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China succeeds in its first re-usable spacecraft amid lukewarm media attention

China succeeds in its first re-usable spacecraft amid lukewarm media attention

China’s space program has launched and landed a trial re-usable spacecraft and by doing so it has indicated that it can equal the ability of a enigmatic US strategic asset. China however hardly accredited the launch and state media offered only meager reports of the mission, saying the craft launched atop the Long March-2F rocket that China has now used successfully in 16 low-Earth-orbit missions.

Gaurav
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Ben
Ben 1 months

well, it's nice to see that 30 years of precision spying has paid off on a basic copy of Boeing's X-37B. Go CCP, you are absolute innovators & geniuses...

Alulim of Sumer
Alulim of Sumer 1 months

Good, I welcome the competition! Maybe it will now light a fire under some of those birdbrains in washington D.C. and NASA.

TexasReb
TexasReb 1 months

Let's all remember that it was Bill Clinton who GAVE the technology to the CCP to launch Satellites into space for the USA to undercut US Companies. GAVE.

SomeGuyWhoDoesThings
SomeGuyWhoDoesThings 1 months

I noticed how they only turn around the spacecraft, and not the whole rocket. SpaceX is still the furthest out. Also, nobody even thought about reusable spacecraft/rockets until Musk made it viable.

Alex
Alex 1 months

Is this the same flight that saw the “reusable” booster crash on a residential area today? Yeah great success.

Doug
Doug 1 months

Since it supposedly worked, will the forced prison labor used to build this thing be spared the forced organ harvesting?

Tin Omen
Tin Omen 1 months

Imitation brand SpaceX

Aran
Aran 1 months

Lol 🤣 stolen intellectual property from space x lol

Don'tbackNV
Don'tbackNV 1 months

They even copied the logo

Robert_Clearwater
Robert_Clearwater 1 months

Wow I just warped in from 1980 and this is so cool!

Rebeca
Rebeca 1 months

In short, Meh.

One Watchable
One Watchable 1 months

At least China doesn't waste money and materials on one-use expensive things!

Concerned New Yorker
Concerned New Yorker 1 months

Elon show em how it's done

El3phantInTheRoom
El3phantInTheRoom 1 months

Awesome! Who did they steal that tech from?

IIZard
IIZard 1 months

In before they stole stuff from Musk.

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