China successfully launched its first unmanned cargo spacecraft Tianzhou-1 into space. The spacecraft can carry 6 tonnes of goods and 2 tons of fuel into orbit. Tomorrow it will dock with "Tiangong-2" laboratory, where in October last year, two astronauts spent a month.
Thus, China is now one step closer to its goal of establishing a permanently manned space station by 2022. The launch of the rocket carrier Long March-7 Y2 was broadcast live on local TV channels.
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