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China launches its first space laboratory module, Tiangong-1.
Tiangong-2: Is Space Exploration Being Taken to the Next Level?

China's Ao Xiang Star 12U CubeSat is similar to this one, but is larger.
China's 12U CubeSat Running Perfectly

China will soon launch a quantum-enabled satellite into orbit.
After China Launches First Quantum-capable Satellite, Race for Quantum Internet Is Possible: Experts

A Long March 2F rocket lifts off on Sept. 29, 2011, in Jiuquan, Gansu Province of China. A more powerful version of the rocket, the Long March-7, successfully launched earlier this week.
NASA Should Not Remain Unperturbed After China Launches Long March-7: Analysts

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Thousands of tourists and space enthusiasts gather to witness the launch of Long March 7 at the Wenchang Satellite Launch Center.
Wenchang's Rocket Launch Center Boosts Tourism in the City

A Long March 2F rocket lifts off on Sept. 29, 2011, in Jiuquan, Gansu Province of China. A more powerful version of the rocket, the Long March-7, successfully launched earlier this week.
China on Schedule to Launch Second Space Station This Year

A re-entry module aboard carrier rocket Long March-7 touches down successfully in Badain Jaran Desert in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, June 26, 2016.
Re-entry Module Aboard Long March-7 Lands Successfully

Artist rendition of a future Chinese space station. Chinese scientists are now conducting experiments to create a system that will make such stations more livable.
China Conducts Half-year Experiment to Develop Space Habitats

The 23rd Beidou satellite at launch aboard a Long March 3-C rocket. China plans to increase the power of its own satellite navigation system significantly in the next few years.
China Wants to Make Its Homegrown GPS More Powerful

A Chinese Long March carrying the lunar probe is docked at the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in Liangshan, Sichuan Province.
China's BeiDou Satellite System Available to Global Users by 2020

China seeks to solve the problem in information security through a satellite.
Satellite Experiment Aims to Resolve Problem in Information Security

China has launched in December its most sophisticated satellite for high-definition Earth observations.
Singapore, Chinese Association Partner for Satellite Navigation Technology Development

China aims to offer global navigation coverage using the Beidou satellite system by 2020.
China to Unveil 40 Beidou Navigation Satellites in Five Years: Spokesperson

Chinese space experts eye to explore deeper into the solar system
Commercial Remote-sensing Satellites Unveiled in China

China has launched three CubeSats to track ships and aircraft.
China Launches Cube Satellites to Revolutionize Civil Aircraft Tracking

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