HELSINKI — China is making progress with a spaceport to facilitate sea-based launch activity and development of rockets, satellites and related
A number of space industry entities have formed a China commercial space alliance to help promote the country's burgeoning private space sector.
Launch firm iSpace in early June will attempt to become the first Chinese private company to place a satellite in orbit, following failed launches by two competitors.
China's space programme is set to continue its unprecedented rate of launches in 2018 with a range of government, commercial and lunar exploration missions before the end of the year.
"NASA in this new paradigm would operate more as a venture capitalist."
During initial tests of their 8.1-metre (27-foot) tall reusable rocket, Chinese ...
Yes, they look like SpaceX rocket fins.
China is one of the few countries capable of launching satellites into space, but catching up with more-advanced space powers will require it to make significant headway.