How cool must it be to drive a rocket?
You're in control. You're responsible for delivering something that your colleagues have worked on for years. Succeed and you're a hero. Fail and you're the one to blame.
Those were the feelings running through Wang Shaobo's mind when he took control of the rocket due to carry China's first space cargo ship Tianzhou-1. It was Wang's job to drive it from the factory to the Launchpad.
Tianzhou-1 was successfully launched on April 20.
What makes Wang capable of handling such an important task? He said it is the spirit of teamwork, which he has seen as crucial since he started to play basketball as a little boy.
Take a look at this video to see his story.

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