Live: Exploring China’s past and future space projects

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    An exhibition showcasing China’s space achievements is now underway in the city of Nanjing, east China’s Jiangsu Province. There you will find the latest lunar samples from Chang’e 5, a model of the country’s first Mars rover Zhurong,  as well as space station models. As part of the China Space Conference, the exhibition features the country’s past and future space projects. Join CGTN’s Wu Lei and Cui Yufu from the China Academy of Space Technology to find out how Chinese space missions are planned and implemented, and how people benefit from the space industry.

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