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China to launch new spacecraft Because it eyes moon Excursion

China said Tuesday it will establish a brand new spacecraft at 6 pm (1000 GMT), at a trial of its aspirations to run a permanent space station and send astronauts to the Moon.

Extended March 5B is assumed to a day transport astronauts into some space station that China intends to finish by 2022, and finally to the Moon.

America is up to now the only nation to have been in a position to send people to the Moon.

However, Beijing has made enormous strides in its attempt to grab up to the US shuttle program, sending astronauts to space, satellites to orbit along with a rover on the far side of the Moon.

A successful maiden flight of this 54-meter Extended March 5B would guarantee China, after failures of this 7A version in March and 3B version in April.

Beijing has launched many space vehicles as 1999, the Shenzhou, which have been modeled after Russia’s Soyuz.

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