At 1019 Hours Morning Hong Kong Beijing Time on a very clear 5th November 2021 Friday 2021, China- People’s Republic of China- CNSA –China National Space Administration Successfully launched the Long March 6 Chang Zheng 6 carrier rocket at the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center Shanxi Province China successfully launched Long March – Chang Zheng 6 carrier rocket at the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center to successfully integrate the Sustainable Development Science Satellite 1 – SDGSAT-1, also known as Guangmu Earth Science Satellite The satellite was sent into a predetermined orbit, and the launch mission was a complete…. The mission is the 395th flight of the Chang Zheng -Long March series of carrier rockets …. In which the scientific satellite that will help meet the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)…..
The Chang Zheng -Long March 6 and Yao-8 Launch Vehicle The Chang Zheng – Long March 6 launch vehicle is a cryogenic liquid three-stage launch vehicle developed by the Eighth Academy of Aerospace Science and Technology Group. It has the ability to launch multiple types of satellites with different orbital requirements and can be implemented. Launched by a single or multiple satellites with a single arrow, its sun-synchronous circular orbit carrying capacity can reach 1.0 tons (orbital height of 700 kilometers). …..
Launching the 广目 Geoscience Satellite Launch Success Four battles and four victories! Today’s launch is the fourth launch of the Long March 6 carrier rocket this year. So far, the Long March 6 has successfully completed the annual launch mission of this model. This launch is the 395th launch of the Long March series of carrier rockets, the 144th flight test of the Long March series of carrier rockets developed by the Eighth Academy of Sciences, and the 8th launch of the Long March 6 carrier rocket.
Guangmu Earth Science Satellite Launched Successfully Sustainable Development Science Satellite 1 (SDGSAT-1, also known as Guangmu Earth Science Satellite) is the world’s first scientific satellite dedicated to serving the “United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development” and also the Chinese Academy of Sciences The first earth science satellite was developed by the Institute of Microsatellite Innovation of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, with the Shanghai Institute of Technical Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Changchun Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics, Institute of Aerospace Information Innovation and National Space Science Center as the main participating units.
The satellite project is included in the management of the “Space Science Pilot Project”, and the International Research Center for Sustainable Development Big Data (CBAS) serves as the main user of the satellite. The satellite has developed a dedicated platform for earth science satellites and three payloads: Thermal Infrared Imager (TIS), Urban Low-light Imager (GIU) and Offshore Multi-spectral Imager (MII). Human activities are carried out through satellite all-day coordinated observations. The precise detection of regional “energy consumption, human settlements, coastal and port environment”, to achieve the fine description of “traces of human activities”, to quantify the interaction between humans and nature, and to provide monitoring, evaluation and scientific research for the realization of the global sustainable development goals Data support. This mission is the 39th satellite launch of the Institute of Microsatellite Innovation, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Up to now, 75 satellites have been successfully launched, including manned space companion satellites, remote sensing 30 satellites, BeiDou navigation satellites, dark matter particle detection satellites, quantum science experimental satellites, and global carbon dioxide monitoring satellites, covering communications, navigation, remote sensing, and science. And micro-nano and other fields.
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