Sleeping Aboard Tiangong 1
This still from a China space agency video shows how astronauts will sleep aboard Tiangong 1, the country's first space laboratory launching in 2011.
Tiangong 1 Space Lab Gets Rocket
Chinese engineers assemble the Long March 2F T1 rocket that will launch the Tiangong 1 space laboratory into orbit in 2011.
China's Tiangong 1 Space Lab Module Transferred to Launch Site
China's Tiangong 1 space lab and its Chinese Long March 2F rocket is transferred to the launch site.
China's Tiangong 1 Spacecraft & Launch Vehicle Rolled to Launch Site
China's integrated Tiangong 1 spacecraft and Long March 2F rocket is slowly rolled out of the vehicle assembly building to its launch site.
China's Tiangong 1 at the Launch Site
China's Tiangong 1 spacecraft and Long March 2F rocket is pictured at the launch site after being transferred from a facility at the Jiuquan Satellite Launching Center.
Tiangong 1 Space Station Module Blasts Off
Another view of Tiangong-1's launch in 2011.
Tiangong-1 Launch Rocket View
The view from China's Long March 2F rocket as it launches the Tiangong-1 module Sept. 29, 2011.
The Scene Outside
The photo, taken by a camera installed on board the Tiangong 1, shows the scene outside the module. October 12, 2011.
China Unveils Space Station Concept
The space station design was unveiled on a live broadcast to celebrate the Chinese New Year.
Shenzhou 8 Spacecraft Docks with Tiangong 1 Already in Orbit
A view from onboard cameras aboard Chinese spacecraft during the docking of Shenzhou 8 and Tiangong 1 to form China's first mini-space station in orbit.