SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's latest manned spacecraft landed safely on Wednesday morning after a 15-day mission to an experimental space lab, the country's latest step towards the development of a space station, the official Xinhua news agency said.
The Shenzhou 10 spacecraft was launched on June 11 with three astronauts onboard from a remote site in the Gobi desert in China's far west.
(Reporting by Lu Jianxin and Fayen Wong; Editing by Michael Perry)
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