China’s first flying female astronaut Liu Yang has been in orbit for more than 100 days
It is known that,Liu Yang, the 02 astronaut of the Shenzhou 14 mission, is my country’s first female astronaut to enter space.It’s been exactly ten years since her last trip to space.
According to the data, on October 6, 1978, Liu Yang was born in Zhengzhou City, Henan Province, and his ancestral home is Linzhou City, Henan Province.
On June 15, 2012, 33-year-old Liu Yang became the first and only female astronaut in the flight crew of the Shenzhou 9 manned spacecraft.
It is reported that the Shenzhou 14 manned mission is the second mission in the construction phase of the space station.It is also the first manned mission at this stage, and the astronaut crew will work and live in orbit for 6 months.
The main purpose of the mission is: to cooperate with the rendezvous and repositioning of the Wentian and Mengtian experimental modules and the core module; to complete the on-orbit assembly and construction of the China Space Station; Carry out space science experiments and technical experiments; carry out daily maintenance and other related work.