China launches four satellites in planned orbit

China launches four satellites in planned orbit

BEIJING: China on Friday successfully launched four satellites into planned orbits that will be used to monitor the environment, search for asteroid resources, prevent disaster and mitigate others.
The satellite was launched by a Long March 2D rocket from the Taiwan Satellite Launch Center in northern Shanxi Province at 11:03 a.m. local time, according to the state-run news agency.
According to the CGTN news channel, the Beijing 3 satellite was a commercial remote sensing satellite developed by China SpaceSite Co., Ltd., which primarily focuses on resource exploration, environmental monitoring, urban management, and disaster management. Used for prevention and mitigation.

In this photo, released by the Xinhua News Agency, the Shenzhou-12 spacecraft with the Long March-2F carrier rocket, on Wednesday, June 9, 2021, at the Geokuan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China’s Gansu Province Is being developed in the launch area. (AP)

It said the other three satellites would be used for observation of the marine ecosystem, exploration of asteroid resources, and research in education and training of orbital services.
On June 3, China successfully launched the first of a new generation of meteorological satellites in planned orbit.
The FY-4B satellite will be used in the areas of weather analysis and forecasting, and environmental and disaster monitoring.
China’s National Space Administration (CNSA) said in a statement that it would further strengthen China’s ability to observe and respond to small and medium-scale catastrophic events, and that the Department of Meteorology, Agriculture, and Air Force Provide information security services for a variety of sectors, including aviation, maritime and environmental protection. News for the newspaper.


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