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China Successfully Tests Accurate Landing of Rocket Debris[Jul 29, 2019]

China has successfully tested the technology that can accurately control the landing site of falling rocket parts, making progress toward reusable launch vehicles in the future, China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC) said on Sunday.

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New Technology Helps Researchers Decrease Emissions at Coal Plants[Jul 26, 2019]

Researchers at Zhejiang University aim to further lower the emissions of coal-fired power plants by improving the ultralow emission technology they have developed. Their system can effectively reduce the emissions of pollutants such as sulfur dioxide, sulfur trioxide and heavy metals such as mercury.

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Chinese Researchers Develop a New Way to Regenerate Retina[Jul 26, 2019]

Researchers from China's Central South University have used iPS cells to regenerate retina, which holds the potential to develop new therapies for some blinding diseases such as retinal degeneration. They made iPS cells from somatic cells in the patients' urine or blood and induced the iPS cells to differentiate into RPE cells, a layer of cells in the back of the eye.


China's Liquid Oxygen-methane Rocket Engine Completes Key Test[Jul 25, 2019]

China's 80-tonne thrust liquid oxygen-methane engine has completed a full-thrust run test with a duration of 100 seconds, the developer said Tuesday. The engine, named TQ-12, was independently developed by the private rocket company LandSpace and has the third-highest thrust level among liquid oxygen-methane engines globally.

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China, Russia, Europe to Jointly Explore Plan for Research Station on Moon[Jul 23, 2019]

Space authorities of China, Europe and Russia have agreed to jointly explore the plan to build a scientific research station on the Moon, a senior Chinese space official said Monday. The joint exploration will focus on the scientific objectives of the station, as well as system-related or mission-based discussions.

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China's Space Lab Tiangong-2 Reenters Atmosphere Under Control[Jul 22, 2019]

China's space lab Tiangong-2 reentered the earth's atmosphere under control at around 9:06 p.m. on Friday (Beijing time), China Manned Space Agency (CMSA) said. Tiangong-2's controlled reentry into the atmosphere marks the successful completion of all the tasks in the space lab phase in China's manned space program, said Zhou Jianping, chief designer of China's manned space program.


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