Exploring the world’s largest astronomy museum in Shanghai

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The Shanghai Astronomy Museum finally opened its doors on July 17, 2021 after being under construction for five years. Covering 38,000 square meters, the museum is believed to be the largest of its kind in the world. On July 18, the general public can finally visit the new attraction. CGTN’s Wu Lei explores the museum.

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