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donors exceeded 104,000 – more than three times the number for 2015, according to the center.
Last year, 6,302 people donated organs after death in China, an increase of 22 percent compared with 2017. About 20,200 tr
ansplant surgeries were completed last year, an increase of 21 percent compared with 2017, ranking the seco
nd in the world after the United States, according to the National Health Commission.
On average, 6.8 of every 1 million people donated organs after death or while alive for their relatives in Ch
ina last year, a record high, according to the China National Organ Donation and Transplantation Committee.
Guo Yanhong, deputy chief for medical administration and supervision at the National Hea
lth Commission, said that with an increasing number of organ transplant surgeries performed, Chinese phys
icians are also making progress in organ transplant technologies, and a number of world-class centers in trans
plant surgeries, covering major organs such as livers, kidneys, hearts and lungs, have been established in China.
China has released 11.25 million spectra – keys for understanding the properties of celestia
l bodies – acquired by the Large Sky Area Multi-Object Fiber Spectroscopic Telescope to astronomers worldwide.
As the world’s largest spectral survey telescope, LAMOST marks the world’
s first spectral survey project to obtain more than 10 million spectra, which will give
insights into chemical compositions, densities, atmospheres and magnetism of celestial bodies.
Among the data, there are 9.37 million high-quality spectra, twice the total number of other astronomic surveys intern
ationally. There are also 6.36 million stellar spectra, creating the largest stellar parameter catalog in the wor
ld, according to the National Astronomical Observatories of China of the Chinese Academy of Sciences on Friday.
Finished in 2008, LAMOST began regular surveys in 2012. The telescope is located in Natio
nal Astronomical Observatories of China’s Xinglong Observatory, in north China’s Hebei province.