China-Icebreaker Xuelong 2/Service

China's polar icebreaker Xuelong 2 comes into service in east China

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Shanghai Municipality, east China - July 11, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of Chinese polar research vessel and icebreaker "Xuelong 2"
2. Zhao Yanping, captain of Xuelong 2, in control room
3. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Zhao Yanping, captain, Xuelong 2:
"After delivery, the vessel will conduct a scientific test voyage, which can test the performance of the vessel and whether the equipment works properly after the installation of the scientific research equipment. After the completion of the test voyage, we will immediately carry out China's 36th Antarctic expedition."
4. Various of control board
5. Various of rooms on Xuelong 2
6. Meeting room
7. Bathroom
8. Gym
9. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Wu Gang, chief designer, Xuelong 2 (ending with shot 10):
"We have installed two thrusters at the stern, which works at 360 degrees. It can generate a huge thrust. When it turns 180 degrees, it can turn its stern into its bow. Therefore, the stern can also break the ice when it gets stuck."

Shanghai Municipality, east China - Recent (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
10. Various of animation of Xuelong 2

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China's first domestically-built polar research vessel and icebreaker "Xuelong 2" came into official service on Thursday in east China's Shanghai Municipality.

The vessel was delivered to the Polar Research Institute of China for further use.

After being put into use, it will further expand the scope of Chinese research in the South Pole and the North Pole, providing great assistance for obtaining data for the scientific community.

"After delivery, the vessel will conduct a scientific test voyage, which can test the performance of the vessel and whether the equipment works properly after the installation of the scientific research equipment. After the completion of the test voyage, we will immediately carry out China's 36th Antarctic expedition," said Zhao Yanping, captain of the vessel.

The vessel has two-direction ice breaking capabilities with both its bow and stern. It mainly breaks through the ice with its bow in daily scientific research tasks, and can also break ice with its stern in case of an emergency.

"We have installed two thrusters at the stern, which works at 360 degrees. It can generate a huge thrust. When it turns 180 degrees, it can turn its stern into its bow. Therefore, the stern can also break the ice when it gets stuck," said Wu Gang, the chief designer of the vessel.

Apart from the powerful thrusters, the vessel is also equipped with advanced ocean survey and observation equipment, which will become an important platform for China to conduct polar environmental survey and scientific research.

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China-Icebreaker Xuelong 2/Service

China's polar icebreaker Xuelong 2 comes into service in east China

Dateline : July 11, 2019/Recent

Location : Shanghai,China

Duration : 2'22

  • English
  • العربية
  • Español


Shanghai Municipality, east China - July 11, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of Chinese polar research vessel and icebreaker "Xuelong 2"
2. Zhao Yanping, captain of Xuelong 2, in control room
3. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Zhao Yanping, captain, Xuelong 2:
"After delivery, the vessel will conduct a scientific test voyage, which can test the performance of the vessel and whether the equipment works properly after the installation of the scientific research equipment. After the completion of the test voyage, we will immediately carry out China's 36th Antarctic expedition."
4. Various of control board
5. Various of rooms on Xuelong 2
6. Meeting room
7. Bathroom
8. Gym
9. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Wu Gang, chief designer, Xuelong 2 (ending with shot 10):
"We have installed two thrusters at the stern, which works at 360 degrees. It can generate a huge thrust. When it turns 180 degrees, it can turn its stern into its bow. Therefore, the stern can also break the ice when it gets stuck."

Shanghai Municipality, east China - Recent (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
10. Various of animation of Xuelong 2


China's first domestically-built polar research vessel and icebreaker "Xuelong 2" came into official service on Thursday in east China's Shanghai Municipality.

The vessel was delivered to the Polar Research Institute of China for further use.

After being put into use, it will further expand the scope of Chinese research in the South Pole and the North Pole, providing great assistance for obtaining data for the scientific community.

"After delivery, the vessel will conduct a scientific test voyage, which can test the performance of the vessel and whether the equipment works properly after the installation of the scientific research equipment. After the completion of the test voyage, we will immediately carry out China's 36th Antarctic expedition," said Zhao Yanping, captain of the vessel.

The vessel has two-direction ice breaking capabilities with both its bow and stern. It mainly breaks through the ice with its bow in daily scientific research tasks, and can also break ice with its stern in case of an emergency.

"We have installed two thrusters at the stern, which works at 360 degrees. It can generate a huge thrust. When it turns 180 degrees, it can turn its stern into its bow. Therefore, the stern can also break the ice when it gets stuck," said Wu Gang, the chief designer of the vessel.

Apart from the powerful thrusters, the vessel is also equipped with advanced ocean survey and observation equipment, which will become an important platform for China to conduct polar environmental survey and scientific research.

ID : 8115721

Published : 2019-07-11 14:30

Last Modified : 2019-07-11 18:18:49

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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