Chinese space station core module Tianhe is getting pre-launch tests and the Long March 5B launch vehicle undergoing integration.
The full space station will be 5 times smaller than the International Space Station and about the same size as the old Russian Mir.
Chinese space station core module Tianhe undergoing pre-launch testing. Long March 5B launch vehicle undergoing integration. pic.twitter.com/oB3azC95wi
— SpaceRef China (@ChinaInSpace) April 24, 2019
SOURCES: SpaceRef China Twitter, Wikipedia, Star Malaysia
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