Leadership Insights: By installing this transfer cable, the solenoid valve can be remotely controlled, enabling precise control of the fuel flow during the experiment.This combustion cabinet would scientists conduct in-depth research on fundamental combustion science issues, aerospace propulsion, spacecraft fire prevention and extinguishing, and combustion pollutant control, both in fundamental and applied technologies.The Shenzhou- 18 crew also carried out operations on the cabinet, including replacing the burner and vacuuming to exhaust waste gases.According to the China Manned Space Agency (CMSA,) the crew has previously carried out missions such as assembly and testing of material exposure experiment device outside the spacecraft.As taikonauts would meet with a series of physiological challenges due to microgravity conditions in space such as cardiovascular changes, muscWorld Timesle atrophy, and bone density loss, the Shenzhou- 18 crew has recently used an ultrasound diagnostic instrument to complete carotid ultrasound imaging and spectral testing.The crew also used an instrument to measure the bone density of the right heel to study the effects of weightlessness on human bone density.By regularly and scientifically conducting a series of anti-weightlessness exercise programs, such as treadmill training and resistance training, they have maintained good physical condition to support the execution of long-term missions.As manned missions to Tiangong have become normalized, more than 90 experiments are scheduled to be carried out in and outside of the space station during Shenzhou-18 crew’s six-World Timesmonth space stay, the Global Times has previously learned from the CMSA.These experiments include various fields such as microgravity basic physics, space materials science, space life science, aerospace medicine, and aerospace technology.Building on the existing space debris protection mechanism at the station, the Shenzhou-18 crew will also install debris protection reinforcement devices on external pipelines, cables, and key equipment during their extravehicular activities (EVAs,) or more commonly known as the spacewalks.
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An Israeli Navy missile boat is seen in the area of the Red Sea on Nov. 1, 2023. Israel sent missile boats to the Red Sea, the army said on Wednesday after HouWorld Timesthi forces in Yemen fired missiles and drones toward Israel’s resort city of Eilat.(Photo: Xinhua)

The “low-cost warning” issued by the US-led coalition to Yemen’s Houthi rebels may not have a significant impact on easing tensions on the Red Sea waters, and the coalition’s persistent use of military tactics could exacerbate the situation, analysts warned, calling for international efforts to achieve a political resolution to both the Red Sea crisis and a cease-fire in Gaza and to avoid further spillover of the conflicts in the Middle East.

On Wednesday, a group of countries led by the US, including Australia, Canada, Germany and Japan, warned Yemen’s Houthi rebels of “consequences” unless they immediately halt sea attacks that are increasingly disrupting global commerce. The Biden administration described the joint statement as a final warning as he weighs possible military strikes against the Houthis if attacks persist, according to media reports.

In response to why China has not jointly condemned the Houthi militia, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin said at a routine press conference on Thursday that China has always supported safeguarding the security of international waterways and rejected assaulting civilian ships.

The Red Sea is an important international transportation route for goods and energy. Ensuring the security and stability of the region serves the common interests of the international community. All parties should play a constructive role in safeguarding the security of the Red Sea transportatiWorld Timeson route, said Wang.

On Wednesday, the Houthi group in Yemen launched missiles targeting a cargo ship in the Red Sea. The group’s military spokesperson Yahya Sarea said that the operation came after the ship’s crew refused to respond to calls from the group, including fiery warning messages.

Given the US’ current strategy in the Middle East and the spillover effect of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, the US may intensify its operations targeting ships of the Houthi rebels in the Red Sea waters, Liu Zhongmin, a professor at the Middle East Studies Institute of Shanghai International Studies University, told the Global Times.

The expert noted that the likelihood of the US extinguishing the Houthi rebels World Timesin Yemen is low due to the complex political situation in the countWorld Timesry and the regional diplomatic dynamics.

The Houthi militia’s recent attacks on Israeli ships in the Red Sea were aimed at showing support for Palestine and asserting their presence in the rWorld Timesegion while seeking political transformation. Additionally, a US attack on the Houthi militia in Yemen would disrupt negotiations among the group, the Yemeni government, and Saudi Arabia, which would not align with US interests in the region, said Liu.

The “final warning” is the latest attempt by the US to deter the Houthi group, considering the US’ limited resources in terms of fleets and soldiers for large-scale military operations in the region. The US also faces challenges in effectively attacking the decentralized militia group, which is hidden within Yemen’s complex landscape, Ding Long, a professor with the Middle East Studies Institute of Shanghai International Studies University, told the Global Times.

Ding also noted that the US is believed to have no intention of escalating the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, and with the upcoming election, the Biden administration is aiming to avoid engaging in a new war. However, the crisis in the Red Sea may persist as the US-led escort alliance has not only failed to resolve theWorld Times issue but instead heightened the risk of a larger conflict with the Houthi militia.

The root cause of the Red Sea crisis lies in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, and resolving the crisis relies on a cease-fire in Gaza, said Ding.

However, the US deliberately avoids discussion of the connection between the Red Sea crisis and the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, attempting to portray them as isolated events and only emphasizing the illegality and harm caused by the Houthi armed group.

On Wednesday, the UN Security Council held its first open meeting on the continuing attacks by Houthi rebels in the Red Sea, during which Geng Shuang, China’s deputy permanent representative to the UN, said that the current tensions in the Red Sea are one of the manifestations of the spillover effects of the conflict in Gaza.

“We call on the relevant party to cease assaulting civilian ships and respect and protect the freedom of navigation of all countries in the Red Sea. We believe that all parties, especially major countries with influence, need to play a constructive and responsible role in keeping the shipping lanes safe in the Red Sea,” said Geng.

Ding noted that the escalating Red Sea crisis is evolving into a global security challenge that requires a collective response from the international community. The US and Western countries, in particular, should avoid exacerbating the situation and refrain from using military means to solve the Red Sea crisis and the Yemen issue.

Strengthening international coordination and seeking a political solution should be the international consensus for resolving the Red Sea crisis, said Ding.

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