China: November 2006 Archives

Court extends detention of Russian space firm chief, RIA Novosti

"Analysts say Russian technology may have formed the basis of China's manned space program, with two successful orbital missions carried out to date."

Editor's note: DUH - have you folks ever looked closely at a Shenzhou? It sure wasn't copied from Apollo.

Russia, China Plan Joint Space Projects, AP

"We have switched from cooperating on technological elements and devices to developing big scientific projects in space research," Yuri Nosenko, a deputy head of Russia's Federal Space Agency, told reporters in a televised hookup from Beijing, where he and other officials were attending a Russian national exhibition. He said the space-related contracts Russian companies had signed with China were worth tens of millions of dollars."


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