I just saw edits for the wiki and wiki excerpt for the newly coined tag that was first added to Details on the telescope(s) on the Chinese Space Station 天和

I reflexively rejected these edits

The space station is not officially named the "Chinese Space Station" so the telescope is not officially named "The Chinese Space Station Telescope"

But much to my surprise and chagrin this naming convention has been adopted by Chinese academics:

where both Chinese Space Station Telescope or CSST, and Chinese Space Station Optical Survey or CSS-OS are used as apparently well-accepted names and acronymizations.

Question: I don't think I can retract my recommendations to reject those edits, so should a few more users vote to accept the tag wiki and excerpt quickly to ensure that nobody else follows my lead and rejects them?

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    $\begingroup$ Oops! Reading this 5 days too late... $\endgroup$
    – WarpPrime
    May 14, 2021 at 2:04

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It's been done, thanks!


Questions regarding the CSST, aka the Chinese Space Station Telescope or Xuntian.


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