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On the accordance of CNSA –China National Space Administration CMS China Manned Space office Press office announcement on 28th November 2022 Nine Hong Kong SAR –Beijing Time at the Wentian Pavilion Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center, Inner Mongolia, China – People’s Republic of China. Announced the launch date timing of the Chang Zheng – Long March 2F –Y15 Manned Carrier Rocket  is 29th November 2022 at 2308 Hours Hong Kong SAR- Beijing Time..

神舟十五号Shenzhou 15 crew mission to the six month stay on the CNSA-  Tiangong- China Space Station … one is a veteran Takionaut is  Commander费俊龙 FeiJunlong among with two new second generation of new Takionauts邓清明 DengQingming,  张陆#ZhangLu… on the T shape China Space Station …  In joining with the Shenzhou 14 Crew in which finalisation of the completion of the China Space Station. Also handing over from Shenzhou 14 to 15…

On the 29th November 2022 2308 Hong Kong SAR- Beijing Time CNSA –China National Space Administration launching from Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center – Inner Mongolia –China – People’s Republic of China launching the advance modified Chang Zheng – Long March 2F Manned Carrier Rocket the  神舟十五号Shenzhou 15 Crew in which will be joining with the fellow Takionauts Comrades of神舟十四号Shenzhou 14 crew whom are presently up there in finalisation of the Construction of the Tiangong –China Space Station….

Shenzhou 15 Takionauts crew are in place on the Vertical Finally going to fly to realize the dream Fei Junlong, Deng Qingming, and Zhang Lu are currently in a relaxed state, with smiles on their faces, and they are entering the orbital module of the 神初十五 Shenzhou 15 Command Module…

The Chang Zheng – Long March 2F Y15 Shenzhou 15 successfully launched At 23:08 Hong Kong SAR – Beijing Time  on November 29, 2022 Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center, the Shenzhou 15 manned spacecraft was successfully launched! Let us witness this great moment together…

At 23:08 on November 29, 2022, Hong Kong SAR – Beijing time, the Long March 2F Yao 15 carrier rocket carrying the 神舟五十五  manned spacecraft was at the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center After ignition and launch, about 10 minutes later, the Shenzhou 15 manned spacecraft was successfully separated from the rocket and entered the predetermined orbit. The crew of the Takionauts was in good condition, and the launch was a complete success.

After the spacecraft enters orbit, it will conduct autonomous and fast rendezvous and docking with the space station assembly according to the predetermined procedures, and the crew of Shenzhou 15 and the Takionauts crew of Shenzhou 14 will perform on-orbit rotation. During the working and living period of the space station, the crew of astronauts will carry out multiple out-of-cabin activities to complete various tasks such as installation, commissioning, maintenance and repair of equipment inside and outside the cabin, assembly management, and space science and technology experiments (tests).

This is the 27th mission since the establishment of my country’s manned spaceflight project, and it is also the fourth manned mission after entering the space station stage. The success of this launch marks the successful completion of all 12 launch missions planned for the key technology verification and construction stages of the space station. Since the launch of the Tianhe core module at the end of April 2021, the whole line of the project has fully carried forward the advantages of the new national system and vigorously promoted the “four special” manned spaceflight spirit. It has always insisted on careful preparation, careful organization and careful implementation. In one month, we have successfully organized 3 space station cabins, 4 manned spacecraft and 4 cargo spacecraft launches at the Wenchang and Jiuquan launch sites. The shortest interval between two missions at the same launch site is only 12 days. The 30-year-old manned spaceflight project, with its excellent record of successive victories and complete missions, has run out of the “acceleration” of China’s spaceflight on the new journey of exploring the vast universe.

At present, the space station assembly has entered the docking orbit and is in good working condition, meeting the requirements for rendezvous and docking with the Shenzhou 15 manned spacecraft and Takionauts stationed there….

The Command Module Shenzhou 15 manned spacecraft and Tiangong- China space station assembly completes autonomous rapid rendezvous and docking Shenzhou 14 Takionaut crew is ready to welcome Shenzhou 15 Takionaut crew to station…. After Shenzhou 15 manned spacecraft enters orbit, at 5:42 on November 30, 2022,   Hong Kong SAR- Beijing time, it was successfully docked at the forward port of the Tianhe core module of the space station. The entire docking process lasted about 6.5 hours.

According to the mission plan, the three astronauts will then enter the Tianhe core module from the Shenzhou 15 manned spacecraft. The crew of Shenzhou 14 has made preparations for the arrival of the crew of Shenzhou 15. This is also the first time that Chinese Takionaut s welcome a manned spacecraft at the space station…

The Epic-level scene After the manned spacecraft and the space station combination successfully achieved autonomous rapid rendezvous and docking, 神舟十五 The Takionaut crew entered the orbital module from the spacecraft return module. After completing all preparations, at 7:33 on November 30, 2022, Hong Kong SAR- Beijing time, the long-awaited crew of Shenzhou 14 Takionauts successfully opened the “home” and warmly welcomed relatives from afar to settle in the “Tiangong”. Afterwards, the two astronauts of the “Victory Reunion” took a group photo together in the Chinese “space homeland” that is enough to be recorded in history.

Subsequently, the two astronaut crews will perform their first on-orbit rotation on the space station. During this period, the six Takionauts will work and live on the space station together for about 5 days to complete various scheduled tasks and handover work…

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