26 April 2017
On 24 April, the Aerospace Objects Exhibition at the National Museum of China in Beijing was opened to mark the second China Aerospace Day, and runs through to 25 May.
The exhibition features 63 objects from National Museum of China's collection and 10 objects on loan from the China Manned Space Agency, as a testament to the country's ambitious aerospace project.
Among the exhibits is an installation which bears the palm prints of China's 11 astronauts who have gone into space.
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26 April 2017
Research teams at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) have been involved in many ground-breaking projects. But it’s the university’s contribution to space exploration that has captured the public’s imagination.
Ingenious tools and devices, conceived and built to the most precise specifications at the university, have been on board high-profile missions to the Moon, and to Mars.
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25 April 2017
Space Day 2017 focused on how space technology can further economic and social development here on Earth. Astronauts and scientists from China and held talks and exhibitions opened to showcase Chinese advances in space exploration, China's lunar probe, and the BeiDou navigation satellite system.
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24 April 2017
China marked its second Space Day on 24 April 2017. Here are key remarks by Chinese President Xi Jinping that shed light on his vision for China's space dream.
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25 April 2017
State-owned China Telecom Global has its sights set on expanding its data centre business across the ‘One Belt, One Road’ region, after signing an agreement with UK data centre owner Global Switch and Chinese data centre operator Daily Tech.
Under the agreement, the three companies will co-operate on expanding into new markets and jointly provide data centre, network and systems integrations services, enabling China Telecom Global to offer data centre capacity for its Chinese clients on an international scale.
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24 April 2017
China has always understood that only innovation can drive the country along the trajectory to becoming a space power. China has helped over 20 countries and regions with 50 launches, and exported satellites to nine countries.
Furthermore, China will become the only country with a permanent space station when the International Space Station retires in 2024. China will continue to promote innovation in space science, space technology and space applications, contributing more to both national development and the well-being of mankind.
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