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Video: A virtual tour for pioneering space programs in the world


18:21, June 11, 2013

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The development of space technology has been a priority in many countries’ science strategy. Next up, CCTV Wang Mangmang takes you on a virtual tour for a look at some of the pioneering space programs being carried out by other major space powers, as well as the current state of the International Space Station. And joining her is our consultant, Professor Guo Jiong from the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

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