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Details of Future Space Station Revealed[Oct 24, 2018]

The China Manned Space Agency made public on Tuesday some technical specifications of the core module of the country's future manned space station. The core module, Tianhe, or Harmony of Heavens, will have three parts: the connecting section, life-support and control section, and resources section.

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Underwater Construction Based on Innovation, Attention to Detail[Oct 24, 2018]

The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge, scheduled to open on Wednesday, has changed the appearance of the Pearl River Estuary. However, one of the most talked about aspects of the bridge is hidden below the waterline. The bridge involves a 6.7-kilometer immersed tunnel, the longest in the world for road traffic and the first offshore structure of its kind in China.

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China Launches Third Prototype Exascale Computer[Oct 23, 2018]

China has launched a third prototype exascale computing machine, the next-generation supercomputer. The Shuguang exascale computer is expected to be put into operation in national supercomputing centers in Shanghai and Shenzhen. An exascale computer is able to execute a quintillion calculations per second.

AG600;Kunlong

China-made Large Amphibious Aircraft Completes First Water Takeoff[Oct 22, 2018]

China's independently-developed large amphibious aircraft AG600 completed its first water takeoff and landing in the city of Jingmen in the central province of Hubei. The AG600, a large-scale special-purpose civil aircraft designed to assist with forest firefighting and water rescues, is the third member of China's "large aircraft family" following the large freighter Y-20 and large passenger aircraft C919.

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Scientists Make First High-temperature Single-molecule Magnet[Oct 22, 2018]

An international team of scientists from Britain, China and Finland produced a new molecule-based magnetic information storage material, which might be used to produce high-density digital storage media and parts of microprocessors in quantum computers. The study published in the latest journal Science showed that they successfully designed and synthesized the first single-molecule magnet (SMM) with a blocking temperature above 77 K, the boiling point of liquid nitrogen, which is both cheap and readily available.

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China-Iceland Arctic Science Observatory Inaugurated in Northern Iceland[Oct 22, 2018]

The China-Iceland Arctic Science Observatory was inaugurated and officially began operation on in northern Iceland. The observatory is a joint project by Chinese and Icelandic research institutions to further the scientific understanding on Arctic phenomena. Currently, it can accommodate 15 people in a work/live facility for research on various scientific studies, such as aurora, atmosphere, glacier and remote sensing.

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