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China Cargo Spaceship, the Unmanned Tianzhou 1, Takes Off

Newsmax Thursday, 20 April 2017
China's first unmanned cargo spaceship took off Thursday night, moving the country closer to their goal of having "an operational space station by 2020."
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News video: One small step… China launches first cargo spacecraft

One small step… China launches first cargo spacecraft 00:45

China has taken another step forward in its space programme with the launch of its first cargo spacecraft. Its hoped it will provide an “important technological basis” for the construction of a permanently-manned space station by 2022, state media report. President Xi Jinping says the advancement...

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