China plans to launch its next manned space mission in June next year, state media reports.
A senior official in charge of the manned space programme said the three-person crew could be made up of a woman and two men.
China became only the third country to independently send a person into space in 2003, after the US and Russia.
The launch plan follows the flight of the Shenzhou 9 spacecraft, which returned to Earth in late June.
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