On autumn’s afternoon day 15:12 on November 7th, 2020 Galactic Energy one of many sixty plus Chinese Private Carrier Rocket Companies , launched The Ceres 1 carrier rocket successfully made its maiden flight at the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center Inner Mongolia of China- People’s republic of China .. Launching successfully from one of many CNSA – China National Space Administration launch Complexes, and successfully delivered The 50-kilogram Tianqi-11 satellite of the Apocalypse Constellation track. The Ceres-1 launch vehicle is a small solid commercial launch vehicle developed by Beijing Galaxy Power Equipment Technology Co., Ltd., which can meet the launch requirements of low-Earth orbit micro-satellites. The Tianqi-11 satellite Apocalypse Constellation launched on board is a component of the Apocalypse Internet of Things constellation. It is mainly used to provide data collection and transmission services. Shanghai Aerospace Science and Technology Co., Ltd. and Beijing Guodian High-tech Co., Ltd. are responsible for the development and application…..
Ceres One is a Solid Propellant Launch Vehicle – Named after the first asteroid discovered by humans. Ceres is the goddess of agriculture and harvest in Roman mythology. Ceres-1 is the first solid propellant launch vehicle of Galactic Energy, and it is the main carrier rocket type for narrow-band Internet of things network construction and constellation supplement launch.
As for tracking the Maiden flight of the Galactic Energy Ceres one carrier one rocket Menghai Observation and Control Station of Xi’an Satellite Measurement and Control Center successfully completed the measurement and control mission of Ceres 1 Yaoyi launch vehicle] “Menghai found the target!” At 15:12 on November 7, 2020, my country used Ceres 1 remote control at Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center A carrier rocket successfully sent the Tianqi-11 satellite of the Apocalypse Constellation into a predetermined orbit. After the rocket lifted off, the Menghai Observation and Control Station of the Xi’an Satellite Observation and Control Center discovered the state of the rocket in time and successfully completed the launch observation and control mission
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