China's reusable spacecraft makes successful landing back on Earth


China's reusable experimental spacecraft successfully returned to its scheduled landing site on Sunday after two days of in-orbit operation.

It was launched on board a Long March-2F carrier rocket from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center on Friday.

The successful task marks an important breakthrough in China's research on reusable spacecraft technology, which will provide a more convenient and economical way for the peaceful use of space.