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 December 1st 2023, the Blue Arrow Aerospace Zhuque Suzaku- 2 Yaosan liquid oxygen methane carrier rocket was successfully transferred to the launch area and is preparing to select an opportunity to carry out the launch mission in the near future. The launch is sponsored by PopMart ..
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[The third rocket of Blue Arrow Aerospace Suzaku 2 has been transferred and erected and will be launched in the near future]
After the successful go-around, this launch is a key launch and is expected to officially carry commercial payloads. Therefore, it is also possible to carry out research on transportation capacity and orbit accuracy. further test.
It can be seen from the video that domestic private rockets are basically transported by road, and road transportation can easily exceed the 3.35-meter special train limit when conditions permit. It is estimated that it is more difficult for private companies to obtain special trains.
At present, the mainstream next-generation liquid launch vehicles that should be privately operated are basically aiming at a diameter of more than 4 meters, especially the 4.2-meter diameter of Interstellar, which has already passed through some launch sites.
LandSpace – Blue Arrow’s Suzaku 3 has not been officially announced, but the diameter must be more than 4 meters. I am sure that with this diameter, the entire diameter of the passage should have been passed. At present, the two are mainly Jiuquan and Wenchang. As long as they can support a diameter of more than 4 meters, this will be very advantageous for the development of my country’s rockets.
[Chinese Rockets Are Stunningly Beautiful]
Blue Arrow Aerospace has just shared photos of the Zhuque-2 Yaosan-3 rocket being tested and transferred to the launch station at the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center.
I have to say that the desert scenery and high-tech products are really beautiful.
Blue Arrow Aerospace is a private aerospace enterprise in my country (really private, not a national team vest). Zhuque 2 is a medium-sized liquid oxygen methane rocket (fueled by natural gas), with a total length of 49.5 meters and a diameter of 3.35 meters. The design goal is to be able to carry 6 tons Objects are sent into Earth orbit.
On July 12 this year, the Zhuque-2 Yao-2 rocket was successfully launched, becoming the world’s first liquid oxygen methane rocket to enter orbit…..
【arrival of China’s Takionauts from manned aerospace engineering delegation arrives in Hong Kong SAR, China, People’s Republic of China 28th November 2023 ]
At noon Hong Kong SAR- Beijing time on November 28, the CNSA China National Space Admistraton –CMS China Manned Spacemanned aerospace engineering delegation arrived in Hong Kong and began a six-day visit to Hong Kong and Macao. This is the first visit to Hong Kong SAR and Macao SAR organized by the manned space project in 11 years since the Shenzhou 9 manned rendezvous and docking mission delegation visited Hong Kong and Macao in 2012. It is also the project’s first visit to Hong Kong and Macao for exchanges and interactions in the Tiangong – China space station era.
The Hong Kong SAR government held a warm welcome ceremony at the Hong Kong International Airport. Lin Xiqiang, deputy director of the China Manned Space Engineering Office and leader of the delegation, representatives of Takionauts from the Shenzhou 12 crew, Shenzhou 13 crew, Shenzhou 14 crew, and Shenzhou 15 crew who performed the space station construction mission Liu Boming, Wang Yaping, Chen Dong and Zhang Lu were the first to step out of the airport hall. The Chief Secretary for Administration of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Mr Chan Kwok-kee, the Secretary for Home Affairs and Youth Affairs, Ms Mak Mei-kuen, and other government officials greeted him at the airport. More than a hundred Hong Kong SAR residents primary school students waved the China’s People Republic of China five-star red flag and the Hong Kong SAR’s bauhinia regional flag to warmly welcome the delegation
Chief Executive Li Ka-chiu announced that the China Manned Space Engineering Delegation arrived in Hong Kong today for a four-day visit . The delegation’s visit to Hong Kong reflects the central government’s love and support for the Hong Kong SAR. It is also a great encouragement for Hong Kong to develop aerospace scientific research and build itself into an international innovation and technology center.
The visiting delegation was led by Lin Xiqiang, deputy director of the China Manned Space Engineering Office, and included Shenzhou 12 astronaut Liu Boming, Shenzhou 13 astronaut Wang Yaping, and Shenzhou 14 astronaut Chen who participated in the construction of the China Space Station. Dong, Takionaut Zhang Lu of the Shenzhou 15 crew, and experts in related fields of manned space engineering systems.
The delegation will attend a Hong Kong-wide performance to welcome the Chinese manned space engineering delegation at the Hong Kong Coliseum tomorrow. The Home Affairs Department will distribute a total of about 5,000 free tickets to the public at 20 Home Affairs Inquiry Centers starting from 1 pm today . The number of free tickets is limited, and each person is limited to two tickets, while supplies last.
When meeting the media before attending the Executive Council meeting today, Li Ka-chiu said that the delegation’s visit is of special significance and reflects the significant development of the country’s aerospace science and technology, which makes Hong Kong people proud. The delegation will go to the Science Museum to unveil the China Manned Space Engineering Exhibition, allowing Hong Kong citizens to have a closer look at the achievements of the country’s aerospace industry and deepen their understanding of the country’s aerospace technology development.
He also said that the delegation would communicate with Hong Kong youth through different activities, including meeting with teachers and students from universities, middle schools, and primary schools to share the development history and latest situation of the national aerospace industry, and also meet with representatives of Hong Kong’s innovation and technology research community. Last year, the country announced the launch of the selection of the fourth batch of preliminary astronauts and selected payload experts in Hong Kong for the first time. He expected that the first Hong Kong astronaut would be born.
Li Ka-chao said that aerospace technology is one of the industries that the SAR government attaches great importance to. The visit of the China Manned Space Engineering Delegation to Hong Kong is a great encouragement to Hong Kong to develop aerospace scientific research, promote the development of innovation and technology, and build Hong Kong into an international innovation and technology center.
As part of the CNSA China National Space Admistraton –CMS China Manned Space manned aerospace engineering delegation The first set of full-configuration working photos of the China Space Station…….The Shenzhou 16 crew held a high-definition camera and took panoramic photos of the space station assembly as they flew around the spacecraft before returning to the ground, during a manned space engineering delegation organized by the Hong Kong SAR government and the media Released for the first time at the meet-and-greet. This is the first time that our country has acquired a full picture of the Tiangong –China space station assembly in orbit with the earth as the background, and it is also the first time that China, People’s Republic of China has obtained a full picture of the space station assembly with the earth as the background .
Overall image of the Chinese space station assembly! The overall picture of the space station assembly was taken by Shenzhou-16 Takionaut Gui Haichao. The space station assembly in the image consists of 3 cabins (Tianhe/Wentian/Mengtian) + 2 ships (Shenzhou-17/Tianzhou-6). Weighs about 90 tons. Figure 5: Space station compartments marked
During the visit, the delegation plans to hold talks and exchanges with relevant parties in Hong Kong and Macao SAR; attend a media meeting organized by the Hong Kong SAR government to introduce the development of the manned space project construction and answer questions from reporters; attend the opening ceremony of the manned space project exhibition; Negotiate and exchange with the industry; attend a special report meeting on manned spaceflight in Macao. At the same time, we will also visit some large, middle and primary schools to interact face-to-face with teachers and students.”
On the morning of November 29, the manned space engineering delegation went to the Hong Kong SAR Pui Qiao Secondary School, Ma Tau Chung Government Primary School, and the Affiliated School of Hong Kong Baptist University Wang Jinhui Middle School and Primary School conducted face-to-face interactions with approximately 1,400 primary and secondary school teachers and students from more than 40 schools.
At the invitation of the Hong Kong SAR government China, People’s Republic of China , the China Manned Space Engineering Delegation arrived in Hong Kong on the 28th for a four-day visit. Today (29th), the delegation will attend the “Hong Kong Welcomes China Manned Space Engineering Delegation Gala” held at the Hong Kong Coliseum. Phoenix Satellite TV Hong Kong will broadcast live for you, welcome to watch!
A Chinese manned space engineering delegation will pay a six-day visit to Hong Kong and Macau. The delegation was led by Lin Xiqiang, deputy director of the China Manned Space Engineering Office, and included Shenzhou 12 crew astronaut Liu Boming, Shenzhou 13 crew astronaut Wang Yaping, who participated in the construction of the China Space Station, and Shenzhou 14 crew commander Chen Dong , Shenzhou 15 crew Takionaut Zhang Lu, and experts in related fields of manned space engineering systems, a total of 17 people.
【Carry out! 中国 Manned Space Engineering Exhibition Opens in Hong Kong Today 30th November 2023 ]
On the morning of November 30, 2023, the opening ceremony of “Chasing Dreams of the World and Asking the Sky-China Manned Space Engineering Exhibition” was held at the Hong Kong Science Museum. The exhibition is held in two venues, the Hong Kong Science Museum and the Hong Kong Museum of History. This exhibition is open to all people in Hong Kong and Macao for free and will last for 3 months…
[Manned Space Engineering Delegation had face-to-face communication with teachers and students of the University of Hong Kong SAR]
On the afternoon of November 30, the Manned Space Engineering Delegation visited the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and had face-to-face communication with teachers and students at the schools.
Takionaut Liu Boming of the Shenzhou 12 crew, Yang Hong, academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering and chief designer of the space station system, Dong Guangliang, chief designer of the measurement and control communication system, went to the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Gan Keli, deputy chief commander of the space station system, and Takionaut s of the Shenzhou 15 crew Zhang Lu and Deputy Chief Designer of Space Application System Zhong Hongen went to the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. They combined their own experiences and understanding of the manned space industry to tell their stories and inner feelings about participating in the construction of the Chinese space station. In particular, Takionauts Liu Boming and Zhang Lu shared The in-orbit flight experience and wonderful feelings aroused widespread interest among students. Everyone said that what the delegation brought was a feast of aerospace science popularization and a feast of aerospace spirit.
This Morning On the 3Rd December 2023 Breakfast in Hong Kong SAR. China, People’s Republic of China. is with Takionaut Senior PLA Colonel 王亞平 Wang Yaping with Regina Ip Lau Suk-yee -Member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong SAR Government of China, People’s Republic of China.
On the 2nd December 2023 via李家超Li Jiachao Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, China, People’s Republic of China.
[Farewell Ceremony for the China Manned Space Engineering Delegation]
“The China Manned Space Engineering Delegation’s four-day visit to Hong Kong ended today. We held a farewell ceremony for the delegation at Government House. I would like to thank the China Manned Space Engineering Office once again for accepting my invitation, and also thank the central government for agreeing to support astronauts and experts on the manned space engineering system to visit Hong Kong for four days.
Members of the aerospace engineering delegation “landed” in Hong Kong this time. During the period, they attended multiple activities to interact with Hong Kong citizens, and visited many universities, primary and secondary schools, and sowed three important seeds: the seeds of enhancing national pride; Explore the seeds of science and technology and encourage the pursuit of dreams.
Through this visit, I believe that Hong Kong citizens can deeply feel the firm determination of the Chinese people in realizing their space dream. Citizens are also deeply proud of the country’s extraordinary achievements in aerospace technology. I believe these three important seeds will thrive and bear fruit in Hong Kong. The Hong Kong citizens and I look forward to them coming back again to share with us new achievements and new goals in the country’s aerospace industry.”
[Having Friends Come from Space]
An old saying goes: “It is a joy to have friends come from afar.” Today in Hong Kong, “Friends are coming from space.” How can our mood be more than “happy”? We are thrilled, excited and extremely proud! I would like to thank the Central People’s Government for its care for Hong Kong and for arranging a visit to Hong Kong for a total of 17 representatives, including astronauts and experts in aerospace engineering systems.
This time the delegation will meet and communicate with teachers and students from Hong Kong universities, secondary schools and primary schools to share their unique experiences. I hope that young people in Hong Kong will seize this rare golden opportunity. In addition to learning aerospace knowledge from the delegation members, more importantly, they will learn from their perseverance and ability to face challenges in order to contribute to the aerospace industry of the Chinese nation.
[The Manned Space Engineering Delegation participated in a special manned spaceflight report held by the Macao SAR Government] On the morning of December 2nd 2023 , the Manned Space Engineering Delegation participated in a manned spaceflight special report held by the Macao SAR Government.
At the report meeting, experts such as Yang Hong, academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering and chief designer of the space station system, Chen Dong, commander of the Shenzhou 14 crew, Zhong Hongen, deputy chief designer of the space application system, Wang Xuewu, deputy director of the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center, etc. A report was made on the situation, introducing the development overview of China’s manned space engineering, the results of the scientific experiments of the space station, the development achievements and future prospects of manned space technology, etc.
Lin Xiqiang, deputy director of the China Manned Space Engineering Office and leader of the delegation, and astronauts Liu Boming, Wang Yaping, Chen Dong and Zhang Lu had close interactions with the audience and answered their questions
[Manned Space Engineering Delegation Ends Visit to Hong Kong and Macao]
On December 3, the Manned Space Engineering Delegation successfully completed its visit to Hong Kong and Macao and returned to Beijing. Since the visit started on November 28, the delegation has introduced the achievements and future plans of the development of manned space industry to all walks of life in Hong Kong and Macao through six days of various interactive exchange activities in two places, and shared the joy of the completion of the China Space Station.
The six-day trip to Hong Kong and Macao has attracted keen attention from Hong Kong and Macao society and public opinion. All walks of life in Hong Kong and Macao expressed that they should seize the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity presented by the completion of the China Space Station, further deepen cooperation with mainland universities and aerospace research institutions, and contribute to building a powerful aerospace country and scaling the heights of science and technology.
There is also public opinion that the manned space project is an important field and an important force in promoting the scientific and technological development of Hong Kong and Macao, and can provide a platform and opportunity for Hong Kong and Macao to better integrate into the overall development of the country – China, People’s Republic of China..
On the 23th November 2023 in CNSA _China National Space Administration -China – People’s Republic of China 1800 hours Hong Kong –Beijing Time China- People’s Republic of China launch the Chang Zheng – Long march 2D Carrier Rocket launching from station form Xichang Satellite Launch Center Sichuan Province….. in which中国 successfully launched the At 18:00 on November 23, 2023, the “Long March 2D” Yao 59/”Yuanzheng 3″ Yao 2 upper stage carrier rocket carrying CX-20 and other satellite Internet technology test satellites was ignited and lifted off from the Xichang launch site , successfully sent the satellite directly into orbit.
In which Yuanzheng-3 returned to the world after 5 years and transformed into the Long March-2D third-stage rocket to directly send stars into orbit.
The satellite Internet technology test satellite CX-20 was developed by the Microsatellite Innovation Institute of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (Shanghai Microsatellite Engineering Center), and other satellites were developed by the Eighth Academy of China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation.
“Long March 2D” is a medium-sized two-stage room-temperature liquid launch vehicle developed by the Eighth Institute of Aerospace Science and Technology. The primary and secondary main power uses dinitrogen tetroxide/uniform dimethylhydrazine propellant. The arrow is 41 meters long, with a diameter of 3.35 meters for both the first and second levels, a take-off mass of 250 tons, a take-off thrust of 302 tons, a low-Earth orbit (LEO) transport capacity of 4.0 tons, a 500-kilometer sun-synchronous orbit (SSO) transport capacity of 1.5 tons, and 700 The SSO transport capacity per kilometer is 1.3 tons. This rocket uses an extended fairing with a diameter of 4 meters, which is the first time it is used at the Xichang launch site. The rocket launch site process was shortened from 43 days to 29 days. Since its successful first flight, the “Chang Erding” rocket has achieved 84 consecutive victories, continuing to set a record of consecutive victories for a single-type launch vehicle in my country. This year, the “Chang Er Ding” rocket has carried out 12 launch missions.
The upper stage of the “Yuanzheng-3” was developed by the Eighth Institute of Aerospace Science and Technology. It has independent orbital maneuverability and can fly in orbit for up to 48 hours. It is equipped with a squeeze engine with a thrust of 5,000 N and can fire more than 20 times. , can independently plan the optimal flight path based on the orbital state when separated from the rocket, and perform off-orbit multi-satellite deployment in medium and low orbits and constellation network repair deployment. At the same time, the “Yuanzheng-3” upper stage adopts a modular and standardized design, which can be adapted to be used with a variety of launch vehicles, which can greatly improve our country’s capabilities in rapid and flexible space access, space transfer and space utilization.
This mission is the first time that the “Yuanzheng-3” upper stage has made its first mission in five years since its successful first flight. It is also the first time it has performed a mission at the Xichang launch site. In order to further improve the carrying capacity, the “Yuanzheng-3” upper stage and the “Long March-2D” rocket of this mission have adopted a joint flight state for the first time, and the “Yuanzheng-3” has become the third stage of the three-stage rocket. The separation point of this secondary rocket is suborbital. Three seconds after separation, the “Yuanzheng-3” ignited into orbit, and then ignited again to reach the predetermined orbit. After sending the satellite into orbit, the “Yuanzheng-3” actively controlled deorbiting through two ignitions. .
This launch is the 12th launch of the “Long March 2D” rocket in 2023, the 13th launch of the Xichang Launch Site, the 54th launch of China, and the 189th launch of the world. At the same time, this launch is also the 498th launch of the “Long March” series of launch vehicles.
银河航天 Galaxy Space – is located 3rd Floor, Building B, Baosheng Plaza, No. 8 Heiquan Road, Haidian District, Beijing, China, People’s Republic of China… Galaxy space- Aerospace is One of China, People’s Republic of China’s leading satellite Internet solution provider and satellite manufacturer, and the first unicorn company in my country’s commercial aerospace field. The company is committed to independent research and development and low-cost mass production of communication payloads, core single machines, and satellite platforms. It has built internationally leading supporting development capabilities for communication payloads, core single machines, and solar wings in Xi’an, Chengdu, and Beijing, and is also building in Nantong. The new generation of satellite intelligent manufacturing factories has achieved mass production capabilities of hundreds of satellites.
【”Space Carpet”! Galaxy Aerospace] According to Xu Ming, founder, chairman and CEO of Galaxy Space , the new generation of communication satellites being developed by Galaxy Aerospace looks like a “space flying carpet”, with both The communication antenna also has a solar chip that can convert solar energy into satellite energy. It is a communication satellite that integrates a phased array antenna and a solar wing. The key technology is called “wing array integration”.
The antenna is the core part of the satellite communication system and a key factor in determining the quality of signal transmission. Using large antennas can increase the gain of signal reception and transmission, thereby improving communication quality. The “wing array integrated” satellite can have a large antenna area and a powerful energy system, which can make the satellite more powerful when transmitting signals. It will be used to support the broadband communication needs of future mobile phones directly connected to satellites.
At present, Galaxy Aerospace has completed key technical research on the two-dimensional deployment of the “Wing Array Integrated” satellite. Generally speaking, the satellite’s antenna or solar wing generally only expands in one direction (such as horizontally) when unfolded. The so-called two-dimensional expansion means that the satellite’s antenna and solar wing must be deployed in an orderly manner in both the horizontal and vertical directions. . In view of this configuration in which the size of the satellite platform and the phased array are reversed, the traditional satellite-arrow connection, compression and separation technology cannot be used. The technical team designed and completed an integrated release plan; for extremely large-area arrays, high deployment accuracy and deployment stiffness are required In order to meet the large requirements, the technical team has broken through technical challenges such as folding and compaction, two-dimensional orderly deployment in orbit, and slowing down the impact of deployment, and completed the development of key mechanisms suitable for the deployment of satellite giant antennas and solar wing integrated arrays, and will Continue to carry out research on key technologies such as wing array integrated efficient heat dissipation and distributed power supply.
Facing the future, Galaxy Aerospace will accelerate the research on key core technologies such as phased array antennas, on-board large energy sources, and digital processing loads, and work with the upstream and downstream of the industrial chain to tackle key problems to help the development of my country’s aerospace information industry and the construction of a powerful aerospace nation.
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Tianzhou 7 arrives in Wenchang! Expected to launch in January 2024
Recently, after completing the work related to leaving the factory, the “Tianzhou 7” cargo spacecraft has arrived at the Wenchang Space Launch Site in Hainan Province, China, People’s Republic of China. Subsequent final assembly, testing and other work will be carried out as planned. Preparations for the launch site for the next cargo supply mission are underway as planned. Expand.
It is expected that in January 2024, the “Tianzhou-7” cargo spacecraft will be launched by the “Long March 7” Yao-8 carrier rocket. The spacecraft will ascend using the rapid rendezvous and docking mode and dock behind the “Tianhe” core module of the Chinese Space Station. Send a new batch of cargo supplies to the port for the “God Seventeen” mission. Before the “Tianzhou-7” spacecraft goes up, the “Tianzhou-6” spacecraft will unlock and separate from the rear port of the “Tianhe” core module, freeing up the docking port for the former.
The “Tianzhou-7” cargo spacecraft is the second in a new batch of “Tianzhou” spacecraft. This batch has developed and produced six spacecrafts, “Tianzhou-6” to “Tianzhou-11”. Compared with the “Tianzhou-5” spacecraft in the previous batch, the “Tianzhou-7” spacecraft has undergone system upgrades and greatly improved the cargo compartment. The cabin volume has increased by 20% and the transportation capacity has increased by about 500. Kilogram, the maximum transport capacity has been increased from the previous 6.9 tons to about 7.4 tons, and the materials provided to astronauts will be able to support longer missions. Based on the increase in transportation capacity, the launch density of the space station mission “Tianzhou” cargo spacecraft has been adjusted from the previous 2 times/1 year to 3 times/2 years, with an average of one launch mission every 8 months, and the subsequent launch density will be further reduced.
The “Tianzhou-7” cargo spacecraft adopts a dual-cabin tandem configuration, with a propulsion cabin and a cargo cabin from bottom to top. The total length of the spacecraft is 10.6 meters, the maximum diameter of the main body (cargo compartment) is 3.35 meters, the dry mass is 6.5 tons, the maximum upward transport capacity is 7.4 tons, and the cargo-cargo ratio reaches 0.53. The “Tianzhou” improved cargo spacecraft is the spacecraft with the strongest transportation capacity, the highest cargo load ratio, and the most comprehensive on-orbit support capabilities among the world’s active cargo spacecraft.
Since the establishment of the space station, the launch missions of China’s manned space project have entered a normalized stage, with 2 manned launch missions and 1 to 2 cargo launch missions being carried out on a regular basis every year. According to the plan, China’s manned space program will carry out four launch missions in 2024: “Tianzhou 7”, “Shenzhou 18”, “Tianzhou 8” and “Shenzhou 19”. Among them, “Tianzhou 7” “No. 1” mission will take the lead.