Stunning photos taken by taikonauts from China’s space station

Stunning photos taken by taikonauts from china's space station

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A new batch of stunning photos taken by China’s in-orbit Shenzhou-14 taikonauts was released by the China Manned Space Agency on October 4. The crew, who were sent to the space station on June 5 for a six-month mission, became the first Chinese citizens to celebrate National Day, which falls on October 1, in outer space. The photos show the taikonauts saluting the Chinese national flag, as well as the spectacular views of Earth, the moon and the plants they have grown in the space station.

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