Chinese Space Launches

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A Long March 3B rocket launched ChinaSat-6D telecommunication satellite 16:26 UTC 29 Dec 2021.
It was China's 55th and the last orbital launch of the year.
to sum up 2021
CASC Long March family: 48 launches, 0 failure
Expace Kuaizhou family: 4 launches, 1 failure
iSpace Hyperbola family: 2 launches, 2 failures
Galactic Energy Ceres family: 1 launch, 0 failure


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to sum up 2021
CASC Long March family: 48 launches, 0 failure
Expace Kuaizhou family: 4 launches, 1 failure
iSpace Hyperbola family: 2 launches, 2 failures
Galactic Energy Ceres family: 1 launch, 0 failure


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What's up for 2022? Stay tuned.
A complete list of Chinese launches in 2021 (times in UTC)

01 - January 19 (16:25:04.723) - CZ-3B/G3 (Y74) - XSLC (07-123?), LC2 - Tiantong-1 (03)
02 - January 29 (04:47) - CZ-4C (Y31) - JSLC (01-129?), LC43/94 - Yaogan Weixing-31 Group-2 (3 sats)
03 - February 1 (08:15) - Shian Quxian-1 (Y2) "Xu Bing Tianshu" - JSLC, LC43/95 - ?? (Launch Failure)
04 - February 4 (15:36:04.286) - CZ-3B/G3 (Y77) - XSLC (07-124?), LC3 - TJSW-6
05 - February 24 (02:22) - CZ-4C (Y32) - JSLC, LC43/94 - Yaogan Weixing-31 Group-3 (3 sats)
06 - March 11 (17:51:28.409) - CZ-7A (Y2) - WSLC (07.W9?), LC201 - Shiyan-9
07 - March 13 (02:19) - CZ-4C (Y42) - JSLC, LC43/94 - Yaogan Weixing-31 Group-04 (3 sats)
08 - March 30 (22:45) - CZ-4C (Y36) - JSLC, LC43/94 - Gaofen-12 (02)
09 - April 8 (23:01) - CZ-4B (Y49) - TSLC, LC9 - Shiyian-6 (03)
10 - April 27 (03:20) - CZ-6 (Y5) - TSLC, LC16 - Qilu-1, Qilu-4, Foshan-1, Hangsheng-1 (Zhongan Guotong-1), Tianqi-9, Origin Space Neo-01, Tai King-2-01, Jinzijing-1, Jinzijing-1-02 (Lingque-1 D02)
11 - April 29 (03:23:15.613) - CZ-5B (Y2) - WSLC, LC101 - Tianhe
12 - April 30 (07:27) - CZ-4C (Y34) - JSLC, LC43/94 - Yaogan-34
13 - May 6 (18:11:04.959) - CZ-2C (Y47) - XSLC, LC3 - Yaogan-30 Group-08, Tianqi-12
14 - May 19 (04:03) - CZ-4B (Y48) - JSLC, LC43/94 - Haiyang-2D
15 - May 29 (12:55:29.373) - CZ-7 (Y3) - WSLC (TGHY1/TZ-2), LC201 - Tianzhou-2
16 - June 2 (16:17:04.273) - CZ-3B/G3 (Y72) - XSLC, LC2 - Fengyun-4B
17 - June 11 (03:03) - CZ-2D (Y54) - TSLC, LC9 - Beijing-3, Haisi-2, Yangwang-1 Tianjian
18 - June 17 (01:22:31.693) - CZ-2F/G (Y12) - JSLC, LC43/91 - Shenzhou-12
19 - June 18 (06:30) - CZ-2C (Y48) - XSLC, LC3 - Yaogan-30 Group-09, Tianqi-14 "Jiaxing-1"
20 - July 3 (02:51) - CZ-2D (Y74) - TSLC, LC9 - Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01B “Neimenggu-1”, Jilin-1 Gaofen-03D 01 "Xueersi" Jilin-1 Gaofen-03D 02, Jilin-1 Gaofen-03D 03, Xingshidai-10 "Guangdong Hengjian"
21 - July 4 (23:28) - CZ-4C (Y43) - JSLC, LC43/94 - Fengyun-3E
22 - July 6 (15:53) - CZ-3C/G2 (Y18) - XSLC, LC2 - Tianlian-1 (05)
23 - July 9 (11:59) - CZ-6 (Y6) - TSLC, LC16 - Zhongzi Group-2 - Zhongzi-06 (Zhuzhou-1-01), Zhongzi-07 (Zhuzhou-1-02), Zhongzi-08 (Zhuzhou-1-03), Zhongzi-09 (Zhuzhou-1-04), Zhongzi-10 (Zhuzhou-1-05)
24 - July 19 (00:19) - CZ-2C (Y49) - XSLC, LC3 - Yaogan-30 Group-10 (?), Tianqi-15 "Ruijin-1"
25 - July 29 (04:01) - CZ-2D (Y62) - JSLC, LC43/94 - Tianhui-1 (04)
26 - August 3 (07:39:30) - Shian Quxian-1 (Y5) "Tianshu" - JSLC, LC43/95B - Jilin-1 Mofang-01A (Launch Failure)
27 - August 04 (11:01) - CZ-6 (Y7) - TSLC, LC16 - KL-beta (A, B)
28 - August 5 (16:30:04.926) - CZ-3B/G3 (Y76) - XSLC, LC2 - Zhongxing-2E (Shen Tong 2E)
29 - August 18 (22:32) - CZ-4B (Y50) - TSLC, LC9 - Tianhui 2-02A, Tianhui 2-02B
30 - August 24 (11:15) - CZ-2C/YZ-1S (Y51/Y2) - JSLC (01-136'?'), LC43/94 - Ronghe Shiyan Weixing (1 & 2), TJSW
31 - August 24 (15:41) - CZ-3B/G2 (Y78) - XSLC, LC3 - TJSW-7
32 - September 7 (03:01) - CZ-4C (Y40) - TSLC, LC9 - Gaofen-5 (02)
33 - September 9 (11:50) - CZ-3B/G2 (Y86) - XSLC, LC2 - Zhongxing-9B
34 - September 20 (07:10:11.392) - CZ-7 (Y4) - WSLC, LC201 - Tianzhou-3
35 - September 27 (06:19) - KZ-1A (Y4) - JSLC, LC43/95A(?) - Jilin-1 Gaofen-02D
36 - September 27 (08:20) - CZ-3B/G2 (Y81) - XSLC, LC3 - Shiyan-10 ("satellite operating conditions abnormal")
37 - October 14 (10:51) - CZ-2D (Y53) - TSLC, LC9 - Xihe (CHASE Chinese Hα Solar Explorer), SSS-2A Daxuesheng Xiao Weixing-2A, Tianyuan-1, SSS-1 Daxuesheng Xiao Weixing-1, Zijinjing-2, Shangye Qixiang Tance Weixing-1, Tianshu-1, Hede-2E, Hede-2F, Jiaotong Shiyan, Guidao Daqi Midu Tance Weixing
38 - October 15 (16:23) - CZ-2F/G (Y13) - JSLC, LC43/91 - Shenzhou-13
39 - October 24 (01:27:03.780) - CZ-3B/G2 (Y83) - XSLC, LC2 - Shijian-21
40 - October 27 (06:19) - KZ-1A (Y5) - JSLC - Jilin-1 Gaofen-02F (Changshu-1)
41 - November 3 (07:43) - CZ-2C/YZ-1S (Y41/Y4) - JSLC, LC43/94 - Yaogan-32 Group-02
42 - November 5 (02:19) - CZ-6 (Y8) - TSLC, LC16 - Guangmu (SDGSAT-1)
43 - November 6 (03:00) - CZ-2D (Y63) - XSLC, LC3 - Yaogan-35A/B/C
44 - November 20 (01:51) - CZ-4B (Y52) - TSLC, LC9 - Gaofen-11 (03)
45 - November 22 (23:45) - CZ-4C (Y37) - JSLC, LC43/94 - Gaofen-3 (02)
46 - November 24 (23:41) - KZ-1A (Y13) - JSLC, LC43/95B - Shiyan-11
47 - November 26 (16:40:04(.531?)) - CZ-3B/G3 (Y79) - XSLC, LC2 - Zhongxing-1D
48 - December 7 (04:12:30) - Gushenxing-1 (Y2) - JSLC, LC43/95? - Tianjin Daxue-1, Baoyun, Lize-1, Jinzijing-5, Jinzijing-1 (03)
49 - December 10 (00:11:30) - JSLC (01-141), LC43/94 - CZ-4B (Y47) - Shijian 6 Group 05
50 - December 13 (16:09) - CZ-3B/G3 (Y82) - XSLC, LC3 - Tianlian-2-02
51 - December 15 (02:00) - KZ-1A (Y16) - JSLC, LC43/95A - GeeSAT-1A; GeeSAT-1B (Launch failure)
52 - December 23 (10:12) - CZ-7A (Y3) - WSLC, LC201 - Shiyan-12 01, Shiyan-12 02
53 - December 26 (03:11:31) - CZ-4C (Y39) - TSLC, LC9 - Ziyuan-1 2E, CAS-9 (XW-3)
54 - December 29 (11:13) - CZ-2D (Y41) - JSLC, LC43/94 - Tianhui-4
55 - December 29 (16:43:03) - CZ-3B/G2 (Y84) - XSLC, LC2 - TJSW-9
 

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A complete list of Chinese launches in 2021 (times in UTC)

01 - January 19 (16:25:04.723) - CZ-3B/G3 (Y74) - XSLC (07-123?), LC2 - Tiantong-1 (03)
02 - January 29 (04:47) - CZ-4C (Y31) - JSLC (01-129?), LC43/94 - Yaogan Weixing-31 Group-2 (3 sats)
03 - February 1 (08:15) - Shian Quxian-1 (Y2) "Xu Bing Tianshu" - JSLC, LC43/95 - ?? (Launch Failure)
04 - February 4 (15:36:04.286) - CZ-3B/G3 (Y77) - XSLC (07-124?), LC3 - TJSW-6
05 - February 24 (02:22) - CZ-4C (Y32) - JSLC, LC43/94 - Yaogan Weixing-31 Group-3 (3 sats)
06 - March 11 (17:51:28.409) - CZ-7A (Y2) - WSLC (07.W9?), LC201 - Shiyan-9
07 - March 13 (02:19) - CZ-4C (Y42) - JSLC, LC43/94 - Yaogan Weixing-31 Group-04 (3 sats)
08 - March 30 (22:45) - CZ-4C (Y36) - JSLC, LC43/94 - Gaofen-12 (02)
09 - April 8 (23:01) - CZ-4B (Y49) - TSLC, LC9 - Shiyian-6 (03)
10 - April 27 (03:20) - CZ-6 (Y5) - TSLC, LC16 - Qilu-1, Qilu-4, Foshan-1, Hangsheng-1 (Zhongan Guotong-1), Tianqi-9, Origin Space Neo-01, Tai King-2-01, Jinzijing-1, Jinzijing-1-02 (Lingque-1 D02)
11 - April 29 (03:23:15.613) - CZ-5B (Y2) - WSLC, LC101 - Tianhe
12 - April 30 (07:27) - CZ-4C (Y34) - JSLC, LC43/94 - Yaogan-34
13 - May 6 (18:11:04.959) - CZ-2C (Y47) - XSLC, LC3 - Yaogan-30 Group-08, Tianqi-12
14 - May 19 (04:03) - CZ-4B (Y48) - JSLC, LC43/94 - Haiyang-2D
15 - May 29 (12:55:29.373) - CZ-7 (Y3) - WSLC (TGHY1/TZ-2), LC201 - Tianzhou-2
16 - June 2 (16:17:04.273) - CZ-3B/G3 (Y72) - XSLC, LC2 - Fengyun-4B
17 - June 11 (03:03) - CZ-2D (Y54) - TSLC, LC9 - Beijing-3, Haisi-2, Yangwang-1 Tianjian
18 - June 17 (01:22:31.693) - CZ-2F/G (Y12) - JSLC, LC43/91 - Shenzhou-12
19 - June 18 (06:30) - CZ-2C (Y48) - XSLC, LC3 - Yaogan-30 Group-09, Tianqi-14 "Jiaxing-1"
20 - July 3 (02:51) - CZ-2D (Y74) - TSLC, LC9 - Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01B “Neimenggu-1”, Jilin-1 Gaofen-03D 01 "Xueersi" Jilin-1 Gaofen-03D 02, Jilin-1 Gaofen-03D 03, Xingshidai-10 "Guangdong Hengjian"
21 - July 4 (23:28) - CZ-4C (Y43) - JSLC, LC43/94 - Fengyun-3E
22 - July 6 (15:53) - CZ-3C/G2 (Y18) - XSLC, LC2 - Tianlian-1 (05)
23 - July 9 (11:59) - CZ-6 (Y6) - TSLC, LC16 - Zhongzi Group-2 - Zhongzi-06 (Zhuzhou-1-01), Zhongzi-07 (Zhuzhou-1-02), Zhongzi-08 (Zhuzhou-1-03), Zhongzi-09 (Zhuzhou-1-04), Zhongzi-10 (Zhuzhou-1-05)
24 - July 19 (00:19) - CZ-2C (Y49) - XSLC, LC3 - Yaogan-30 Group-10 (?), Tianqi-15 "Ruijin-1"
25 - July 29 (04:01) - CZ-2D (Y62) - JSLC, LC43/94 - Tianhui-1 (04)
26 - August 3 (07:39:30) - Shian Quxian-1 (Y5) "Tianshu" - JSLC, LC43/95B - Jilin-1 Mofang-01A (Launch Failure)
27 - August 04 (11:01) - CZ-6 (Y7) - TSLC, LC16 - KL-beta (A, B)
28 - August 5 (16:30:04.926) - CZ-3B/G3 (Y76) - XSLC, LC2 - Zhongxing-2E (Shen Tong 2E)
29 - August 18 (22:32) - CZ-4B (Y50) - TSLC, LC9 - Tianhui 2-02A, Tianhui 2-02B
30 - August 24 (11:15) - CZ-2C/YZ-1S (Y51/Y2) - JSLC (01-136'?'), LC43/94 - Ronghe Shiyan Weixing (1 & 2), TJSW
31 - August 24 (15:41) - CZ-3B/G2 (Y78) - XSLC, LC3 - TJSW-7
32 - September 7 (03:01) - CZ-4C (Y40) - TSLC, LC9 - Gaofen-5 (02)
33 - September 9 (11:50) - CZ-3B/G2 (Y86) - XSLC, LC2 - Zhongxing-9B
34 - September 20 (07:10:11.392) - CZ-7 (Y4) - WSLC, LC201 - Tianzhou-3
35 - September 27 (06:19) - KZ-1A (Y4) - JSLC, LC43/95A(?) - Jilin-1 Gaofen-02D
36 - September 27 (08:20) - CZ-3B/G2 (Y81) - XSLC, LC3 - Shiyan-10 ("satellite operating conditions abnormal")
37 - October 14 (10:51) - CZ-2D (Y53) - TSLC, LC9 - Xihe (CHASE Chinese Hα Solar Explorer), SSS-2A Daxuesheng Xiao Weixing-2A, Tianyuan-1, SSS-1 Daxuesheng Xiao Weixing-1, Zijinjing-2, Shangye Qixiang Tance Weixing-1, Tianshu-1, Hede-2E, Hede-2F, Jiaotong Shiyan, Guidao Daqi Midu Tance Weixing
38 - October 15 (16:23) - CZ-2F/G (Y13) - JSLC, LC43/91 - Shenzhou-13
39 - October 24 (01:27:03.780) - CZ-3B/G2 (Y83) - XSLC, LC2 - Shijian-21
40 - October 27 (06:19) - KZ-1A (Y5) - JSLC - Jilin-1 Gaofen-02F (Changshu-1)
41 - November 3 (07:43) - CZ-2C/YZ-1S (Y41/Y4) - JSLC, LC43/94 - Yaogan-32 Group-02
42 - November 5 (02:19) - CZ-6 (Y8) - TSLC, LC16 - Guangmu (SDGSAT-1)
43 - November 6 (03:00) - CZ-2D (Y63) - XSLC, LC3 - Yaogan-35A/B/C
44 - November 20 (01:51) - CZ-4B (Y52) - TSLC, LC9 - Gaofen-11 (03)
45 - November 22 (23:45) - CZ-4C (Y37) - JSLC, LC43/94 - Gaofen-3 (02)
46 - November 24 (23:41) - KZ-1A (Y13) - JSLC, LC43/95B - Shiyan-11
47 - November 26 (16:40:04(.531?)) - CZ-3B/G3 (Y79) - XSLC, LC2 - Zhongxing-1D
48 - December 7 (04:12:30) - Gushenxing-1 (Y2) - JSLC, LC43/95? - Tianjin Daxue-1, Baoyun, Lize-1, Jinzijing-5, Jinzijing-1 (03)
49 - December 10 (00:11:30) - JSLC (01-141), LC43/94 - CZ-4B (Y47) - Shijian 6 Group 05
50 - December 13 (16:09) - CZ-3B/G3 (Y82) - XSLC, LC3 - Tianlian-2-02
51 - December 15 (02:00) - KZ-1A (Y16) - JSLC, LC43/95A - GeeSAT-1A; GeeSAT-1B (Launch failure)
52 - December 23 (10:12) - CZ-7A (Y3) - WSLC, LC201 - Shiyan-12 01, Shiyan-12 02
53 - December 26 (03:11:31) - CZ-4C (Y39) - TSLC, LC9 - Ziyuan-1 2E, CAS-9 (XW-3)
54 - December 29 (11:13) - CZ-2D (Y41) - JSLC, LC43/94 - Tianhui-4
55 - December 29 (16:43:03) - CZ-3B/G2 (Y84) - XSLC, LC2 - TJSW-9
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Possible launch schedule for Jan 2022
unknown rocket will launch unknown payloads 2:33 UTC 17 Jan 2022.
Galactic Energy's Ceres-1 rocket will launch Taijing-1 01/02 satellites 20 Jan 2022.??
A Long March 2D rocket launched Shiyan-13 satellites 17 Jan 2022.
It was China's 1st orbital launch this year.

Coming up next:
A Galactic Energy's Ceres-1 rocket will launch Taijing-1 01/02 satellites 20 Jan 2022.
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A Long March 2D rocket launched Shiyan-13 satellites 17 Jan 2022.
It was China's 1st orbital launch this year.


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A Long March 4C rocket launched Lutan-1A satellites 25 Jan 2022.
It was China's 2nd orbital launch this year.

Coming up next:
A Galactic Energy's Ceres-1 rocket will launch Taijing-1 01/02 satellites in Jan 2022.
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A Long March 4C rocket launched Lutan-1A satellites 25 Jan 2022.
It was China's 2nd orbital launch this year.

Coming up next:
A Galactic Energy's Ceres-1 rocket will launch Taijing-1 01/02 satellites in Jan 2022.
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possible launch schedule update
A Galactic Energy's Ceres-1 rocket will launch Taijing-1 01/02 satellites 28 Jan 2022.
--------Chinese Lunar New Year Launch Break--------
A Long March 4C rocket will launch LT-1-0B satellites 25 Feb 2022.
A Long March 8 rocket will launch 25 satellites 27 Feb 2022.
A CAS Space's Lijian-1 rocket will launch 6 satellites March 2022[TBD]
A Land Space's Zhuque-2 rocket will launch XX satellites Q1 2022[TBD]
A Long March 11 rocket will launch Jilin-1-Gaofen-04A/03D Q1 2022[Sea Launch]
A Long March 2D rocket will launch China's second solar observatory ASO-S(Advanced Space-borne Solar Observatory) Q1 2022
A Long March 2D rocket will launch Shijian-19 satellites April 2022
A Long March 3B rocket will launch LSTSAT-1 SAR satellites April 2022
A Long March 7 rocket will launch the Tianzhou-4 cargo resupply spacecraft 5 May 2022.
A Long March 2F rocket will launch the Shenzhou-14 crewed spacecraft with three astronauts for a 180-day mission 14 May 2022.
A Long March 5B rocket will launch the Wentian CSS lab module 6 June 2022.
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TBD
 

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Why do chinese ppl start so many irrelevant threads here smh....
sorry, I like your posts, usually you make intelligent comments but for some reason you made a silly comment here.

Probably, they are able to understand that defence and war are MUCH MUCH more than just weapons and paid soldiers.

To wage war modern nations need an economy, productive capacity, technology, intelligent people, trade, allies, SATELLITES, PEOPLE ...... ALL part of defence.

Even entertainment and culture is part of defence and war. Migration IS a type of war.

EVERYTHING relates to defence and war.

I have read many of your other comments. You are smart. YOU already knew this.
 

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sorry, I like your posts, usually you make intelligent comments but for some reason you made a silly comment here.

Probably, they are able to understand that defence and war are MUCH MUCH more than just weapons and paid soldiers.

To wage war modern nations need an economy, productive capacity, technology, intelligent people, trade, allies, SATELLITES, PEOPLE ...... ALL part of defence.

Even entertainment and culture is part of defence and war. Migration IS a type of war.

EVERYTHING relates to defence and war.

I have read many of your other comments. You are smart. YOU already knew this.
My issue wasnt with the thread being about Space, we have threads on ISRO too here.

The point is, We already have multiple threads on chinese space exploration, so to open another one does not make sense and just clutters.
 

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My issue wasnt with the thread being about Space, we have threads on ISRO too here.

The point is, We already have multiple threads on chinese space exploration, so to open another one does not make sense and just clutters.
Clutter...lots of stuff....then perhaps the Chinese are showing themselves to be like the "modern" societies of ABCANz, Japan, SK and the EU. Those are people who have lots of stuff, lots of the same sort of thing repeated and clutter.
Many Africans have no clutter, they have nothing or only one of a thing.

like Wall-E movie
 
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China displays ability to tug satellite using another satellite. What will be military application of this ? Can enemy satellites be de-orbited using this ?
 

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China displays ability to tug satellite using another satellite. What will be military application of this ? Can enemy satellites be de-orbited using this ?
Yes, they can. But short of war why would they?
 

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A Long March 4C rocket launched Lutan-1A satellites 25 Jan 2022.
It was China's 2nd orbital launch this year.


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A Long March 4C rocket launched Ludi Tance SAR satellites 27 Feb 2022.
It was China's 3rd orbital launch this year.

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2 launches today. coming up next:
A Long March 8 rocket will launch 22 satellites 27 Feb 2022.
 

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A Long March 4C rocket launched Ludi Tance SAR satellites 27 Feb 2022.
It was China's 3rd orbital launch this year.

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2 launches today. coming up next:
A Long March 8 rocket will launch 22 satellites 27 Feb 2022.
A Long March 8 rocket launched 22 satellites 27 Feb 2022.
It was China's 4th orbital launch this year.
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A Long March 2C rocket launched 7 satellites 5 March 2022.
It was China's 5th orbital launch this year.


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Coming up next:
A Long March 4C rocket will launch Yaogan-34 Group 02 satellites 17 March 2022.
A Land Space Zhuque-2 methane powered rocket will attempt its first orbital launch 25 March 2022.
 
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A Long March 2C rocket launched 7 satellites 5 March 2022.
It was China's 5th orbital launch this year.

Coming up next:
A Long March 6A rocket will launch XX satellites Mar 2022.
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A Long March 4C rocket launched Yaogan-34 Group 02 satellites 17 March 2022.
It was China's 6th orbital launch this year.
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Mission logo
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