China marks Space Day

2019-04-25 03:15:58 GMT2019-04-25 11:15:58(Beijing Time) Xinhua English
Students of Zhuhelu Primary School take part in the theme activity of Students of Zhuhelu Primary School take part in the theme activity of "knowing space knowledge, igniting space dream" in Hanshan District of Handan, north China's Hebei Province, April 24, 2019. Since 2016, China has set April 24 as the country's Space Day. The various activities on Space Day have become a window for the Chinese public and the world to get a better understanding of China's aerospace progress. (Xinhua/Wang Hongchao)
A teacher of the affiliated kindergarten of Miaofengshan ethnic school teaches children space knowledge in Mentougou District of Beijing, capital of China, April 24, 2019. Since 2016, China has set April 24 as the country's Space Day. The various activities on Space Day have become a window for the Chinese public and the world to get a better understanding of China's aerospace progress. (Xinhua/Hou Jiqing) A teacher of the affiliated kindergarten of Miaofengshan ethnic school teaches children space knowledge in Mentougou District of Beijing, capital of China, April 24, 2019. Since 2016, China has set April 24 as the country's Space Day. The various activities on Space Day have become a window for the Chinese public and the world to get a better understanding of China's aerospace progress. (Xinhua/Hou Jiqing)
Students of Hanshan District Experimental Primary School fly model planes they made in Handan City, north China's Hebei Province, April 24, 2019. Since 2016, China has set April 24 as the country's Space Day. The various activities on Space Day have become a window for the Chinese public and the world to get a better understanding of China's aerospace progress. (Xinhua/Hao Qunying) Students of Hanshan District Experimental Primary School fly model planes they made in Handan City, north China's Hebei Province, April 24, 2019. Since 2016, China has set April 24 as the country's Space Day. The various activities on Space Day have become a window for the Chinese public and the world to get a better understanding of China's aerospace progress. (Xinhua/Hao Qunying)
Students of No. 3 High School of Shuangluan District make spacecraft models with waste materials under the guidance of a teacher in Chengde, north China's Hebei Province, April 24, 2019. Since 2016, China has set April 24 as the country's Space Day. The various activities on Space Day have become a window for the Chinese public and the world to get a better understanding of China's aerospace progress. (Xinhua/Wang Liqun) Students of No. 3 High School of Shuangluan District make spacecraft models with waste materials under the guidance of a teacher in Chengde, north China's Hebei Province, April 24, 2019. Since 2016, China has set April 24 as the country's Space Day. The various activities on Space Day have become a window for the Chinese public and the world to get a better understanding of China's aerospace progress. (Xinhua/Wang Liqun)
A staff member introduces how special glass is applied in aerospace field to pupils of Haigang District Beihuanlu Primary School in Qinhuangdao, north China's Hebei Province, April 24, 2019. Since 2016, China has set April 24 as the country's Space Day. The various activities on Space Day have become a window for the Chinese public and the world to get a better understanding of China's aerospace progress. (Xinhua/Cao Jianxiong) A staff member introduces how special glass is applied in aerospace field to pupils of Haigang District Beihuanlu Primary School in Qinhuangdao, north China's Hebei Province, April 24, 2019. Since 2016, China has set April 24 as the country's Space Day. The various activities on Space Day have become a window for the Chinese public and the world to get a better understanding of China's aerospace progress. (Xinhua/Cao Jianxiong)
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