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Studio interview: China's space program at rapid and stable pace


04-22-2016 16:16 BJT

Full coverage: China Astronautics Day

For more on this, we are joined in the studio by Professor Yang Yuguang, from China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation. He's also a Secretary of International Astronautical Federation Transportation Committee. 

Q1: We know China's space project is developing at a very rapid and stable pace. What's your assessment of progress so far?

Q2. From your perspective, why is space exploration so crucial to China? 

Q3. 2016 will be a crucial and busy year for China’s space program, as China is accelerating its space program and verifying key technologies. What challenges are lying ahead to achieve this goal?

Q4. China plans to open its space station in 2020—How significance is it for China's space industry?

Q5. The International Space Station is scheduled to retire in 2020, when China set up it own space station. What does this mean for the ISS?

Q6. Some media say China is playing catch-up with space powers Russia, United States, what's your view on this?

Q7. Where can China look to collaborate with other countries, especially in terms of manned space flight missions??

Q8. Which areas hasn't China touched yet, but have potential for exploration?

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