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  1. CASIC didn't paint the truck green this time. Although I really thought that if paint it white or something will looks more 'peacefully' before, but... I don't think so now.
  2. After 880 days, Kuaizhou-11 is back! Close-up video on the attitude control engines at the head of the rocket: https://weibo.com/7604660608/MiwEGc3x
  3. A video about Shenzhou-15 from arrival to the assembly plant to launch to the station: https://www.bilibili.com/video/BV1484y1k7ro/?spm_id_from=333.337.search-card.all.click&vd_source=6fef304b8d0c4737896e6b702ddfbfb3 The three modules of Shenzhou were transported by Y-20. Seems like the number of Y-20 in PLAAF are already quite sufficient. And another video about the CERES-1 Y4 'YOUNG FOR YOU' from manufacture to launch into orbit https://www.bilibili.com/video/BV1NW4y1g7Fy/?spm_id_from=333.851.b_7265636f6d6d656e64.1&vd_source=6fef304b8d0c4737896e6b702ddfbfb3
  4. Just like my first time playing Kerbal. But however, the North Korean has put a (or some I can't remember) camera on the missile. Pretty weird they never pick the end of the missile dropped back to see the relevant data.
  5. Many people in Xinjiang recorded videos of the spacecraft as it re-entered the atmosphere: https://www.bilibili.com/video/BV1X14y1E7vW/?spm_id_from=333.788.recommend_more_video.0&vd_source=6fef304b8d0c4737896e6b702ddfbfb3 https://www.bilibili.com/video/BV1CG4y1R7NG/?spm_id_from=333.337.search-card.all.click&vd_source=6fef304b8d0c4737896e6b702ddfbfb3 https://www.bilibili.com/video/BV1We4y1u7ET/?spm_id_from=333.337.search-card.all.click&vd_source=6fef304b8d0c4737896e6b702ddfbfb3
  6. In case of that, the staff from CNSA who in the CCTV's live said, the parachute disconnected or not only control by the astronauts in the spacecraft. Logically it's also possible that the astronauts didn't feel they needed to do that. Because it is relatively short and round, it seems to be one of the northern varieties of japonica rice. Pretty full of rice
  7. Philippines: PhilSA Vietnam: VNSC Malaysia: MYSA Thailand: GISTDA Indonesian: INASA/LAPAN Brunei: ANGKASA-X/BurneiSpace (Wiki said they have this but I can't found them official website) Myanmar: Myanmar Aeronautics and Space Agency (But it's empty) Singapore: SSTL (but it's a non-government space organization)/CRISP (wiki said they have it, but I can't open the link) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_government_space_agencies Some countries that are not as developed now but have an immediate need for satellites. So, some of them will come to other country to find some satellite service. And CNSA's satellite services are basically a "turnkey delivery": you present your needs and budget, CNSA design and build the satellite for you, then put it in orbit and hand over full control of the satellites to the country concerned. So, the question arises: Is Lao Asia Pacific Satellite Company Limited (LAOSAT) considered a government space agency?
  8. Although comparing with X-37B, the Chinese one may still be a rookie but... today is its fourth month in orbit
  9. There may have been a slight glitch in the spacecraft's return: the parachute wasn't successfully disconnected after landing. Which made the ground crew had to saw it off after picking up the astronauts. Looks like someone's going to get a scolding! Via. https://weibo.com/5616492130/Mi4kMad43
  10. Welcome home! Chen Dong: We returned to homeland like a shooting star
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