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Chinese Launched Their First Space Station Module30. september 2011 21:53 | Space
by Joe G.
China launched their first space station module to space yesterday. They plan a manned mission to the space station next year.
The space station, named Tiangong-1, was launched from the Gobi desert. If everything goes as planned, they will send another unmanned rocket to space in few weeks, the Shenzhou 8, and connect it to the other module.
According to the Chinese space mission, they will send two manned missions to the space station next year.
Everything suggests that the launch yesterday was successful and the module is orbiting the earth as planned.
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