The Chinese space program, which has roots in antiquity, is now a major player in the worldwide space exploration effort.
Not content with landing a spacecraft on the far side of the moon, China now wants to build a space base up there. In a public statement, the.
Chinese space startup iSpace, also known as Starcraft Glory, made history on Thursday with the successful launch of its SQX-1 Y1 rocket. The launch sent two satellites and payloads into a kilometer circular orbit and was the first time a private Chinese company put a satellite.