#MadeInChina #中國製造 |#深蓝航天 #LANDSPACE #DeepBlueLimitedCompany #November2023 | Deep Blue Aerospace #ReusableCarrierRocket #CarrierRocket #PinqiBuildingBlocks × – the #Zhuque-2 #Suzaku-2″ #CarrierRocket launch vehicle ….

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 10th November 2023拼奇积木 Pantasy – Pinqi Building Blocks based in Guangdong Province, China, People’s Republic of China. In which recently have team up with Landspace in celebrations of with warm congratulations to   the world’s first liquid oxygen methane launch vehicle Suzaku-2″ was successfully launched at 9:00 on July 12, 2023!

Pinqi Building Blocks × @LANDSPACE Blue Arrow Aerospace’s sincere work,
the first aerospace science-style large-scale scene building block for the public, “Rocket Dream Factory” on the actual testing, final assembly, and launch facilities of Suzaku 2, the rocket manufacturing process is restored in a fun and building process to learn aerospace knowledge.
Configure 4 aerospace engineer minifigures to pay tribute to every scientific researcher who has contributed to the aerospace industry.

朱鹏二号On the  12th July 2023酒泉衛星發射中心 Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center LandSpace Blue Arrow Aerospace Center,   LandSpace 蓝箭航天Suzaku-2 Yao-2  Carrier rocket successfully Launched At 09:00 Hours on July 12th, 2023, Beijing time, the Suzaku-2 Yao-2 carrier rocket was launched at the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center, Inner Mongolia, China, People’s Republic of China  The flight mission was completed according to the procedure, and the launch mission was a complete success. This mission is the second flight of the Suzaku-2 carrier rocket. Today, Blue Arrow proves to the world that methane can fly!

The LANDSPACEflight mission was completed according to the procedure, and the launch mission was a complete success. This mission is the second flight of the Suzaku-2 launch vehicle. The Suzaku-2 rocket has become the first launch vehicle in human history that uses liquid methane as a propellant to successfully enter orbit….

朱鹏二号 At present, the reusable liquid fuel engines that have completed the whole system test run include: “Lingyun” (10 tons of thrust, liquid oxygen methane) and “Dragon Cloud” (80 tons of thrust, liquid oxygen methane) of Kyushu Yunjian , “Thunder-R1” of Deep Blue Aerospace (20 tons of thrust, liquid oxygen kerosene), “Sky” of Galaxy Power (50 tons of thrust, liquid oxygen kerosene), “Focus One” of Star Glory (15 tons of thrust, liquid oxygen kerosene) Methane), Tianbing Science and Technology’s “Tianhuo 11” (30 tons thrust, liquid oxygen kerosene) and “Tianhuo 12” (110 tons thrust, liquid oxygen kerosene), Aerospace Propulsion “Canglong One” (60 tons thrust, liquid oxygen methane), etc.

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#CNSA #ChinaNationalSpaceAdministration #国家航天局 |#BRI #August2023 || #酒泉卫星发射中心 #JiuquanSatelliteLaunchCenter #长征四号  #ChangZheng4C #LongMarch4C Yao 44  successful launched deployed #WeatherSatellite #MeteorologicalSatellite # Fengyun-3C 06 #Satellite

On the 3rd August 2023 early morning Thursday 1147 Hours Hong- Kong SAR – Beijing time CNSA –China National Space Administration , China, People’s Republic of China. Successfully launched the Fengyun-3 06 satellite with the Chang Zheng- Long March 4C Yao 44 carrier rocket at the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center- Inner Mongolia, and the satellite entered the schedule smoothly. Track, the mission was a complete success. The satellite will replace the Fengyun-3C satellite that has been in orbit for an extended period of time. The detection data will be mainly used for weather forecasting, atmospheric chemistry and climate change monitoring operations and research….. Successfully sent Fengyun 3-06 into sun-synchronous orbit, and the launch mission was a complete success.

长征四号 This is the 100th launch of the Chang Zheng- Long March 4 Carrier Rocket  series of launch vehicles

The launch weight of FY-3 F is about 2,700 kg, and its operating altitude is 830 km. As a sun-synchronous morning orbit satellite, the satellite will replace FY-3 C, which has been in orbit for nearly 10 years. While ensuring the continuity of observation data from global numerical weather prediction satellites, the new generation of Fengyun-3 morning satellites has formed a network of observations with D (afternoon satellite), E (dawn satellite), and G (precipitation satellite) to form four low-earth orbit meteorological satellites in my country. Satellite business network observation “the strongest echelon”, as of now, my country has a total of 9 Fengyun meteorological satellites in orbit.

长征四号 This is the 100th launch of the Chang Zheng- Long March 4 Carrier Rocket  series of launch vehicles. The Long March 4 series of launch vehicles has become the second type of launch vehicle in China with more than 100 launches!

The Long March 4 carrier rocket is one of the main carrier rockets in active service in my country, including three models, the Long March 4A (retired), the Long March 4B, and the Long March 4C. They were launched on September 7, 1988 and May 1999 respectively. The first flight was successful on 10th and April 27th, 2006. At present, Chang Sijia has carried out 2 launch missions, Changsi B has carried out 48 launch missions, and Changsi C has carried out 50 launch missions. This mission is the 191st launch of the Long March series of carrier rockets developed by the General Manager of the Eighth Academy, and the 481st launch of the Long March series of carrier rockets

The first flight, the hundred-flying situation. On September 7, 1988, the Long March 4 Jiayao-1 carrier rocket made its maiden flight and successfully sent my country’s first meteorological satellite, Fengyun-1, into the predetermined orbit, setting a record for a successful first flight of a large-scale carrier rocket in my country and making it my country has become the third country in the world that can independently launch sun-synchronous orbit and polar orbit satellites. According to statistics, the Long March 4 launch vehicle has carried out 4 Fengyun-1 and 7 Fengyun-3 missions, all of which have achieved complete success.

The Long March-4 carrier rocket continues to improve reliability, safety, and adaptability, and has realized that it has only undertaken the launch of polar-orbiting meteorological satellites at the beginning, and now it can perform multiple types of satellite launches such as earth observation, scientific experiments, and lunar relay communications; From one arrow and one satellite to one arrow and multiple satellites in series and parallel; from a specific time….

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#CNSA #ChinaNationalSpaceAdministration #国家航天局 |#BRI #July2023 | #天宫 #Tiangong #ChinaSpaceStation #CMS #ChinaMannedSpace #神舟十六号 #Shenzhou16 #Takionauts planned prepares for a #EVA #ExtravehicularActivity #Spacewalk……

On the 30th  May 2023 clear 0931 Hours Morning Hong Kong SAR- Beijing time , the Belt and Road InitiativeCNSA –China National Space Administration from Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center – Inner Mongolia –China – People’s Republic of China deployment of  the Chang Zheng – The Chang Zheng – Long March 2F Yao 16 –Shenzhou 16  carrier rocket.. On which Takionauts Jing Haipeng, Zhu Yangzhu, and Gui Haichao took to the predetermined orbit. The first manned flight mission in the application and development stage was a complete success. The three astronauts will stay in the space station and “join up” with the crew of Shenzhou 15 to carry out on-orbit handover “face-to-face” meeting in which brings the total crew of six with a handover ceremony from Shenzhou 15 towards 16..

[Shenzhou 16 crew will choose an opportunity to launch out-of-cabin activities in the near future]

On the 20th July 2023 The latest news from the China Manned Space Office; since it successfully entered the space station complex on May 30, 2023, Beijing time, the crew of Shenzhou-16 astronauts have been working in orbit for 51 days, and nearly one-third of the five-month space scientific research journey has been completed.
At present, the Shenzhou 16 astronaut crew is in good condition, the space station assembly is running stably, and has the conditions to carry out extravehicular activities….

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CNSA #ChinaNationalSpaceAdministration #國家航天局 |#BRI  #July2023 | #火星 # 天問 #天问一号#TianwenOne #MarsMission #Tianwen1 probe  #祝融号 #ZhuRong stunning Martian landscape new stunning photography during the April year 2022  before Hibernation  #AGallery

 天问一号飞運騎遊達达3亿CNSA – China National Space Administration – ESA – European Space agency Belt and road initiative mars mission…first Mars exploration mission, Tianwen- Martian Probe One As of September 15, 2022, the Tianwen-1 orbiter has been in orbit for more than 780 days, and the rover has travelled a total of 1,921 meters, completed the established scientific exploration tasks, and obtained 1,480 GB of original scientific exploration data. The scientific research team has obtained rich scientific results through the research on the first-hand scientific data obtained independently by my country. Through a comprehensive study of typical landforms such as concave cones, barrier craters, and trenches distributed in the landing area, the important connection between the formation of the above-mentioned landforms and water activities has been revealed.

朱融号 The photos taken by the Mars rover before hibernation for one month (April 2022), maybe this is the posthumous work

Currently as to date of the Zhurong Mars Rover is currently at sleep safe mode due to the Martian Sandstorms….. the location of Zhurong taken by the Tianwen-1 orbiter after it hibernated in Zhurong last year. The rut marks left by Zhurong after traveling 1921 meters are clearly visible….. The local dust on Mars captured by the Tianwen-1 orbiter is very layered. This photo was taken by the medium-resolution camera of the Tianwen-1 orbiter on January 6, 2022, and Zhurong went into a dormant state more than three months after this time point. 

The Tianwen-1 mission was approved by the Party Central Committee in January 2016, and was successfully launched on July 23, 2020. After a deep space flight of 475 million kilometers for 202 days, the probe will rendezvous with Mars on February 10, 2021, and successfully implemented the capture and braking to enter the orbit around Mars. After 3 months of detailed inspection of the pre-selected landing area, the Mars landing was successfully carried out on May 15, 2021. On May 22, the “Zhurong” rover successfully landed on the surface of Mars and began to patrol and explore.

On August 15, 2021, the “Zhurong” rover successfully completed the 90 Martian scientific exploration missions, and continued to carry out extended exploration missions. It has traveled 1,921.5 meters on the surface of Mars. Affected by the severe winter cold and dusty weather in the landing area, the rover will enter the winter dormancy mode on May 18, 2022 as designed. Around December 2022, the “Zhurong” landing area will enter the early spring season. will resume normal work.

The orbiter has circled Mars 1,344 times, achieving global coverage and is currently in normal condition. In the follow-up, it will continue to carry out global remote sensing detection, and choose an opportunity to carry out expansion technology experiments to carry out preliminary technical verification for related tasks.

After nearly two years of flight and exploration for the Tianwen-1 mission, the 13 scientific payloads deployed by the rover and orbiter have obtained a total of about 1040GB of raw scientific data. After receiving and processing on the ground, the standard scientific data products formed are submitted to the rover on a monthly basis. A team of scientists has conducted analysis and interpretation, and relevant scientific results have been published in well-known academic journals at home and abroad. These scientific data will be open to scientists around the world at an appropriate time. Scientists around the world are welcome to actively apply for research and jointly promote the cause of human exploration of the universe.

At present, the Tianwen-1 orbiter continues to carry out scientific exploration in the orbit of the remote sensing mission, continues to accumulate first-hand scientific data, and makes China’s contribution to mankind’s in-depth understanding of Mars.

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#CNSA #ChinaNationalSpaceAdministration #国家航天局 | #June2023 | #CMS #ChinaMannedSpace #Shenzhou Civilian  #Takionauts #HongKongSAR Selection for #PayloadSpecialist Candidates presented  hosted by # 李家超 John Lee Ka-chiu-Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region China, People’s Republic of China.

中国空间站 On the 7th June 2023 CNSA –China National Space Administration  at the Grounds of the Hong Kong SAR, China, People’s Republic of China, at Hong Kong SAR Government house in Central the 李家超 John Lee Ka-chiu-Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region China, People’s Republic of China. Held a hosting meeting with the Hong Kong SAR Civilian Takionaut selection of the Role of Payload Specialist candidates..  His meeting is described as Meeting with payload expert- Specialists candidates…… as李家超 John Lee Ka-chiu-Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Quote below..

[Meeting with payload expert candidates]

I am very pleased to meet with Hong Kong payload expert candidates at the Government House this afternoon. They will go to Beijing this week to participate in the selection and re-election of payload experts for the National Manned Space Engineering Project. My team and I cheer for them.

It is the first time that the country selects payload experts in Hong Kong, which marks the country’s high attention and affirmation to Hong Kong’s scientific and technological circles, as well as its recognition of Hong Kong as an international innovation and technology center. This selection not only represents that the country encourages and welcomes Hong Kong compatriots to contribute to the country’s development, but also reflects the country’s concern for the development of Hong Kong youth.

These payload expert candidates are all elites in related fields, representing Hong Kong’s scientific research and innovation strength. We are proud that they can stand up at this historical moment, contribute to the country and shoulder the public’s expectations for Hong Kong people to participate in space exploration.

The following selection will be very rigorous. I hope that everyone will cherish and experience this process of struggle, experience and learning. I would like to take this opportunity to encourage you all to go all out and do your best to fight for the country, Hong Kong, and your aerospace dream!

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