China: Tested spacecraft, not missile
China has denied reports that it had test-fired a supersonic missile.
China said its recent rocket test was only to test whether a launch vehicle could be reused. He said it was a test of a spacecraft and not a missile. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Xao Lijian said, "This test could be an important step towards reducing the cost of spacecraft and provide an inexpensive means for humans to re-use space for peaceful uses." Know, the difference between ballistic and cruise missiles China's space program is run by its military. In August, it conducted a test, which is being feared that it was a test of a hypersonic missile. On Saturday, the newspaper reported that China has tested a hypersonic missile that returned to Earth after orbiting the Earth but missed the target. Jao said, "China will work with other countries to make peaceful use of space for the betterment of humanity" China's growing power On Monday, China sent the second team of astronauts to its space station.
These passengers have gone on a six-month-long expedition, which will be China's longest mission in space. Along with space technology, the way China is expanding military technology, there is a lot of concern in Western and Asian countries. Its influence and claim on the South China Sea is getting stronger. Not only this, he has also intensified his activities on the border with India. The US declined to comment on the August test, but State Department spokesman Ned Price said the US was concerned about China's growing nuclear capabilities. "These incidents show that, as we have been saying before, (China) is deviating from its decades-old nuclear strategy," Price said. See: World's best fighter aircraft He said that America is constantly in touch with China regarding its nuclear capabilities and will also maintain its and its allies' deterrence capabilities. Concerned rivals On Monday, US disarmament envoy Robert Wood had expressed concern that China was making hypersonic missiles.