Shenzhou-10 undocks and redocks with Tiangong-1 mini-space station

by | Jun 24, 2013 | space station | 0 comments

On 23 June  the Chinese Shenzhou-10 spacecraft carried out an undocking redocking exercise. The craft undocked from Tiangong minispace station at 0026 GMT and redocked with it at 0200 GMT using a manual technique this time.  The two male, one femaletaikonaut crew were aboard the Shenzhou craft for this small flight.

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