First Resupply Ship Reaches Chinese Space Station

Tianzhou 2
Credit: CASC
MOSCOW—China’s first resupply ship for its new orbital space station has docked. The Tianzhou-2 (Heavenly Ship) launched atop a Long March 7 medium-lift rocket on May 29 from the Wenchang Launch Site on the coast of southern China’s island province of Hainan. The spacecraft separated from the launch...

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