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深蓝航天  Deep Blue Limited – Deep Blue Aerospace One of sixty Chinese private space Carrier Rocket Companies in China-People’s Republic of China…  As many of sixty plus Private Rocket Deep Blue Aerospace Co., Ltd. was established in 2017. The company is mainly a high-tech aerospace enterprise that focuses on the direction of liquid recovery and reusable launch vehicles and provides users with commercial launch services. Deep Blue Aerospace Co., Ltd. is headquartered in Nantong City, Jiangsu Province. At the same time, the company has rocket general and liquid engine R&D centers in Yizhuang, Beijing and Xi’an, Shaanxi, respectively, and a rocket power system test base in Tongchuan, Shaanxi…..

On the Month of October- November 2023  Zhang Changwu, founder/CEO of Blue Arrow Aerospace As a guest speaker, attend this conference event of Aerospace Information Industry International Ecosystem Event 2023 It has finally been officially announced that Blue Arrow has developed the reusable Carrier Rocket  stainless steel Suzaku 3 rocket….  

Many people did not notice the details on. Blue Arrow disclosed for the first time its Suzaku 3, which will succeed Suzaku 2 Carrier Rocket – Reusable Carrier Rocket. Launch vehicle.

Judging from the picture, the one-time launch to low-Earth orbit has a transport capacity of 20 tons, the recovery area is 16.5 tons (not necessarily at sea), and the return transport capacity is 11 tons. Two-stage design, stainless steel storage tank, the diameter should be more than 4 meters by comparison, and it is suspected that 7 engines (maybe 9) are stuffed inside. First stage with grille rudder with deployable landing legs.

The railway transportation limit made by the Shanghai Institute is 3.8 meters. If it is 4 meters higher, it is equivalent to killing the possibility of inland launch? Or is there another way? After all, Landspace Blue Arrow spent a lot of effort on the launch pad in Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center, Inner Mongolia, China, and People’s Republic of China. , so it is unlikely that they will be abandoned. What do you think?

Blue Arrow originally wanted to go to IAC for a press conference, but it was later cancelled for some reason. This time in China, it was taken the opportunity to release. There is nothing unexpected about the overall design. Perhaps the only exception is the use of stainless steel. It is the first mainstream private aerospace company in China to officially announce the use of stainless steel.

General Manager Changwu of Blue Arrow shared that no matter what, I have always recognized Blue Arrow’s hard work and development in the field of China’s commercial space launch vehicles, and I am grateful for its efforts and contributions to the commercialization of China’s launch vehicles. I will always believe in it. , as long as you keep working hard like this, @LANDSPACE Blue Arrow Aerospace will be realized sooner or later.

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