China requests emblems for manned space missions in 2023
China Manned Space Agency (CMSA) on Wednesday began requesting emblems for the country's upcoming manned space missions, the first open requirement for such programmes.
The event aims to request emblems for three of China's manned space missions this year, including launches of the Tianzhou-6 cargo spacecraft and the Shenzhou-16 and Shenzhou-17 manned spacecraft, according to a statement on the event issued by the CMSA.
Since the Shenzhou-5 manned space mission in 2003, a single logo has been designed for every manned mission of the country, especially the emblems of the 12 missions during the construction phase of China's space station.
The request this time is open to all those enthusiastic about China's manned space programmes and will last until 6 March, as reported by Xinhua News Agency, a partner of TV BRICS.