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Illustration of the Zhuque-2 two-stage methane/LOX rocket from the  Landspace homepage (Credit: Landspace)
A Long March 2C/SMA rocket lifts off from Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center at 03:56 UTC on July 9, 2018. Credit: CGWIC
An image accompanying a Chinese Academy of Space Technology announcement of a successful airdrop parachute test in April. Credit: CAST
Long Lehao of CALT delivers a lecture at Tsinghua University, Beijing, on May 31, 2018. Pictured is the Long March 9. Credit: Framegrab/CCTV webcast
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Render of the Tiangong-2 space lab (left) docked with a Shenzhou crewed spacecraft. Credit: CMSE
In this European Space Agency illustration, a satellite breaks up, adding to the growing population of orbital debris. Debris-clearing spacecraft the U.S., China and others have in the works could easily double as anti-satellite weapons. Credit: ESA
The far side of the Moon and distant Earth, imaged by the Chang'e-5 T1 mission service module in  2014 Credit: Chinese Academy of Sciences
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A Long March 3A lifts off June 6 from Xichang Satellite Launch Centre with Fengyun-2H weather satellite. Credit: CASC
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Chinese rocket company OneSpace prepares for a vertical assembly rehearsal of their suborbital OS-X rocket in early April. Credit: OneSpace
Chinese launch company OneSpace complete a vertical assembly rehearsal for the OS-X rocket on April 11, 2018. A test launch is slated for May 17. Credit: Image courtesy of OneSpace
The far side of the Moon and distant Earth, imaged by the Chang'e-5 T1 mission service module in  2014 Credit: Chinese Academy of Sciences

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