On June 13, China's Tiangong-2 space station dropped from its normal orbit of 242 miles to 183 miles. Will it also fall back to Earth like the Tiangong-1?
Space June 26, 2018
China will be launching its own space station in 2022 called the China Space Station. It has said that all countries, no matter how small, will be able to work in the new space station.
Space May 29, 2018
A space war expert envisioned a conflict happening in space in the immediate future. He said it had become a possibility because of the advanced technology available to men at present.
Space April 16, 2018
Although it's crashing back to Earth in an uncontrolled reentry, the Tiangong-1 has achieved impressive feats throughout its lifetime. For instance, it has helped in providing emergency control during two major global disasters.
Space March 29, 2018
China’s space station Tiangong-1 will soon hit the Earth’s surface and could possibly hurt humans and damage properties. The European Space Agency downplays the scenario, saying there is only one in a million chance it will happen.
Space March 22, 2018
The Asian space race is heating up as Japan has announced its plans to put a man on the moon. It's only the latest move in a new 21st-century space race.
Space July 1, 2017
China successfully launched its Long March-5 rocket. The new heavy-lift Long March-5 rocket will enable ambitious future missions, including a planned trip to Mars.
Space November 4, 2016
The Shenzhou-11 spacecraft has successfully docked at the Tiangong-2 space lab, confimed Chinese authorities. The state TV beamed live videos of the astronauts floating in zero gravity and entering the space lab through a designated pathway.
Space October 19, 2016
The International Space Station is set to retire on 2024. And when it does, it looks like China will be the lone country left with a space station, now that it just launched the Tiangong-2 space lab.
Space October 10, 2016
China made another progress toward launching its most technologically advanced rocket yet - the Long March 5. The LM 5 will be used in many ambitious space projects, starting with the construction of the China Space Station in 2018.
FUTURE TECH February 10, 2016
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