With Thursday's launch of the Shenzhou VII spaceship, China has now put six men in space... but no women. Yang Liwei, former astronaut and deputy director of the China Astronaut research and Training Center, says that female astronauts have not "been put on schedule" as of yet for the Chinese space program but that they are currently doing pre-research programs for female astronauts. He adds that "there is no problem with Chinese women becoming astronauts." If so, what's the hold up? Everyone should get a chance to slip into those awesome 1950s B-movie era spacesuits and be shot into space with the rest of their comrades. [Reuters]