Shenzhou

(from the article `Physical Sciences`) ...human spaceflight. Given the deliberate pace at which China was developing its program, however, the likelihood of such a venture in the near term ... China continued its manned space program with its second manned mission, Shenzhou 6, which carried two taikonauts (astronauts). The first manned ...
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Shenzhou

China's manned spacecraft; its name means 'Divine Vessel.' Shenzhou is similar to Russia's Soyuz and was developed with assistance from Russian space experts. Like Soyuz, Shenzhou consists of a descent module containing the main crew cabin, a service module containing the craft's retrorockets, and a...
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Shenzhou

[spacecraft] Shenzhou ({zh|c=神舟 |p=Shén Zhōu}) is a spacecraft developed and operated by the People`s Republic of China to support its manned spaceflight program. The name is variously translated as `Divine Craft`, `Divine Vessel of God`, `Magic Boat` or similar and is also homophonous with an ancient name for China (written 神州; m...
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