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China to livestream first space class from Tiangong space station

Xinhua | Updated: 2021-12-02 15:36

Astronaut Wang Yaping is seen "flying" inside the space station core module Tianhe. [Photo/Astronaut Center of China]

BEIJING -- China will livestream to the world the first space class from its space station Tiangong in the upcoming days, the China Manned Space Agency (CMSA) announced Thursday.

China will launch a space science education brand "Tiangong Class" -- the first of its kind -- to give full play to the Chinese space station, according to the CMSA.

In the "Tiangong Class," Chinese astronauts will become the "teachers in space" and interact with students, especially teenagers.

With the progress of the manned space flight mission, the "Tiangong Class" will introduce a series of classes focusing on the construction of the Chinese space station and its in-orbit operation, the CMSA said.

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