#MadeInChina #中國製造 #中國 | #星河动力空间科技有限公司#GalacticEnergy #September2023|#CarrierRocketShopping #ShandongOrientalSpacePort #谷神星一号遥 #Ceres1S Yao 1 #TheLittleMermaid Chinese private commercial rocket company’s first sea launch in which deploying an #Apocalypse #satellite cluster!

星河动力空间科技有限公司 Galactic Energy-  Galaxy Power (Beijing) Space Technology Co., Ltd. Located in Block D, Aviation Technology Plaza, E-Town, and Beijing – Beijing – China – People’s Republic of China ….Galaxy Aerospace is the first private aerospace company in China to achieve successful continuous launches, the first to send commercial networked satellites into a 500km sun-synchronous orbit, and the first to master the ability to launch multiple satellites with one carrier rocket.

Chinese private commercial rocket company’s first sea launch! 谷神星一号海远一 carrier rocket plans to implement a sea launch at the Eastern Aerospace Port at around 17:30 on September 5th 2023!

The Galaxy Power Ceres-1 rocket is scheduled to carry the 21st to 24th satellites  of the Apokolips constellation (including the 21st to 24th satellite with one Carrier rocket) in Haiyang, Shandong (Yantai) at around 17:30 on September 5 (evening). Four satellites, including the 21st satellite named “Hefei Gaoxin No. 1” and the 22nd satellite named “China Minquan Shuangyong”, will carry out sea launch missions.

It is expected that at about 17:40 on September 5, 2023, the “Ceres-1” sea-launched Yao 1 carrier rocket carrying “Hefei High-tech-1” and other satellites will be launched from the offshore Shandong Oriental Space Port to execute the “Ceres-1” mission. No. 1 rocket’s first sea launch.

launch of Ceres-1 (Haiyaoyi) launched 16 more technological innovations based on the previous 8 rockets successfully launched from land, and achieved 4 Six major breakthroughs: “World’s first” and two “domestic firsts”:
🔷The first domestic private rocket launch at sea
🔷The first domestic commercial aerospace launch into an 800km inclined orbit
🔷The world’s first launch from a land-sea universal mobile platform without
support 🔷The world’s first solid rocket unguided at sea Thermal launch
🔷The world’s first rocket adopts a maritime vertical self-alignment and online misalignment angle correction high-precision navigation solution
🔷The world’s first solid rocket adopts a non-pyrotechnic locking release mechanism.

This time Ceres 1 (Haiyao 1) entered an 800km inclined orbit, which is the farthest record set by a domestic private rocket. The 21st to 24th stars of the Apokolips constellation successfully carried it into orbit. Apocalypse Constellation 21 to 24 satellites are low-orbit data acquisition satellites developed by Beijing Guodian Hi-Tech Co., Ltd. and are part of the Apocalypse Constellation. The Apocalypse constellation is designed to be networked with 38 satellites, which can provide global data collection services and effectively solve the problem of IoT network access at sea, in the air and in remote areas that are not covered by ground networks. The ground segment of the system includes satellite management center, service operation center, earth station, gateway station, ground network,

 “Hefei High-tech No. 1” is the first special launch satellite in the second phase of construction among the 38 satellites planned by the Apocalypse Constellation. It is also the first satellite launched by Beijing Guodian High-tech Co., Ltd. after the industrial landing in Hefei High-tech Zone.

This mission is codenamed “The Little Mermaid”. “Ceres No. 1” will become China’s first sea-launched private commercial carrier rocket, and it will also become China’s third sea-launched carrier rocket. Prior to this, “Long March 11” and “Jielong 3” had achieved consecutive successes, verifying the feasibility, stability, and reliability of sea launches.

After “Ceres 1”, various types of rockets will be launched from the sea at the Oriental Spaceport. In December 2023, Eastern Space Company’s “Gravity 1” all-solid rocket will make its first flight here; in the first half of 2024, Rocket Company’s “Darwin 2” liquid rocket will also be launched here. In addition, sea-launched rockets such as China Aerospace Corporation’s “Lijian-1” will also be launched at the Oriental Space Port.

Compared with land-based launches, sea-based launches have two major advantages: the launch platform can be maneuvered and deployed and the launch range is wide. Specifically, on the one hand, sea launch can maneuver the launch platform to low latitudes close to the equator, which can maximize the use of the earth’s rotation speed and enhance rocket capacity; on the other hand, sea launch has a wider area Since the wreckage landing area is planned on the sea, it can avoid densely populated areas such as cities, which is convenient and safe.

The sea launch will be an important step for “Ceres-1” and its development company Xinghe Power Aerospace. It will expand the launch site resources for its rapid response and high-density launch delivery, and also provide convenience for various types of launches. At the same time, the sea launch of “Ceres No. 1” will also be an important step for China’s civil and commercial aerospace. The mission was a complete success!

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#CNSA #ChinaNationalSpaceAdministration #国家航天局 |#CASC #June2023| #ChangZheng #LongMarch #CarrierRocket Hong Kong Aerospace Science and Technology Group with Zero Gravity Laboratory plans to deploy the #GoldenBauhiniaSatellite 30 #RemoteSensing #CubeSatellites #Satellites in of Year2024…

On the 16th June 2023 announcement of   Hong Kong Aerospace Science and Technology Group and Zero Gravity Laboratory has announcement of launching of 30-thirty remote sensing cube cute satellites of  Zero Weight Space plans to launch “Golden Bauhinia 7-36” remote sensing 6U cube star with “30 satellites  in one carrier rocket” early next year in the 2024 first quarter year… A few days ago, Beijing Zero Weight Space Technology Co., Ltd. signed a “30 satellites in one carrier rocket” “Project cooperation agreement. According to the agreement, the Zero Gravity Laboratory will provide Hong Kong Aerospace Science and Technology Group with a package of products and services including satellite R&D and manufacturing, assembly testing, and launch services. Launch at the end of the first quarter.

After the completion of the project, it can realize global high-frequency and high-resolution remote sensing monitoring, and provide users with high-precision data support and application services in the fields of earth observation, resource investigation, environmental protection, agriculture, and urban planning.

On previously On June 15th, 2023, the Chang Zheng- Long March 2D carrier rocket carried the Golden Bauhinia Satellite No.37 & No. 38 into space from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center. The satellites successfully entered their planned orbits and both are in good operating condition. This is the second launch mission of Hong Kong Aerospace Technology Group for this year.

The Golden Bauhinia Satellite No.37 & 38  are both small and high-resolution optical remote sensing satellites that use new-generation high-performance imaging technology. While effectively enhancing the weak signal detection capability and system integration, their weight and volume have been significantly reduced. They have the advantages of quick production, intelligent operation, and cost-effectiveness.

The Golden Bauhinia satellite constellation is a passive-active hybrid low-orbit high-frequency satellite constellation planned by the Hong Kong Aerospace Technology Group. The constellation combines optical remote sensing and synthetic aperture radar imaging modes to form an all-weather and all-time dynamic monitoring service system that is not affected by weather conditions such as clouds and rain. The constellation focuses on the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area (GBA) and is committed to providing satellite remote sensing services and overall smart city solutions for global users.

零重力实验室 Zero Gravity Laboratory Beijing Zero Weight Space Technology Co., Ltd.    In October 2016, the Zero Gravity Laboratory was established in Beijing. The laboratory is mainly engaged in the research and development of micro-nano satellites and core components. In January 2017, Beijing Zero Weight Space Technology Co., Ltd. was established in Beijing Economic and Technological Development Zone. The three core business segments of Zero Weight Space include: research and development and sales of micro-nano satellites and their core components, technical consulting and space-based data services. At present, Zero Heavy Space has more than 30 kinds of micro-nano satellite core component products in six categories with independent intellectual property rights. It has the development and production capacity to complete the micro-nano satellite on-orbit delivery within 10 months, and can provide customers with complete micro-nano satellites. Satellite overall solutions and provide customers with launch and loading services. Vision: 2025: Walking in space (2025: Space Odyssey) Slogan: Let satellites reach life Mission: We pay attention to everything you care about, as long as it is related to micro-nano satellites Goal: To become the leader of global micro-nano satellites

Hong Kong Aerospace Technology Group Limited (HKATG) is Hong Kong’s first commercial aerospace enterprise focusing on satellite network engineering and precise satellite manufacturing. Formerly known as Hentech Technologies Ltd (2003), HKATG acts as a pioneer in commercial aerospace industry and technological innovation in Hong Kong.

Located at 15/F, Data Technology Hub, 5 Chun Cheong Street, Tseung Kwan O Industrial Estate, New Territories, Hong Kong SAR, China, People’s Republic of China.

HKATG owns five technical centres and manufacturing bases, including satellite manufacturing centre, space environmental monitoring centre, satellite telemetry, tracking and control centre (TT&C), centre for satellite data and applications and precise electronic manufacturing centre.

The core business of HKATG consists of several aspects, for instance, satellite constellation engineering (Golden Bauhinia Constellation and Aurora Constellation), satellite data application, satellite design and manufacturing, satellite assembly and testing, satellite payload selection and specification, satellite TT&C service, PCBA and electronic manufacturing and launching of satellite etc.

HKATG aims for global commercial aerospace service and has strong purpose to improve the world’s aerospace industry.

Gang Hang Ke (Shenzhen) Space Technology Co., Ltd. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of HKATG. Being the major operating subsidiary of HKATG in the Mainland China, Gang Hang Ke (Shenzhen) Space Technology Co., Ltd. is mainly engaged in the aerospace technology, satellite application technology, satellite manufacturing technology, research and development of Internet of Things (IoT) application system and technical services.

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#CNSA #ChinaNationalSpaceAdministration #国家航天局 |#BeltAndRoadinitiative #June2022 |#西昌衛星發射中心 # XichangSatelliteLaunchCenter – Successfully launching the advance iconic cute #LongMarch2C #ChangZheng2C  #CarrierRocket deploying advance Nine
#浙江吉利控股集團有限公司  #Geely #GeelyGlobal#GeelyAuto TelecommunicationSatellite #NavigationSatellite  #Satellites  Constellation..

On the 2nd June 2022 on a Modest  Day in  CNSA _China National Space Administration -China – People’s Republic of China At midday 1200 Hours Hong Kong –Beijing Time on an. China successfully launched Satellites using the Chang Zheng Long March 2C carrier rocket at the Xichang Satellite Launch Center Sichuan Province…..

China- People’s Republic of China successfully launched a Chang Zheng Long March 2C carrier rocket of deploying a nine constellations Geely  satellites in which is a series of group one of the constellations …. In the second half of this year, the Xichang launch site will also perform 12 space launch missions….  At 12:00 Hong Kong SAR –Beijing Time  on June 2nd 2022, the Chang Zheng Long March 2C carrier rocket successfully launched 9 satellites at the Xichang launch site, marking the opening of the Xichang launch site for high-density in the second half of the year Task. It is understood that the mission was carried out in parallel with the three-launch mission, and the 2 carrier rockets and 13 satellites were tested and guaranteed at the same time, which once again refreshed the satellite security test record at the launch site. By the end of the year, the Xichang launch site will also carry out 12 space launch missions, with an average of 1 launch every half a month and a minimum interval of 5 days. The full text is one Chang Zheng Long March 2C carrier rocket and nine satellites! Created the record for the largest number of satellites launched in a single launch at the Xichang Launch Site

It is also Geely Constellation 01 group of constellation satellites the first orbit of Geely’s future travel constellation nine satellites was successfully launched at the Xichang Satellite Launch Center with Chang Zheng Long March 2C carrier rocket and nine satellites, the satellite successfully entered the predetermined orbit, and the launch mission was obtained, A complete success. This group of satellites is used for the first orbital plane deployment test of the space-time low-orbit -low-orbit future travel constellation.

Through the construction of the future travel constellation, Daoyu Space-Time will build a high-precision space-time information system that integrates heaven and earth, and create a “future travel” ecology covering all areas. Combined with multi-dimensional carriers such as automobiles and consumer electronic products, it will enable smart travel, unmanned systems, and smart Cities and other fields to create a future travel technology ecosystem.

The first-orbit nine-satellite of the future travel constellation launched this time was completely independently developed by Geely Technology Group Shikong Daoyu. Satellite manufacturing efficiency and system reliability have reached the industry-leading level. This is the first time that China – People’s Republic of China has successfully launched a mass-produced commercial satellite from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in a “one arrow and nine satellites” approach. The first track Jiuxing combined with the ground-based PPP-RTK space-time information network that has been built by Time-space Daoyu, as well as Beidou-3 modules and terminal products, will realize the integrated application of remote sensing, navigation and communication technologies, and provide a three-dimensional guarantee for future travel.

At the beginning of 2021, Shikong Daoyu started the development of Geely’s future travel constellation 12 satellites, and completed the design, production and large-scale system planning of 12 100kg satellites within 15 months. ….

Also during the June 1 2022 Wednesday, shallow earthquakes of magnitude 6.1 and 4.5 occurred successively in Ya’an, Sichuan, and the Xichang launch site, which is about 300 kilometers away from the epicentre, was strongly felt.

After the earthquake, the launch site responded quickly, launched an emergency plan, and carried out special post-earthquake inspections: organize post personnel to carefully check and confirm the state of the rocket, measure the verticality of the rocket; check the damage to test facilities such as workshops and fuel depots in the technical area. After confirming that it is not affected, continue to carry out pre-launch related tests according to the mission plan.
Under the complex and severe epidemic situation, the Chang Zheng Long March 2C carrier rocket test team strictly implemented the requirements for epidemic prevention and control at the launch site, established a special working group, and strived to win the “double victory” of epidemic prevention and control and launch tasks….

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