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China's longest manned space mission takes off


The three astronauts, including a woman, are expected to stay six months in the Chinese space station, still under construction.

Three astronauts, including a woman, took off Friday, October 15 (Saturday morning in China) for the Chinese space station under construction, where they are expected to stay six months, a record duration for the Asian giant, according to images broadcast live by television. public CCTV.

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Their Shenzhou-13 spacecraft was propelled overnight at 12:23 a.m. (6:23 p.m. in France Friday) by a Longue-Marche 2F rocket, from the Jiuquan launch center in the Gobi desert (northwest).

Source: lefigaro

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