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China has successfully launched a reusable pilot spacecraft. On Friday, China successfully launched a reusable pilot spacecraft using a Long March-2F launch vehicle, state media CCTV reported.

The unidentified spacecraft, which was launched from China’s Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center, will return to its planned landing site after spending some time in orbit to undergo a technical inspection for reuse, CCTV reported.

China said it had taken a major step in the development of reusable space transport technology by launching a spacecraft that returned to Earth on the same day after a flight to the edge of the atmosphere in July.

China has launched its largest-ever military exercises around Taiwan, launching ballistic missiles and deploying dozens of fighter jets and warships in response to a visit to the self-ruled island by the speaker of the US House of Representatives. Nancy Pelosi.

Beijing called Pelosi’s trip to Taiwan, which it views as Chinese territory, a “dangerous, reckless and irresponsible provocation” by the United States against China. It said the ongoing military drills, which began on Thursday and will continue until Sunday, are aimed at demonstrating its determination to defend its “sovereignty and territorial integrity”.

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The drills have raised tensions in the region, with Japan saying several missiles fired by Chinese forces landed in its exclusive economic zone (EEZ), while the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) warned the situation threatened “a miscalculation, a serious confrontation, an open confrontation”. conflicts and unforeseen consequences between great powers”.

Meanwhile, Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen issued a statement late Thursday calling on the international community to help end China’s “unilateral and irrational military actions.” She also said that Taiwan will not provoke conflicts, but will firmly protect its sovereignty and national security.

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