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Space Station Politics: the International Space Station and China’s Space StationWritten by Roger Handberg. We are now entering the third wave in space station construction: the first occurring in the 1970s with the Soviet Salyut series of space stations and the American Skylab; the second saw more complex structures with the Soviet/Russian Mir space station and the Space Station Freedom which morphed into the International ...
Care home fall prevention initiative wins innovation awardA pioneering tool to help prevent falls among people in care homes developed by The University of Nottingham, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust and Nottingham CityCare Partnership, has won an award at the inaugural East Midlands Innovation in Healthcare Awards. The awards, launched by the East Midlands Academic Health Science Network (EMAHSN), recognise and celebrate the ...
Warfare and China’s Space ProgramWritten by Larry M. Wortzel. China launched its first satellite into space in 1970, about twelve years after the United States. In manned space flight, China’s Shenzhou program trailed the U.S. and Russia (then the Soviet Union) by more than forty years. However, China made up for lost time quickly. Since publishing its first “white ...