China sends astronauts to 'Celestial Palace' in historic mission

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HISTORY: The Shenzhou-15 or Divine Vessel spacecraft and its three passengers took off from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center at 11:08 p.m. on a Long March-2F rocket. (1508 GMT) on Tuesday in temperatures below freezing in northwest China's Gobi Desert, state television said.
Shenzhou-15 was the last of 11 missions, including three previous manned missions, that began in April 2021 to assemble the "Celestial Palace," as the multi-module station is known in Chinese.
The trio will take over from the Shenzhou 14 crew that arrived in early June. The previous crew members are expected to return to Earth in early December after a week-long handover that will also demonstrate the station's ability to temporarily accommodate six astronauts, another record for China's space program.
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The space outpost took on its current "T" shape in November with the arrival of the last of three cylindrical modules.
The station has a projected lifespan of at least a decade, with resident astronauts expected to conduct over 1,000 scientific experiments — from studying how plants adapt to space to how fluids behave in microgravity.
The Celestial Palace was the culmination of nearly two decades of Chinese manned space missions. China's manned spaceflights began in 2003 when a former fighter pilot, Yang Liwei, was sent into orbit in a small bronze-colored capsule, the Shenzhou-5, becoming China's first human in space and an instant hero, hailed by millions back home became.
The space station has also been a symbol of China's growing influence and confidence in its space efforts, and a challenger to the United States in this area after being isolated from the NASA-run ISS and barred from any cooperation, direct or indirect, by US law . with the US space agency.
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The Shenzhou-15 mission, during which its crew will live and work on the space station for six months, also offered the nation a rare moment to celebrate, at a time of widespread dissatisfaction with China's stifling zero-COVID policy while its economy hits the brakes amid uncertainties at home and abroad.
"Long live the fatherland!" Many Chinese netizens wrote on social media.

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