China prepares to launch Tianzhou-7 cargo spacecraft

China prepares to launch Tianzhou-7 cargo spacecraft

This photo taken on Jan. 15, 2024 shows the combination of the Tianzhou-7 cargo spacecraft and a Long March-7 Y8 carrier rocket being transferred at Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site in south China’s Hainan Province. The combination of the Tianzhou-7 cargo spacecraft and a Long March-7 Y8 carrier rocket was vertically transferred to the launching area on Monday.

The cargo spacecraft will be launched in the near future at an appropriate time, according to the China Manned Space Agency.

The facilities and equipment at the Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site are all in good condition, and various pre-launch function checks and joint tests will be carried out as planned, the agency said in a statement. (Photo by Hu Xujie/Xinhua)

WENCHANG, Hainan, Jan. 15 (Xinhua) — The combination of the Tianzhou-7 cargo spacecraft and a Long March-7 Y8 carrier rocket was vertically transferred to the launching area on Monday.

The cargo spacecraft will be launched in the near future at an appropriate time, according to the China Manned Space Agency.

The facilities and equipment at the Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site in China’s southern island province of Hainan are all in good condition, and various pre-launch function checks and joint tests will be carried out as planned, the agency said in a statement.

This photo taken on Jan. 15, 2024 shows the combination of the Tianzhou-7 cargo spacecraft and a Long March-7 Y8 carrier rocket being transferred at Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site in south China’s Hainan Province. The combination of the Tianzhou-7 cargo spacecraft and a Long March-7 Y8 carrier rocket was vertically transferred to the launching area on Monday.

The cargo spacecraft will be launched in the near future at an appropriate time, according to the China Manned Space Agency.

The facilities and equipment at the Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site are all in good condition, and various pre-launch function checks and joint tests will be carried out as planned, the agency said in a statement. (Photo by Huang Guochang/Xinhua)

This photo taken on Jan. 15, 2024 shows the combination of the Tianzhou-7 cargo spacecraft and a Long March-7 Y8 carrier rocket being transferred at Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site in south China’s Hainan Province. The combination of the Tianzhou-7 cargo spacecraft and a Long March-7 Y8 carrier rocket was vertically transferred to the launching area on Monday.

The cargo spacecraft will be launched in the near future at an appropriate time, according to the China Manned Space Agency.

The facilities and equipment at the Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site are all in good condition, and various pre-launch function checks and joint tests will be carried out as planned, the agency said in a statement. (Photo by Huang Guochang/Xinhua)

This photo taken on Jan. 15, 2024 shows the combination of the Tianzhou-7 cargo spacecraft and a Long March-7 Y8 carrier rocket being transferred at Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site in south China’s Hainan Province. The combination of the Tianzhou-7 cargo spacecraft and a Long March-7 Y8 carrier rocket was vertically transferred to the launching area on Monday.

The cargo spacecraft will be launched in the near future at an appropriate time, according to the China Manned Space Agency.

The facilities and equipment at the Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site are all in good condition, and various pre-launch function checks and joint tests will be carried out as planned, the agency said in a statement. (Photo by Huang Guochang/Xinhua)

This photo taken on Jan. 15, 2024 shows the combination of the Tianzhou-7 cargo spacecraft and a Long March-7 Y8 carrier rocket being transferred at Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site in south China’s Hainan Province. The combination of the Tianzhou-7 cargo spacecraft and a Long March-7 Y8 carrier rocket was vertically transferred to the launching area on Monday.

The cargo spacecraft will be launched in the near future at an appropriate time, according to the China Manned Space Agency.

The facilities and equipment at the Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site are all in good condition, and various pre-launch function checks and joint tests will be carried out as planned, the agency said in a statement. (Photo by Hu Xujie/Xinhua)

This photo taken on Jan. 15, 2024 shows the combination of the Tianzhou-7 cargo spacecraft and a Long March-7 Y8 carrier rocket being transferred at Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site in south China’s Hainan Province. The combination of the Tianzhou-7 cargo spacecraft and a Long March-7 Y8 carrier rocket was vertically transferred to the launching area on Monday.

The cargo spacecraft will be launched in the near future at an appropriate time, according to the China Manned Space Agency.

The facilities and equipment at the Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site are all in good condition, and various pre-launch function checks and joint tests will be carried out as planned, the agency said in a statement. (Photo by Hu Xujie/Xinhua)

This photo taken on Jan. 15, 2024 shows the combination of the Tianzhou-7 cargo spacecraft and a Long March-7 Y8 carrier rocket being transferred at Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site in south China’s Hainan Province. The combination of the Tianzhou-7 cargo spacecraft and a Long March-7 Y8 carrier rocket was vertically transferred to the launching area on Monday.

The cargo spacecraft will be launched in the near future at an appropriate time, according to the China Manned Space Agency.

The facilities and equipment at the Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site are all in good condition, and various pre-launch function checks and joint tests will be carried out as planned, the agency said in a statement. (Photo by Huang Guochang/Xinhua)

This photo taken on Jan. 15, 2024 shows the combination of the Tianzhou-7 cargo spacecraft and a Long March-7 Y8 carrier rocket being transferred at Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site in south China’s Hainan Province. The combination of the Tianzhou-7 cargo spacecraft and a Long March-7 Y8 carrier rocket was vertically transferred to the launching area on Monday.

The cargo spacecraft will be launched in the near future at an appropriate time, according to the China Manned Space Agency.

The facilities and equipment at the Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site are all in good condition, and various pre-launch function checks and joint tests will be carried out as planned, the agency said in a statement. (Photo by Hu Xujie/Xinhua)

This photo taken on Jan. 15, 2024 shows the combination of the Tianzhou-7 cargo spacecraft and a Long March-7 Y8 carrier rocket being transferred at Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site in south China’s Hainan Province. The combination of the Tianzhou-7 cargo spacecraft and a Long March-7 Y8 carrier rocket was vertically transferred to the launching area on Monday.

The cargo spacecraft will be launched in the near future at an appropriate time, according to the China Manned Space Agency.

The facilities and equipment at the Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site are all in good condition, and various pre-launch function checks and joint tests will be carried out as planned, the agency said in a statement. (Photo by Hu Xujie/Xinhua)

This photo taken on Jan. 15, 2024 shows the combination of the Tianzhou-7 cargo spacecraft and a Long March-7 Y8 carrier rocket being transferred at Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site in south China’s Hainan Province. The combination of the Tianzhou-7 cargo spacecraft and a Long March-7 Y8 carrier rocket was vertically transferred to the launching area on Monday.

The cargo spacecraft will be launched in the near future at an appropriate time, according to the China Manned Space Agency.

The facilities and equipment at the Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site are all in good condition, and various pre-launch function checks and joint tests will be carried out as planned, the agency said in a statement. (Photo by Huang Guochang/Xinhua)

This photo taken on Jan. 15, 2024 shows the combination of the Tianzhou-7 cargo spacecraft and a Long March-7 Y8 carrier rocket being transferred at Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site in south China’s Hainan Province. The combination of the Tianzhou-7 cargo spacecraft and a Long March-7 Y8 carrier rocket was vertically transferred to the launching area on Monday.

The cargo spacecraft will be launched in the near future at an appropriate time, according to the China Manned Space Agency.

The facilities and equipment at the Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site are all in good condition, and various pre-launch function checks and joint tests will be carried out as planned, the agency said in a statement. (Photo by Hu Xujie/Xinhua)

This photo taken on Jan. 15, 2024 shows the combination of the Tianzhou-7 cargo spacecraft and a Long March-7 Y8 carrier rocket being transferred at Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site in south China’s Hainan Province. The combination of the Tianzhou-7 cargo spacecraft and a Long March-7 Y8 carrier rocket was vertically transferred to the launching area on Monday.

The cargo spacecraft will be launched in the near future at an appropriate time, according to the China Manned Space Agency.

The facilities and equipment at the Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site are all in good condition, and various pre-launch function checks and joint tests will be carried out as planned, the agency said in a statement. (Photo by Huang Guochang/Xinhua)

This photo taken on Jan. 15, 2024 shows the combination of the Tianzhou-7 cargo spacecraft and a Long March-7 Y8 carrier rocket being transferred at Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site in south China’s Hainan Province. The combination of the Tianzhou-7 cargo spacecraft and a Long March-7 Y8 carrier rocket was vertically transferred to the launching area on Monday.

The cargo spacecraft will be launched in the near future at an appropriate time, according to the China Manned Space Agency.

The facilities and equipment at the Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site are all in good condition, and various pre-launch function checks and joint tests will be carried out as planned, the agency said in a statement. (Photo by Huang Guochang/Xinhua)

This photo taken on Jan. 15, 2024 shows the combination of the Tianzhou-7 cargo spacecraft and a Long March-7 Y8 carrier rocket being transferred at Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site in south China’s Hainan Province. The combination of the Tianzhou-7 cargo spacecraft and a Long March-7 Y8 carrier rocket was vertically transferred to the launching area on Monday.

The cargo spacecraft will be launched in the near future at an appropriate time, according to the China Manned Space Agency.

The facilities and equipment at the Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site are all in good condition, and various pre-launch function checks and joint tests will be carried out as planned, the agency said in a statement. (Photo by Hu Xujie/Xinhua)

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