On Thursday, China successfully launched a three man astronaut into space, one of whom will carry out China's first space walk, the most challenging space mission in China since the Shenzhou spacecraft first sent a man into space. The Shenzhou spacecraft is China's third manned flight. Shortly after the afternoon of Greenwich mean time, the Shenzhou spacecraft was launched from the long march 2F rocket into the sky in Northwest China.
An astronaut's spacewalk is expected to take place on Friday or Saturday, and is expected to last three to four days. Almost all of the spacewalk, officially known as extravehicular activities (EVA), is expected to help China China's first orbital docking station will be established in a few years.
On the afternoon of September 13, an astronaut will walk outside the capsule. Gu Yidong, commander in chief of China's manned space engineering and chief designer of spacecraft application system, explained to the media on September 13. Earlier in September, several portals reported that Shenzhou-7 astronauts would be in: - the day after the launch, they said that if Shenzhou-7 was launched on: June, astronauts would Leave the capsule on June.
However, Gu corrected these reports, explaining that the spacewalk would begin the day after the orbit was realized. If the launch was in September, the spacecraft would go into orbit and the astronauts would walk in the afternoon. Experts say the spacecraft will climb to a height of one kilometer and enter outer space, but the astronaut will be protected by a special seat.
It will take him some time to adapt to the environment, and if he leaves the capsule too early, he may feel nausea, vomiting or other discomfort. Six astronauts - three confirmed Shenzhou-7 team members Zhai Zhigang, Liu Boming and Jing Haipeng, together with their support - were transferred to Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in Northwest China's Gansu Province in September. One of the three astronauts on Shenzhou-7 will step out of the space capsule for a historic spacewalk, which will be broadcast live.
On Thursday, China successfully launched a three person group into space, one of whom will carry out China's first space walk, the most challenging mission since the Shenzhou spacecraft first sent people into space. This is the third manned flight in China. In the sunny night sky in Northwest China, the Long March 2 F rocket launched and lifted up.
One of the astronauts will walk in space It is expected to be carried out on Friday or Saturday, and will last for 3 to 4 days, almost all of which are used for space walk, officially called extravehicular activities (EVA), and it is expected to help China master the technology of docking two orbiters, so as to establish EVA, the first China orbit space station, which will be built in the next few years, the two astronauts in space suits for Shengzhou space walk will be on the whole mission One of the astronauts will wear a Chinese made suit and another will wear ZhaiZhiGang, a Russian pilot who failed the previous two manned missions, and is praised by the official New China society as the main astronaut for space walking. It is expected to last about a few minutes "We are all honored to be able to complete this mission and we have been fully prepared to meet the challenge," Zhai said.