Looking thru older screen captures from videos released by the Chinese Space Agency CNSA, reveals that we have had images of the yet to be launched backup to the Tianzhou-1 cargo ship (Tianzhou-2) for some time.
With the new revelation that the Chinese Space Agency (CNSA) has built not one but two #Tianhe (Mir like) Space Station core modules, one of two possibilities presents themselves. 1) One is simply a backup. 2) There is an intention to mate them together as seen in this graphic.
Just want to put this out there. My prediction based on images within the recently released Chinese Space Agency video. I believe the Chinese will soon launch #Shenzhou12 and #Tiangong3 (based on Tiangong-1&2), duplicating their last manned mission of #Shenzhou11 & #Tiangong2 .
Trying to learn something about the rockets the Chinese National Space Agency uses, so I type “CNSA boosters” into search. It asks me “Did you mean NCAA boosters?” Whereupon it would have shown me a picture of Duke’s alumni donors.
China's space agency has successfully landed a rover on the far side of the moon, Chinese state media announced