Talk:China National Space Administration
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questions that one could try to find the answers to
If anyone out there wants to play amateur CIA analyst. Here is your chance. Much of the information on this page is probably wrong. Here are some questions that one could try to find the answers to:
- What is the relationship between CNSA, COSTIND, or the State Science and Technology Commission or the China Academy of Sciences. It's not clear to me if CNSA is directly under the State Council or if it is under COSTIND. That makes a big difference because if it is under COSTIND, it has a much higher military flavor than SSTC or under the State Council?
- CNSA states: "The Ninth NPC assigned CNSA as an internal structure of the Commission of Science, Technology and Industry for National Defense (COSTIND)."
- What are the actual powers of CNSA? Is it mainly a liason agency like the Ministry of National Defense or does it have any real power?
- What can we find out about the staff of CNSA?
- What is the relationship between the civilian space program and the People's Liberation Army? My current theory is that the PRC is trying to actively model the Chinese defense industry on the American one. So the PLA has no direct control or supervision over the civilian space program, but because the PLA and the CNSA both contract to CALT, and CASTC, that civilian and military experience get exchanged back and forth. My current theory is that one can see the Chinese space program as moving from a Soviet style system to an American one.
- I know im a geek, but jezz it looks allot like the starfleet symbols they use on star trek! MattyC3350 (talk) 06:00, 26 September 2008 (UTC)
- Meaning of logo is added. Is a new page for the logo needed? --Playcod (talk) 20:18, 14 May 2009 (UTC)
- Shouldn't this say something about the similarity to the Starfleet logo? I realize there is a real explanation, but it really DOES look like the same one. I've heard alot of people talk about it, and I think it should at least be mentioned. 18.104.22.168 (talk) 16:52, 11 May 2010 (UTC)
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