Saturday, 14 January 2017

china on the verge of being a self made super power

Six Chinese technology projects that might change the world

          



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One of China’s leading physicists has called for the creation of a government agency similar to the US institute that develops new technology for the military. Professor Pan Jianwei, the nation’s leading expert on quantum physics and executive vice-president of the University of Science and Technology of China, said Washington’s Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency in the US, or DARPA, was a good model of how to pursue innovative research for military applications, including the internet, GPS and voice recognition technology. Reporter Stephen Chen takes introduces us briefly to six advanced research projects underway on the Chinese mainland.

1. Construction of the Five-hundred-metre Aperture Spherical Telescope (FAST) in Guizhou

Construction of the Five-hundred-metre Aperture Spherical Telescope (FAST) in Guizhou will be completed in September. The FAST will be the world’s largest single-dish radio telescope with three times the sensitivity of the Arecibo Observatory built by the United States in Puerto Rico. A major mission of FAST is to look for radio signals sent out by outer space intelligence. 






2. An artist impression of Chinese first deep sea

 

China is also developing its first deep sea station which will allow three crew members to live and work at depth beyond 1,000 metres for two months. The deep sea station is expected to strengthen the nation’s ability to explore and exploit minerals and energy resources on previously inaccessible ocean floors. The project is expected to be completed before 2020.




3. The world’s first quantum communication satellite

 China will launch the world’s first quantum communication satellite in June, bringing the technology of quantum teleportation in science fiction a step closer to real life. The satellite is expected to create an unbreakable link of encrypted communication between China and Europe.

 

 

4. China’s first space station to be completed by around 2022

 

China launching 1st national space station by 2022.it will be first ever single nation owned space station.

 5. China’s first passenger jet C919

The nation’s first passenger jet C919 is expected to take its maiden flight this year. The narrow-body, twin-engine jet airliners, built by the Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China in Shanghai, aim to challenge Boeing and Airbus in domestic and international markets.

 

 

6. The maiden flight of Long March 5 rocket

The maiden flight of Long March 5 rocket is scheduled at the end of this year from Wenchang Satellite Launch Centre in Hainan. With a maximum payload capacity of 25 tonnes, the Long March 5 will be the biggest heavy-lift rocket that China has built. It will play a crucial role in the construction of China’s first space station around 2020 by delivering large components to the lower Earth orbit