China on Wednesday morning put a new communication satellite into orbit from the southwestern Xichang Satellite Launch Center.
China's self-developed Mars probe will be on display through Saturday at the 17th China International Industry Fair in Shanghai.
The C919, China's first domestically developed large passenger aircraft, rolled off the final assembly line in Shanghai on Monday.
The State Oceanic Administration of China has confirmed a latest recruiting drive for support staff at the country's Antarctic research stations.
China is preparing to launch a new-generation quick-response rocket in 2016 to seize more of the international commercial launch market, industry insiders said.
Country's role underlines the scale of its oceanic exploration and research
Innovation will be put at core position for China's development in the five years from 2016, according to a communique released on Thursday following a four-day meeting of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC).
China's first lunar rover, Yutu, has been operating on the moon for almost two years, setting the record for the longest stay by a rover, according to a Chinese lunar probe scientist.
China aims to complete the construction of satellite systems for remote sensing, communications and navigation before 2020, a national plan showed Thursday.
Shanghai has installed several multifunction street lampposts fitted with touch screens and surveillance cameras that, among other things, will provide free Wi-Fi, area traffic conditions and charging stations for electric vehicles.
Chinese scientists have completed an initial conceptual design of a super giant particle collider which will be bigger and more powerful than any particle accelerator on Earth.
China has begun to develop its C929 wide-body jetliner as its predecessor, the C919 narrow-body airliner, is about to make its first test flight, according to aviation industry insiders.