On 24 July, China will launch the second of three modules to its house station, with the rocket taking off from Hainan Island, positioned southwest of Hong Kong, at round 2pm native time



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21 July 2022

China's space station module Wentian and a Long March-5B Y3 carrier rocket at the launching area of the Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site on 18 July 2022 in Wenchang, Hainan Province of China

China’s house station module Wentian and a Lengthy March-5B Y3 provider rocket on the launching space of the Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Website on 18 July 2022 in Wenchang, Hainan Province of China

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China will launch the second module of its Tiangong house station on 24 July. It is going to be the primary laboratory module to be added to the house station, after the 16-metre-long core module Tianhe launched in April 2021.

The most recent module, referred to as Wentian or “Quest for the Heavens”, will launch on a Lengthy March-5B Y3 rocket from …

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