China wants its new rocket for astronaut launches to be reusable

China is planning for its next-generation crew launch vehicle for missions to its space station and the moon to have a reusable first stage.

The new rocket would allow a reusable launch option for sending astronauts or cargo to China’s new Tiangong space station, while a larger version would allow China to send crew on lunar and deep space missions. 



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