Space Log: Shenzhou-14 crew hits one-month mark in space

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The Shenzhou-14 crew has had a packed schedule in space since its launch one month ago. On June 5, China launched the Shenzhou-14 spacecraft with three taikonauts for a six-month mission to help complete the construction of the country’s space station in orbit.

The taikonauts have conducted a slew of preparation work in the station for the upcoming space tasks such as robotic arm operation, space walk and module transfer.

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