China plans to launch a space telescope to survey the skies and investigate distant galaxies, dark matter and dark energy.
China became the third country ever to launch a human into space in 2003 and has been expanding its space program ever since. Get the latest news about China's space program, launches and space missions.
Evidence is growing that Mars, now cold and dry, had liquid water running on its surface much more recently than previously thought.
China's Zhurong Mars rover is adjusting to its first winter on the Red Planet while its companion orbiter continues to map the world from above.
The robotic Tianzhou 4 docked with Tianhe, the core module of China's under-construction Tiangong space station, about 6.5 hours after launching today (May 9).
China has launched a cargo mission to its Tianhe space station module in preparation for the arrival of a new crew in June.
China plans to launch the robotic Tianzhou 4 cargo craft to its Tiangong space station today (May 9) at 1:56 p.m. EDT. Watch live here.
China's LinkSpace plans to send a rocket into space and land it safely in late 2022, three years after the startup's last major test.
Scientists at Nanjing University believe they can use compounds found in lunar soil to locally produce oxygen and fuel to support crewed moon missions.
China will launch six major missions before the end of the year to complete its Tiangong space station, which could soon link up with a powerful telescope and host international astronauts.
Some scholars predict a future in which single states pursue various levels of dominance, while others foresee a scenario in which commercial entities bring nations together.
China launched five satellites into orbit on a rocket that lifted from a platform at sea on Saturday (April 30), marking the country's farthest liftoff from shore yet.
China is planning a kinetic asteroid defense mission no earlier than 2025 as part of a larger set of planetary shielding planning initiatives.
China launched two rockets in six hours Friday during a busy day that also included the successful astronaut landing.
A Shenzhou spacecraft carrying three astronauts landed safely in northern China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region today (April 15), wrapping up the Shenzhou 13 mission.
China's first astronaut crew to spend a record-setting six months aboard the country's new space station returns to Earth tonight and you can watch it live online.
Reference Since 1970, China has launched more than 400 missions, and almost all have used the Long March family of rockets.
China launched a new high-resolution remote sensing satellite on Wednesday (April 6) to boost its ability to monitor ocean activity.
China has established the Tiandu deep-space exploration laboratory to support the development of the country's growing plans for lunar and planetary missions.