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China is using mythology and sci-fi to sell its space programme to the world

By Molly Silk, PhD Candidate, Chinese Space Policy, University of Manchester
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On the morning of June 17, China launched its long-awaited Shenzhou-12 spacecraft, carrying three Chinese astronauts – or taikonauts – towards the Tianhe core module. The module itself was launched at the end of April, forming part of the permanent Tiangong space station, which is planned to remain in orbit for the next ten years.

China’s construction of its own space station stems from the nation’s exclusion from the International…


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