Beijing, July 17 (Xinhua)-The following is a summary of science and technology news released in China.
The reusable ballistic airship made a stable landing at the Alshire League airport in Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region in northern China during a flight demonstration and verification project on Friday.
At the beginning of Friday, the carrier was launched from the Kyusen Satellite Launch Center in the Gobi Desert in northwestern China. Its first flight mission was a complete success.
Developed by China Aerospace Science and Technology Corp., the reusable ballistic carrier can be used in the space transportation system.
The research group left Gansu Province in northwestern China on Thursday for a scientific expedition on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau.
A month-long study focusing on “land-atmospheric interactions and their impact on climate” is part of China’s second comprehensive scientific expedition on the plateau. Address multiple tasks related to regional climate change, such as land-atmospheric interactions, setting up geographic information databases, and creating 3D models.
More than 100 researchers from 18 research institutes, universities and universities will travel about 6,600 km in northwestern Gansu, Qinghai and southwestern Tibet.
Unmanned aerial vehicle
The Hunan International General Aviation Industry Expo was held on Friday in Hunan Province, central China, with a focus on introducing the booming drone industry.
Yin Shijun, Chief Engineer of the Civil Aviation Administration of China, said the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) has accelerated since 2018, revitalizing the development of general aviation.
According to Yin, the total flight time of drones in China over the last three years has exceeded 4 million hours, an average increase of 40% per year.
Summary of China’s Science and Technology News-July 17
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