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China Validates Key Technologies in Large Spacecraft Recovery[Nov 26, 2018]

China has validated multiple key technologies in large spacecraft recovery, extending the recovery weight to more than seven tonnes. The combination of the large group parachute system and heavy landing buffer system extends China's capacity of recovery weight from 3.5 tonnes, the weight of the Shenzhou spacecraft, to more than seven tonnes.

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China Expands Use of BeiDou Navigation System in Transportation[Nov 26, 2018]

China will expand the application of its home-grown BeiDou navigation system to cover all transportation fields. The navigation system has also been installed in 80,000 buses, 370 ships and the country's domestically-manufactured commercial airplanes. A basic system with 18 orbiting BeiDou-3 satellites is expected to be in place by the end of 2018.

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Top Chinese, German Researchers Exchange Findings at Scientific Forum[Nov 23, 2018]

Top scientists from leading Chinese universities and Ludwig Maximilian University (LMU) in Munich, Germany, converged in Beijing for the fourth Scientific Forum at Peking University on Thursday. LMU and several Chinese universities founded the LMU-China Academic Network in 2015. The network includes 10 of China's leading universities, including PKU, Tsinghua University, Renmin University of China and Fudan University.

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China, Brazil to Launch New Earth Resource Satellite Next Year[Nov 23, 2018]

China and Brazil will launch a new Earth resource satellite next year, according to an official with the China National Space Administration. The new satellite is the China-Brazil Earth Resource Satellite-4A, or CBERS-4A. The CBERS satellites are Earth remote sensing satellites, specifically designed for Earth observation from orbit for non-military use, such as environment monitoring, meteorology and map making.


The Awakening of an Innovative China[Nov 21, 2018]

In the 20th Century, few Chinese participated in world's major scientific and technological advances. But the situation is changing rapidly. From Internet development to brain study, from probing space to exploring the deep sea, from observing the universe to researching micro particles, Chinese are working in almost all fields of science and technology.

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China Shows Wisdom of Biodiversity Conservation on UN Conference[Nov 20, 2018]

When the delegates look at the schedule of the 14th meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity, they will find Chinese wisdom to the global biodiversity conservation. China has made solid efforts in biodiversity conservation, as the country understands the importance of it and regards it as an important part of development.


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