Chinese astronauts aboard Tianhe space module conduct clean-up in zero gravity

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Chinese astronauts aboard Tianhe space module conduct clean-up in zero gravity” – below is their description.

Chinese astronauts aboard the Tianhe space station core module have been carrying out routine cleaning inside the spacecraft. But the chore is not as straightforward in zero gravity. Chinese scientists devised a “smart storage method” to address the challenge aboard Tianhe, which launched in April 2021, as part of China’s Tiangong space station programme.

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