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China Space Achievement Exhibition

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The China Aerospace Achievement Exhibition to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China was held in Changsha between April 23 and 29. 
 
The exhibition displays exhibits such as valuable space cultural relics and simulation models, and technologies and products of commercial space industry which is at the middle and lower reaches of space industry chain.
 
Add.: at the intersection of Snayi Avenue and Huizhan Road, Kaifu District, Changsha
 
The China Aerospace Achievement Exhibition – Celebrating the 70th Anniversary of the Founding of the People’s Republic of China, opens at the Hunan International Convention and Exhibition Center. (Photo/Liu Yang)
 
The China Aerospace Achievement Exhibition – Celebrating the 70th Anniversary of the Founding of the People’s Republic of China, opened on April 23 and will last until April 29, 2019. 
 
The exhibits include: 
 
Shenzhou-11 re-entry module, Shenzhou spaceship parachute, spacesuit for extravehicular activity (EVA), and models of Chang’e-4 lander, and Yutu-2 moon rover.
 
 Changzheng (CZ)-2 simulation launching, and some interactive displays based on VR and AR technology, enable the visitors to experience China aerospace development. 
 
The exhibition is composed of aerospace photography exhibition, scientific popularization, aerospace achievement exhibition, and aerospace industrial enterprise exhibition. The exhibition area reached 11,000 sqm. 
 
The area for scientific popularization is 4,000 sqm. There are Shenzhou-11 re-entry module, Shenzhou spaceship parachute, spacesuit for extravehicular activity (EVA), and models of Chang’e-4 lander, Yutu-2 moon rover, and Queqiao relay satellite. A total of 61 exhibits of six categories, together with panels and interactive exhibits, are on display. Visitors can watch a simulation launching of Changzheng-2F rocket, and try their hands at the interactive displays. 
 
The exhibition is guided by the China National Space Administration (CNSA), and China Association for Science and Technology, and organized by the Chinese Society of Astronautics, and China Space Foundation. It is open to the public free of charge. Visitors can get free admissions with valid identity documents. 
 
A 1:1 scale model of the Dongfanghong-1 satellite. (Photo/Liu Yang) 
 
 
Shenzhou ⅩⅠ Re-entry Module (Photo/Liu Yang) 
 
 
A spacesuit for extravehicular activity (EVA) (Photo/Liu Yang) 
 
 
A 1:2 scale model of docking of Tiangong-2 and Tianzhou-1 spacecrafts. (Photo/Liu Yang) 
 
 
A 1:3 scale Gaofen-6 satellite model of the high-definition earth observation project. (Photo/Liu Yang) 
 
 
Dongfanghong-5 satellite model. (Photo/Liu Yang) 
 
 
Beidou navigation satellite system. (Photo/Liu Yang) 
 
 
Yutu-2 moon rover model. (Photo/Liu Yang) 
 
 
Models of Kuaizhou series of rockets. (Photo/Liu Yang) 
 
This article is from Hunan Provincial Government. www.enghunan.gov.cn.
 
Translator: Pang Yuehui
 
Chinese source: hn.xinhuanet.com