2021-05-07

The Chang Er C rocket successfully launched multiple satellites with one arrow to verify the control technology of the fairing debris landing area

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China News Service, Beijing, May 7th (Guo Chaokai) At 2:11 on May 7th, Beijing time, China successfully launched the Remote Sensing 30th Group 08 satellites using the Long March 2C carrier rocket at the Xichang Satellite Launch Center Lift off, the satellite enters a predetermined orbit.

Remote Sensing No. 30, Group 08 satellites adopt a multi-satellite networking mode, which is mainly used to carry out electromagnetic environment detection and related technical tests.

The mission also launched 12 stars in the constellation of Apocalypse. The 12 stars of the Apocalypse Constellation are a component of the Apocalypse Internet of Things constellation and are mainly used to provide data collection and transmission services.

The Chang Er C rocket successfully launched multiple satellites with one arrow to verify the control technology of the fairing debris landing area

Long March 2 carrying out the launch mission The C carrier rocket is China’s first “Gold Medal Rocket” developed by the China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology affiliated to China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation. It has the longest service time, the widest range of uses, and the most types of missions. It is mainly used for launching low orbits and the sun. Synchronous orbit satellites can perform missions at the three launch sites of Xichang, Jiuquan and Taiyuan.

In this mission, the rocket fairing is equipped with an altimeter combination, which is used to measure the height change and some attitude information during the separation of the fairing and reentry into the atmosphere, and continue to promote the “parachute-based fairing” The research on “Wreck Landing Area Control Technology” provides a reference for the design and improvement of subsequent rocket landing area control schemes.

This mission is the 369th flight of the Long March series of carrier rockets. (End)