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expatter Post time: 2012-6-16 20:14
Well done .....................      

I see that the US have rejected China's offer to ...

can't think of any reason why they should do so. Isn't it in the best interests of all space nations to do this?

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Post time 2012-6-17 10:16:21 |Display all floors
LOL.

Did you see the news on TV where they showed "real live footage" from inside the rocket when they were taking off?

You have astronauts, who when supposedly experiencing forces of up to 8G, calmly flipping through notebooks/papers ... when they should have been shaking rather forcefully.

"REAL". "LIVE". "FOOTAGE".

Honestly, you couldn't make this zhit up. Unless it is CCTV of course!

And before you all jump on my bones - I got this from Chinese posters on weibo.



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exportedkiwi Post time: 2012-6-17 07:33
can't think of any reason why they should do so. Isn't it in the best interests of all space natio ...

As I understand it China offered to join the ISS programme already participated in by several nations, but the US was against it as it didn't want to risk sharing any technology with China .............

So China started its own smaller version ..............



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