During its month-long space mission, Chinese scientists have opened up the Shenzhou-11 re-entry module in front of a crowd of media representatives. It was found that astronauts Jing Haipeng and Chen Dong carried out a series of experiments which marked China's longest-ever manned space mission. At about 1:59 pm Friday Beijing Time, reentry module of Shenzhou-11 was found to have landed safely at the designated site in central Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.
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According to reports released by Global Research, it was found that the Chinese space heroes have returned after their 30-plus-day mission has been fully completed. The Shenzhou-11 space capsule landed safely in Inner Mongolia having the two astronauts on board. As the Chinese citizens consider it, this historic event is so momentous that it has been reported to have lifted the spirit of every Chinese inhabitants.
The Chinese exploration has reportedly included certain missions like observing silkworms in making cocoons in a zero gravity environment as well as using some of the most high technological quantum devices specifically designed for the harsh conditions of outer space. Full details of the experiments conducted and their results were said to be revealed at a later date.
Furthermore, CCTV has also revealed that China's first man in space, Yang Liwei, has attended the ceremony. It was found that Liwei has spent 21 hours in orbit, which has put China on the record of being the third country after the United States and Russia to send a person into space.
On the other hand, in a span of 24 years, China has allegedly mastered three of the most important technologies in manned-mission space, namely the earth-to-orbit transportation system, extravehicular activity (EVA) and space rendezvous and docking, which is known to have given the signals that it will not be long before China realizes its goal of operating a permanent space station as well as conducting space application on a large scale.
Ultimately, Chinese scientists has highly emphasized that the space program still needs a lot of efforts in deep space exploration and application of space technologies.