STS-107 special report
China launches weather satellite
Posted: Sun, Jun 10 10:07 AM ET (1507 GMT)
China launched a weather satellite Tuesday. The Long March 3A rocket lifted off from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center at 9:07 a.m. Eastern and placed the Fengyun-2H satellite into a geostationary transfer orbit. The 1.4-ton satellite is the eighth and final satellite in the older Fengyun-2 series of spin-stabilized weather satellites, and will operate from 86.5 degrees east when it enters service.

Tiangong-1 reenters over South Pacific
Posted: Sun, Apr 8 8:05 AM ET (1305 GMT)
China's Tiangong-1 module reentered on the night of April 1 over the South Pacific. The module reentered at 8:16 pm EDT (0016 GMT April 2) while over the South Pacific, according to a statement by the U.S. Air Force's Joint Force Space Component Command, approximately the same time as reported by the China Manned Space Engineering Office. There were no reports of anyone observing the reentry, which took place not far from a remote region of the South Pacific used for deliberate spacecraft reentries. The uncontrolled reentry of Tiangong-1 was met with some concern as pieces of the 8.5-ton spacecraft were expected to survive reentry and reach the surface.

Saturday, October 20
Sieren's China: Speaking Mandarin on Mars
Deutsche Welle — 8:06 am ET (1306 GMT)

Friday, October 19
China May Soon Have a Second (Artificial) Moon — 4:52 am ET (0952 GMT)

Thursday, October 18
Chengdu to launch "artificial moon" in 2020
People's Daily — 3:16 am ET (0816 GMT)

Wednesday, October 17

Tuesday, October 16
Waking Up to China’s Space Dream
The Diplomat — 6:08 am ET (1108 GMT)
Why China's Richest Man, Pony Ma, Is Investing In Space
Hong Kong Tatler — 6:05 am ET (1105 GMT)

Monday, October 15