10 May 2022
The CZ-7 Y5 rocket, carrying Tianzhou 4, took off at 1:56 BJT from the Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site. Around 10 min later, Tianzhou 4 separated from the rocket and entered its designated orbit. At 2:23 BJT, the solar panels of the cargo craft unfolded and started working. At 8:54 BJT, Tianzhou 4 completed a automated rendezvous and docking at the rear docking port of the Tianhe core module.
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RELATED: Tianzhou-4 docks with its space station

09 May 2022
China's commercial aerospace company, Deep Blue Aerospace (DBA), completed the country's first-ever test of kilometer-level vertical takeoff and vertical landing (VTVL) for its reusable Nebula-M1 liquid rocket on 06 May, according to DBA.
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09 May 2022
In this episode of the Dongfang Hour!, Jean Deville gets into the details of how the Shenzhou spacecraft undocks from the Chinese Space Station, performs separation and atmospheric reentry, and lands on Earth. Included are lots of fun facts and cool physics!
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07 May 2022
The combination of the Tianzhou 4 cargo spacecraft and the CZ-7 Y5 carrier rocket was transferred to the launching area of the Wenchang Space Launch Centre, CMSA said on 7 May, adding that TZ-4 will be launched in the near future at an appropriate time. The facilities and equipment at the launch site are in good conditions, and various pre-launch function checks and joint tests will be carried out as planned, according to CMSA.
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RELATED: Wenchang launch site applies precision wind forecast system to ensure spacecraft-rocket roll-out 
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07 May 2022
Chinese scientists made record-breaking progress in realising quantum states transmission between 2 ground stations over 1,200 km apart via the Quantum Experiments at Space Scale (QUESS) satellite, signalling a giant step towards constructing a global quantum information processing and communication network. The experiment was led by Pan Jianwei, Professor for physics at the University of Science and Technology of China, and the related paper co-authored by Pan and his team members was published in the international journal of Physical Review Letters on 26 April. 
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link to the paper: Quantum State Transfer over 1200 km Assisted by Prior Distributed Entanglement

07 May 2022
China has released a batch of datasets from the science instruments on Chang'e-5, CNSA announced on 7 May. The payloads include a landing camera, a panoramic camera, a lunar mineralogical spectrometer and a lunar regolith penetrating radar. Public users can visit the website of China's Lunar and Planetary Data Release System (http://moon.bao.ac.cn) to obtain the datasets, CNSA stated.
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data can be downloaded at: http://moon.bao.ac.cn