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ISS/CCP Space station is just 200-300 Km above earth surface...it so boring to see CCP doing same mistake USSR and USA did after world changing Apollo- Luna programs ...to get stuck in LEO for useless experiments done many many times before...
space travel should not be just orbiting earth...it should be travelling to other celestial bodies
It's part of Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) long term plan to militarize space. The space stations will serve as hubs and refueling stations for military space aircraft. I have already posted some information about how CCP spies in US and CCP hackers are trying to steal data related to space weapons, as well as trying to steal data from SpaceX about their future space planes. I will post some more as I find it.

China attempting to militarise space as it seeks to modernise its military power

If you truly want to understand CCP goals, think of them as barbarians with technology. The first thing that barbarians would do with any technology is use it for weapons. All the other scientific experiments and space exploration propaganda is just for show to the international community and the Chinese people, mostly to keep brainwashed Chinese masses under CCP's sway.
There is evidence for CCP being barbaric over their long history, and not just recently as against minorities like Uyghurs, Tibetans, Mongolians, Falun Gong, Hong Kong protestors, political opponents, etc. Look up Chinese cultural revolution, in which CCP killed up to 20 million Chinese people over a decade, and in many cases like Guangxi Massacre, the CCP ate their victims, as in actual cannibalism.
Cultural Revolution - Wikipedia
The Cultural Revolution damaged China's economy and traditional culture, with an estimated death toll ranging from hundreds of thousands to 20 million.[1][2][3][4][5][6] Beginning with the Red August of Beijing, massacres took place across mainland China, including the Guangxi Massacre, in which massive cannibalism also occurred;[7][8] the Inner Mongolia incident; the Guangdong Massacre; the Yunnan Massacres; and the Hunan Massacres. Red Guards destroyed historical relics and artifacts, as well as ransacking cultural and religious sites. The 1975 Banqiao Dam failure, one of the world's greatest technological catastrophes, also occurred during the Cultural Revolution. Meanwhile, tens of millions of people were persecuted: senior officials, most notably Chinese president Liu Shaoqi, along with Deng Xiaoping, Peng Dehuai, and He Long, were purged or exiled; millions were accused of being members of the Five Black Categories, suffering public humiliation, imprisonment, torture, hard labor, seizure of property, and sometimes execution or harassment into suicide; intellectuals were considered the "Stinking Old Ninth" and were widely persecuted—notable scholars and scientists such as Lao She, Fu Lei, Yao Tongbin, and Zhao Jiuzhang were killed or committed suicide. Schools and universities were closed with the college entrance exams cancelled. Over 10 million urban intellectual youths were sent to the countryside in the Down to the Countryside Movement.
Guangxi Massacre - Wikipedia
The Guangxi Massacre (simplified Chinese: 广西大屠杀; traditional Chinese: 廣西大屠殺; pinyin: Guǎngxī Dàtúshā), or Guangxi Cultural Revolution Massacre (广西文革大屠杀; 廣西文革大屠殺; Guǎngxī Wéngé Dàtúshā), was a series of events involving lynching and direct massacre in Guangxi during the Cultural Revolution (1966–1976).[1][2][3][4][5] The official record shows an estimated death toll from 100,000 to 150,000.[1][4] Methods of slaughter included beheading, beating, live burial, stoning, drowning, boiling and disemboweling.[1][6] In certain areas including Wuxuan County and Wuming District, massive human cannibalism occurred even though no famine existed; according to public records available, at least 137 people—perhaps hundreds more—were eaten by others and at least thousands of people participated in the cannibalism.[1][2][3][4][5][7][8] Other researchers have pointed out that 421 victims who could be identified by names were eaten, and there were reports of cannibalism across dozens of counties in Guangxi.[4][7][9]
After the Cultural Revolution, people who were involved in the massacre or cannibalism received minor punishments during the "Boluan Fanzheng" period; in Wuxuan County where at least 38 people were eaten, fifteen participants were prosecuted, receiving up to 14 years in prison, while ninety-one members of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) were expelled from the party and thirty-nine non-party officials were either demoted or had a salary cut.[1][3][5][6][10] Although the cannibalism was sponsored by local offices of the Communist Party and militia, no direct evidence suggests that anyone in the national Communist Party leadership including Mao Zedong endorsed the cannibalism or even knew of it.[5][7][10] However, some scholars has pointed out that Wuxuan County, through internal channel, had notified the central leadership about the cannibalism in 1968.[9]
Methods of killing
In the massacre, methods of slaughter included "beheading, beating, live burial, stoning, drowning, boiling, group slaughters, disemboweling, digging out hearts, livers, genitals, slicing off flesh, blowing up with dynamite, and more".[1][6]


  • In one case, according to official records, a person was bound to dynamites on the back and was blown up into pieces by other people—just for fun.[1]
  • In another case of 1968, "a geography instructor named Wu Shufang (吴树芳) was beaten to death by students at Wuxuan Middle School. Her body was carried to the flat stones of the Qian River where another teacher was forced at gunpoint to rip out the heart and liver. Back at the school the pupils barbecued and consumed the organs."[6][9]
Human cannibalism occurred in Guangxi during the Cultural Revolution. According to Zheng Yi (郑义), a scholar who conducted detailed research on the topic in the late 1980s and later smuggled some copies of official documents to the United States, at least 137 people—perhaps hundreds more—were eaten by others and thousands of people participated in the cannibalism.[1][2][3][4][5][7] Documents also record a variety of forms of cannibalism, including eating people as an after-dinner snack, slicing off the meat in big parties, dividing up the flesh so each person could take a large chunk home, barbecuing or roasting the liver, and so on.[5][9][10]

According to Yan Lebin (晏乐斌), a member of the Ministry of Public Security who joined both of the investigation groups:[1]

In 1968, 38 people in Wuxuan County were eaten, and 113 officials of the county participated in eating human flesh, hearts and livers. Chen Guorong (陈国荣), a peasant from Guigang County who happened to pass by Wuxuan, was caught and killed by local militia because he was fat; his heart and liver were taken out while his flesh was distributed to 20 people. A female militia leader ate 6 human livers in total, and cut the genitals of 5 men and soaked them in alcohol which she would drink later, claiming that these organs were beneficial to her health. The behavior of eating human flesh, hearts and livers occurred in many counties of Guangxi including Wuxuan, Wuming, Shangsi, Guigang, Qinzhou, Guiping, and Lingyun ... After the revolutionary committee was established in Shangsi County, a "killing conference" was held at Pingshan Square (平山广场) on September 1, 1968, during which more than 10 officials and civilians were beaten to death. After the conference, a committee member, Li Hao (黎郝), removed the hearts and livers from the corpses, sauteing them and preparing them as dishes for other representatives who attended the conference.
According to Song Yongyi, a Chinese historian who works at the California State University, Los Angeles:[2][4][7][12]

Massive cannibalism

Independent researchers in Guangxi counted a total of 421 people who were eaten. There were reports of cannibalism across 27 counties in Guangxi; that's two-thirds of all the counties in Guangxi. There was one man who was said to be in the so-called fifth category, who was beaten to death where he stood. He had two kids, one of 11 and one of 14. The local officials and armed militia said that it was important to eradicate such people, and so they not only killed those two children: they ate them too. This took place in Pubei county, Guangxi, where 35 people were killed and eaten in total. Most of them were rich landowners and their families. There was one landowner called Liu Zhengjian whose entire family was wiped out. He had a 17-year-old daughter, Liu Xiulan, who was gang-raped by nine people [for 19 times] who then ripped open her belly, and ate her liver and breasts. There were so many incidents like this.
According to Frank Dikötter, Chair Professor of Humanities at the University of Hong Kong, Senior Fellow at Hoover Institution of Stanford, and winner of the 2011 Samuel Johnson Prize:[13]

Throughout 1967 but also '68, there are factions in the countryside that start not just eliminating each other physically, but literally in a couple of small towns they start ritualistically eating each other. In other words, it is not enough to eliminate your class enemy. You have to eat his heart, so there are very well-documented cases of ritual cannibalism.[14]
There was a hierarchy in the consumption of class enemies. Leaders feasted on the heart and liver, mixed with pork, while ordinary villagers were allowed only to peck at the victims’ arms and thighs.[15]
Many of the CCP members who participated in these killings in their youth had their crimes covered up due to political connections, had cover stories created (some of them are absurd, as in supposedly living in a cave or in some backward village when the crime was being committed); and these same CCP criminals are now part of the CCP leadership. This is why the CCP leadership has been so cruel against minorities and even against common Chinese people unjustly imprisoned; because many of the CCP leaders lost their humanity when they committed these crimes like mass murder and cannibalism.
 
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A Long March 2C rocket launched Yaogan-30 Group 9 reconnaissance satellites from Xichang on 18 June 2021.
It is the 375 flight of Long March family.

Orbital launches from Chinese launch centers: 407
(Long March/Kuaizhou/Smart Dragon/Hyperbola/Ceres)
Jiuquan - 144
Xichang - 156
Taiyuan - 92
Wenchang - 13
Sea Launch- 2

Coming up next:
A Long March 3B rocket will launch a L-Band GEO SAR satellite from Xichang on 5 July 2021.
Let me undertake your unfinished Long March.

Intense space launches for July.

A Long March 2D rocket launched five satellites including Jilin-1 Wideband from Taiyuan on 3 July 2021.
It is the 376 flight of Long March family.
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Orbital launches from Chinese launch centers: 408
(Long March/Kuaizhou/Smart Dragon/Hyperbola/Ceres)
Jiuquan - 144
Xichang - 156
Taiyuan - 93
Wenchang - 13
Sea Launch- 2

Coming up next:
A Long March 4C rocket will launch Fenyuan-3E-05 weather satellites 5 July 2021.
A Long March 3B rocket will launch Tianlian-1-05 relay satellites 7 July 2021.
A Long March 6 rocket will launch Ningxia-1-02 remote sensing satellites 9 July 2021.
An iSpace Hyperbola-1 rocket will launch XX satellites 10 July 2021.
A Long March 2C rocket will launch Yaogan-30 Group 10 reconnaisance satellites 23 July 2021.
A Kuaizhou-1A rocket will launch Jilin-1-02 Gaofen-02D remote sensing satellites 31 July 2021.
Three to be determined:
A Smart Dragon 1 rocket will launch XX satellites on XX July 2021.
A XX rocket will rocket will launch XX in July 2021.
A XX rocket will rocket will launch XX in July 2021.
 

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Let me undertake your unfinished Long March.

Intense space launches for July.

A Long March 2D rocket launched five satellites including Jilin-1 Wideband from Taiyuan on 3 July 2021.
It is the 376 flight of Long March family.
View attachment 98103
Orbital launches from Chinese launch centers: 408
(Long March/Kuaizhou/Smart Dragon/Hyperbola/Ceres)
Jiuquan - 144
Xichang - 156
Taiyuan - 93
Wenchang - 13
Sea Launch- 2

Coming up next:
A Long March 4C rocket will launch Fenyuan-3E-05 weather satellites 5 July 2021.
A Long March 3B rocket will launch Tianlian-1-05 relay satellites 7 July 2021.
A Long March 6 rocket will launch Ningxia-1-02 remote sensing satellites 9 July 2021.
An iSpace Hyperbola-1 rocket will launch XX satellites 10 July 2021.
A Long March 2C rocket will launch Yaogan-30 Group 10 reconnaisance satellites 23 July 2021.
A Kuaizhou-1A rocket will launch Jilin-1-02 Gaofen-02D remote sensing satellites 31 July 2021.
Three to be determined:
A Smart Dragon 1 rocket will launch XX satellites on XX July 2021.
A XX rocket will rocket will launch XX in July 2021.
A XX rocket will rocket will launch XX in July 2021.
 

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Let me undertake your unfinished Long March.

Intense space launches for July.

A Long March 2D rocket launched five satellites including Jilin-1 Wideband from Taiyuan on 3 July 2021.
It is the 376 flight of Long March family.

Orbital launches from Chinese launch centers: 408
(Long March/Kuaizhou/Smart Dragon/Hyperbola/Ceres)
Jiuquan - 144
Xichang - 156
Taiyuan - 93
Wenchang - 13
Sea Launch- 2

Coming up next:
A Long March 4C rocket will launch Fenyuan-3E-05 weather satellites 5 July 2021.
A Long March 3B rocket will launch Tianlian-1-05 relay satellites 7 July 2021.
A Long March 6 rocket will launch Ningxia-1-02 remote sensing satellites 9 July 2021.
An iSpace Hyperbola-1 rocket will launch XX satellites 10 July 2021.
A Long March 2C rocket will launch Yaogan-30 Group 10 reconnaisance satellites 23 July 2021.
A Kuaizhou-1A rocket will launch Jilin-1-02 Gaofen-02D remote sensing satellites 31 July 2021.
Three to be determined:
A Smart Dragon 1 rocket will launch XX satellites on XX July 2021.
A XX rocket will rocket will launch XX in July 2021.
A XX rocket will rocket will launch XX in July 2021.
A Long March 4C rocket launched Fenyuan-3E-05 weather satellites from Jiuquan on 5 July 2021.
It is the 377 flight of Long March family.
9da82ba5gy1gs5r0eh43kj20u01hc1ky (1).jpg

Orbital launches from Chinese launch centers: 409
(Long March/Kuaizhou/Smart Dragon/Hyperbola/Ceres)
Jiuquan - 145
Xichang - 156
Taiyuan - 93
Wenchang - 13
Sea Launch- 2

Coming up next:
A Long March 3B rocket will launch Tianlian-1-05 relay satellites 7 July 2021.
A Long March 6 rocket will launch Ningxia-1-02 remote sensing satellites 9 July 2021.
An iSpace Hyperbola-1 rocket will launch XX satellites 10 July 2021.
A Long March 2C rocket will launch Yaogan-30 Group 10 reconnaisance satellites 23 July 2021.
A Kuaizhou-1A rocket will launch Jilin-1-02 Gaofen-02D remote sensing satellites 31 July 2021.
 

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According to hotel reservations info, the launch date of next crewed mission Shenzhou-13 is 3 Oct 2021
 

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A Long March 4C rocket launched Fenyuan-3E-05 weather satellites from Jiuquan on 5 July 2021.
It is the 377 flight of Long March family.
View attachment 98260
Orbital launches from Chinese launch centers: 409
(Long March/Kuaizhou/Smart Dragon/Hyperbola/Ceres)
Jiuquan - 145
Xichang - 156
Taiyuan - 93
Wenchang - 13
Sea Launch- 2

Coming up next:
A Long March 3B rocket will launch Tianlian-1-05 relay satellites 7 July 2021.
A Long March 6 rocket will launch Ningxia-1-02 remote sensing satellites 9 July 2021.
An iSpace Hyperbola-1 rocket will launch XX satellites 10 July 2021.
A Long March 2C rocket will launch Yaogan-30 Group 10 reconnaisance satellites 23 July 2021.
A Kuaizhou-1A rocket will launch Jilin-1-02 Gaofen-02D remote sensing satellites 31 July 2021.
 

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A Long March 4C rocket launched Fenyuan-3E-05 weather satellites from Jiuquan on 5 July 2021.
It is the 377 flight of Long March family.
View attachment 98260
Orbital launches from Chinese launch centers: 409
(Long March/Kuaizhou/Smart Dragon/Hyperbola/Ceres)
Jiuquan - 145
Xichang - 156
Taiyuan - 93
Wenchang - 13
Sea Launch- 2

Coming up next:
A Long March 3B rocket will launch Tianlian-1-05 relay satellites 7 July 2021.
A Long March 6 rocket will launch Ningxia-1-02 remote sensing satellites 9 July 2021.
An iSpace Hyperbola-1 rocket will launch XX satellites 10 July 2021.
A Long March 2C rocket will launch Yaogan-30 Group 10 reconnaisance satellites 23 July 2021.
A Kuaizhou-1A rocket will launch Jilin-1-02 Gaofen-02D remote sensing satellites 31 July 2021.
Updated July launch schedule. There could be as many as 9 launches in July.
Taiyuan-3 Long March 2D(launched), Long March 6-Ningxia-1-02, Long March 4??
Xichang-2 Long March 3C-Tianlian-1-05 relay, Zhongxing-2E telecommunication??, Long March 2C-Yaogan-30 group 10 reconnaissance
Jiuquan-4 Long March 4C-Fenyun-3E-05 weather(launched), Tianhui-1-04 SAR, Hyperbola-1,Kuaizhou-1A
 

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