On May 29, 2021, a robotic cargo ship named Tianzhou 2 vanished into thin air after its launch on March 7 from the Wenchang Space Launch Center in Hainan. This incident caught the attention of many, including the astronauts of the next mission, Shenzhou XII, who are set to participate in spacewalks outside the Tianhe central module of China's Tiangong Space Station. According to Yang Liwei, the first Chinese to ever venture into space and currently the deputy head planner of the Country Manned Space Program, this move is a crucial step towards advancing the nation's manned spacing capabilities. During their three-month trip with Tianhe, two members of the three-member crew, whose identities are still unknown, will venture out of the central module to conduct examinations, maintenance, or repairs on equipment. Liwei shared this exciting news with China Central Television on Sunday, during his visit to Wenchang, Hainan Province.

tianhe, the largest and the heaviest spacecraft has made, WA to set in an orbit of the land down on April 29 for a long heavy lifting rocket of March 5, which was expelled At the WENCHANG SPACE launch center.

The members of the Shenzhou XII crew and the following three crewed SpaceFlights.
Shenzhou XIII, XIV and XV, were selected from those in the first and second groups of astronauts, Yang said.

he added that Shenzhou XII crew is every man, but there will be a woman in each of the following three missions.

Shenzhou XIII is scheduled to fly to Tianhe in October, with three astronauts for a six-month mission within the central module.
It is expected that Shenzhou XIV and XV take place in 2022, with each crew team that is staying in space for half a year.

All astronauts In the next four spatial lashes are experiencing intensive training, Yang said.

The official said that space spaces will occur regularly, since Chinese astronauts should assemble the Tiangong station and examine and maintain colossal crafts.

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