27 September 2015
Tourists visit the "East Dream, Future World" aerospace theme park in Sanhe, north China's Hebei Province. The theme park covers an area of 33,700 square meters, including 13 interactive exhibitions and 18 interactive games.
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29 September 2015
The public will have a chance to name a Chinese dark matter probe satellite expected to be launched by the end of this year. The competition to name the Dark Matter Particle Explorer (DAMPE) was announced at the Purple Mountain Observatory (PMO) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) in Nanjing Tuesday. Entries from any country will be accepted until October 31 and can be submitted online at http://scitech.people.com.cn/DAMPE.
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28 September 2015
The EU and China have signed a milestone agreement in the global race to develop 5G networks, during today's EU-China High Level Economic and Trade Dialogue in Beijing. In the future, everybody and everything will use 5G, the next generation of communication networks. By 2020 there will be more than 30 times as much mobile Internet traffic as there was in 2010. 5G won't just be faster, it will also be the backbone of our digital future and the foundation of a trillion euro EU market in the Internet of Things, i.e. new functionalities and applications ranging from connected cars to smart homes. The joint declaration was signed by G√ľnther Oettinger, European Commissioner in charge of the Digital Economy and Society, and Miao Wei, Chinese Minister of Industry and Information Technology.
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28 September 2015
China set up the Space Debris Monitoring and Application Center in June this year. Its main tasks include monitoring debris and near-Earth small celestial bodies, studying and determining their risks, and establishing a database of space debris, says Liu Jing, Vice Director of the Space Debris Monitoring and Application Center under China's National Space Administration. The center will also provide risk evaluation services for users at home and abroad, offer emergency support, and conduct international cooperation and technological exchanges.
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28 September 2015
Pursuant to their shared goal of advancing civil space cooperation as agreed upon in the Strategic Track of the U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue in June 2015, the Government of the United States of America and the Government of China convened their inaugural Civil Space Dialogue on 28 September 2015, in Beijing, China. The meeting was co-chaired by the Department of State for the United States and by the China National Space Administration for China. The convening of this first Civil Space Dialogue launches a new initiative to enhance cooperation between the two countries and provide better transparency on a variety of space related issues.
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28 September 2015
On 25 September, the new solid-fuel Long March-11 rocket carried four micro-satellites during its first mission into orbit. Of the four micro-satellites, the Pujiang-1, developed by the Shanghai Academy of Spaceflight Technology, is the first Chinese satellite to adopt 3D printing technology. To reduce costs and shorten manufacturing time, the satellite's titanium antenna holder was produced by 3D printers in just three days.
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