Happy New Year!Break through the sky!

Chinese New Year greetings have broken through the sky!Yin Tiger year on the first day of the year of the tiger to the ceiling!!Chinese astronauts Wang Yaping, Zhai Zhigang, Ye Guangfu are on a business trip in space to send New Year’s greetings to the people of the country, paste Spring Festival couplets, hang lanterns, festive New Year pictures, red Chinese knot…The Shenzhou 13 astronauts dressed up the space station to welcome the Spring Festival, a traditional Chinese festival.On January 31, the Lunar New Year’s Eve, the shenzhou 13 astronauts sent a video message from distant space to send their best wishes to the motherland and people.Holding the couplet, commander Zhai Zhigang said: “I wish you all a happy New Year, good health and good luck in everything.”Dressed in festive costumes, Wang Yaping wished the children all over the country “live and thrive” and wished our great motherland “Fuhu live and prosper”.Holding the Chinese character “Fu”, Ye guangfu wished the Chinese people “a happy New Year and a happy family”.This is the first time that the Chinese people will celebrate the New Year in the “China Palace” 400 kilometers from the Earth.A month ago, they celebrated New Year’s Day here, welcoming the first sunshine of 2022.It is understood that in order to let the shenzhou 13 astronauts during the Spring Festival can eat delicious dumplings, scientific and technical personnel specially prepared three kinds of dumplings: pork cabbage, Spanish mackerel, yellow cauliflower.On October 16, 2021, the Shenzhou 13 manned spacecraft blasted off and independently docked with the Tianhe core module. Astronauts Zhai Zhigang, Wang Yaping and Ye Guangfu began their six-month stay in space.Zhai zhigang and Wang Yaping have each spent more than 100 days in orbit, making zhai and Wang the longest Chinese male and female astronauts in orbit, a record they will hold until at least 2023.According to the plan, the space station will be fully completed in 2022.In the future, more and more Chinese people will welcome the New Year and celebrate the Spring Festival in space.Sources: Xinhua News Agency, CCTV News

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