China is aiming to build a space CCTV broadcast station by the end of next year. As part of this, the country sent three astronauts into space on Thursday. Nai Heisheng is leading the Shenzhou-12 mission. He is the oldest person in China and has experience in space travel. This is China’s first mission with astronauts in the last five years. Besides, this is the seventh mission since 2003. . . .

The astronauts arrived at the main module of the Chinese space station seven hours after takeoff on Thursday to make China’s long space mission a success, the news agency AFP reported. It is a landmark step in establishing Beijing as one of the world’s leading space powers. Three astronauts set off on a Long March 2-F rocket from the Jiuquan launch site in northwest China. Three astronauts will stay in space for three months.

China’s state broadcaster CCTV broadcast the trip live. When they reach orbit, the astronauts move their hands towards the camera.

Seven hours after takeoff, the China Manned Space Agency confirmed that the Chinese spacecraft was connected to the main Tianhe module on the space station.

The Tianhe module on the Chinese space station has separate rooms for astronauts, space treadmills, and exercise bikes. In addition, e-mail and video calls have communication centers for surface control.
Huang Weifen, an official with the China Manned Space Program, said the astronauts would travel twice in space on the mission, which would take six to seven hours. In addition, the three will wear a newly created special spacesuit.

Sending astronauts into space is considered a matter of special dignity for China. July 1 marks the 100th founding anniversary of the country’s Communist Party. Beijing has planned a massive campaign to commemorate the founding anniversary. The astronauts had to undergo six thousand hours of training before going into space.

The country plans to launch 11 space missions by the end of next year to complete the construction of the space station. Of these, missions with astronauts will be conducted three times. Two special laboratory modules, as well as supply and crew modules, will be added to the station weighing 60 tons.

When the United States banned Chinese astronauts from the International Space Station, a joint venture between the United States, Russia, Canada, Europe, and Japan, China took the initiative to build a new station. The International Space Station is set to retire in 2024. However, the US space agency NASA says that the space station will be operational until 2027. Bangla News

The Tiangong station in China is much smaller than this station. Its lifespan will be at least a decade. China says its station will be open to international cooperation.

China announced last March that it would build another separate space station with Russia to go to the moon. The two countries released a roadmap for this week.

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