Two astronauts from Shenzhou-12 have successfully completed the second space walk in the country’s history on Saturday.
China’s first space walk was made in 27th September 2008 during the Shenzhou-7 mission where Zhai Zhigang spent 20 minutes outside the spacecraft.
Three astronauts blasted off ground last month to become TianGong’s station first crew, spending 3 months in the station.
Two of them were tasked to elevating a panoramic camera and testing the station’s robotic arm.
Liu Boming, the first who stepped out of the station, he exclaimed: “Wow, it’s too beautiful out here.”
Tiangong’s construction is a major step in China’s ambitious space programme, which has seen the nation land a rover on Mars and send probes to the Moon.