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China denies attempting to get U.S. space data

China Tuesday denied it had illicitly sought technical data for space launch vehicles from the United States, after a physicist from Virginia pleaded guilty to illegally exporting the information to China. The U.S. Justice Department said Monday that Shu Quan-Sheng, 68, a China native who is a naturalized U.S. citizen, entered the guilty plea in federal court in Norfolk, Virginia. Shu admitted that from 2003 through October of 2007 he violated the U.S. arms export control law by providing China with assistance in the design and development of a cryogenic fueling system for space launch vehicles. Full Story

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