Children look at a model of the Long March rocket during an aerospace education lesson at a primary school in Yunyang county in southwestern China’s Chongqing province on December 16, 2020. Photo: Agence France-Presse Children look at a model of the Long March rocket during an aerospace education lesson at a primary school in Yunyang county in southwestern China’s Chongqing province on December 16, 2020. Photo: Agence France-Presse
Children look at a model of the Long March rocket during an aerospace education lesson at a primary school in Yunyang county in southwestern China’s Chongqing province on December 16, 2020. Photo: Agence France-Presse
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Letters | Why China and the US should collaborate on space missions

  • Our fate as a species on this fragile planet underscores the urgency of choosing collaboration over confrontation in space exploration and other endeavours
  • While concerns about cost and transparency are valid, space missions can generate breakthroughs that help solve problems and inspire younger generations

Topic |   Space
Children look at a model of the Long March rocket during an aerospace education lesson at a primary school in Yunyang county in southwestern China’s Chongqing province on December 16, 2020. Photo: Agence France-Presse Children look at a model of the Long March rocket during an aerospace education lesson at a primary school in Yunyang county in southwestern China’s Chongqing province on December 16, 2020. Photo: Agence France-Presse
Children look at a model of the Long March rocket during an aerospace education lesson at a primary school in Yunyang county in southwestern China’s Chongqing province on December 16, 2020. Photo: Agence France-Presse
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