Like several other countries, China continues to do everything in its power to conquer space. In fact, according to an announcement by China’s leading rocket maker, the country would not only want to send a man to Mars by 2033, but is also working on the “ladder to heaven.” This would include a transportation system made up of carbon nanotubes capable of carrying people and goods to space stations.
Cost reduced to almost 5%
The cost of this transport would be reduced to almost 5% according to the details provided by Wang Xiaojun, the head of the Chinese structure that makes the rockets in China. The scientist did not really elaborate on the operation of the “sky scale” but still indicates that this is the beginning of the next space travel and transport missions to the red planet.
Mars a popular destination
In recent years, the planet Mars has been the dream of the great powers of the world. Beyond the states, big companies like Elon Musk’s SpaceX and Jeff Bezos’s SpaceX are competing with each other over who can get access for tourists to travel first. China also wants to demonstrate its ability, but also its power on the field. Some time ago, China had achieved the feat of achieving a successful landing of the Martian rover Tianwen-1 Zhurong. Therefore, a new step is being taken for the Middle Kingdom.