At 8:11 on October 31st, Beijing time, the re-entry module of the Shenzhou-16 manned spacecraft successfully landed at the Dongfeng landing site.
According to the announcement from the China Manned Space Engineering Office, Shenzhou-17 is scheduled to launch at 11:14 am on October 26th.
May 30, 2023, China's Shenzhou-16 spacecraft, was launched today (May 30) at 9:31 am. The mission is led by astronauts Jing Haipeng, Zhu Yangzhu, and Gui Haichao.
On May 22nd, the Long March 2F Y16 rocket carrying the Shenzhou-16 manned spacecraft mission was transported vertically to the launch area at Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center, China.
On May 12th, the crew of Shenzhou-15 spacecraft opened the hatch of Tianzhou-6 cargo spacecraft and carried out related work such as cargo transfer according to plan.
At 20:09 on December 4, Beijing time, the Shenzhou-14 crew finished their 183-day mission in space, returning safely to the earth's surface. A third batch of experimental samples carried by the return capsule successfully arrived at a space technology center in Beijing in the early hours of December 5.
At 23:08 on November 29, China Standard Time, a Long March 2F carrier rocket holding the Shenzhou-15 manned spacecraft was ignited and dispatched from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center.
China's Shenzhou-15 crewed spacecraft mission will launch at 23:08 on November 29, which will wrap up the last stage of China's space station construction and kick off the first stage of its application and development.
At 0:33 on September 2, after about six hours of extravehicular activities, Shenzhou-14 astronauts Chen Dong, Liu Yang and Cai Xuzhe completed all scheduled tasks during extravehicular activities.
The Shenzhou-14 crewed spaceship and an attached Long March-2F carrier rocket have been transferred to the launching area, according to China Manned Space Agency (CMSA).
The China Manned Space Agency announced on April 16 that the Shenzhou-13 return capsule had completed touchdown at the Dongfeng landing site in the Gobi Desert, northern China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.
The three Shenzhou-13 astronauts aboard China's space station will return to Earth soon after a national-record six-month mission in orbit, the China Manned Space Engineering Office (CMSEO) said on Thursday.
Astronauts aboard China's space station will give another class in the coming days, the China Manned Space Engineering Office (CMSEO) announced on Tuesday.
China's manned space station project is planned to enter the construction stage later this year, with several key accomplishments set for completion.
Taikonauts on China's Shenzhou-13 space mission have completed second extravehicular activities (EVAs), the China Manned Space Agency said in the early hours of Monday morning.
By 1:16 a.m. Monday, Beijing time, spacewalking Shenzhou-13 members Zhai Zhigang and Wang Yaping had completed their extravehicular activities (EVAs) and returned to the space station core module Tianhe.
A press conference on China's Shenzhou-13 spaceflight mission was held at the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center on Thursday afternoon, unveiling information about the crew for this space station mission.
The return capsule of the country's Shenzhou 12 manned spacecraft had landed smoothly at the Dongfeng Landing Site, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.
On July 4th, after about 7 hours, Shenzhou-12 taikonauts worked closely together and successfully completed all the scheduled tasks during their extravehicular activities.
A Long March-2F rocket, carrying the Shenzhou-12 manned spacecraft was launched on Thursday morning from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China, according to the China Manned Space Agency (CMSA).