Chinese President stressed innovation and hailed progress in the areas of space flight and exploration, quantum information and supercomputers.
Chinese officials clearly disapproved of Starlink's rollout in Ukraine and 'sought assurances' that Musk would not sell access to the internet service in China, report said
Chinese researchers say planes on PLA aircraft carriers will be able to launch hypersonic missiles due to new "logistics technology that simplifies and speeds up repair" of missiles
Tickets will likely cost between $286,400 and $429,000, allowing customers to take in views from around the edge of the earth's atmosphere, Global Times said.
Changesite-(Y) is the sixth mineral identified on the Moon, following discoveries by the US and the former Soviet Union, reported the Global Times
The Indian government has turned to the private sector to help back its state-run space programme to fund affordable launches and missions
CASC lauded the “complete success” of the mission boosting China’s “space transportation technology from one-time use to repeated use”
SpaceX will assess if parts of its Dragon capsule landed on farms near Canberra on July 9, while debris from a Chinese rocket may have landed in Southeast Asia just a week ago
The Long March 2F rocket was sent into low Earth orbit from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in the Gobi Desert, said the report
US space agency NASA said Beijing had not shared the "specific trajectory information" needed to know where possible debris might fall
The rocket's entire main-core stage has reached low orbit and is expected to tumble back toward Earth once atmospheric friction drags it downward, possibly on Sunday
At least 21 tonnes of debris may fall into low orbit, said Astronomer Jonathon McDowell, which means an uncontrolled plummet back down to Earth in an unpredictable location