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Rocket for Shenzhou VII is ready
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The nose cone of the Long March II-F rocket. (Photo: people.com.cn)

Chinese scientists have finished assembling the rocket that will carry China's Shenzhou VII spaceship into space.

The people.com.cn website reported that researchers at China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology (CALT) recently completed all testing works on Long March II-F.

The rocket is ready to leave for Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in August, where the Shenzhou VII spaceship will take off in October.

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