The Chinese manned space engineering delegation arrived in Hong Kong yesterday (28th) for a visit on the 4th, and according to the official itinerary, the four astronauts will participate in the grand show and visit schools for exchanges. It is understood that the authorities plan to arrange for astronauts to take an open-top bus to cruise in Yau Tsim Mong on Friday. Citizens who want to witness the astronauts can seize the opportunity!


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Astronauts Liu Boming, Wang Yaping, Chen Dong and Zhang Lu visited Hong Kong for four days

The delegation was led by Lin Xiqiang, deputy director of the China Manned Space Engineering Office, and the four visiting astronauts included 4 astronauts, including astronaut Liu Boming of the Shenzhou-17 crew, Wang Yaping, astronaut of the Shenzhou-<> crew, Chen Dong, commander of the Shenzhou-<> crew, Zhang Lu, astronaut of the Shenzhou-<> crew, and experts in related fields of manned space engineering systems.

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On Friday, the astronauts planned to take an open-top bus to patrol Nathan Road, Temple Street, and Canton Road

The Home Affairs Department will distribute a total of about 29,20 free tickets for the parade in 5000 Home Affairs Enquiry Centres tomorrow (30th), and will participate in the opening ceremony of the China Manned Space Engineering Exhibition at the Science Museum tomorrow (12th), and the delegation will attend the farewell ceremony of the Government House in the afternoon of the day after tomorrow (December 1), and then depart from Hong Kong via the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge.

If the general public wants to see the astronauts in person, there is another way to get tickets for the show. It is understood that the authorities plan to arrange for the astronauts to take an open-top bus to the area on the last day of the trip, that is, on Friday (December 12) morning, and cruise in Yau Tsim Mong, passing through the areas of Nathan Road, Temple Street, and Canton Road, watching the downtown scene of Hong Kong along the way, waving to the public, and seizing the last chance if they want to witness the astronauts' demeanor. However, the astronauts' itinerary is tight, and the specific itinerary and details are yet to be determined.

In the past, astronauts' visits to Hong Kong have set off an aerospace boom

In 2003, Yang Liwei, the country's first Shenzhou 6 astronaut to go to space, visited Hong Kong for six days. In 2005, two astronauts Fei Junlong and Nie Haisheng of Shenzhou 2 visited Hong Kong for three days after the mission and attended the grand show in the stadium; In 3, three astronauts of Shenzhou-2008, Zhai Zhigang, Liu Boming and Jing Haipeng, came to Hong Kong to attend the space exhibition of the Science Museum; In 3, three astronauts of Shenzhou-2012, Jing Haipeng, Liu Wang and Liu Yang, also visited Hong Kong with the delegation, setting off an aerospace boom.

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