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+ - Shenzhou 9 Sparks Renewed Debate on Space Race with China->

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MarkWhittington writes "With the flight of the Shenzhou 9, which includes the first docking between a Chinese spacecraft and a prototype space station module, a renewed debate has arisen over the implications of Chinese space feats. China is planning a large space station by the end of this decade. It has expressed the desire to land people on the moon sometime in the next decade. Scientists, foreign policy experts and journalists debate whether China has supplanted the U.S. as a space power and whether that matters."
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Shenzhou 9 Sparks Renewed Debate on Space Race with China

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