperation to promote the steady and long-term development of diplomatic relations between my country and many countries in the world.

China and foreign countries will work together to create a sustainable international order in outer space. With the rapid development of aerospace science and technology, outer space security is facing many severe challenges, and the shortcomings of the existing international legal framework in maintaining outer space security have gradually become prominent. Under the framework of the United Nations Committee on Outer Space Affairs, China Aerospace has actively participated in the formulation of international rules, and actively proposed Chinese solutions in the fields of space traffic management, space debris mitigation, near-Earth asteroid defense, planetary protection, outer space nuclear power, and space resource utilization. China Aerospace has also issued the "Interim Measures for the Administration of International Cooperation of National Civil Satellite Remote Sensing Data", compiled the "Interim Measures for the Administration of Export of Specific Aerospace Products and Technologies", and exported China's aerospace standards to the world.

The China Space Station sincerely invites guests from all over the world. On December 31, 2022, President Xi Jinping solemnly announced to the world in his New Year's message that "China's space station has been fully completed." "China Space Station" is the first time in history that such a project is open to all United Nations member states. At present, 9 projects from 17 countries and 23 entities have become the first batch of selected projects for China's space station scientific experiments. Since the establishment and implementation of China's manned space program, it has always adhered to the principles of peaceful use, equality, mutual benefit, and common development, and has signed agreements with France, Germany, Italy, Russia, Pakistan, the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs, and the European Space Agency. Signed a cooperation agreement, implemented a variety of cooperation projects, and achieved fruitful cooperation results.

Looking forward to the future, China Aerospace will adhere to the guidance of Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era, thoroughly implement the spirit of the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, adhere to the original intention of aerospace to serve the country, strengthen the mission of aerospace power, and always uphold the concept of a community with a shared future for mankind. Explore the mysteries of the universe together, and make new and greater contributions to protecting the home of the earth, improving people's livelihood and well-being, and serving the progress of human civilization.

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