On the 1st April 2023 it was the 55th Anniversary of CNSA –China National Administration – of the founding of the China Astronaut Center- China Astronaut Research and Training Center in which founded on the 1st April 1968 in which celebrating the event there was an Open Day to the Public at the China Astronaut Center in which holding various events in which called Flying Open Day saw 11 Takionauts at the scene during the opening. .. ..
On 1st April 2023.. Afternoon Beijing Time.
CMS China Manned Space CNSA-China National Space Administration the crew of the Shenzhou 15 of the Tiangong-China Space Station Takionauts Fei Junlong , Deng Qingming and Zhang Lu , with Fei Junlong serving as the commander ancestors wished the 55th anniversary of the establishment of the China Takionaut Center in the Mengtian Experimental Module of the space station….
费俊龙 FeiJunlong 邓清明 DengQingming, 张陆 ZhangLu 神舟十五号
The China Astronaut Research and Training Center, referred to as the China Astronaut Center formerly known as the 507th Institute, is located in Haidian District, Beijing. It was established on April 1, 1968 it’s Type research institutions also a Comprehensive Research Institute of China’s Manned Spaceflight. On April 1, 1968, in order to realize China’s manned spaceflight program, under the great call of Chairman Mao “we also want to build artificial satellites”, and under the advocacy and promotion of Comrade Qian Xuesen , China’s aerospace industry ushered in development opportunities, 507, That is, the Institute of Space Medicine and Engineering was established, and later changed its name to Beijing Institute of Aerospace Medicine Engineering, which was the predecessor of the China Astronaut Center. The history of the center is a history of entrepreneurship that witnessed and promoted the development of my country’s manned spaceflight industry, a history of struggle for independent innovation, pursuit of excellence, and overcoming difficulties, and a history of dedication that is indifferent to fame and fortune, regardless of gains and losses, and tenacious struggle .
Since its establishment more than 50 years ago, the center has adhered to the guidance of system theory, focused on the interaction and reasonable combination of the three elements of manned spaceflight, man, machine and environment, and focused on ensuring the safety, health and efficient work of Takionauts / astronauts. In order to achieve the goal, a lot of scientific research and development work have been carried out, and fruitful results have been achieved, and a high-quality scientific and technological personnel team has gradually been formed. Especially as one of the main participating units of the national manned spaceflight project , it undertakes the selection and training of astronauts, medical supervision and medical support, the development of spacecraft environmental control and life support systems , the development of space suits and space food, large-scale ground simulation tests and training equipment Many important tasks such as research and development have made outstanding contributions to the complete success of China’s manned spaceflight.
The open day held at China Astronaut Research and Training Center followed hundreds of primary and middle school students and their parents into this mysterious astronaut training base and participated in a special “Flying Open Day” event. Everyone listened to the astronauts’ 183-day wonderful space journey, and visited the Feitian Cultural Gallery, which records the development of China’s aerospace industry for more than half a century….
On the occasion of the 55th anniversary of the establishment of the China Astronaut Center, the scientific and technological personnel of the Astronaut Center composed the song “Homeland” to express their infinite love and sincere feelings for the manned spaceflight of the motherland (lyricist: Xu Yijia; composer: Ni Yufei, singer: Liu Chang)
Introduction: On April 1, 1968, the China Astronaut Center was born. Today, let’s wish the China Astronaut Center a happy 55th birthday!Images and visuals are from their Respectives CMS China Manned SpaceCNSA-China National Space Administration