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  • This Kind of Ship Will Become a Rigid Demand

    Recently, at a webinar on offshore wind power, many experts pointed out that the era of floating offshore wind power has come, the trial period of floating offshore wind power technology has been successfully completed, and it is ready to be put into use in many sea areas around the…
  • Shell Produces 1st Gas from the Arran Gas

    Oil major Shell announced October 20 that it had started production from its Arran field in the North Sea. The company made a final investment decision on Arran in 2018.   In 2019, Subsea 7 announced the award of a Arran Gas Field Development contract by Shell, worth between $100-200 million.…
  • The Crew of Shenzhou XIII Will Enter China’s Space Station

    The rocket carrying China’s Shenzhou XIII spacecraft was transferred to the launchpad in Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center on Thursday, as preparation gathered pace for the country’s next manned mission to continue assembling a new space station. The Long March-2F Y13 rocket is undergoing tests before the launch. All systems in the launch…
  • The First Batch of Female Pilots of Land Airlines Appeared

    Pictures of one of the first batches of airwomen trained by the People's Liberation Army (PLA) Ground Force have recently gone viral and won the Chinese audience's hearts for its heroic outlook. In a statement issued by the PLA Western Theater Command on its official WeChat account on Thursday, the…
  • Chang’e 5 Samples Help Rewrite Moon’s History

    Chinese scientists discover evidence of far more recent lunar volcanism Chinese scientists have discovered that lunar volcanism was still occurring about 800 million to 900 million years later than previously thought after analyzing lunar samples returned by the Chang'e 5 mission, suggesting the moon cooled down much more slowly. Researchers…
  • China’s Spacecraft Docks with Space Station

    China's Shenzhou XIII crewed spacecraft docked with the Tiangong space station on Saturday morning, with astronauts ready to enter the station to start a six-month journey. The craft docked with the station's core module, named Tianhe, or Harmony of Heavens, at 6:56 am, about six and a half hours after…