China’s Tiangong astronauts return with vision of ‘new heights’ in space travel

Published Sep 17 2021 at 5:31 AM GMT
  • China’s returning “space heroes” emerged from their capsule and waved to the waiting cameras on Friday, touching back down on Earth after 90 days on the country’s Tiangong space station.
  • At the landing site, Commander Nie Haisheng told state broadcaster CCTV that more Chinese astronauts would follow to “set new records and reach new heights” in space travel.
  • The three astronauts, who spent a record three months on the Tiangong, landed safely, completing a milestone journey in the country’s….



  • Published Sep 17, 2021 5:31 AM GMT