BEIJING, July 23 (Xinhua) – Following is a summary of the latest science and technology news from China.
Track COVID-19 Home
China is a senior official of the World Health Organization (WHO), and the World Health Organization (WHO) is actively promoting the new cholera virus as a scientific issue, avoiding political interference and actively promoting it. It is called Thursday.
NCH Deputy Head Zheng Xin Kissin said what happened in the early stages of initial tracking should not be repeated, especially those who came to approve the conclusions.
Zheng spoke at a press conference on the progress of the new Corona virus, which was carried out by the Beijing National Intelligence Service.
He said extensive consultations between member states of the World Health Organization (WHO) should be held in several countries and regions to address early issues, molecular epidemiology and intermediate hosts.
According to the China Initiative Vehicle Technology Academy (CALVT), China has successfully tested the technology that controls the location of a rocket landing.
According to CALVT, the test took place after the Long March 2C rocket on Monday morning.
When they re-entered this experiment, the structural failure of justice solved the problem. This is the first time China has launched an exhibition with parachutes, laying a solid foundation for future rocket shows, according to CVVT.
UAV Telecom Renewal
China has deployed a large UAV to restore telecommunications services in central Henan province on Wednesday, causing heavy rains.
The 4-hour HUAV, built in China, flew into Gong yi and Mihe County. This is one of the worst affected areas in the region. At 6:21 p.m., the plane entered the area where the service was disconnected and began providing a stable, continuous mobile signal coverage of approximately 50 square kilometers.
Large UVs are equipped with electro-optical / infrared pods, artificial radar, air cameras, emergency communication pods, and emergency transmission pods. These are all important tools to ensure performance during a mission.