China’s second space lab Tiangong-2 to be unveiled


According to the office of China's manned space program, China's second space lab Tiangong-2 is planned to be put into space between September 15 and 20. On Friday a statement from the office has also further conveyed that, the space lab was transported with its carrier rocket to the introduce pad at Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China.

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It took 90 minutes to complete the move from the assembling center to the launch pad. It has also further conveyed that, the conclusion of the transfer signals that the space lab Tiangong-2 mission has entered its unveiling stage. In July technicians finished testing on the assembling of the lab and the rocket following they had been unconnectedly transport to the launch center.

In the subsequently few days, the introduced center will carry on testing rocket and inject propellent previous to unveil. Tiangong-2, which can allow two astronauts to live in space for 30 days, is competent of receiving manned and cargo spaceships and will be used for testing systems and processes for mid-term space stays and replenish.

It will also be concerned in experiments on aerospace medicine, space sciences, on-orbit protection and space station technologies. In September 2011 China's first space lab Tiangong-1, which was launched, concluded its data service former this year. It had docked with Shenzhou-8, Shenzhou-9 and Shenzhou-10 spacecraft and undertaken a series of experiments.

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