The Shenzhou 13 manned spacecraft that launched in the early morning of October 16 sent three astronauts into space. They will "travel" in space for six months, including the Spring Festival.
Previously, how astronauts celebrate the New Year has always been a topic of public concern.
Zang Peng, director of the Aerospace Nutrition and Food Engineering Research Office of the China Astronaut Research and Training Center, said in an interview with a reporter from China News Agency that the astronauts brought heated and ready-to-eat dumplings for the New Year. There were three fillings: pork and cabbage dumplings, mackerel dumplings and yellow flowers. Dumplings.
In addition, they also brought some blessing characters, Spring Festival couplets, etc., which will decorate the space station during the Spring Festival.
(Reporter Wen Mengxin produced Lu Huiqian)
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