Created […] China recollects first satellite stories after entering space for 50 years Beijing (XNA) Apr 28, 2020 The Space Day of China, which falls on April 24, is more special this year, as it marks the 50th anniversary of the successful launch of Dongfanghong-1, the country's first man-made satellite. This is a list of government agencies engaged in activities related to outer space and space exploration.. As of 2018, 72 different government space agencies are in existence; 14 of those have launch capability. In 2003, Yang Liwei made history as the first Chinese astronaut to travel into space. China National Space Administration (CNSA), Chinese government organization founded in 1993 to manage national space activities. China’s space program continues to mature rapidly, the report says. The chief executive China launches new rocket into space as it steps up Moon landing plans Space agency tests design that is billed to replace current Shenzhou module, a … China's space program began in the 1950s, partly as a reaction to fears that the U.S. and Soviet Union would soon be lofting weapons into space. The China National Space Administration was established in 1988. China’s space agency conducted some experiments and took a lot of really awesome photos of the landscape. NASA and European Space Agency (ESA) pollution monitoring satellites have detected significant decreases in nitrogen dioxide (NO 2) over China.There is evidence that the change is at least partly related to the economic slowdown following the outbreak of coronavirus. Satellite images released by NASA and the European Space Agency reveal that air pollution over China has gone down since the coronavirus outbreak. China's space agency on Friday unveiled the name of its first Mars exploration mission, coinciding with China's annual Space Day and the 50th anniversary of the launch of its first satellite.

A delegation from China Great Wall Industry Corporation (CGWIC) yesterday visited the premises of the Department of Space Sciences and Applied Research (DCEPA) of the Angola National Space Program Management Office (GGPEN) to find out and learn about the work of the department, with the aim of identifying partnerships regarding space industry and technology. It has built an expansive ground support infrastructure to support a growing on-orbit fleet. The organization is composed of four departments: General Planning; System Engineering; Science, Technology, and Quality Control; and Foreign Affairs.