20 October 2019
China Rocket Co., Ltd released its commercial carrier rockets research and development plan in Beijing on 19 October. As introduced by President of China Rocket Co., Ltd Tang Yagang, the new series, classified into solid-propellant and liquid-propellant carrier rockets, will satisfy the improving commercial payload in-orbit demands. The solid-propellant carrier rockets Smart Dragon-2 (SD-2) and SD-3 are expected to conduct flight tests in 2020 and 2021, respectively.
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18 October 2019
i-Space' Hyperbola 2 made its first public appearance at the ongoing 2019 Zhongguancun Forum in Beijing on 18 October. It will be launched for the first time in 2021. Hyperbola 2 uses liquid oxygen-methane propellants and its primary stage can be reused, reducing more than 70 percent of the rocket production cost.
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18 October 2019
A new communication technology experiment satellite was launched by a Long March-3B carrier rocket from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in Xichang, southwest China's Sichuan Province, on 17 October 2019 at 23:21 h (Beijing Time). The satellite will be mainly used for multi-band and high-speed communication technology experiments.
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17 October 2019
Satellite images of China's North are showing solar farms, agriculture areas, natural vegetation over the saisons and efforts to green the deserts.
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17 October 2019
China is preparing for the upcoming high-density space missions to construct China's space station, and the Long March-5B carrier rocket, set to launch capsules for the space station, is expected to make its maiden flight in 2020. China is also selecting new astronauts for space station missions. After the construction of the station is completed, China welcomes overseas astronauts to work together with domestic astronauts aboard China's space station. International spacecraft can also be docked with China's space station if they use a Chinese docking mechanism, Zhou Jianping newly appointed Chief Designer of China's manned space programme said.
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15 October 2019
Yang Liwei made the remarks at the 16th anniversary of his mission into space aboard the Shenzhou 5 spacecraft on 15 October 2003, according to the China Manned Space Agency. "China has started to develop the key technologies related to manned lunar landing. It would be exciting to see Chinese astronauts stepping onto the extraterrestrial object." Yang said. Yang takes part in training every week and undergoes regular examinations. "Like all the other Chinese astronauts, I'm ready for the nation's call." said Yang.
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