Saturday, April 9, 2011

Asia Space Program

50 years since the first human flight into space, countries in Asia such as China, Japan and India have started ambitious space program. China in 2003 succeeded in becoming the third country in the world to fly humans into space after the U.S. and Russia, now the world's attention to the space program seems to start directed to Asia.

In October 2010, China successfully launched the Chang'e moon satellite 2, which is an important step in the development of Chinese astronomy world. Bamboo Curtain country is also planning to build a station outside angkasanya own. "Today our country there is no plan to land a man on the moon, may also not be realized before 2020," said Wu Weiren, Chief Designer of the Chang'e project 2.

China space program was first launched in the early era of the 90s. Since then the program has increased rapidly. If China shut down the country for cooperation with other countries for their space program, unlike the case with India. "India is very different from China to the outside angkasanya program. The Beijing very close themselves from outsiders," said Isabelle Sourbes-Verger, a French expert, in response to China's space program.

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