China News Service, Beijing, October 15 (Reporter Zhang Su) "We look forward to hearing the blessings of our compatriots from space for the first time when we watch the New Year's Eve. Let us jointly wish the successful launch of the Shenzhou 13 manned spacecraft." Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said in response to inquiries at a regular press conference on the 15th.
After the research and decision of the space station stage flight mission command headquarters, the Shenzhou 13 manned spacecraft will be launched in the early morning of the 16th, and the launch time is aimed at 0:23 on the 16th Beijing time.
A reporter asked the Foreign Ministry spokesperson's comments.
"Less than a month ago, we welcomed the triumphant victory of the Shenzhou 12 manned spacecraft. Tomorrow morning, we will once again watch the Shenzhou 13 fly into space with excitement." Zhao Lijian said, which not only vividly interprets the "special" The Chinese manned spaceflight spirit of being able to endure hardships, particularly capable of fighting, particularly capable of tackling key problems, and particularly capable of dedication also embodies the Chinese people's daring pursuit of dreams, the courage to explore, and the never-ending scientific exploration spirit of space.
Zhao Lijian also stated that the Shenzhou 13 mission demonstrated China's new efforts and new contributions to the common cause of mankind, manned space exploration.
China will continue to increase the depth and breadth of international cooperation and exchanges in the field of manned spaceflight, and make positive contributions to mankind's exploration of the mysteries of the universe, the peaceful use of space, and the building of a community with a shared future for mankind.
Zhao Lijian noticed that there are many differences in crew work arrangements between Shenzhou 13 and Shenzhou 12, including that Chinese female astronauts will be stationed in the Chinese space station for the first time and carry out exit activities, and Chinese astronauts will be in orbit for the first time. After staying for six months, the Chinese will celebrate the Spring Festival in space for the first time.
"We look forward to hearing the blessings of our compatriots from space when we watch the New Year's Eve. Let us together wish the successful launch of the Shenzhou 13 manned spacecraft." He said.
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