China has launched the first module of a space station and plans to have astronauts inside it to start woking in about a month.
In Astronomy SE they've already started calling it the "Chinese Space Station" or "CSS"
- This answer to Details on the telescope(s) on the Chinese Space Station 天和
- and there's a
cssttag for the CSS Telescope
To my surprise and chagrin, publications by Chinese academics do cite this kind of naming (e.g. CSS-OS and CSST)
- Cosmology from the Chinese Space Station Optical Survey (CSS-OS)
- Testing photometric redshift measurements with filter definition of the Chinese Space Station Optical Survey (CSS-OS)
Question: In the west, are there official names for the final space station and the current module?