During the late month of October 2019, in the Zhongguancun Forum in Beijing in which it was announced in development to rapid launching commercially mobile launch carrier ready in the iSpace Launch Calendar of year 2021..
In production of the Hyperbola two reusable carrier rocket, during each launch cycle it reduces seventy percent of the production cost per launch…. As in the beginning of the On a very fine Thursday 25th July 2019 1300 hours Beijing Time, iSpace, have successfully launched two satellites in orbit…. Launching the Hyperbolic One twenty meter Carrier Rocket, from its unique launch platform, in which with a weight of thirty metric tonnes in which is making up is in three solid fuel stages the fourth is a liquid fuel propulsion system… in which has a payload capabilities of 260 kg into an orbit of five hundred meters attitude into SSO –Sun Synchronous Orbit.. In which on that 25th July 2019, it launched a dual payload satellites into orbit…..
The Hyperbola two is a twenty eight meter tall, lengthwise Reusable Carrier Rocket, in which has a take-off weight of ninety tonnes In lifting capacity of payloads of 1.9 tonnes to LEO- Low Earth Orbit in which the reusability is high rapid capacity deployment of payload satellite deployment mobile from a Mobile launcher platform in which gives the most suited position to reach the best launch trajectory towards the best orbit In which it comes with two stages one primary reusable carrier stage one secondary that will be the remain delivery vehicle of deployment.
Following the innovations of the successive Long March Carrier rocket series for Commercial usage, it’s the first inhouse brand of the CASC –China Aerospace Science And Technology Corporation… to diverse what its learnt of the Long March Carrier Rocket Series.. Then introducing it in house carrier rocket series named Dragon in which are two series Jielong and Tenglong…..
The new series CASC –China Aerospace Science And Technology Corporation is branded present in two series At present, the product is planned as “Jielong” solid fuel commercial launch vehicle series and “Tenglong” liquid fuel commercial launch vehicle series. It mainly meets the increasing demand for commercial load at home and abroad as emerging international sciences, Communications markets….
During this month October 2019, Expace a company of China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation(CASIC),as their commercial launch vehicles private Chinese Space Carrier Rocket Company in which is one of many sixty plus private space companies in the people’s Republic of China.. In which Expace is in production in of assembly to launch the two sets of Carrier Rockets the Kuaizhou Carrier Rockets.. for the late October – November fourth quarter year launch calendar…
Both Kuaizhou Carrier Rockets, are solid fuel carrier rockets are in which there method of deployment and launch complexes are mobile, in which launching from a mobile launcher with erector launcher vehicle.. In which are both launched at the Jiuquan LA-4 launch complex at Jiuquan Satellite launch Centre at the Dongfeng Aerospace City, Inner Mongolia of the Gobi Desert..
One of the launches from the same Kuaizhou Carrier Rockets rocket type in one launching the Jilin-1 GF-02A advance high resolution satellite, the other is a set of twelve Cube- Nano satellites into SSO – Sun synchronous Orbit…..
Launching is the within the payload successfully is an experimental advance communications satellite, known as experimental Testing Satellite Number four- TJSW number four , its provision is for the of multi-band and high-rate satellite communication technologies… in which this mission is the three hundredth fifteenth launching for the iconic Long March Carrier Rocket series The Carrier Rocket Long March 3B- 3B/E plus YZ1- YuanZheng one the secondary stage, is one of CNSA’s major reliable unmanned work trucks…Manufactured in China’s ancient capital Xi’an by China CALT – China Academy of Launch Vehicle Rocket Technology…
On 28th September 2019, in which was the thirty two year anniversary of the airing date for Star Trek the Next Generation in which featured the pilot episode of Encounter at Far point, in which takes place after the crew of Captain Kirk command the Constitution Class USS Enterprise in which seventy years later it’s the Galaxy Class Enterprise commanded by Captain Picard..
SpaceX – On which that day 28th September 2019 in a Cameron County Texas, marks a testing starting point of the process of a newly development towards a larger reusable launcher carrier rocket in which it was named the Big Falcon Rocket a reusable in which it has its own classification of as a Starship Super Heavy Lift Launch Vehicle.. In which designed as a multi-purpose vehicle akiness of the Space Shuttle… Functioning as Mars Colonization, Earth Lunar Transportation, Multiplanetary Transport, Intercontinental transport, orbital launcher, with space tourism… in which also acts as a mass satellite deployment device… The design comes with two staging the carrier rocket with the secondary stage, in which with all a reusable landing mechanisms….
In which the length of the Starship is least fifty meters, with the Super Heavy the primary stage has the length of sixty eight meters each with the new advance Raptor engines of a cluster of thirty seven as with the StarShip module has a cluster of six..
During the past few months it was also the testing lift off to landing of the propulsion unit of its newly developed Raptors Engines a larger version of the Merlin engines with a length of the fifty meters, with a body diameter of nine meters with a ship dry mass of eighty five tonnes.. Designed out from advance stainless steel shell… In which resists high temperatures, with rugged ceramic tiles for re-entry maximum heat areas in which the heat shield is designed for long term with low maintenance support rapid production and installation…
With the primary stage the Super Heavy with six landing legs, thirty seven raptor engines with a body diameter of nine meters, ship length of sixty eight meters, using the experiences on the Falcon Heavy reusable carrier rocket… in which it should be interesting to see how its variants differ with engine cluster increase depending on mission types.. In which during the process there’s infrastructure on ground and in space that supports the various mission types towards the various classifications… In which for interplanetary in between the planets earth and Mars there’s a secondary vessel of the same type but a refueling StarShip in which will refuel at orbit before making outwards towards Mars or towards interplanetary within the Solar System for exploration, tourism, population placement..
SATELLITES SpaceX’s Starship and Super Heavy rocket are designed to deliver satellites to Earth orbit and beyond, at a lower marginal cost per launch than our current Falcon vehicles. With a 9m diameter forward payload compartment, larger than any other current or planned fairing, Starship creates possibilities for new missions, including space telescopes even larger than the James Webb….. SPACE STATION MISSIONS………Starship can deliver both cargo and people to and from the International Space Station. Starship’s forward payload volume is about 1,100 m3, providing significant capacity for in-space activities. The aft cargo containers can also host a variety of payloads…….. MOON MISSIONS…..Returning to the Moon and developing bases to support future space exploration requires the transport of large amounts of cargo to the Moon for research and human spaceflight development. The fully reusable Starship system is capable of supporting this effort by carrying the building blocks needed to enable a Moon base and by informing the development of propulsive landing systems to help realize this future….. INTERPLANETARY TRANSPORT……Building Moon bases and Mars cities will require affordable delivery of significant quantities of cargo and people. The fully reusable Starship system uses in-space propellant transfer to enable the delivery of over 100t of useful mass to the surface of the Moon or Mars. This system is designed to ultimately carry as many as 100 people on long-duration, interplanetary flights.