China on Thursday postponed delivery to its new space station due to unspecified technical reasons.
Tianzhou – 2 cargo spacecraft.
The Tianzhou-2 cargo spacecraft is expected to launch early Thursday morning. Announce location delays in China on its website, but did not say when the rescheduled release will take place.
According to the news agency Xinhua, the Chinese manned space agency did not provide any details on the cause, and only said that the timing of a new launch would be “determined later”.
This information was given a few days after the launch of the rover on Mars, as China is advancing with its supernatural aspirations.
China’s ambitious project.
China has invested billions in its space program, ambitious projects in Earth orbit, and unmanned craft landing on the moon and Mars, to create its own identities like Russia and the United States.
This is the first mission of the primary Tian space station division, which was launched on April 29.
The other 10 launch sites are planned to distribute the other two units of the station, various components, materials, and a team of three.
NASA Director Senator Bill Nelson said at the time that China had failed to meet responsible standards for space debris.
The Chinese space program has suffered some setbacks since an astronaut was first put into orbit in 2003, although the launch of the space station was delayed due to a large-scale failure of the older version of the rocket. Long March 5B rocket.
Earlier this month, China launched an investigation and began sending images from the surface of the Red Planet along with the spacecraft on the surface of Mars.
The United States is the only country to successfully land a spacecraft on Mars – nine times, starting with the Twin Vikings in 1976 and most recently in February by the Steadfast rover.
China has recently returned samples from such a prototype moon to any country’s space program since the 1970s, and has landed a probe and vehicle far from the moon.
Earlier, China launched two small test space stations.
He has been exempted from the US insistence on the International Space Station, which is concerned about the secrecy surrounding China’s space program and its close military ties.
Despite this, China has entered into increasingly close cooperation in space with various European countries and other countries.