22 April 2022
More than 200 space activities will be held during the 2022 edition of the Space Day of China in the coming days. Space exhibitions are open to the public, and academicians and experts will give popular-science lectures online and offline for young people. The 2022 Space Day of China aims to inspire the public to learn scientific knowledge, generate innovative ideas and carry forward the scientific spirit. Starting in 2016, China has set 24 April as its Space Day to mark the launch of the nation's 1st satellite Dongfanghong 1 into space on 24 April 1970.
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22 April 2022
On 21 April, China Remote Sensing Satellite Ground Station (RSGS) received data from the Atmospheric Environmental Monitoring Satellite launched on 16 April. The Aerospace Information Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences confirmed the receipt on 22 April.
The Miyun Station in Beijing successfully tracked and received the first-track downlink data from the satellite at 11:46 BJT on 21 April. Then, the Sanya Station in southern China successfully received data at 13:17 BJT and 14:55 BJT as planned. It took 24 min and 24 s to receive the 133 GB of satellite data, which were successfully processed.
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20 April 2022
Tianzhou 3 cargo space ship separated from the the rear docking port of the Tiangong core module on 20 April at 5:02 BJT and moved to the module's front port to complete a computer-guided rendezvous and docking at 9:06 BJT. Tianhe and TZ-3 are in good condition, waiting to dock with the TZ-4 cargo craft, the SZ-14 manned spaceship and the lab module Wentian later this year.
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19 April 2022
Welcome to another episode of the Dongfang Hour! Jean Deville explains in this episode the story behind the mysterious white fragments that fall off (some) Chinese rockets during launch. This question is asked very frequently about Chinese rockets :) If you like to support Jean and Blaine, maybe you would like to buy them a coffee
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20 April 2022
Mobile phones equipped with the BDS-3 short message communication function will soon be available in the consumer market.
In 2021, the number of China-made smartphones with BDS application support reached 324 million units, accounting for 94.5 % of the country's smartphone shipment that very year, showed statistics from the NDRC.
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17 April 2022
Kites themed on China's Tiangong space station fly in the sky to celebrate the successful return of 3 taikonauts at the Weifang International Kite Festival, in east China's Shangdong Province, on 17 April 2022. Weifang is the city of kites. The kite has several parts and a Shenzhou space craft can be guided to dock with the bigger part of the kite, representing the Tiangong space station and an astronaut performing an extravehicular spacewalk (animated with a motor). The kite has a lenght of 160 m and a team of 20 kite artists has worked on it for 2 months. The space station complex has a dimension of 6 x 3.5 m. 
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link to WeChat news story with video sequences of the kit