The Datengxia hydropower project on the left bank of the Qianjiang River, a tributary of the West Pearl River, went into full operation as the last generator unit started service on July 31.
The No. 6 generator unit of the 2×1.24 million kW Huaxia Yangxi Power Plant in South China's Guangdong province recently passed a 168-hour full-load trial operation test, bringing a close to the project.
China successfully launched a new optical remote-sensing satellite from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in Northwest China at 12:01 pm on Aug 6 (Beijing Time).
A production workshop for inactivated COVID-19 vaccines in Beijing has passed biosafety inspection and is qualified for use, according to the China National Biotec Group (CNBG).
The main project of the Qingyuan maglev tour line is expected to be completed at the end of this year.
China plans to launch two more meteorological satellites in 2021, sources with the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation said on Aug 5.
The Xixiang tunnel, a key section of the Xixiang-Zhenba highway, was completed on July 29, bringing a close to the construction of the highway that links old revolutionary base areas with other regions.
The world's most powerful electric locomotive, the Shen-24, rolled off the production line on July 29 at CRRC Zhuzhou Locomotive Co., Ltd. in Zhuzhou of Central China's Hunan province, a subsidiary of CRRC Corporation Limited (CRRC).
China's first self-developed heavy protection suit is ready for service.
The domestically developed Beidou Navigation Satellite System has proved to be useful in a wide variety of public and business fields in China, said the China Satellite Navigation Office.
China's Mars probe Tianwen-1 successfully carried out its first orbital correction at 7 am (2300 GMT Aug 1) after its 3,000N engine worked for 20 seconds, and continued to head for the Mars.
Steps to further develop the Lvda 5-2 oil field – the world's first offshore extremely-viscous oil field – recently got underway.