03 August 2021
The flight test of the third Hyperbola 1 commercial carrier rocket was unsuccessful. Abnormal performance was identified during the flight of the rocket, which lifted off from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Centre in northwest China at 15:39 BJT on 3 August. The satellite, carried by the rocket, did not enter orbit as scheduled
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02 August 2021
This week, Blaine Curcio and Jean Deville discus iSpace's asymmetrical Hyperbola-3A medium lift rocket, also the first 5G network and LEO broadband satellite integration test performed in Jinan and Beijing as well as the mystery around the YF-90 (Long March 9) engine.
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01 August 2021
Space-tracking ship Yuanwang 3 returned to its homeport in east China's Jiangsu Province on 1 August after completing a new round of maritime monitoring missions. During those missions, Yuanwang 3 supported the early operation phase for the Fengyun 3E meteorological satellite.
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30 July 2021
CNSA has released the online database of Chang'e-5's 2nd batch of the lunar samples. Researchers and the public can access the Lunar and Deep Space Exploration Scientific Data and Sample Release System via the website https://moon.bao.ac.cn/moonSampleMode/index.html, where they can apply for data and samples.
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31 July 2021
Two sets of the antennas on the Chinese Space Station were crafted by the National University of Defense Technology (NUDT) in central China's Changsha City. The engineers in the university have been developing space antennas for more than a decade. In 2014, a new type of antennas project was launched with the aim of securing a higher data rate for voice and image transmission. The expert team decided to build a soft, wearable antenna with cloth.
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30 July 2021
Mars rover Zhurong has reached an area with complex terrain. After exploring a second dune, Zhurong moved southward and arrived at the area full of rocks, impact craters and dunes, CNSA's Lunar Exploration and Space Programme Centre reported.
Ground control will complete the visual positioning and path planning based on the daily navigation terrain images taken by the rover, and control Zhurong to traverse the area safely. As of 30 July, the rover has worked on the surface of Mars for 75 Martian days and the orbiter has been in orbit for 372 days. Both are in good condition and function properly.
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