Chinese astronauts greet students on Earth before space lecture

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The three Shenzhou-13 crew members aboard #China’s space station on Monday greeted students on Earth before giving them a special #space lecture scheduled for 3:40 p.m. (Beijing Time) on Thursday. In addition to showcasing their daily life and work at the space station, the taikonauts will also demonstrate some scientific phenomena.

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