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    2020 China Space Conference

    "2020 China Space Conference set for Fuzhou in September"

    http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/a/20200...8172611c4.html

    The 2020 China Space Conference will be held in Fuzhou, capital of East China's Fujian province, in mid-September, according to the Chinese Society of Astronautics.

    The society, part of the State-owned space giant China Aerospace Science and Technology Corp, said in a statement on Tuesday that the conference will open on Sept 18 and last four days. It will be hosted by the society and the China Space Foundation and will consist of 16 events, such as forums and themed exhibitions.
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    The 22nd China International Industry Fair (CIIF) in east China's Shanghai must be held in conjunction with the the above Space Conference. The dates are the same.

    http://www.ecns.cn/hd/2020-09-17/det...p8470915.shtml

    The 22nd CIIF kicked off at the National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai) on Tuesday. Covering a total display area of 245,000 square meters, this year's CIIF has attracted more than 2,000 exhibitors from 22 countries and regions
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    "News from the 2020 China Space Conference in Fuzhou"

    http://www.go-taikonauts.com/en/chin...ence-in-fuzhou

    China plans to launch Taiji 2, a satellite to conduct in-orbit experiments on key technologies related to space-based gravitational wave detection, before 2024, Wu Yueliang, Chief Scientist of the Taiji programme said on 18 September during the 2020 China Space Conference in Fuzhou, Fujian Province.
    The Mars probe Tianwen 1 is in stable condition and was as of 8:30 BJT on 18 September at a distance of more than 18 million km away from Earth, Zhang Rongqiao, Chief Designer of China's 1st Mars exploration mission. reported at the ongoing 2020 China Space Conference.
    China's satellite producer GalaxySpace announced that its new broadband communication satellite has entered the assembly stage after the company completed the development of satellite payloads.
    Bao Weimin, an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Director of the Committee of Science and Technology under the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation, told the conference audience that he envisions China will be able to operate regular spacecraft flights by 2045. The regular flights will include one-hour routes between global destinations, transportation between ground and orbit, and routes between orbits.
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    "Nation determined to land astronauts on lunar surface"

    http://en.people.cn/n3/2020/0920/c90000-9762331.html

    China is determined to land its astronauts on the moon and set up a scientific station there, according to a project leader.

    Zhou Yanfei, deputy chief designer of China's manned space program, said on Friday that China wishes to use the manned lunar missions to carry out scientific surveys and technology demonstrations, explore ways to develop lunar resources and strengthen the nation's space capabilities.

    "A new wave of lunar explorations has been emerging in the world, with participants aiming to make sustainable missions to deepen knowledge of the moon and exploit resources there," he said in a report delivered at the 2020 China Space Conference in Fuzhou, Fujian province. "Unlike other nations, China must depend on its own science and technology to realize our goals."

    The country is independently able to land its astronauts on the moon because it has the technologies, a group of well-trained, innovative professionals and high-efficiency research and management systems, Zhou said.

    Planners, designers and engineers have done feasibility research and discussed all aspects of the manned lunar program.

    Chinese researchers will have to overcome a long list of technical and engineering difficulties, Zhou said.
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    "China's new carrier rocket available for public view"

    https://www.spacedaily.com/reports/C..._view_999.html

    Spacecraft enthusiasts can catch a glimpse of a newly developed commercial Chinese rocket at the ongoing China International Industry Fair in Shanghai.

    The medium-sized carrier rocket was developed by the Shanghai Academy of Spaceflight Technology affiliated to the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation. It is 59 meters long, with a take-off thrust of about 500 tonnes and a take-off weight of about 430 tonnes.
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