China and U.S. in final frontier

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#China’s Shenzhou-12 #space mission crew successfully landed back on Earth in the Gobi Desert of north China’s Inner Mongolia on Friday. The crew spent 90 days aboard China’s new space station, the longest time in space spent by any Chinese astronaut. The end of the Shenzhou-12 mission coincided with the ignition of SpaceX’s Inspiration4, which carried a four-men all-civilian crew. What do these breakthroughs mean for China and U.S. in their space exploration? Can there be cooperation or at the very least amicable competition?

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