New Chinese spacecraft returned to Earth safely

The construction of a large space station is expected to begin this year and be completed in 2022.

The new Chinese spacecraft, launched at the beginning of the week without crew on board, “landed successfully” on Earth after its test mission, announced the Chinese agency in charge of manned flights (CMS). This is a technological success for China, which now allows it to launch the construction of a large space station. It should start this year and end in 2022.

The spacecraft re-entry module landed at 1:49 p.m. local time (5:49 a.m. GMT) in a predetermined landing zone in the north of the country, said the space agency in charge of manned flights (CMS).
A photo showing the fall of the object, cushioned by three red and white parachutes, was published by the People’s Daily, the official newspaper of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
Main purpose of this new spacecraft: to transport astronauts to the future space station and to make manned flights to the Moon