HKer, Hong Kong, China, 4 hours ago
So many sour grapes.
road_glide, Kalifornistan, United States, 5 hours ago
am I the only one who remembers what "made in china" means?
Pienso, Atlanta, United States, 5 hours ago
That sounds familiar. Didn¿t another country have those 20 years ago?
Mark Kelly, Columbus , United States, 6 hours ago
I have plans to be a millionaire in 2020. I wonder if either will happen.
Late8, Miami, United States, 6 hours ago
Made in China LOL
Sir Wayne Hisler, Albuquerque, United States, 8 hours ago
I am interested in seeing if this works. This could be very helpful in future expeditions.
Yoyo66, Mahwah, United States, 8 hours ago
Who was it Obama or Hillary who sold them the plans
NoSheep, NYC, United States, 8 hours ago
Like our space shuttle which eventually became redundant. Good for China, they're taking the steps needed.
I.amhere, texas, United States, 8 hours ago
Who did they hacked this time for the blueprints?
Awak3n3r, Los Angeles, United States, 8 hours ago
Who needs rockets and space? In USA we have something much better: Political Corectness. We lowered the education standards, everybody gets an A in school, we've eliminated high school exit exams, everybody graduates, everybody goes to college!!! The fact that many graduates can't even sign their diplomas is not relevant, what's important is that all bunch of minorities with no academic inclination whatsoever are getting a PhD in Science! Who cares about space flying? As Americans, we are full of $$$, we can always buy the technology from China if our minorities want to explore the moon on a government paid field trip. Long live equality, it's the only thing that matters!
roderik77, East Essex, United Kingdom, 5 hours ago
Ye gods, I thought this only happened in the UK. Looks like the death of the West really is on the cards.
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Mike Hunt 021, Greenock, United Kingdom, 8 hours ago
Wonder if it will deliver my takeaway any quicker
Jabba the wocky, Plymouth, United Kingdom, 8 hours ago
Wow, a "Space Shuttle". How novel.
Ethelred the Unready, London, United Kingdom, 10 hours ago
Bet the Americans claim it is one of their ideas.
Burnt, Land of oz, United States, 9 hours ago
Those days are over, we copy them now
Mister123321, Encarnación, Paraguay, 11 hours ago
I still say a space elevator would be the best option for carrying heavy payloads into space, they don't have to be a permanent structure just a strong tether to a heavy object in space
Max Planck, Alice Springs, Australia, 8 hours ago
One problem; Rosie O'Donnell has refused to go into space.