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The astronauts will spend three months onboard the station, which has separate living modules for each of them, as well as a shared bathroom, dining area, and a..
Credit: IndiaTimes - Published 5 days ago

China was slammed by US space agency NASA for 'failing to meet responsible standards' regarding their space debris.
Credit: Zee News - Published on May 11, 2021

The US space agency said that the spacefaring nations must minimize the risks to people and property on Earth of re-entries of space objects. 
Credit: Zee News - Published on May 10, 2021

Remnants of China`s biggest rocket landed in the Indian Ocean on Sunday, with most of its components destroyed upon re-entry into the atmosphere, ending days of..
Credit: Zee News - Published on May 9, 2021

Credit: newKerala.com - Published on May 9, 2021

Credit: newKerala.com - Published on May 9, 2021

Debris of China`s biggest rocket, Long March 5B landed in the Indian Ocean, most of its components destroyed upon re-entry into the Earth`s atmosphere. The..
Credit: Zee News - Published on May 9, 2021

Earlier, China had claimed that there was not much risk from the freefalling segment of the Long March-5B rocket.
Credit: DNA - Published on May 9, 2021

A large segment of a Chinese rocket re-entered the Earth's atmosphere and disintegrated over the Indian Ocean, state television reported Sunday citing the China..
Credit: IndiaTimes - Published on May 9, 2021

A large segment of a Chinese rocket is expected to make an uncontrolled re-entry into the Earth's atmosphere over the weekend, but Beijing has downplayed fears..
Credit: IndiaTimes - Published on May 8, 2021

The Long March 5B - comprising one core stage and four boosters - lifted off from China's Hainan island on April 29.
Credit: DNA - Published on May 8, 2021

Credit: Indian Express - Published on May 8, 2021

China`s foreign ministry has said that most debris from the rocket will be burned up on re-entry and is highly unlikely to cause any harm.
Credit: Zee News - Published on May 8, 2021

Credit: newKerala.com - Published on May 7, 2021

The US Department of Defence has said it is tracking the Chinese rocket that is out of control and set to re-enter Earth's atmosphere.
Credit: DNA - Published on May 5, 2021

Credit: newKerala.com - Published on May 5, 2021

A rocket developed by iSpace put satellites into orbit after a launch from a state facility in northwestern China on Thursday, marking the first successful..
Credit: Reuters India - Published on July 25, 2019

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