A successful launch on midday 1203 Hong Kong- Beijing time on 19th May 2021 CNSA –China National Space Administration launching from one of its many launch Complexes from China used the Long March 4B – Chang Zheng 4B carrier rocket at the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center – Inner Mongolia- China-People’s Republic of China…
In which China successfully launched the remote sensing satellite OCEAN 2D Marine Earth Satellite by using the Long March 4B carrier rocket at the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center.in which successfully placing the satellite enters a predetermined orbit……with a violent roar, the Long March 4B carrier rocket lifted the Ocean II D star into the sky. , And then the satellite successfully entered the scheduled orbit, and the launch was a complete success. The Ocean-2D satellite is the third operational satellite of the national civil space infrastructure marine dynamic environment exploration satellite series. It was developed by the Fifth Academy of China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation. It has a variety of functions, and the satellite designers kindly used its functions. It is summed up as “catching wind, surveying the sea, examining boats, collecting records”.
Ocean-2D satellite in orbit mainly realizes high-precision, high-resolution real-time observation of sea surface height, effective wave height, and sea surface wind field. It has the capability of global ship identification, and can receive, store and forward buoys in my country’s offshore and other sea areas. The measurement data provides important support for my country’s marine disaster prevention and mitigation, meteorology, transportation, environmental construction and scientific applications in which also of too country’s Ocean Power Environment Satellite Constellation with Ocean-2B and Ocean-2C, and is mainly used to observe sea surface wind fields. , Sea surface height, effective wave height, gravity field and ocean circulation, etc., will provide strong support for sea condition forecasting, storm warning, precipitation forecasting, surface analysis and global climate change research
. This launch is the 370th launch of the Long March series of carrier rockets.
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