Lift-off for China’s Tianzhou 2 on space station supply mission

China is one step closer to being the only nation with its own space station, with launch of a cargo spacecraft sending supplies to its orbital lab, a mission delayed for over a week for technical reasons.The Tianzhou 2 lifted off aboard a Long March 7 (CZ-7) rocket at 8.55pm on Saturday from the Wenchang spacecraft launch site in the southern island province of Hainan.Unspecified technical delays scuppered plans to launch the spacecraft on Thursday last week and the next day.The Tianzhou 2…

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