Taikonaut system chief designer: Shenzhou crews will have great time during five-day handover

Taikonaut system chief designer: shenzhou crews will have great time during five-day handover

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Huang Weifen, the chief designer of the #taikonaut system of China Manned Space Program, said that the six Chinese astronauts aboard the #chinafaces Space Station will have a great time together during the five-day handover from the Shenzhou-14 crew to the recently arrived taikonauts of the Shenzhou-15 mission.

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