At present, the test systems in the launch site are preparing for the mission as planned.
On the same day, the Shenzhou 14 manned spacecraft and the long March 2 F Yao 14 carrier rocket assembly were transferred to the launch area.
At present, the facilities and equipment at the launch site are in good condition, and the follow-up work will be carried out according to the plan, such as pre-launch functional inspection, joint testing and so on.
China’s space station has entered the stage of in-orbit construction after successfully launching the Tianzhou IV cargo spacecraft.
The Shenzhou 14 spacecraft is scheduled to launch in June, the Tiantian experimental module is expected to launch in July, and the Mengtian experimental module is expected to launch in October. Subsequently, Tianzhou V cargo spacecraft and Shenzhou 15 manned spacecraft will be launched to complete the construction of the space station in orbit within this year.
Tomorrow, China will also launch a space survey telescope to fly in orbit with the space station.