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    As for me China will become a global leader in research. just look at the leap this country has done in all areas of science. Of course China has a lot of flaws and this country has made a lot of mistakes but still we should not underate it.

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    "Space skills help tackle water woes"

    http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/a/20201...d0ba82e97.html

    China Aerospace Science and Industry Corp, a State-owned defense conglomerate, is using expertise gained in the space and defense sectors to help water and environmental protection authorities prevent water pollution.

    Researchers and engineers at CASIC Smart Industry Development, a Beijing-based subsidiary that specializes in smart city solutions, have taken advantage of CASIC's satellite, system engineering, internet of things, software and sensor technology resources to design a sophisticated system to monitor and detect water pollution, with a trial program launched in Chongqing, the largest city in southwestern China.

    Bai Jiao, project manager of the Chongqing water quality forecast and early-warning program, said on Tuesday that the joint endeavor by the Chongqing Environmental Monitoring Center and CASIC Smart Industry Development started in December. Engineers have finished design work for the system's basic structure and initial functions, and expect to submit it to experts for review and approval in April, he added.
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    China claims it is testing 6G.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uz7C...ature=emb_logo

    Star Era-12, the World’s First 6G Communications Test Satellite, was launched by a Long March-6 rocket on 6 November 2020, at 03:19 UTC (11:19 local time). Star Era-12 (星时代-12) weighs 70 kilograms and was jointly developed by University of Electronic Science and Technology of China and ADASpace, a private Chinese company
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    China is using space to create high yielding crops. They started doing this on Aug 5, 1987, when China launched its first seed samples into space. Since then hundreds of varieties of space crops have been planted nationwide.

    http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/a/20201...ba93d27_1.html

    Now, modern technologies have produced quality seeds from an equally fantastic source-outer space.

    These seeds have produced a range of crops, from tomato vines that can sprawl across 150 square meters of land and bear 10,000 fruits, to giant black-eyed pea sprouts measuring nearly a meter long, according to the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corp, or CASTC.

    This progress has been achieved through space-induced mutation breeding, also known as space mutagenesis.
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    Just like in the West, Chinese universities are playing a key role in developing advanced space instruments.

    https://www.polyu.edu.hk/media/media...eturn-mission/

    Researchers at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) have developed and manufactured the “Surface Sampling and Packing System”, specifically designed for Chang’e 5, the Nation’s first lunar sample return mission. Following the successful launch of Chang’e 5 by the Long March 5 rocket today (24 November), the Surface Sampling and Packing System is scheduled to commence lunar sampling in early December.

    Joining this historic mission is the team led by Professor YUNG Kai-leung, Sir Sze-yuen Chung Professor in Precision Engineering, Chair Professor of Precision Engineering and Associate Head of Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, PolyU. Dr Robert W.M. TAM, Interim Director of PolyU’s Industrial Centre, is one of the team’s key members.
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    "Space contractor eyes 5G technology at sea"

    http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/a/20201...d0ba99770.html

    China Aerospace Science and Industry Corp, a major space contractor, is striving to use its satellite technology to enable 5G telecommunication service at sea.

    The State-owned space conglomerate conducted China's first technology demonstration tests using a low-orbiting satellite to enable 5G communication and internet-of-things services on waters off Daishan county in Zhejiang province last month.

    Engineers and crew aboard a local maritime safety bureau's patrol ship, which was sailing in waters off Daishan during the tests, made 5G-based phone calls and held video conferences with their colleagues on land, and they also used internet to check their social-networking accounts.

    The signals were transmitted through a gateway station mounted on the vessel and a low-orbit, experimental broadband communications satellite developed by CASIC.
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    "China Just Turned On Its Artificial Sun"

    https://www.popularmechanics.com/sci...usion-reactor/

    China has switched on its record-setting “artificial sun” tokamak, state media reported today. This begins a timeline China hopes will be similar to the one planned by the global International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) project.

    The HL-2M tokamak has been iterated since 2006, but today's switch-on represents the Experimental Advanced Superconducting Tokamak (EAST) team’s road to true fusion ignition after years of planning and work.

    In 2018, EAST made news when the tokamak reached 180 million degrees. In 2019, EAST pushed the boat out further and announced plans to double that temperature in 2020—reaching the tokamak's prime operating temperature of 360 million degrees. This hasn't happened yet, but there’s still time in 2020, and COVID-19 has affected all the world’s scientific progress this year. If the EAST team is a few months late, we’ll still count that as a win.
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    "China's science and technology achievements in 2020" The 1st picture in the series is Mars probe Tianwen-1

    http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/202..._139600690.htm

    In pics: China's science and technology achievements in 2020
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    "Rice seeds carried to the moon and back sprout"

    http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/a/20201...d0ba9f5cd.html

    Some of the 40 grams of rice seeds that made a round trip to the moon have sprouted and are ready for follow-up studies, according to Science Daily on Monday.

    The rice seeds traveled to the moon and returned to Earth after 23 days of flight aboard China's Chang'e 5 lunar probe. This marks the first time China conducted a deep space induced mutation breeding experiment on rice.

    The seeds were handed over to their provider, the National Engineering Research Center of Plant Space Breeding of South China Agricultural University, on Dec 23.

    China was the first country to use space technology to induce mutation breeding of crops. "Mutations are the basis of species evolution, as well as the basis of breeding of new variety," said Guo Tao, deputy director of the space breeding center.
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    "Progress in quantum network realized"

    http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/a/20210...d0baa0f39.html

    Chinese scientists have created the world's first integrated space-to-ground quantum network that can provide reliable, ultrasecure communication between more than 150 users over a total distance of 4,600 kilometers across the country, according to a study published in the journal Nature on Thursday.

    Reviewers of the study hailed the achievement as "impressive" and "futuristic", as it is the largest of its kind in the world. It also represents a major step toward building a practical, large-scale quantum internet, they added.
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    "Construction of China's first smart manufacturing plant for satellites has been completed"

    http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/a/20210...d0baa32fa.html

    CASIC Space Engineering Development, a Wuhan-based subsidiary of State-owned defense giant China Aerospace Science and Industry Corp, said on Sunday that construction of the plant, in Xinzhou district's Wuhan National Space Industry Base, and installation of its equipment were finished on Dec 30.

    Engineers and technicians have been testing and fine-tuning its apparatus since then and are expected to complete that work in March, when the facility will become ready for production, the company said.

    Zou Guangbao, general manager of CASIC Space Engineering Development, said that design and construction of the plant, the first of its kind in China, took 429 days. When it reaches full manufacturing capacity, it will be capable of making 240 small satellites a year.
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    Froom more than 60 Earth observation satellites, sent to space, China has collected reams of data. In fact over 100PB (about 100 million GB).The data was given way free or for commercial usage.

    http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/202..._139689407.htm

    China has collected around 100PB (about 100 million GB) of Earth observation data, according to the Aerospace Information Research Institute (AIR) under the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).

    The collected data resources have been used for both free and commercial usage to serve more than 300,000 users, inducing significant social and economic benefits, according to a recent report on China's Earth observation data resources development.
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    "China develops new tentacle-like robot to clear space debris"

    http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/202..._139721412.htm

    Removing trash in space will now be easier thanks to a China-developed continuum robotic arm.

    Inspired by human limbs, most robots are created with discrete links rigidly connected by joints. The continuum robot, in contrast, can move by bending through a series of continuous arcs producing motion akin to tentacles or snakes.

    Researchers from Tianjin University have developed such a robotic arm that can be used to chase down and collect debris from satellites and other space technology orbiting high above Earth.

    The robotic arm, which resembles the arm of an octopus or the trunk of an elephant, includes a central backbone made up of a superelastic metal alloy of nickel and titanium, which can revert naturally back to its original shape after being bent or deformed by outside forces. It also has a camera and a grasping claw attached to the head.
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