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A literally out-of-this-world escapade is on the way for those who are looking for some extreme adventure.
Heads Up, Extreme Adventurers: High-atmosphere and Space Tourism Possible in the Near Future

Chen Dong, one of the two astronauts in the Tiangong-II, introduces the equipment used for the in-orbit ultrasonic inspection to test their cardio-pulmonary function, on Oct. 30, 2016.
Life in Space Captured on Tiangong-II

China is on track in its space exploration agenda, as the country is looking to push forward several missions to the moon and beyond by 2030.
China to Expand Space Tourism; Offers Passengers Trip via Space Plane

This handout image of the giant, active galaxy NGC 1275, obtained Aug. 21, 2008, was taken using the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope's Advanced Camera for Surveys in July and Aug. 2006.
Could China Emerge as the Pioneer for Next Generation Telescopes?

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

Ye Guanfe (3rd from left) is among six potential astronauts chosen to undergo training in Sardinia under the European Space Agency (ESA).
Chinese Astronaut Re-emerges from ESA Cave Training Mission

File photo of the lauch of the Tiangong-1 space laboratory. China is using its own sun simulator to study the effects of solar radiation on spacecraft like this and help design better ones.
China's New Sun Simulator Helps Design Better Spacecraft

'No Man's Sky' will be officially released for the PS4 and PC on August 9.
Hello Games reveals ‘No Man’s Sky’ offical release date

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

NASA Administrator Charles Bolden says it is unlikely that the space agency will be able to go on a joint space exploration with China under his tenure.
China-US Joint Space Exploration Will Remain 'Sci-fi' in the Near Future: Experts

A plane flies past the moon at sunset in London, England, on March 3, 2015.
What Satellite Will China Use to Explore the Dark Side of the Moon?

A close-up view of the rugged, icy mountains and flat ice plains on Pluto is seen in an image from NASA's New Horizons spacecraft taken July 14, 2015 and released Sept. 17, 2015.
Wonder Continues: Breathtaking Views of Pluto from NASA

Researchers are studying dwarf stars at the Milky Way bulge in order to explain the origin of the galaxy.
White Dwarf Stars At Milky Way Bulge Holds Clue To Origin Of The Galaxy

NASA releases Pluto's blue skies and red water ice in new photos, Oct.8, 2015.
New Photos: NASA Releases Pluto's Blue Skies and Red Water Ice

China needs a constellation of satellites for these deeper space explorations.
China Aims to Explore Space Deeper

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