Chinese Reusable spacecraft that was launched two days ago has successfully returned to a designated site.
According to the details, the launch was successful, and that a Long March 2F rocket sent the spacecraft into orbit from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in the Gobi Desert, but it provided no information about the exact launch time or what technologies the spacecraft will test.
Earlier Chinese Authorities said it planned reusable Earth-to-orbit space vehicles that would take off and land like an airplane, horizontally.
Officials from the China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation added in 2017 that they had finished several ground tests for engines and other components.
However, the mission has been kept low key and the official photographs and video footage have not been released yet by the officials.