Thian-kiong-hō khong-kan chām

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Then-kiong-hō khong-kan chām
(Then-kiong-hō thài-khong tsām)
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Then-kiong-hō khong-kan-chām
Station statistics
Crew 3-lâng -6-lâng
Launch 2021-nî - 2025-nî
Carrier rocket Tn̄g-tsíng 5-hō ūn-tsâi huē-tsîñ
Launch pad Tiong-kok bûn -tshiong hāng-then huat-siā-tiûñ
Mission status Uân-sîng, tsìn-li̍p kuí-tō
Mass 60-180 tun (yū-kè )
Orbital inclination 41.5 tōo
Typical orbit altitude 370 - 450-km (ū-kè )
Orbits per day 23- 59-hun

Then-kiong-hō khong-kan tsām (Then-kiong-hō thài-khong tsām; Tiangong Space Station, Chinese large modular space station; 天宫號空間站, 天宮號太空站)[1][2]Tiong-huâ lîn-bîn kiōng-hô-kok kè-uē tiong ê tsi̍t-ê khong-kan chām hē-thóng. I-ê tsuè-āu bo̍k-tik sī teh kìn-tē kuí-tō tíng-kuân iû Tiong-kok ka-kī kiàn-siet tsi̍t-ê siông-tsù ê 60-180 tun-kip ê tuān-hîng khong-kan tsām. Bo̍k-tsiân kè-uē teh 2021-nî huat-siā hi̍k-sim tshng "Thian-hô", 2021-nî tsì 2022-nî kî-kan līng-guā suàñ li̍t-tsí huat-siā khong-kan tsām si̍t-giām-tshng I (mn̄g-thiñ; asking heaven) kah si̍t-giām-tshng II (bāng-thiñ; dreaming heaven), i-kè teh kuí-tō ê siū-miā 10-nî í-siōng.[3] 2021-nî 4-gue̍h 29-li̍t 11-sî 23-hun, then-hə̂ hi̍k-sim tshng teh lâm-hái bûn-tshiong hāng-then tsām huat-siā sîng-kong.

Tsù-kái[siu-kái | kái goân-sí-bé]

  1. "China launches first section of its massive space station". China Daily. 2021-04-29. goân-loē-iông tī 2021-04-29 hőng khó͘-pih. China's most adventurous space endeavor, the multimodule space station, named Tiangong, or Heavenly Palace, will be mainly composed of three components 
  2. "China launches space station core module Tianhe". Xinhua. 2021-04-29. The Tianhe module will act as the management and control hub of the space station Tiangong, meaning Heavenly Palace 
  3. 世界新聞網. "中國空間站計畫2年11次發射 今春發射空間站核心艙". 世界新聞網. 

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