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Shenzhou 9 was a manned spacecraft flight of China's Shenzhou program, launched at 18:37:24 CST (10:37:24 UTC), 16 June 2012.
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The Shenzhou-9 module re-entered the Earths atmosphere on the 2nd November, 2012 @ 14:44 GMT ± 1 minute.

Inclination: 42.78° 
Revolution Number:    6800
Predicted  Location:    32°N, 73°W



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The Shenzhou-9 module that was launched on the 16th June, 2012, from the Jiuquan Launch Center, is predicted to re-enter the Earths atmosphere on the 2nd November, 2012 @ 14:20 GMT ± 24 hours.

SZ-9 MODULE
1 38550U 12032H   12335.70449208  .01704583  90412-5  26663-3 0  3064
2 38550 042.7859 094.2764 0004517 346.3189 013.8989 16.32915290 67707

Period:       88.38 minutes
Inclination: 42.78° 
Apogee:     198 km
Perigee:     190 km
Revolution Number:    6801
Predicted  Location:    18.1°N, 175.8°E



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SZ-9
1 38550U 12032H   12190.67835749 +.00045998 +00000-0 +25398-3 0 00289
2 38550 042.7967 278.6982 0005692 203.3546 156.7062 15.78838272044595

Period:       91.21 minutes
Inclination: 42.80°
Apogee:     338 km
Perigee:     330 km 



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China Shenzhou-9 crew landing after docking mission success.

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The capsule carrying the crew of China's Shenzhou-9 spacecraft has successfully landed in the country's Inner Mongolia region after 13 days in space. The success of the mission brings China a step closer to creating its own manned space station.

Chinese astronauts parachute land after mission

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China's first female astronaut and two other crew members emerged smiling from a capsule that returned safely to Earth on Friday from a 13-day mission to an orbiting module that is a prototype for a future space station.
The Shenzhou 9 parachuted to a landing on the grasslands of the country's sprawling Inner Mongolia region at about 10 a.m. (0200 GMT). China declared the first manned mission to the Tiangong 1 module -- the space program's longest and most challenging yet -- a major stride ahead for the country's ambitious space program.
About an hour later, mission commander and veteran astronaut Jing Haipeng, 45, emerged from the capsule, followed by crew mates Liu Wang, 43, and 33-year-old Liu Yang, China's first female astronaut.
The three, all experienced air force pilots, were lifted on to folding chairs and appeared in good health. They smiled, waved, chatted and saluted as state television ran live footage from the landing site.



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2012.06.29 The return of "Shenzhou No. 9 spacecraft

 

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Shenzhou-9 returns home 29.06.2012

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China's Shenzhou-9 spacecraft returns to Earth

China's Shenzhou-9 spacecraft will return to earth with its three crew members following a 13-day mission.
The craft is expected to land in the Inner Mongolia region of China at about 10:00 (02:00 BST) on Friday.

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The Shenzhou 9 spacecraft has undocked from the Tiangong 1 spacestation and is preparing to land in the Inner Mongolia autonomous region at 02:00 UT, 29th June, 2012.



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