Like in the Shenzhou-9 objective, the team might consist of two men astronauts and a lady, who are planned to get into the Tiangong-1 space lab component, Niu Hongguang, deputy commander in chief of China’s manned space program, said on the side lines of the Eighteenth National Congress of the Communist Party of China. (from xinhuanet)
“They will remain in space for fifteen days, managing both computerized and manual space dockings with the focus on orbiter Tiangong-1, performing medical tests in the lab component and providing technology lessons to viewers on the World,” he said.
“In the arriving objective, Shenzhou-10 will provide ferrying services of employees and resources for Tiangong-1, further examining the astronauts’ capabilities of working and residing in space, as well as the features of the lab component,” he said.
“The achievements of this objective might allow Chinese suppliers to create an space lab and an area place,” he said.