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September 25, 2016
DRAGON SPACE
Batch production of Long March 5 underway
Beijing (XNA) Sep 22, 2016
Batch production of Long March 5 has begun, said Meng Fanxin, manager of the industrialized base for the carrier rocket in Tianjin. Known as the Long March 5, China's most powerful heavy-lift launch vehicle is expected to make its first test flight from Hainan's Wenchang Satellite Launch Center in November. In the meantime, its manufacturing base in the northern port city of Tianjin is producing the second one. "Right now, we possess the ability to batch produce rockets with diameter o ... read more

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China space plane taking shape
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China's space survival experiment goes on well
China's experiment in human living for space exploration is going smoothly, halfway into the project, the Astronaut Center of China (ACC) announced Tuesday. Four volunteers started a 180-day e ... more
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Rocket maker aims high with lofty output targets
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SPACE SCOPES

World's largest radio telescope starts operating in China
The world's largest radio telescope began operating in southwestern China Sunday, a project which Beijing says will help humanity search for alien life. ... more


DRAGON SPACE

Astronauts given comfort upgrade
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TIME AND SPACE

World's first space cold atom clock
The cylinder-shaped black object bears no resemblance to any ordinary clock, but it is one of the most advanced timepieces ever. It was sent to space with the Space Laboratory of China's Tiangong-2 ... more
DRAGON SPACE

Tiangong 2 initial tests proceeding well
Several days after its launch, China's Tiangong 2 space laboratory seems to be working well. The uncrewed module has made engine burns and orbital changes, demonstrating its capabilities. Chin ... more
Military Space News, Nuclear Weapons, Missile Defense
STRATCOM nominee vows to end US reliance on Russian RD-180 engines

NASA collision avoidance system saves unconscious F-16 Pilot

Washington Post takes heat for Snowden prosecution call

Ukraine, rebels agree troop pullbacks in three areas: OSCE

Safran, Urban Aeronautics sign deal for Cormorant drone

Sukhoi T-50 jet cannon test-fired in Russia

Sweden to buy 24 extra Archer howitzers

DRAGON SPACE

China's Tiangong-1 space station to crash into Earth in 2017
Keep your head up next year. China's Tiangong-1 space station is expected to re-enter the atmosphere and come crashing back to Earth sometime during 2017. ... more
DRAGON SPACE

China's space lab Tiangong-2 enters in-orbit test track
China's space lab Tiangong-2 has entered an in-orbit test track, the Beijing Aerospace Control Center said Friday. "Tiangong-2 is in good condition currently, and its sub-systems are operating ... more
TIME AND SPACE

Scientists teleport quantum information across four-mile cable
A pair of research teams - one in Canada and one in China - just showcased quantum teleportation across four-mile cables. The feat promises to pave the way for a quantum internet. ... more
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AEROSPACE

Indian ministers approve Rafale fighter jet deal
An Indian cabinet committee gave its approval Wednesday to a long-delayed deal to buy 36 fighter jets from France's Dassault, as the country looks to bolster its military in the face of China's growing clout. ... more
SUPERPOWERS

China PM comes to Canada looking for extradition treaty
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang landed in Ottawa late Wednesday to meet with his Canadian counterpart Justin Trudeau and press for an extradition treaty. ... more
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Red Cross seeks $15.5 mn to help flood-hit N. Korea

26 dead, 19 missing in Indonesian landslides, floods: official

UN mobilizes to stop super-bugs

SPACEWAR

Taiwan asks Google to blur images of South China Sea island
Taiwan's defence ministry has asked Google to blur images of a new development believed to be for military use on a disputed South China Sea island. ... more
NUKEWARS

China probes firm suspected of aiding N. Korea nuke project
A Chinese company under investigation by local police may have aided North Korea's nuclear programme, think tanks in South Korea and the US have said, just days after Pyongyang conducted its fifth nuclear test. ... more
SUPERPOWERS

China lashes out at Japan's South China Sea plans
China is "disappointed to the point of despair" with Japan's conduct in the South China Sea, it said Monday, after Tokyo announced it may set up training patrols with the US in the contested region. ... more
TAIWAN NEWS

Taiwan politicians break ranks to meet with Beijing
A group of opposition officials from Taiwan have bypassed the government and travelled to China on a bridge-building trip as relations with Beijing turn frosty under new president Tsai Ing-wen. ... more
MISSILE NEWS

Raytheon receives $43 million Sidewinder missile contract modification
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China plans global satellite network to boost internet
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SUPERPOWERS

China releases alleged Canadian spy
A Canadian man arrested in China two years ago on charges of spying and stealing state secrets has been freed and is back home in Canada, his family said Thursday. ... more
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DISASTER MANAGEMENT

China chemical accidents kill almost 200 in 2016

FARM NEWS

China removes 13-year-old ban on some US beef products

SINO DAILY

In Tibet, religious freedom with Chinese characteristics

SINO DAILY

Hong Kong protest leaders avoid jail after failed court bid

SINO DAILY

China pushes Tibetan tourism while critics fear impact

FROTH AND BUBBLE

China ship owners pay up for Australia reef disaster

SINO DAILY

China slams EU over Dalai Lama visit

SHAKE AND BLOW

Typhoon Meranti leaves 16 dead or missing in China

CAR TECH

Tesla fixes Model S software after Chinese hack

POLITICAL ECONOMY

China foreign expenditure tops inward investment

Two top China steelmakers announce merger to combat glut

Lufthansa signs joint venture with Air China

China to unveil steel merger plans this week: reports

Australia's Port of Melbourne sold for $7.3 bln

China facing possible debt crisis: bank watchdog

Tiangong-2 "another significant step" for building China's space station

First commercial space base to be built in Wuhan

China to begin building space station in 2017

China acquires basic technology for manned lunar missions

China to share space development benefits with all

Britain approves Hinkley Point nuclear deal

China to launch second space laboratory: Xinhua

China launches second space lab: Xinhua

Good Start for Tiangong 2

China's second space lab Tiangong-2 to be launched

China's space progress in recent years

China eyes year-long stays for space station astronauts

Vietnam investigating new fish deaths

Hong Kong journalists 'detained and beaten' in China

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