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Fei Junlong at 24th Planetary Congress of Association of Space Explorers, Moscow, BMSTU, September 6, 2011
May 5, 1965 |
|Other occupation||Fighter pilot|
|Time in space||4 days, 19 hours, 33 min|
|Selection||Chinese Group 1|
Colonel Fei Junlong (simplified Chinese: 费俊龙; traditional Chinese: 費俊龍; pinyin: Fèi Jùnlóng) (born 1965) is a Chinese military pilot and an astronaut. He flew on the second manned spaceflight of the Shenzhou program.
He was born in Suzhou, Jiangsu province of China and was recruited from high school by the People's Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF) in 1982 at the age of 17. He graduated with excellent marks from the PLAAF's No. 9 Aviation School, the Changchun No.1 Flight College of the PLA Air Force and Flight Training School of the Air Force. In the PLAAF, he was a pilot, flight trainer and flight technology inspector.
Fèi was selected for the CNSA astronaut program in 1998. He was in the final five selected for the Shenzhou 5 flight. He was the commander on the Shenzhou 6 flight that launched October 12, 2005, with Niè Hǎishèng serving as flight engineer). They landed on October 17, 2005.
He was married in 1991 and has one son. During his personal time he dabbles in fine arts.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to FEI Junlong.|
- Fèi Jùnlóng at the Encyclopedia Astronautica. Accessed 23 July 2005.
- "New spacemen to become household names in manned space". Xinhua News Agency. 2005-10-12.
- Spacefacts biography of Fèi Jùnlóng