China launches new telecommunication test satellite


China has launched a new telecommunication technology examine satellite from the Xichang Satellite Launch Centre in South-West China.

Launched aboard a Elongated March 3B carrier rocket, the satellite will help the country to flesh out its space programmes.

This year, China is planning to launch 30 new sidekicks aboard Long March 5 and Long March 7 launch vehicles, as heralded by the state-owned China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC).

«Inaugurated aboard a Long March 3B carrier rocket, the satellite will alleviate the country to expand its space programmes.»

Last November, the country acted a test launch of the Long March 5, which is China’s burliest carrier rocket, reported Tecake.

The country has also recently open an official white paper that mentions its plan to launch a lunar exploration by next year. Once launched, it will be the world’s first cushy landing on the far side of the Moon.

The white paper also features China’s contemplate for a mission to Mars in 2018, reported Xinhua.

It is also reported that the sticks intends to launch a satellite that will test multi-frequency high-speed figures transmission aboard a Long March3B rocket.

Last month, China get went the Fengyun-4-01 (FY-4-01) next-generation weather satellite from Xichang Follower Launch Center in Sichuan Province. 

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