Red dragon in space? (Insider Report)."China is in the final stages of grooming 14 fighter pilots for their debuts as the country's first astronauts," reported Reuters news service on May 2 1st. In April, an unmanned Chinese spacecraft called the Shenzou ("Divine Vessel") III landed in Mongolia after completing 108 orbits. Chinese space officials have reportedly completed feasibility studies for a lunar mission.
"Theoretically speaking, China is ready to explore the moon," claims Ouyang Ziyuan Ouyang Ziyuan (Chinese: 欧阳自远; Pinyin: Ōuyáng Zìyuǎn) , born in 1935, Ji'an, Jiangxi Province, People's Republic of China, is a cosmochemist and geochemist, Research , chief scientist for the fledgling Chinese lunar program. "China is expected to complete its first exploration of the moon in 2010 and will establish a base on the moon as we did in the South Pole South Pole, southern end of the earth's axis, lat. 90° S. It is distinguished from the south magnetic pole. The South Pole was reached by Roald Amundsen, a Norwegian explorer, in 1911. See Antarctica. and the North Pole North Pole, northern end of the earth's axis, lat. 90°N. It is distinguished from the north magnetic pole. U.S. explorer Robert E. Peary is traditionally credited as being the first to reach (1909) the North Pole. In 1926, Richard E. ." Beijing entertains even grander ambitions. According to according to
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3. a May 20th AFP (1) (AppleTalk Filing Protocol) The file sharing protocol used in an AppleTalk network. In order for non-Apple networks to access data in an AppleShare server, their protocols must translate into the AFP language. See file sharing protocol. report, Beijing claims its scientists are "developing a new family of rockets that supposedly could send explorers to Mars."
While Beijing's announced space agenda is largely propaganda, the U.S. missile technology the Communist regime purchased by bribing Bill Clinton has boosted their aerospace sector.