China’s “Shenzhou-14” flight writes a bright history in the process of exploring the vast space
Written by Wen Se
expert in international politics
June 27, 2022 / China Network / For decades, China has been interested in developing the exploration of vast space through high-tech and accurate operations, as it put its first satellites into orbit in 1970. Then, since 1991, Chinese scientists proposed the launch and implementation of the lunar exploration project, and in 1998 The Science, Technology and Industry Committee of the National Defense of the People’s Republic of China officially began planning the lunar exploration project and conducting preliminary scientific and technological research, then the “Chinese space flight” began to develop year after year, to record important stages in its journey, the most important of which is the manned flight of “Shenzhou-5”. In 2003, which made China the third country in human history to send astronauts into space through manned flights to establish a space station, and the launch of “Chang’e-1″ from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in 2007 is considered one of the most important highlights in the history of the Chinese space program. Chang’e-2” and also “Chang’e-4”, which was aboard the relay satellite “Queqiao” using the carrier rocket “Long March 3C” in 2018, and during this process, China achieved victories and achievements considered the first of its kind in human history. Science and scientific research in general, as China reached the far side of the moon and recorded a “new history” in the process of discovering the vast space of all mankind. China also took samples from the moon and embodied many useful experiments on the surface of the moon. China’s achievements in the space exploration process continued until the launch of the “Tianhe” space module in 2021, as Beijing seeks to build a Chinese space station, which is continuing to implement the mission of the manned spacecraft “Shenzhou-14”.
On June 5, 2022, China launched the manned spacecraft “Shenzhou-14” to send three astronauts to its space station group on a six-month mission. During this mission, the astronauts will work with the team of scientists at the Earth Center to complete the construction of the “Tiangong” station And developed from a single structure into a Chinese space laboratory consisting of three units, this spacecraft was launched aboard the carrier rocket “Long March-2F” from the “Jiuquan” Satellite Launch Center in northwest China, where the manned spacecraft “Shenzhou” separated -14″ about the missile and successfully entered the orbit assigned to it in advance, and this event is a new bright spot in the history of space exploration for China and the rest of the countries. It is very important for all the major countries to cooperate with each other in order to reveal more secrets outer space.
The “Chenzhou-14” flight will carry three astronauts, including a woman, with the aim of completing a Chinese space station in record time. The astronauts will remain in the “Tianhe” unit, the first Chinese unit in orbit. The astronauts of “Chenzhou-14” are scheduled to carry out about 24 experiments. An in-orbit medical study that aims primarily to study how the weightless environment and spaceflight affect astronauts. Through this mission, the pioneers will also promote the “history” of scientific exploration of ecology and biotechnology, which is a discovery for all humanity and all countries of the world.