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China Launches Land Exploration Satellite[Dec 04, 2017]

China launched a land exploration satellite into a preset orbit from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in the Gobi desert at 12:11 p.m. Sunday Beijing Time. The satellite is mainly used for remote sensing exploration of land resources. A Long March-2D rocket carried the satellite into space.

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Space Station Device to Aid Quantum Physics[Nov 29, 2017]

China plans to install a cutting-edge scientific instrument on its future space station, a move likely to revolutionize research into quantum mechanics, one of the most sophisticated and complex areas of physics. It will be carried by the country's first manned space station, which is expected to be assembled starting in 2019 and enter service around 2022. The 60-metric-ton station will have three parts-a core module attached to two space labs-and will operate for at least 10 years, according to space authorities.

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Popular Science Promotion Makes Good Progress in China[Nov 28, 2017]

Chinese have made notable progress in promoting science among ordinary people with higher input and more action, the Ministry of Science and Technology said Monday. About 15.2 billion yuan (about 2.3 billion U.S. dollars) was raised in 2016 nationwide to popularize science, a 7.63 percent increase from 2015, the ministry said in a press release.

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China Successfully Launches Remote Sensing Satellites[Nov 27, 2017]

China launched remote sensing satellites at 2:10 am, Beijing Time, Saturday on a Long March-2C rocket from Xichang Satellite Launch Center in southwest China's Sichuan Province. The satellites has entered the preset orbit and Saturday's launching mission was proclaimed a success. The satellites will conduct electromagnetic probes and other experiments.

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Beidou Joins Global Rescue Data Network[Nov 24, 2017]

China's domestically developed navigation satellite system Beidou has been included in a global network that collects and distributes data for search and rescue missions, the Ministry of Transport said on Thursday. Beidou will be part of the International Cospas-Sarsat Programme, a nonprofit, intergovernmental and humanitarian cooperative with 44 members, including the United States, Canada, Russia and China.

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China Publishes Standards on Stem Cell Use[Nov 23, 2017]

A general standard on research in stem cell technology was published in China on Wednesday. The document introduces general requirements on screening of donors, tissue collection, cell separation and preservation, transportation and detection of stem cells.

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