China’s human spaceflight program has new plans to use versions of its Tiangong docking-target vehicle as a testbed for regenerative life support and early space-science experiments in preparation for operating a full-scale three-person space station late in this decade. But Wang Wenbao, head of the China Manned Space Engineering Office, is ready to cooperate across the board on human spaceflight with NASA and other agencies, including using China’s planned 13-ton cargo vehicle to ...
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