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|Full text: China's Space Activities in 2006
BEIJING, Oct. 12 (Xinhua) -- The Information Office
of China's State Council on Thursday issued a white paper titled "China's Space
Activities in 2006". The following is the full text of the document:
China's Space Activities in 2006
Information Office of the State Council of the
People's Republic of China
October 2006, Beijing
PrefaceI. Aims and Principles of DevelopmentII.
Progress Made in the Past Five YearsIII. Development Targets and Major Tasks for
the Next Five YearsIV. Development Policies and MeasuresV. International
Exchanges and Cooperation
Space activities around the world have been
flourishing in the first few years of the 21st century. Leading countries in the
area of spaceflight have formulated or readjusted their development strategies,
plans and goals in this sphere. The role of space activities in a country's
overall development strategy is becoming increasingly salient, and their
influence on human civilization and social progress is increasing.
It has been 50 splendid years since China embarked on
the road to develop its space industry, starting in 1956. For half a century,
China has worked independently in this field. It has made eye-catching
achievements, and ranks among the world's most advanced countries in some
important fields of space technology. China is unflinching in taking the road of
peaceful development, and always maintains that outer space is the common wealth
of mankind. While supporting all activities that utilize outer space for
peaceful purposes, China actively explores and uses outer space and continuously
makes new contributions to the development of man's space programs.
China has set the strategic goal of building itself
into a well-off society in an all-round way, ranking it among the countries with
the best innovative capabilities in the first 20 years of the 21st century. The
development of the space industry in China now faces new opportunities and
higher requirements. In the new stage of development, China will adhere to the
scientific outlook on development as guidance, center its work on the national
strategic goals, strengthen its innovative capabilities and do its best to make
the country's space industry develop faster and better.
China's space industry has made great progress since
the Chinese government issued the white paper China's Space Activities in 2000.
In order to give people around the world a better understanding of the
development of China's space industry over the past five years and its plans for
the near future, we hereby offer an expanded introduction to some related