It was on 24th April 1970, China- People’s Republic of China –CNSA –China National Space Administration have successfully launched their first Earth orbiting satellite Dongfanghong One… in which it was launched at Jiuquan Satellite launch Center.. Located in the Dongfeng Aerospace City in Ejin Banner of Inner Mongolia Jiuquan in Gansu Province China… from that years onwardly in 2016- April 24th following it establish “China Space Day”…. In the past 730 days, we have witnessed miracles, reviewed classics, and recorded good things. On the future, we invite you to walk together and witness the better future of China’s aerospace. “
During that day of the 5othYear anniversary Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center organizes aerospace war flag transmission event On April 24th, # 第五 中国 宇宙 …….. the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center held the “inheriting the spirit of aerospace and winning 2020”-commemorating the successful launch of the “Dongfanghong-1” satellite 50 Anniversary and space battle flag banners in celebrating at the very launch site in with celebrating activities, 15 space battle flags are based on 15 iconic achievements made by the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center Group among with the women and men from past and presently there in recreating that moment in time..
In which during that day it there was open to the public Wenchang SpaceCraft Launch Site, Hainan Province – China- People’s Republic of China….. in which the Space launch center was Founded in 2009, mainly responsible for geosynchronous orbit satellites, massive polar orbit satellites, large tonnage space stations and deep space exploration Launcher mission. The Long March 7 launch vehicle was launched for the first time on June 25, 2016, and the Long March 5 launch vehicle was launched for the first time on November 3, 2016, with great success. ….
Unlike the space centers on the mainland whose rail tracks are too narrow to transport the new five meter core boosters, Wenchang uses its sea port for deliveries. Initial launches of the CZ-5 booster from Wenchang were, as of early 2008, expected in 2014, one year after the intended commissioning of the Wenchang Launch Site They were later shifted to 2016. The CZ-5B (max payload to LEO) variant will fly around 2018 But CZ-5 carrier rocket was already shipped from North China’s Tianjin port at 20 September 2015 for a rehearsal (some drills carried out on the launch pad that involves both the carrier rocket and a probe) of a scheduled Chang’e-5 lunar mission planned around 2019. …. The construction of the site was completed by October 2014. The first launch took place successfully at 20:00, 25 June 2016…
So far, the “Long March” series of launch vehicles have been launched six times sending multiples test loads, satellites of homemade also commercially internationally and spacecraft’s in which such as the multipurpose spacecraft command module and the Tainzhou one cargo spacecraft into space.. Now with long range mission in which towards more lunar missions unmanned- manned wised… Also with the first Martian Rover landing mission ….also it’s the base of the launch to deployment of the Belt and Road initiative CSS-China Space Station… In which in collaboration with it partners …..
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