Here is the latest report that China will be going to send three astronauts into space on Saturday aboard a Shenzhou-9 spacecraft and according to sources it will be the country’s first manned space docking attempt if everything will be fine. But interesting this about this launch, one of three astronauts is female astronaut.
And the name of this female astronaut is Liu Yiang, 33-year-old major in the Peoples Liberation Army and it could be possible that She’ll be the first lady from the Country go into space.
On this space craft, other two will be the men Jing Haipeng and Liu Wang and this launch is set to lift off at 6:37 PM from the Jiuquan space base.
According to SlashGear, space base is in the Gobi Desert in North China. The goal of the mission is to dock with the orbiting Tiangong 1 space station module. China hopes to complete its orbiting space station by 2020. The first manned space mission for China was in 2003, and the last was in 2008.