The China Manned Space Engineering Office in the Mainland announced today (2nd) the selection of China's fourth batch of reserve astronauts. Hong Kong was included for the first time. Among them, two "loading experts" are limited to Hong Kong and Macau residents, that is, Hong Kong scientific research talents are also expected Become an astronaut.
Some students who have participated in the "Young Astronaut Experience Camp" in the past are happy. Although they do not meet the requirements for age and education, they are confident that they can meet the standards in the future. They will continue their studies now and contribute to the sustainable system in the future. My childhood dream was to be an astronaut.”
▼On October 2, the government announced the details of the recruitment of astronauts as "payload experts"▼
Looking forward to witnessing the launch of the first Hong Kong astronaut
Chase, who is studying environmental science and green management at the Hong Kong Metropolitan University, participated in the "Young Astronaut Experience Camp 2018" in middle school.
Although she did not meet the selection requirements, she said she was very happy about the opportunity for Hong Kong people to ascend into space, and hoped to witness the first Hong Kong person to become an astronaut.
Although it will be many years later, at least there are ways and opportunities for Hong Kong people to try it first.
"Little Spaceman" Cai Siya
Hope to study sustainable systems in the future to extend the time of space missions
Cai said that he has been curious about the unknown of the universe since he was a child. After participating in the "Mantong Insurance Little Astronaut Training Program" when he was a child, he was also influenced by the animation "Cosmic Brothers", and his interest in spaceflight continued to grow. Follow the latest developments in aerospace in different countries.
The subjects she is studying now have a certain relationship with aerospace. Due to the limited resources of the earth, space is even poorer. She hopes to study sustainable systems and contribute to extending the time of astronauts performing missions.
▼On October 2, a number of astronauts from the mainland filmed to promote the recruitment of Hong Kong and Macao astronauts▼
Confidence that the physical fitness and academic qualifications in the future can meet the requirements
The government announced tonight the application requirements, the age must be between 30 and 45 years old, the height of women is 160 to 175 cm (162 to 175 cm for men), and they are in good health. Doctorate degree and professional experience in a relevant professional field, not less than three years.
Cai Ziyan is diligent in exercising every day, such as fitness and sports, and believes that his physical fitness can meet the requirements and is better than his peers.
As for academic qualifications, she also plans to continue her studies after graduation and is confident that she can be promoted to a doctorate.
However, she also pointed out that she is still young, and she is not sure that she will sign up in the future.
"Everyone has childhood dreams, and I just want to be an astronaut. Will my wish come true? If I want to be 30 years old, I am qualified, and I don't have the courage to challenge."
Chief Executive Li Jiachao chatted with three former students of the "Young Astronaut Experience Camp" of the Hong Kong Space Museum, including Cai Siya (second from left), when attending the 73rd National Day Gala on the evening of October 1.
(Li Jiachao Facebook)
The mainland aerospace talents are all top-notch, and the difficulty is reasonable
When asked whether the registration requirements are difficult, Cai Siya said based on her experience in the past experience camps and exchanges with astronauts that the mainland aerospace talents are all top talents, otherwise it will be difficult to work in the satellite launch center, and she believes that the government's requirements are reasonable.
She also pointed out that after being selected as mainland astronauts, they still need to continue their studies to attract knowledge. She believes that requirements such as doctoral students reflect the applicant's self-learning ability and the identity of a scientist.
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