NASA chief criticizes China for uncontrolled rocket re-entry
Large Chinese rocket tumbling toward toward unguided re-entry this weekend
Assembly of Chinese space station begins with successful core module launch
First element of Chinese space station ready for liftoff
The core module of China’s space station is packaged inside the nose cone of a heavy-lift Long March 5B rocket for liftoff late Wednesday (U.S. time), the first of 11 launches to deliver astronauts, supplies, experiments, and new laboratory modules to build out the orbiting complex before the end of 2022.
Chinese space station testbed ends mission with controlled re-entry
China set to deorbit disused Tiangong 2 space lab
Chinese space lab burns up on re-entry over Pacific Ocean
Chinese space station freighter concludes refueling demo mission
China’s Tianzhou 1 freighter, a pathfinder for regular resupply and refueling trips to the country’s planned space station, wrapped up a series of successful propellant transfer tests with the orbiting Tiangong 2 space lab Saturday and detached from the module for more standalone experiments and a destructive re-entry into Earth’s atmosphere.