China's first jumbo jet, the C919, is expected to make its maiden flight in 2014 as planned, its chief designer told Xinhua on Monday.
Problems in the development of China's largest rocket have delayed its launch, probably until 2015, said a senior official working on the launch vehicle's design.
The deep-sea submersible, Jiaolong, will head to the South China Sea and the Pacific Ocean in June for a series of dives. Female oceanauts needed
China's homegrown navigation system BeiDou is expected to achieve full-scale global coverage by around 2020, a leading scientist said on Sunday.
China's fourth launch center, located in tropical island province of Hainan, will be ready for space launch in two years.
China looks to increase its global market share in commercial space launch to 15 percent by 2020 from three percent at present.
China's space station, which is expected to be completed around 2020, will set an example of green technology, a Chinese space scientist said.
China's 1st solid-fuel rocket to debut
China's first solid-fuel rocket Long March-11 is expected to make its first launch before 2016, a senior official of the rocket's designing institute said on Saturday.
China's planned space station will offer scientists from around the world opportunities for research and experimentation, the lead designer of China's manned space program told Xinhua on Friday.
A rocket expert said that China has developed a modified model of the Long March 3B carrier rocket for an upcoming moon landing mission.
A new generation of short-haul aircraft will be granted production approval soon and enter the market in 2014, the China Securities Journal reported on Friday.
China's indigenous carrier rocket Long March-7 will hopefully make its first launch in 2014, a senior official of the rocket's designing institute said on Friday.