In 2003, China became the third country to send an astronaut into orbit on its own after the Soviet Union and the United States.
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Unknown titlender and a robot rover to search for water. China’s space program has proceeded more cautiously than the U.S.-Soviet space race of the 1960s, which was marked by fatalities and launch failures. <span>In 2003, China became the third country to send an astronaut into orbit on its own after the Soviet Union and the United States. The latest flight includes collaboration with the European Space Agency, which is helping to monitor the mission. Amid concerns over the Chinese space program’s secrecy and close milita
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