Politics Inauguration in Shanghai of China's spatial exploits

21:00  30 july  2021
21:00  30 july  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Le nouveau planetarium de Shanghai met en scène les récents exploits de la Chine dans le domaine spatial © Hector Retamal The new Shanghai planetarium staged China's recent exploits in the spatial field China inaugurated in Shanghai a planetorium presented as Being the largest in the world, conceived as a spectacular showcase of recent Chinese space missions, while minimizing the exploits of the pioneers of the US and Soviet area. The Chinese authorities have watered this year the population of an exaltive propaganda the prowess of Chinese astronauts, which work for the assembly of a new spatial station and the launch of a probe to the planet Mars.

Nature-size models of spacecraft used for these missions, as well as president Xi Jinping clips for Chinese astronauts occupy a star in the new Shanghai planetarium.

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"This year, many of our astronauts are gone in space, which is a source of pride for China," said a visitor, come with his little girl. "I wanted my child to have knowledge about space at an early age".

In contrast, the stages of the conquest of space by pioneering countries of space such as the United States or the Soviet Union are entitled only to a brief mention or even silence.

The first steps of man on the moon, as part of the American Mission Apollo 11 in 1969, are only mentioned in a minimalist manner and a section devoted to the "heroes of space" does not contain on his list That two Russian cosmonauts, with Yang Liwei, first person sent in space as part of the Chinese Space Program.

The planetarium also presents telescopes and interactive exposures on the origins of the universe and the history of astronomy, including versions of great scientific figures, including Copernic, explaining their discoveries.

The building was designed by the New York Ennead Architects firm and evokes swirling galaxies.

with a surface of 38,000 square meters, the equivalent of five football courts, this architectural realization cost 600 million yuan (78.29 million euros, according to the Chinese media.

Three Chinese astronauts sent in the Space on June 17 are currently working on the new Chinese space station under construction as part of a three-month mission, the longest space mission inhabited ever led by China.

in July 2020, Chinese engineers sent a probe on Mars carrying a remote robot that landed in May on the soil of the red planet.


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