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Congratulations from the leader of the country, how the rapid radio burst was born, the new power unit of the Baihetan HPP – see "Chinese Panorama"-307

24.09.2022 Медиакорпорация Китая (CMG), телеканал «Большая Азия» (Яна Бродневская, Александр Попов) 36 просмотров

Watch the information and publicistic program "Chinese Panorama" on the TV channel "Big Asia" (Issue 307):
  • Chinese President Xi Jinping congratulated the people of China on the harvest holiday The demand for satellite navigation and positioning services is growing in China
  • Scientists from China have established the process of the origin of fast radio bursts
  • A new power unit has been put into operation at one of the largest hydroelectric power plants in China

Chinese President Xi Jinping congratulated the people of China on the harvest holiday Chinese President Xi Jinping congratulated farmers and other agricultural workers on the harvest holiday of Chinese peasants.

It is celebrated throughout the Middle Kingdom. The Head of State noted that it is necessary to make progress in the uplift of the village, promote the enrichment of rural areas, ensure a happy life and an even more favorable environment for rural residents. Xi Jinping said that despite rains, floods, droughts, late sowing of winter wheat, outbreaks of the COVID-19 epidemic, China has achieved an increase in the summer harvest. It is expected that the current harvest season will be successful.
Farmers are really happy with the autumn gifts of nature: in the Bai County of the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, an unprecedented amount of red grapes has been harvested from more than 800 hectares. And in Nanxian County, Hunan Province, rice cultivation was combined with shrimp farming, which gave an excellent harvest of both.
Honey is collected at a demonstration bee farm in Wanyuan City County, Sichuan Province. Each hive gives up to 100 kilograms of sweet gold. Honey products sell well in China and abroad – in Singapore and Malaysia.
The grape growing industry has turned the Gobi Desert into a thriving land and brought significant income to local farmers. The berries will be sold in more than 10 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities of the country. Farmers plan to receive more than 120 million yuan for its sale.
The harvest festival of Chinese peasants is being held in China for the fifth time. It is celebrated on the day of the autumnal equinox: agricultural workers take a break from work and participate in sports and entertainment events.

The demand for satellite navigation and positioning services is growing in China Satellite navigation and positioning are increasingly becoming part of the daily lives of Chinese citizens.

The Beidou-3 navigation satellite system, created in China, has become an integral part of the work of transport, public safety, disaster relief, agriculture and forestry, animal husbandry and fishing, construction of energy, water and communication infrastructure in two years. Satellites are also used in everyday life in China – the number of publicly available gadgets that communicate with satellites reached almost 140 million in the first half of this year. 130 million of these devices are smartphones.

Yu Xiancheng, President of the Association of Global Navigation Satellite System and Location Services of China: "The Beidou industry is steadily developing.
There are more and more applications that use this navigation system. The demand for such applications among Chinese residents is growing."Liu Jingnan, Academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering:

"Beidou is a system for determining location in time and space, and time and space are a key element for solving the current problems of the development of the digital economy and the "smart economy".
Intelligent transport and smart city will also create demand for Beidou services." Now there are 45 satellites of the Beidou system in orbit.

They provide services in the field of navigation, positioning and communication.

Scientists from China have found out the nature of fast radio bursts Scientists from China have established the nature of some fast radio bursts.

It is assumed that they are generated by magnetars, i.e. neutron stars with an exceptionally strong magnetic field. A fast radio burst is a short burst of radio waves from deep space. It lasts only a few milliseconds, but releases as much energy as is produced on Earth in tens of billions of years. These signals were first detected in 2007.
The FAST radio telescope, also called the "Celestial Eye of China," has recorded more than 1,800 fast radio bursts over the past three months. This was the largest sample analyzed by a team of researchers from the National Astronomical Observatory at the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Peking University.

Li Kejia, Researcher at the National Astronomical Observatory at the Chinese Academy of Sciences: "For the first time, we were able to trace the environment in which fast radio bursts originate.
The high sensitivity of the "Heavenly Eye of China" allows us to receive very important information." An article about the study was published in the authoritative scientific journal "Nature".

A new power unit has been put into operation at one of the largest hydroelectric power plants in China

The power unit number 13 was launched at the main hydroelectric power station of China Baihetan. It became the eleventh fully operational of the 16 power units of the Baihetan megaproject. The hydroelectric units are installed on both banks of the Jinshajiang River, each with a capacity of one megawatt, which is the largest single capacity in the world. For comparison, the power of one power unit is equivalent to the engine power of 10,000 medium-class passenger cars. The 13th power unit became the fourth officially commissioned hydroelectric unit on the right bank.
The Baihetan hydroelectric power plant is a 16–gigawatt hydroelectric power plant being built on the Jinshajiang River, a tributary of the Yangtze River, in southwest China. After commissioning, the hydroelectric power plant will generate an average of more than 62 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity per year. This will be enough to provide about 75 million people with electricity for the same period. Baihetan will become the second largest hydroelectric power station in the world by installed capacity, after the Three Gorges dam project in central China's Hubei province.

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