Nations watch China's manned space flight closely

09/29/2003 | Wall Street Journal, The

When the first yuhangyuan, or Chinese astronaut, is launched into space, the effects are expected to resound in space programs around the globe. Japan, concerned about China's potential to use scientific space technology in military applications, is reorganizing its space program along the same lines as NASA. China's manned space flight also may motivate the U.S. space program to plan new, ambitious goals.

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