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The assembled Zhuque-1 launch vehicle at a facility in Xi'an in August 2018. Credit: Landspace
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Liftoff of the OneSpace OS-X1 suborbital rocket from Jiuquan on September 7, 2018 (Credit: Chen Yunyuan via OneSpace)
A Long March 3B lifts off from Xichang carrying the 35th and 36th Beidou satellites (Credit: CALT)
U.S. Secretary of Defense James N. Mattis meets with China's Minister of Defense Gen. Wei Fenghe at the People's Liberation Army's Bayi Building in Beijing, China, on June 28, 2018. (DoD photo by Army Sgt. Amber I. Smith)
A render of the Chang'e-4 rover on the lunar surface, released on August 15, 2018 (Credit: CASC)
An OS-M series rocket illustration from the OneSpace webpages (Credit: OneSpace)
Render of the Landspace Zhuque-1 three-stage solid rocket. Credit: Landspace
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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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