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China to Complete National Technology Transfer System by 2025[Sep 27, 2017]

China is looking to complete its national technology transfer system by 2025, said an outline on the system published Tuesday by the State Council, China's cabinet. Also, by 2020, a national technology transfer system that adapts to new circumstances is to be established.

space research;International Astronautical Congress;innovation

Int'l Conference Devoted to "Innovative" Space Research Opens in Australia[Sep 26, 2017]

The 68th International Astronautical Congress (IAC), a five-day conference devoted to discussing innovation and advances in the space industry, began in Adelaide on Monday. More than 100 delegates from China National Space Administration, China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Beihang University and other institutions attended the conference and the accompanying exhibition.

Fengyun-4A;weather satellite

New Eyeball in Space Peers Toward Earth[Sep 26, 2017]

China's most advanced weather satellite officially began operating 36,000 kilometers above the earth on Monday, greatly improving the country's capabilities in weather forecasting, environmental monitoring and disaster prevention and relief. It is also expected to help China's response to climate change.

Fengyun-4A;Fengyun;weather satellite

China's New-generation Weather Satellite Put into Service[Sep 26, 2017]

Fengyun-4A satellite, the first of China's second-generation geostationary orbiting weather satellites, was put into operation Monday, said the State Administration of Science, Technology and Industry for National Defence. Its successful operation enables China to become a leader in developing geostationary orbiting weather satellites, according to the statement.

Arctic exploration;Ice Silk Road;Xuelong

Ice Silk Road: China's Science and Transportation Efforts on the Arctic[Sep 25, 2017]

Researchers on the ice breaker "Xuelong" have finally finished their 83-day rim expedition on the Arctic. Scientists on board examined and took samples of ice, lifeforms, plastic waste and other substances at the Arctic. The samples and data will be used by China to establish another part of its Belt and Road ambitions.

Tianzhou-1;cargo spacecraft

China's Cargo Spacecraft Leaves Orbit[Sep 25, 2017]

China's first cargo spacecraft, Tianzhou-1, left its orbit under orders from ground control around 6 p.m. Friday. The cargo ship twice put on the breaks, continuously lowering its altitude before burning-up in the atmosphere, all under precise control and close monitoring from the ground.

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