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Public invited to see top science

2014-07-23 15:51 chinadaily.com.cn Web Editor: Wang Fan

Nineteen of the latest scientific findings and applications produced by the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2013 are being presented to the public in Beijing.

A series of demonstrations that began on Tuesday can be viewed as part of a free short-term exhibition at the China Science and Technology Museum.

The demonstrations include simulations of lunar probe Chang'e-3, with rover Yutu aboard, landing on the moon; Shenzhou-10 docking with the orbiting space lab Tiangong-1; and the Jiaolong vocal system application.

The exhibition will run through Aug 31, when it begins a national tour.

The annual technology innovative tour, started in 2012, aims to connect high-technology to people's daily lives and help people understand and appreciate some of the country's top scientific progress

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