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China Launches New Remote Sensing Satellites[Oct 09, 2018]

Two remote sensing satellites were successfully sent into space Tuesday from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China. The satellites, both part of the Yaogan-32 family, were launched by a Long March-2C rocket with an attached upper stage at 10:43 a.m. Beijing time.

student;GPA;academic performance;universities

Students with Higher GPAs Tend to Eat Breakfast More Often[Oct 09, 2018]

Chinese researchers have analyzed big data to find that university students with better academic performance are more likely to eat breakfast in the cafeteria, especially on cold days, according to their findings published in a British journal.

navigation system;BeiDou;

BeiDou Navigation System Serves Tibet[Oct 08, 2018]

BeiDou, a domestically engineered satellite navigation system of China, started to serve its second largest provincial region of Tibet. It is expected to provide services in disaster alert and relief, emergency rescue, transportation, agriculture, forestry, water conservancy, as well as targeted poverty reduction and smart travel.

clean energy

Sino-UK Discovery Offers Clean Energy[Oct 08, 2018]

Researchers from the University of Liverpool, University College London and East China University of Science and Technology a new organic material that works with sunlight to separate water into its constituent elements, oxygen and hydrogen. This discovery has taken scientists one step closer to the generation of clean energy by using sunlight to split water molecules, just as plants do through photosynthesis.


China's Tracking Ship Yuanwang-3 Departs for Monitoring Missions[Oct 08, 2018]

Chinese space tracking ship the Yuanwang-3 departed Tuesday to carry out four maritime space monitoring and communication missions for the BeiDou-3 and other satellites. The missions will be conducted in the Pacific Ocean. The vessel prepared itself in terms of equipment maintenance and emergency response.

manned space program;space program;

Notable Moments in China's Manned Space Program[Sep 30, 2018]

Starting from scratch, China's manned space program is now witnessing a rapid growth of international cooperation. In the future, China will continue to be open to cooperation, explore space and utilize space technologies for the benefit of people of all countries.


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