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Thread: Long March, expendable launch systems, China

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    Long March rocket explodes

    Uploaded on Aug 18, 2007

    Long March rocket CZ-3B explodes over Sichuan, China, February 15, 1996

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    Long March 2F rocket

    Published on Jun 16, 2012

    China on Saturday launched its Shenzhou-9 spacecraft carrying three astronauts, including Liu Yang, the first Chinese woman to travel to space. The Long March-2F rocket lifted off successfully from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China at 6:37 p.m local time and the Shenzhou-9 capsule separated from its booster shortly thereafter and entered orbit. Known as Taikonauts in China, Liu and her male traveling companions are embarking on a 13-day mission to rendezvous with the country's Tiangong-1 space station module. This month's undertaking marks an important step for the country's space program. It is China's first attempted manned docking mission with an orbiting spacecraft, a feat that has only been accomplished by the United States and Russia. The China National Space Administration (CNSA) has now sent eight astronauts into space, including two-time space traveler Jing Haipeng, who is onboard Shenzhou-9 with Liu Yang and Liu Wang, the third member of the crew. The 9.4-ton Tiangong-1 module, launched and placed in orbit last September, is not a fully developed space station but rather a testing platform for rendezvous and docking missions like the one upon which the Shenzhou-9 is currently embarked. The CNSA aims to eventually launch a fully functioning space station as part of the agency's Tiangong, or 'Heavenly Palace' program.

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    BeiDou-2 G7 launch

    Published on Jun 12, 2016

    A Long March-3C carrier rocket launched BeiDou-2 G7, the 23rd satellite in the BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS), from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in Sichuan Province, China, on 12 June 2016, at 15:30 UTC (23:30 CST – China Standard Time).

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    Long March 7 first flight (Chang Zheng 7)

    Published on Jun 25, 2016

    The Long March 7 rocket launched into its first flight from the Wenchang Satellite Launch Center in Wenchang (WSLC), Hainan Island, China, on 25 June 2016, at 12:00 UTC (20:00 local time). Long March 7 or Chang Zheng 7 (CZ-7) is the medium-lift variant of a new generation rocket family.

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    Shenzhou-11 launch highlights

    Published on Oct 16, 2016

    Astronauts Jing Haipeng and Chen Dong were launched onboard the Shenzhou-11 spacecraft by a Long March 2F (Chang Zheng 2F) carrier rocket from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China's Gansu Province, on 16 October 2016, at 23:30:00 UTC (07:30 local time). Shenzhou-11 will dock with Tiangong-2 (“Heavenly Palace 2”), China's second space station, where it will remain for 30 days.

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    Long March 5 first flight with Shijian-17

    Published on Nov 3, 2016

    The maiden flight of the Long March 5 (Chang Zhen-5 ) heavy-lift space launch system took place on 3 November 2016, at 12:42 UTC, from Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Center on Hainan island. The first Long March 5 launched the experimental Shijian-17 satellite to a geostationary orbit.

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    China just launched its biggest rocket yet

    Published on Nov 3, 2016

    The Long March 5 heavy-lift rocket blasted off from the Wenchang launch center off China’s southern coast at 8:43 pm Beijing time, marking another milestone on China’s road to building its own space station.
    "China’s Long March 5 heavy-lift rocket takes first flight"

    by Lisa Grossman
    November 3, 2016

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    Long March 2D launches Yunhai-1 (01) meteorological satellite

    Published on Nov 11, 2016

    A Long March-2D carrier rocket (Chang Zheng-2D) launched the Yunhai-1 (01) meteorological satellite from the LC43/603 launch complex of the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center, on 11 November 2016, at 23:14 UTC.

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    Fengyun-4 satellite launched by Long March-3B

    Published on Dec 11, 2016

    A Long March 3B carrier rocket (Chang Zheng-3B) launched the Fengyun-4 weather satellite from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in southwest China's Sichuan Province, on 10 December 2016, at 16:10 UTC. The Fengyun-4 satellite is the first of China's second-generation weather satellites in geostationary orbit and its first quantitative remote-sensing satellite in high orbit.

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