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ЦитатаChina's Space Program Is Taking Off
By Frank Morring, Jr., Bradley Perrett, Amy Svitak
Source: Aviation Week & Space Technology

November 25, 2013

"I gave that same paper at Innsbruck in 1986," said a bemused European rocket engineer at the recent International Astronautical Congress (IAC) in Beijing, after a presentation on the Long March 2F rocket. The 2F has delivered 10 Chinese "taikonauts"--and the Tiangong 1 mini-station--to orbit over the past decade, two of them twice.

The European's remark sums up the present situation in China's ambitious game of space-exploration catch-up. Its engineers have caught up with Europe when Europe was 20 years behind the space-racing superpowers. But by 2020 or a little thereafter, when the International Space Station (ISS) may be on its last legs, Chinese space managers expect to have a Mir-class space station in orbit. There is a fair chance that Europe and at least one of the original spacefaring nations, Russia, will have contributed to its construction.

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As was the case with the Cold War space powers, China's leaders are using human spaceflight to signal the world--and the long-suffering Chinese people--that Beijing's state-capitalism approach has won modern superpower status for their ancient society. The new Chinese space station--also to be called Tiangong (Heavenly Palace)--will be open to all comers, a Chinese-led version of the ISS that merged the two Cold War superpowers' manned space programs (AW&ST Sept. 30, p. 24).

But there is more to space than taikonauts--a made-up English term only recently adopted in Chinese space circles to give its spacefarers equal footing in English with astronauts and Russia's cosmonauts. Chinese companies are working hard to add spacecraft components to the nation's flood of exports, even as the U.S. tries to ease International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) designed to keep its own technology out of Chinese hands (AW&ST Sept. 16, p. 50).

Meanwhile, the U.S. Air Force Space Command uneasily monitors a constellation of three maneuvering Chinese satellites launched July 19 with no fanfare, trying to determine their military utility. And the U.S. lawmakers who block cooperative space programs with China on human-rights and national-security grounds cite as evidence of the threat fr om China the 2007 anti-satellite test (ASAT) that created the largest single space debris cloud in history (AW&ST Feb. 12, 2007, p. 20).

China's leaders live in a secure compound near the ancient Forbidden City in Beijing and may be even less visible to public scrutiny than the dynastic emperors who occupied that sprawling palace. Understanding their motivation for actions like the ASAT test, which came as Chinese diplomats prepared for an international meeting in Vienna on space debris mitigation, can be as tricky as Cold War Kremlinology (see page 56). But China-watching is an old academic discipline in the West, and its practitioners have a pretty clear idea of what is behind China's space activities.

"The top government leaders, decision-makers, people who are in charge of the various space programs at various levels, see space as an area of disproportionately important investment," says Andrew Erickson, a China specialist at the U.S. Naval War College and Harvard University's Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies. "There's been a widespread consensus in China, pretty much since the founding of the People's Republic of China and the early Mao years--but now I think much more realistic and grounded in resources and sustainable program development--that to be the sort of independent, great power with comprehensive national capabilities that China wants to be and increasingly is, China needs robust space capabilities across the board."
Like the rest of the world, China does not have enough money to do everything its engineers would like to do in space. Ge Chang-Chun, an academician at the Chinese Academy of Sciences who is a researcher in space solar power (SSP), says his nation's human spaceflight and robotic Moon-exploration programs are gaining most of the civil-space funding today.

The Chinese government has heard Ge's arguments for SSP as a solution to the country's energy and clean-air needs and has granted some support. But that support falls short of the level that would be needed to begin operational power generation in the 2030s, as Ge and his colleagues believe is feasible. Even with China's perceived deep pockets, SSP is not the only ambitious space project sitting on the back burner there.

Technical presentations at the annual IAC usually afford a good idea of worldwide trends in space exploration. China took advantage of the Beijing session this year to expand its presence in international space circles, offering hundreds of papers that show a range of space activity that has not always been apparent. The work showcased makes clear that China is active in most of the same areas as the rest of the spacefaring world, with the Moon and Mars clearly set as first-order exploration goals.

China is pushing ahead with its third robotic mission to the Moon, planning to launch Chang'e-3 before the end of the year with a lander/rover combination on board. The flight will build on the success of Chang'e-2, which expanded China's envelope by leaving lunar orbit for visits to the Earth-Sun L2 Lagrangian point and an approach to the asteroid 4179 Toutatis within 800 meters (2,625 ft.), which required sophisticated navigation, four course corrections and China's first use of X-band communications for deep-space missions.

"Based on the innovative design, overall demonstration, elaborate implementation, usage of residual propellant, Chang'e-2 explored Moon, L2 point and then Toutatis asteroid, realizing the international-level exploration of multiple objectives and multiple missions, while achieving the purpose of 'faster, better, cheaper,' which was far beyond our expectations," said Huang Jiangchuan, who led the IAC presentation on the mission.

Chang'e-3 will continue China's push for advanced technologies and operational techniques in robotic exploration. Based on Chinese publications, U.S. analyst Dwayne Day believes the lander/rover will be solar-powered but will use radioisotope heaters to protect its electronics during the lunar nighttime. The rover will be teleoperated by drivers in China who are training for the job with simulations built up fr om digital maps available for the Bay of Rainbows landing site by adding "craters and rocks on it randomly," according to Peng Deyun of the Beijing Aerospace Control Center.

Mars is the ultimate destination, for China and the other human-spaceflight nations today. Russia left China's piggyback Yinghuo-1 Mars orbiter stranded in Earth orbit along with the Phobos Grunt probe after its Nov. 8, 2011, launch on a Zenit 2-SB rocket, but planning continues in China on a number of fronts for red planet exploration.

Some concepts for human missions to Mars were presented at the IAC, but nearer-term robotic spaceflight was a key area of focus. One concept presented by Beijing's Qian Xuesen Laboratory of Space Technology called for a "plural mode" mission that would combine an orbiter and rover with three surface penetrators and a balloon carrying instruments for in-situ atmospheric research.

Set for launch in 2024 on the planned Long March 5 rocket fr om the new launch center being built on Hainan Island (see photo, page 52), the mission would target the Nilosyrtis Mensae region wh ere clays discovered from orbit make it a promising site for evidence of past life. Gale Crater, wh ere NASA's Curiosity rover is operating, is a backup landing site in the Chinese plans.

Scientists at Beihang University in Beijing are working on a concept to send a small piggyback satellite into Mars orbit "hitching" on a larger spacecraft that would image the planet's surface. The Chinese experts calculate that, once jettisoned into an elliptical orbit around Mars, the secondary spacecraft could image the moon Deimos during more than 280 flybys over a service life available in the 2016 Earth-Mars planetary launch window. It could also work with the main spacecraft on studies of the planet's atmosphere, according to the Beihang paper.

Chinese researchers are also investigating dust removal from surface-vehicle solar arrays; advanced navigation for entry, descent and landing on Mars; and a concept for formation-flying a constellation of linked smallsats in a fractionated approach to orbital observation of Mars.

While China's human spaceflight program remains focused on launching, building and operating the planned Tiangong space station in the coming decade, the nation is clearly interested in deep-space human exploration, as evidenced by IAC presentations. Near-term, researchers at the Lanzhou Institute of Physics are examining different ways to seal lunar samples for return to Earth, mindful of the difficulty with sample seals caused by abrasive lunar dust during the Apollo landings.

For the longer term, Chinese scientists and engineers are looking into human-factors issues of long-term spaceflight, including both life sciences and psychology. A group from the Astronaut Research and Training Center of China presented partial results on reaction-time testing from the Shenzhou 9 mission, while researchers outlined mood effects on the crew of the Mars 500 analog experiment in Moscow, which included a Chinese subject. Experts from the Chinese Academy of Sciences have been conducting ground-based experiments designed to simulate space radiation to better understand its effects.

"[D]ata of space environment effects and psychological changes will be systematically collected and accumulated, a human system risk evaluation system will be established more perfectly, and innovative protection techniques will be developed," stated Li Yinghui, of the Astronaut Research and Training Center. "Therefore, it will facilitate the theoretical and technical reserves for long-term spaceflight and promote the unceasing development of manned spaceflight projects."

Proceedings at the IAC indicated the wide range of space-research activities underway in China: an intelligent remote sensor for deep-space exploration that can automatically adjust for conditions too ephemeral for long-distance commands to capture; an interior free-flyer to isolate microgravity experiments from space station vibrations; the use of Tai Chi training to mitigate space-environment effects on brain function; and the use of a hybrid rocket burning hydroxyl terminated polybutadiene as fuel to ignite a scramjet in a rocket-based, combined-cycle propulsion system for lower-cost space launch.

Like NASA, a handful of commercial companies and the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, Chinese engineers are studying the use of robotics for on-orbit spacecraft servicing, refueling and recycling. Students at the School of Aerospace Engineering at the Beijing Institute of Technology are proposing a concept that would base robotic servicing spacecraft at a space station, wh ere they would await calls and return for replenishment.

Aerospace Dongfanghong Development Ltd., based in Shenzhen, has developed a concept for a "micro-satellite swarm robot servicing system" of five small spacecraft. One would serve as a communications hub, two would monitor ongoing work and two--equipped with pairs of robotic arms--would handle the teleoperated servicing.

The company made no secret that it is drawing heavily on work presented at other public international conferences and in technical publications from the U.S. and Japan. Moreover, top officials of China's human spaceflight organization met their counterparts from Europe, Russia and Canada at the IAC to push an agenda of international cooperation.

Notably absent from the talks were NASA Administrator Charles Bolden and Naoki Okumura, president of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency. Bolden is barred by Congress from holding bilateral talks with China, while Japan is in a quasi-military confrontation with China over three uninhabited islands in the East China Sea that may have oil and gas deposits.

"China, as a responsible country, would like to make more positive contributions to peaceful use of outer space," says Wang Zhaoyao, director general of the China Manned Space Agency, which publicized the talks on its website.

Bolden, a former space shuttle commander, has visited China officially as NASA administrator and toured its human spaceflight facilities. But while he is allowed to attend multilateral gatherings such as the IAC in China, he apparently has been careful to avoid one-on-one talks with Chinese officials since Congress prohibited them in the 2011 NASA spending bill.

Rep. Frank Wolf (R-Va.), chairman of the House Appropriations subcommittee that oversees NASA spending, and a sharp critic of China's leadership on human rights and other grounds, reiterated his position Oct. 8 in a six-page letter to Bolden on the subject.

"In addition to the myriad human rights and religious freedom abuses described [in the letter], there are serious concerns about widespread espionage against the U.S., including NASA, as well as recent developments in China's space warfare program," Wolf wrote.

Among officials meeting Wang and Yang Liwei, who flew China's first human space mission a decade ago, were Jean-Jacques Dordain, director general of the European Space Agency (ESA), and Sergey Saveliev, deputy head of Russian space agency Roscosmos and the highest-ranking Russian space official at the Beijing congress. ESA and Roscosmos have already agreed to joint robotic Mars exploration in 2016-18, and in Beijing their leaders agreed to pursue three-way robotic and human cooperation with China, according to the Chinese agency.

Ukraine, which retains key Soviet-era space-industry assets, including the Yuzhnoye/Yuzhmash launch-vehicle complex, also has held space-cooperation talks with China and hopes to reopen old business ties with Beijing in that arena. "People forget that the Chinese space program was based on Soviet technologies," says Yuri Alexseyev, chairman of the State Space Agency of Ukraine.

Tap the icon in the digital edition of AW&ST for a look at the planned Chinese space station, or go to AviationWeek.com/tiangong
"Были когда-то и мы рысаками!!!"

Liss

30 ноября "Юаньван-21" и "Юаньван-22" прошли Тайваньский пролив, вероятно, по пути в Шанхай/Цзянъин.
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Liss

По состоянию на вечер 30.11.2013 три корабля находились в следующих позициях:

Юаньван-3: 16.47°с.ш., 141.67°в.д.
Юаньван-5: 09.44°с.ш., 157.89°в.д.
Юаньван-6: 02.05°с.ш., 168.44°в.д.
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Salo

02.12.2013 23:13:30 #323 Последнее редактирование: 09.12.2013 21:12:18 от Salo
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=5060.msg1126818#msg1126818
ЦитатаSatori пишет:
China launches in 2013

01 - April 26 (0413:04.505UTC) - CZ-2D (Y18 )  - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-1 Gaofen-1; NEE-01 Pegaso; Turksat-3USAT; CubeBug-1 'Capitán Beto'
02 - May 1 (1606:04.405UTC) - CZ-3B/E (Y25) - XSLC, LC2 - ZX-11 Zhongxing-11 (Chinasat-11)
03 - June 11 (0938:02.666UTC) - CZ-2F/G (Y10) - JSLC, LC43/921 - SZ-10 Shenzhou-10
04 - July 15 (0927:03UTC) - CZ-2C (Y23) - JSLC, LC43/603 - SJ-11 Shijian 11-05
05 - July 19 (2337:55.685UTC) - CZ-4C - TSLC, LC9 - SJ-15 Shijian-15, SW-7 Shiyan Weixing-7, CX-3 Chuangxin-3
06 - September 1 (1916UTC) - CZ-4C (Y13) - JSLC, LC43/603 - YG-17 Yaogan Weixing-17A/B/C
07 - September 23 (0307:17.055UTC) - CZ-4C (Y12) - TSLC, LC9 - FY-3C Fengyun-3C
08 - September 25 (0437UTC) - KZ Kuaizhou - JSLC - KZ-1 Kuaizhou-1
09 - October 25 (0350':03.536(?)'UTC) - CZ-4B (Y25) - JSLC, LC43/603 - SJ-16 Shijian-16
10 - October 29 (0250:04.666UTC) - CZ-2C - Taiyuan, LC9 - YG-18 Yaogan Weixing-18
11 - November 20 (0331:04.708UTC) - CZ-4C - TSLC, LC9 - YG-19 Yaogan Weixing-19
12 - November 25 (0212:04.397UTC) - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - SW-5 Shiyan Weixing-5
13 - December 1 (1730:00.344UTC) - CZ-3B/GIII (Y23) - XSLC, LC2 - Chang'e-3 / Yutu

China launch schedule


2013

December 9 (0326UTC) - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - CBERS-3
December 20 (1702UTC) - CZ-3B/E - XSLC, LC2 - Túpac Katari 'TKSat-1' (Bolivia)
December 29 - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - GF-2 Gaofen-2; BRITE-PL-2 "Heweliusz"

2014

Early - CZ-4B - TSLC - ZY-3 Ziyuan-3 (2)
Early - CZ-2C - JSLC, LC43/603 - SJ-11 Shijian 11-06
December - CZ-4B - TSLC - FY-3D Fengyun-3D (Batch 2)
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - TH-2 Tianhui-2
?? - KZ Kuaizhou - JSLC - KZ-2 Kuaizhou-2
?? - CZ-3B/E - XSLC, LC2 - ZX-M Zhongxing-M (Chinasat-M)
?? - CZ-3A - XSLC, LC3 - FY-2G Fengyun-2G
?? - CZ-3A - XSLC - FY-2H Fengyun-2H
?? - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - Compass-MEO (Beidou-2); Compass-MEO (Beidou-2)
?? - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - Compass-MEO (Beidou-2); Compass-MEO (Beidou-2)
?? - ?? - XSLC - Reentry Test for Moon recovery
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - SJ-13 Shijian-13A; Shijian-13B
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - HY-2B Haiyang-2B
?? - CZ-7 - WSLC - ??
?? - CZ-?? - ?? - CFOSAT (China-France Oceanography SATellite)
?? - CZ-2C(?) - ?? - CSES-1 Earthquake electromagnetism monitor satellite
?? - ?? - ?? - YG-20 Yaogan Weixing-20
?? - ?? - ?? - YG-21 Yaogan Weixing-21
?? - ?? - ?? - Remote Sensing Satellite System (RSSS) - Pakistan

2015

June - CZ-2C/CTS-2 - XSLC - Barcelona Moon Team
December - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - CBERS-4
Mid - CZ-3B/E - XSLC, LC2 - LaoSat-1
End - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - CongoSat-1
?? - CZ-7 - WSLC - TG-2 Tiangong-2; Banxing-2
?? - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - ZX-15 Zhongxing-15 (Chinasat-15)
?? - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - ZX-?? Zhongxing-?? (Chinasat-??)
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-3 Gaofen-3
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-4 Gaofen-4
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-5 Gaofen-5
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC - DAMPE (DArk Matter Particle Explorer)
?? - CZ-6 - WSLC - ??
?? - CZ-7 - WSLC - Logistics Cargo Vehicle
NET - CZ-11 - JSLC - ??
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - SJ-10 Shijian-10 (or 2016)
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-3 Fengyun-3 RM-1
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - FY-4A Fengyun-4A
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - HY-2C Haiyang-2C
?? - ?? - ?? - HY-3A Haiyang-3A
NET - ?? - ?? - VeneSat-2
NET - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - BelinterSat-1
?? - CZ-4B - ?? - Hard X-ray Modulation Telescope 'HXMT'
?? - ?? - ?? - Small Military Meteorological Satellite (x6)
?? - ?? - ?? - TanSat (CarbonSat)

2016

May - CZ-2F/G - JSLC, LC43/921 - SZ-11 Shenzhou-11
Middle - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - SupremeSAT-II
3rd Quarter - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - Nicasat-1
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-6 Gaofen-6
?? - CZ-2F/G - JSLC, LC43/921 - SZ-12 Shenzhou-12
NET - CZ-D (?) - JSLC, LC43/603 - Bolivia Remote Sensing Satellite
?? - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - Chang'e-4 (Moon lander/rover)
NET - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - NigComSat-2
NET - CZ-5 - WSLC - ??
?? - ?? - TSLC - CBERS-4B
?? - ?? - ?? - QUESS (QUantum Experiments at Space Scale)

2017

NET - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - NigComSat-3
?? - ?? - ?? - HY-3B Haiyang-3B
?? - ?? - TSLC - FY-3E Fengyun-3E (Batch 2)
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4B Fengyun-4B
?? - ?? - ?? - Asteroid rendezvous and touchdown
?? - ?? - ?? - Kuafu-A
?? - ?? - ?? - SVOM (Space-based multi-band astronomical Variable Objects Monitor)

2018

?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-7 Gaofen-7
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC - Chang'e-5 (Sample return)
?? - ?? - TSLC - CBERS-SAR 1
?? - ?? - ?? - Mars probe (Orbiter and Rover)
?? - WSLC - CZ-5 - Space Station Core Module
?? - ?? - ?? - Deep Space Solar Observatory
?? - ?? - ?? - Kuafu-B (1)
?? - ?? - ?? - Kuafu-B (2)

2019

?? - ?? - TSLC - FY-3F Fengyun-3F (Batch 2)
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-3 Fengyun-3 RM-2
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - HY-2D Haiyang-2D

2020

September - ?? - TSLC - CBERS-6
?? - WSLC - CZ-5 - Space Station Laboratory
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4C Fengyun-4C (or 2019)
NET - ?? - ?? - Recoverable Moon Probes
?? - ?? - ?? - Two Meter Space Telescope

2021

?? - ?? - TSLC - FY-3G Fengyun-3G (Batch 2)
?? - ?? - ?? - Venus Global Sensing Probe

2022

?? - ?? - ?? - HY-3C Haiyang-3C

2023

?? - ?? - ?? - SPORT (Solar Polar Orbit Radio Telescope)
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4D Fengyun-4D
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-3RM2 Fengyun-3RM2

2024

?? - ?? - ?? - Asteroid Sample Return Mission

2025

Proposed Moon Landing
?? - ?? - ?? - Jupiter Orbiter

2026

?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4E Fengyun-4E

2028

?? - ?? - ?? - Mars Sample Return

2030

?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4F Fengyun-4F

2033

?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4G Fengyun-4G

Changes on December 1
Changes on December 2
"Были когда-то и мы рысаками!!!"


che wi

Китай в декабре запустит спутник дистанционного зондирования Gaofen-2
http://ria.ru/space/20131206/982467018.html

Liss

Цитатасаша пишет:
 bmpd - Китай замораживает пилотируемую лунную программу - СМИ
есть текст другом источнике?
Трудно заморозить то, чего нет...
Что касается "Чанъэ-5" и доставки лунного грунта, то сегодня сообщение об отказе от этого проекта опровергнуто. Изменилась лишь дата -- с 2017 на 2018.
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Salo

09.12.2013 21:11:17 #327 Последнее редактирование: 12.12.2013 15:56:20 от Salo
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=5060.msg1130305#msg1130305
ЦитатаSatori пишет:

China launches in 2013

01 - April 26 (0413:04.505UTC) - CZ-2D (Y18 )  - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-1 Gaofen-1; NEE-01 Pegaso; Turksat-3USAT; CubeBug-1 'Capitán Beto'
02 - May 1 (1606:04.405UTC) - CZ-3B/E (Y25) - XSLC, LC2 - ZX-11 Zhongxing-11 (Chinasat-11)
03 - June 11 (0938:02.666UTC) - CZ-2F/G (Y10) - JSLC, LC43/921 - SZ-10 Shenzhou-10
04 - July 15 (0927:03UTC) - CZ-2C (Y23) - JSLC, LC43/603 - SJ-11 Shijian 11-05
05 - July 19 (2337:55.685UTC) - CZ-4C - TSLC, LC9 - SJ-15 Shijian-15, SW-7 Shiyan Weixing-7, CX-3 Chuangxin-3
06 - September 1 (1916UTC) - CZ-4C (Y13) - JSLC, LC43/603 - YG-17 Yaogan Weixing-17A/B/C
07 - September 23 (0307:17.055UTC) - CZ-4C (Y12) - TSLC, LC9 - FY-3C Fengyun-3C
08 - September 25 (0437UTC) - KZ Kuaizhou - JSLC - KZ-1 Kuaizhou-1
09 - October 25 (0350':03.536(?)'UTC) - CZ-4B (Y25) - JSLC, LC43/603 - SJ-16 Shijian-16
10 - October 29 (0250:04.666UTC) - CZ-2C - Taiyuan, LC9 - YG-18 Yaogan Weixing-18
11 - November 20 (0331:04.708UTC) - CZ-4C - TSLC, LC9 - YG-19 Yaogan Weixing-19
12 - November 25 (0212:04.397UTC) - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - SW-5 Shiyan Weixing-5
13 - December 1 (1730:00.344UTC) - CZ-3B/GIII (Y23) - XSLC, LC2 - Chang'e-3 / Yutu
FF - December 9 (0326UTC) - CZ-4B (Y10) - TSLC, LC9 - CBERS-3

China launch schedule


2013

December 20 (1702UTC) - CZ-3B/E - XSLC, LC2 - Túpac Katari 'TKSat-1' (Bolivia)

2014

Early - CZ-4B - TSLC - ZY-3 Ziyuan-3 (2)
Early - CZ-2C - JSLC, LC43/603 - SJ-11 Shijian 11-06
December - CZ-4B - TSLC - FY-3D Fengyun-3D (Batch 2) (or NET 2015)
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - TH-2 Tianhui-2
?? - KZ Kuaizhou - JSLC - KZ-2 Kuaizhou-2
?? - CZ-3B/E - XSLC, LC2 - ZX-M Zhongxing-M (Chinasat-M)
?? - CZ-3A - XSLC, LC3 - FY-2G Fengyun-2G
?? - CZ-3A - XSLC - FY-2H Fengyun-2H
?? - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - Compass-MEO (Beidou-2); Compass-MEO (Beidou-2)
?? - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - Compass-MEO (Beidou-2); Compass-MEO (Beidou-2)
?? - ?? - XSLC - Reentry Test for Moon recovery
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - SJ-13 Shijian-13A; Shijian-13B
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - HY-2B Haiyang-2B
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - GF-2 Gaofen-2; BRITE-PL-2 "Heweliusz"
?? - CZ-7 - WSLC - ??
?? - ?? - ?? - YG-20 Yaogan Weixing-20
?? - ?? - ?? - YG-21 Yaogan Weixing-21
?? - ?? - ?? - Remote Sensing Satellite System (RSSS) - Pakistan

2015

June - CZ-2C/CTS-2 - XSLC - Barcelona Moon Team
December - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - CBERS-4
Mid - CZ-3B/E - XSLC, LC2 - LaoSat-1
End - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - CongoSat-1
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-3 Gaofen-3
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-4 Gaofen-4
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-5 Gaofen-5
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC - DAMPE (DArk Matter Particle Explorer)
NET - CZ-11 - JSLC - ??
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - SJ-10 Shijian-10 (or 2016)
?? - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - ZX-15 Zhongxing-15 (Chinasat-15)
?? - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - ZX-?? Zhongxing-?? (Chinasat-??)
?? - CZ-3A - XSLC, LC3 - FY-2H Fengyun-2H
?? - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - Chang'e-4 (Moon lander/rover)
NET - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - BelinterSat-1
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - FY-4A Fengyun-4A
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - HY-2C Haiyang-2C
?? - CZ-2C - ?? - CFOSAT (China-France Oceanography SATellite)
?? - CZ-7 - WSLC - TG-2 Tiangong-2; Banxing-2
?? - CZ-6 - WSLC - ??
?? - CZ-7 - WSLC - Logistics Cargo Vehicle
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-3 Fengyun-3 RM-1
?? - ?? - ?? - HY-3A Haiyang-3A
NET - ?? - ?? - VeneSat-2
?? - CZ-4B - ?? - Hard X-ray Modulation Telescope 'HXMT'
?? - ?? - ?? - Small Military Meteorological Satellite (x6)
?? - ?? - ?? - TanSat (CarbonSat)
?? - ?? - ?? - Pakistan Remote Sensing Satellite (PRSS-1) (or 2016) (a)

(a) - http://www.suparco.gov.pk/pages/rsss.asp?rssslinksid=1

2016

May - CZ-2F/G - JSLC, LC43/921 - SZ-11 Shenzhou-11
September - CZ-2C(?) - ?? - CSES-1 Earthquake electromagnetism monitor satellite
Middle - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - SupremeSAT-II
3rd Quarter - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - Nicasat-1
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-6 Gaofen-6
?? - CZ-2F/G - JSLC, LC43/921 - SZ-12 Shenzhou-12
NET - CZ-D (?) - JSLC, LC43/603 - Bolivia Remote Sensing Satellite
NET - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - NigComSat-2
?? - CZ-3B/GIII - XSLC, LC2 - Chang'e-4 lunar probe and rover
NET - CZ-5 - WSLC - ??
?? - ?? - TSLC - CBERS-4B
?? - ?? - ?? - QUESS (QUantum Experiments at Space Scale)

2017

NET - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - NigComSat-3
?? - ?? - ?? - HY-3B Haiyang-3B
?? - ?? - TSLC - FY-3E Fengyun-3E (Batch 2)
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4B Fengyun-4B
?? - ?? - ?? - Asteroid rendezvous and touchdown
?? - ?? - ?? - Kuafu-A
?? - ?? - ?? - SVOM (Space-based multi-band astronomical Variable Objects Monitor)

2018

?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-7 Gaofen-7
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC - Chang'e-5 (Sample return)
?? - ?? - TSLC - CBERS-SAR 1
?? - ?? - ?? - Mars probe (Orbiter and Rover)
?? - WSLC - CZ-5 - Space Station Core Module
?? - ?? - ?? - Deep Space Solar Observatory
?? - ?? - ?? - Kuafu-B (1)
?? - ?? - ?? - Kuafu-B (2)

2019

?? - ?? - TSLC - FY-3F Fengyun-3F (Batch 2)
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-3 Fengyun-3 RM-2
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - HY-2D Haiyang-2D

2020

September - ?? - TSLC - CBERS-6
?? - WSLC - CZ-5 - Space Station Laboratory
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4C Fengyun-4C (or 2019)
NET - ?? - ?? - Recoverable Moon Probes
?? - ?? - ?? - Two Meter Space Telescope

2021

?? - ?? - TSLC - FY-3G Fengyun-3G (Batch 2)
?? - ?? - ?? - Venus Global Sensing Probe

2022

?? - ?? - ?? - HY-3C Haiyang-3C

2023

?? - ?? - ?? - SPORT (Solar Polar Orbit Radio Telescope)
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4D Fengyun-4D
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-3RM2 Fengyun-3RM2

2024

?? - ?? - ?? - Asteroid Sample Return Mission

2025

Proposed Moon Landing
?? - ?? - ?? - Jupiter Orbiter

2026

?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4E Fengyun-4E

2028

?? - ?? - ?? - Mars Sample Return

2030

?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4F Fengyun-4F

2033

?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4G Fengyun-4G

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mark2000

http://mir24.tv/news/Science/9477935

ЦитатаКитай хочет разместить войска на Луне

Москва, 11 декабря. Запуск китайского лунохода «Нефритовый заяц» к спутнику Земли прошел успешно. Отмечается, что к 2050 году представители Центра исследования Луны планируют создать на Луне ракетную базу, откуда будут запускать исследовательские корабли для различных миссий (пилотируемых и беспилотных) по освоению дальнего и ближнего космоса. Также там будут тестироваться //новые виды оружия, передают vesti.ru.
В настоящее время обсуждается возможность перемещения части Народно-освободительной армии Китая на Луну. Президент Китайской Народной Республики Си Цзиньпин отметил, что желает, чтобы Китай стал космической сверхдержавой.


Salo

20.12.2013 22:20:46 #329 Последнее редактирование: 05.01.2014 01:35:24 от Salo
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=5060.msg1136164#msg1136164
ЦитатаSatori пишет:

China launches in 2013

01 - April 26 (0413:04.505UTC) - CZ-2D (Y18 ) - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-1 Gaofen-1; NEE-01 Pegaso; Turksat-3USAT; CubeBug-1 'Capitán Beto'
02 - May 1 (1606:04.405UTC) - CZ-3B/E (Y25) - XSLC, LC2 - ZX-11 Zhongxing-11 (Chinasat-11)
03 - June 11 (0938:02.666UTC) - CZ-2F/G (Y10) - JSLC, LC43/921 - SZ-10 Shenzhou-10
04 - July 15 (0927:03UTC) - CZ-2C (Y23) - JSLC, LC43/603 - SJ-11 Shijian 11-05
05 - July 19 (2337:55.685UTC) - CZ-4C - TSLC, LC9 - SJ-15 Shijian-15, SW-7 Shiyan Weixing-7, CX-3 Chuangxin-3
06 - September 1 (1916UTC) - CZ-4C (Y13) - JSLC, LC43/603 - YG-17 Yaogan Weixing-17A/B/C
07 - September 23 (0307:17.055UTC) - CZ-4C (Y12) - TSLC, LC9 - FY-3C Fengyun-3C
08 - September 25 (0437UTC) - KZ Kuaizhou - JSLC - KZ-1 Kuaizhou-1
09 - October 25 (0350':03.536(?)'UTC) - CZ-4B (Y25) - JSLC, LC43/603 - SJ-16 Shijian-16
10 - October 29 (0250:04.666UTC) - CZ-2C - Taiyuan, LC9 - YG-18 Yaogan Weixing-18
11 - November 20 (0331:04.708UTC) - CZ-4C - TSLC, LC9 - YG-19 Yaogan Weixing-19
12 - November 25 (0212:04.397UTC) - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - SW-5 Shiyan Weixing-5
13 - December 1 (1730:00.344UTC) - CZ-3B/GIII (Y23) - XSLC, LC2 - Chang'e-3 / Yutu
FF - December 9 (0326UTC) - CZ-4B (Y10) - TSLC, LC9 - CBERS-3
14 - December 20 (1642UTC) - CZ-3B/E (Y27) - XSLC, LC2 - Túpac Katari 'TKSat-1'

China launch schedule


2014

Early - CZ-4B - TSLC - ZY-3 Ziyuan-3 (2)
Early - CZ-2C - JSLC, LC43/603 - SJ-11 Shijian 11-06
December - CZ-4B - TSLC - FY-3D Fengyun-3D (Batch 2) (or NET 2015)
December - CZ-3A - XSLC, LC3 - FY-2G Fengyun-2G
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - TH-2 Tianhui-2
?? - KZ Kuaizhou - JSLC - KZ-2 Kuaizhou-2
?? - CZ-3B/E - XSLC, LC2 - ZX-M Zhongxing-M (Chinasat-M)
?? - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - Compass-MEO (Beidou-2); Compass-MEO (Beidou-2)
?? - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - Compass-MEO (Beidou-2); Compass-MEO (Beidou-2)
?? - ?? - XSLC - Reentry Test for Moon recovery
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - SJ-13 Shijian-13A; Shijian-13B
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - HY-2B Haiyang-2B
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - GF-2 Gaofen-2; BRITE-PL-2 "Heweliusz"
?? - CZ-7 - WSLC - ??
?? - ?? - ?? - YG-20 Yaogan Weixing-20
?? - ?? - ?? - YG-21 Yaogan Weixing-21

2015

June - CZ-2C/CTS-2 - XSLC - Barcelona Moon Team
December - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - CBERS-4
Mid - CZ-3B/E - XSLC, LC2 - LaoSat-1
End - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - CongoSat-1
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-3 Gaofen-3
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-4 Gaofen-4
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-5 Gaofen-5
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC - DAMPE (DArk Matter Particle Explorer)
NET - CZ-11 - JSLC - ??
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - SJ-10 Shijian-10 (or 2016)
?? - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - ZX-15 Zhongxing-15 (Chinasat-15)
?? - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - ZX-?? Zhongxing-?? (Chinasat-??)
?? - CZ-3A - XSLC, LC3 - FY-2H Fengyun-2H
?? - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - Chang'e-4 (Moon lander/rover)
NET - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - BelinterSat-1
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - FY-4A Fengyun-4A
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - HY-2C Haiyang-2C
?? - CZ-2C - ?? - CFOSAT (China-France Oceanography SATellite)
?? - CZ-7 - WSLC - TG-2 Tiangong-2; Banxing-2
?? - CZ-6 - WSLC - ??
?? - CZ-7 - WSLC - Logistics Cargo Vehicle
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-3 Fengyun-3 RM-1
?? - ?? - ?? - HY-3A Haiyang-3A
NET - ?? - ?? - VeneSat-2
?? - CZ-4B - ?? - Hard X-ray Modulation Telescope 'HXMT'
?? - ?? - ?? - Small Military Meteorological Satellite (x6)
?? - ?? - ?? - TanSat (CarbonSat)
?? - ?? - ?? - Pakistan Remote Sensing Satellite (PRSS-1) (or 2016) (a)

(a) - http://www.suparco.gov.pk/pages/rsss.asp?rssslinksid=1

2016

May - CZ-2F/G - JSLC, LC43/921 - SZ-11 Shenzhou-11
September - CZ-2C(?) - ?? - CSES-1 Earthquake electromagnetism monitor satellite
Middle - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - SupremeSAT-II
3rd Quarter - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - Nicasat-1
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-6 Gaofen-6
?? - CZ-2D (?) - JSLC, LC43/603 - Bartolina Sisa (Bolívia)
?? - CZ-2F/G - JSLC, LC43/921 - SZ-12 Shenzhou-12
NET - CZ-D (?) - JSLC, LC43/603 - Bolivia Remote Sensing Satellite
NET - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - NigComSat-2
?? - CZ-3B/GIII - XSLC, LC2 - Chang'e-4 lunar probe and rover
NET - CZ-5 - WSLC - ??
?? - ?? - TSLC - CBERS-4B
?? - ?? - ?? - QUESS (QUantum Experiments at Space Scale)

2017

NET - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - NigComSat-3
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC - Chang'e-5 (Sample return)
?? - ?? - ?? - HY-3B Haiyang-3B
?? - ?? - TSLC - FY-3E Fengyun-3E (Batch 2)
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4B Fengyun-4B
?? - ?? - ?? - Asteroid rendezvous and touchdown
?? - ?? - ?? - Kuafu-A
?? - ?? - ?? - SVOM (Space-based multi-band astronomical Variable Objects Monitor)

2018

?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-7 Gaofen-7
?? - ?? - TSLC - CBERS-SAR 1
?? - ?? - ?? - Mars probe (Orbiter and Rover)
?? - WSLC - CZ-5 - Space Station Core Module
?? - ?? - ?? - Deep Space Solar Observatory
?? - ?? - ?? - Kuafu-B (1)
?? - ?? - ?? - Kuafu-B (2)

2019

?? - ?? - TSLC - FY-3F Fengyun-3F (Batch 2)
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-3 Fengyun-3 RM-2
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - HY-2D Haiyang-2D

2020

September - ?? - TSLC - CBERS-6
?? - WSLC - CZ-5 - Space Station Laboratory
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4C Fengyun-4C (or 2019)
NET - ?? - ?? - Recoverable Moon Probes
?? - ?? - ?? - Two Meter Space Telescope

2021

?? - ?? - TSLC - FY-3G Fengyun-3G (Batch 2)
?? - ?? - ?? - Venus Global Sensing Probe

2022

?? - ?? - ?? - HY-3C Haiyang-3C

2023

?? - ?? - ?? - SPORT (Solar Polar Orbit Radio Telescope)
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4D Fengyun-4D
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-3RM2 Fengyun-3RM2

2024

?? - ?? - ?? - Asteroid Sample Return Mission

2025

Proposed Moon Landing
?? - ?? - ?? - Jupiter Orbiter

2026

?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4E Fengyun-4E

2028

?? - ?? - ?? - Mars Sample Return

2030

?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4F Fengyun-4F

2033

?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4G Fengyun-4G

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Liss

Три корабля "Юаньван" вернулись в базовый порт.

"Юаньван-5" -- 12 декабря.
"Юаньван-3" и "Юаньван-6" -- 31 декабря.
Сказанное выше выражает личную точку зрения автора, основанную на открытых источниках информации

Salo

http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=5060.msg1140652#msg1140652
ЦитатаSatori пишет:

China launches in 2014


China launch schedule


2014

Early - CZ-4B - TSLC - ZY-3 Ziyuan-3 (2)
Early - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - GF-2 Gaofen-2; BRITE-PL-2 "Heweliusz"
Early - CZ-2C - JSLC, LC43/603 - SJ-11 Shijian 11-06
December - CZ-4B - TSLC - FY-3D Fengyun-3D (Batch 2) (or NET 2015)
December - CZ-3A - XSLC, LC3 - FY-2G Fengyun-2G
December - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - CBERS-4
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - TH-2 Tianhui-2
?? - KZ Kuaizhou - JSLC - KZ-2 Kuaizhou-2
?? - CZ-3B/E - XSLC, LC2 - ZX-M Zhongxing-M (Chinasat-M)
?? - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - Compass-MEO (Beidou-2); Compass-MEO (Beidou-2)
?? - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - Compass-MEO (Beidou-2); Compass-MEO (Beidou-2)
?? - ?? - XSLC - Reentry Test for Moon recovery
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - SJ-13 Shijian-13A; Shijian-13B
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - HY-2B Haiyang-2B
?? - CZ-7 - WSLC - ??
?? - ?? - ?? - YG-20 Yaogan Weixing-20
?? - ?? - ?? - YG-21 Yaogan Weixing-21

2015

June - CZ-2C/CTS-2 - XSLC - Barcelona Moon Team
December - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - CBERS-4
Mid - CZ-3B/E - XSLC, LC2 - LaoSat-1
End - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - CongoSat-1
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-3 Gaofen-3
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-4 Gaofen-4
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-5 Gaofen-5
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC - DAMPE (DArk Matter Particle Explorer)
NET - CZ-11 - JSLC - ??
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - SJ-10 Shijian-10 (or 2016)
?? - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - ZX-15 Zhongxing-15 (Chinasat-15)
?? - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - ZX-?? Zhongxing-?? (Chinasat-??)
?? - CZ-3A - XSLC, LC3 - FY-2H Fengyun-2H
?? - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - Chang'e-4 (Moon lander/rover)
NET - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - BelinterSat-1
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - FY-4A Fengyun-4A
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - HY-2C Haiyang-2C
?? - CZ-2C - ?? - CFOSAT (China-France Oceanography SATellite)
?? - CZ-7 - WSLC - TG-2 Tiangong-2; Banxing-2
?? - CZ-6 - WSLC - ??
?? - CZ-7 - WSLC - Logistics Cargo Vehicle
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-3 Fengyun-3 RM-1
?? - ?? - ?? - HY-3A Haiyang-3A
NET - ?? - ?? - VeneSat-2
?? - CZ-4B - ?? - Hard X-ray Modulation Telescope 'HXMT'
?? - ?? - ?? - Small Military Meteorological Satellite (x6)
?? - ?? - ?? - TanSat (CarbonSat)
?? - ?? - ?? - Pakistan Remote Sensing Satellite (PRSS-1) (or 2016) (a)

(a) - http://www.suparco.gov.pk/pages/rsss.asp?rssslinksid=1

2016

May - CZ-2F/G - JSLC, LC43/921 - SZ-11 Shenzhou-11
September - CZ-2C(?) - ?? - CSES-1 Earthquake electromagnetism monitor satellite
Middle - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - SupremeSAT-II
3rd Quarter - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - Nicasat-1
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-6 Gaofen-6
?? - CZ-2D (?) - JSLC, LC43/603 - Bartolina Sisa (Bolívia)
?? - CZ-2F/G - JSLC, LC43/921 - SZ-12 Shenzhou-12
NET - CZ-D (?) - JSLC, LC43/603 - Bolivia Remote Sensing Satellite
NET - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - NigComSat-2
?? - CZ-3B/GIII - XSLC, LC2 - Chang'e-4 lunar probe and rover
NET - CZ-5 - WSLC - ??
?? - ?? - TSLC - CBERS-4B
?? - ?? - ?? - QUESS (QUantum Experiments at Space Scale)

2017

NET - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - NigComSat-3
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC - Chang'e-5 (Sample return)
?? - ?? - ?? - HY-3B Haiyang-3B
?? - ?? - TSLC - FY-3E Fengyun-3E (Batch 2)
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4B Fengyun-4B
?? - ?? - ?? - Asteroid rendezvous and touchdown
?? - ?? - ?? - Kuafu-A
?? - ?? - ?? - SVOM (Space-based multi-band astronomical Variable Objects Monitor)

2018

?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-7 Gaofen-7
?? - ?? - TSLC - CBERS-SAR 1
?? - ?? - ?? - Mars probe (Orbiter and Rover)
?? - WSLC - CZ-5 - Space Station Core Module
?? - ?? - ?? - Deep Space Solar Observatory
?? - ?? - ?? - Kuafu-B (1)
?? - ?? - ?? - Kuafu-B (2)

2019

?? - ?? - TSLC - FY-3F Fengyun-3F (Batch 2)
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-3 Fengyun-3 RM-2
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - HY-2D Haiyang-2D

2020

September - ?? - TSLC - CBERS-6
?? - WSLC - CZ-5 - Space Station Laboratory
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4C Fengyun-4C (or 2019)
NET - ?? - ?? - Recoverable Moon Probes
?? - ?? - ?? - Two Meter Space Telescope

2021

?? - ?? - TSLC - FY-3G Fengyun-3G (Batch 2)
?? - ?? - ?? - Venus Global Sensing Probe

2022

?? - ?? - ?? - HY-3C Haiyang-3C

2023

?? - ?? - ?? - SPORT (Solar Polar Orbit Radio Telescope)
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4D Fengyun-4D
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-3RM2 Fengyun-3RM2

2024

?? - ?? - ?? - Asteroid Sample Return Mission

2025

Proposed Moon Landing
?? - ?? - ?? - Jupiter Orbiter

2026

?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4E Fengyun-4E

2028

?? - ?? - ?? - Mars Sample Return

2030

?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4F Fengyun-4F

2033

?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4G Fengyun-4G

Changes on January 1
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Salo

09.01.2014 22:37:51 #332 Последнее редактирование: 11.03.2014 16:38:29 от Salo
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=5060.msg1144809#msg1144809
ЦитатаSatori пишет:

Updating the schedule with some information from the 9ifly Chinese Space Forum. Thank you guys!

China launches in 2014


China launch schedule


2014

May - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - GF-2 Gaofen-2; BRITE-PL-2 "Heweliusz"
October - CZ-3C - XSLC, LC2 - Beidou-2 (GEO?)
December (?) - CZ-3A - XSLC, LC3 - FY-2G Fengyun-2G (or late June / July)
December - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - CBERS-4
Early - CZ-4B - TSLC - ZY-3 Ziyuan-3 (2)
Early - CZ-2C - JSLC, LC43/603 - SJ-11 Shijian 11-06
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - TH-2 Tianhui-2
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - TH-1 Tianhui-1 (3)
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - SJ-12 Shijian-12 (2)
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - YG-?? Yaogan Weixing-??
?? - KZ Kuaizhou - JSLC - KZ-2 Kuaizhou-2
?? - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC, LC2 - ZX-M Zhongxing-M (Chinasat-M)
?? - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC, LC2 - ZX-15 Zhongxing-15 (Chinasat-15)
?? - CZ-3B/YZ-1 - XSLC - Compass-M1 (Beidou-2); Compass-M2 (Beidou-2)
?? - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC, LC2 - Reentry Test for Moon recovery
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - HY-2B Haiyang-2B
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - YG-?? Yaogan Weixing-??
?? - CZ-7 - HSLC - ??

2015

June - CZ-2C/CTS-2 - XSLC - Barcelona Moon Team
Mid - CZ-3B/E - XSLC, LC2 - LaoSat-1
End - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - CongoSat-1
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-3 Gaofen-3
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-4 Gaofen-4
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-5 Gaofen-5
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC - DAMPE (DArk Matter Particle Explorer)
NET - CZ-11 - JSLC - ??
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - SJ-10 Shijian-10 (or 2016)
?? - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - ZX-?? Zhongxing-?? (Chinasat-??)
?? - CZ-3A - XSLC, LC3 - FY-2H Fengyun-2H
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC - FY-3D Fengyun-3D (Batch 2) (or NET 2015)
?? - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - Chang'e-4 (Moon lander/rover)
NET - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - BelinterSat-1
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - FY-4A Fengyun-4A
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - HY-2C Haiyang-2C
?? - ?? - ?? - SJ-13 Shijian-13A; Shijian-13B
?? - CZ-2C - ?? - CFOSAT (China-France Oceanography SATellite)
?? - CZ-7 - WSLC - TG-2 Tiangong-2; Banxing-2
?? - CZ-6 - WSLC - ??
?? - CZ-7 - WSLC - Logistics Cargo Vehicle
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-3 Fengyun-3 RM-1
?? - ?? - ?? - HY-3A Haiyang-3A
NET - ?? - ?? - VeneSat-2
?? - CZ-4B - ?? - Hard X-ray Modulation Telescope 'HXMT'
?? - ?? - ?? - Small Military Meteorological Satellite (x6)
?? - ?? - ?? - TanSat (CarbonSat)
?? - ?? - ?? - Pakistan Remote Sensing Satellite (PRSS-1) (or 2016) (a)

(a) - http://www.suparco.gov.pk/pages/rsss.asp?rssslinksid=1

2016

May - CZ-2F/G - JSLC, LC43/921 - SZ-11 Shenzhou-11
September - CZ-2C(?) - ?? - CSES-1 Earthquake electromagnetism monitor satellite
Middle - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - SupremeSAT-II
3rd Quarter - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - Nicasat-1
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-6 Gaofen-6
?? - CZ-2D (?) - JSLC, LC43/603 - Bartolina Sisa (Bolívia)
?? - CZ-2F/G - JSLC, LC43/921 - SZ-12 Shenzhou-12
NET - CZ-D (?) - JSLC, LC43/603 - Bolivia Remote Sensing Satellite
NET - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - NigComSat-2
?? - CZ-3B/GIII - XSLC, LC2 - Chang'e-4 lunar probe and rover
NET - CZ-5 - WSLC - ??
?? - ?? - TSLC - CBERS-4B
?? - ?? - ?? - QUESS (QUantum Experiments at Space Scale)

2017

NET - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - NigComSat-3
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC - Chang'e-5 (Sample return)
?? - ?? - ?? - HY-3B Haiyang-3B
?? - ?? - TSLC - FY-3E Fengyun-3E (Batch 2)
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4B Fengyun-4B
?? - ?? - ?? - Asteroid rendezvous and touchdown
?? - ?? - ?? - Kuafu-A
?? - ?? - ?? - SVOM (Space-based multi-band astronomical Variable Objects Monitor)

2018

?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-7 Gaofen-7
?? - ?? - TSLC - CBERS-SAR 1
?? - ?? - ?? - Mars probe (Orbiter and Rover)
?? - WSLC - CZ-5 - Space Station Core Module
?? - ?? - ?? - Deep Space Solar Observatory
?? - ?? - ?? - Kuafu-B (1)
?? - ?? - ?? - Kuafu-B (2)

2019

?? - ?? - TSLC - FY-3F Fengyun-3F (Batch 2)
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-3 Fengyun-3 RM-2
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - HY-2D Haiyang-2D
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC - Chang'e-6 (Sample return)

2020

September - ?? - TSLC - CBERS-6
?? - WSLC - CZ-5 - Space Station Laboratory
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4C Fengyun-4C (or 2019)
NET - ?? - ?? - Recoverable Moon Probes
?? - ?? - ?? - Two Meter Space Telescope

2021

?? - ?? - TSLC - FY-3G Fengyun-3G (Batch 2)
?? - ?? - ?? - Venus Global Sensing Probe

2022

?? - ?? - ?? - HY-3C Haiyang-3C

2023

?? - ?? - ?? - SPORT (Solar Polar Orbit Radio Telescope)
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4D Fengyun-4D
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-3RM2 Fengyun-3RM2

2024

?? - ?? - ?? - Asteroid Sample Return Mission

2025

Proposed Moon Landing
?? - ?? - ?? - Jupiter Orbiter

2026

?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4E Fengyun-4E

2028

?? - ?? - ?? - Mars Sample Return

2030

?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4F Fengyun-4F

2033

?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4G Fengyun-4G

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Salo

11.03.2014 16:35:09 #333 Последнее редактирование: 08.04.2014 06:58:58 от Salo
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=5060.msg1165610#msg1165610
ЦитатаSatori пишет:

China launches in 2014


China launch schedule


2014

March 31 - CZ-2C - JSLC, LC43/603 - SJ-11 Shijian 11-06
July - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - GF-2 Gaofen-2; BRITE-PL-2 "Heweliusz"
October - CZ-3C - XSLC, LC2 - Beidou-2 (GEO?)
December (?) - CZ-3A - XSLC, LC3 - FY-2G Fengyun-2G (or late June / July)
December - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - CBERS-4
Early - CZ-4B - TSLC - ZY-3 Ziyuan-3 (2)
End - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC, LC2 - LaoSat-1
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - TH-2 Tianhui-2
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - TH-1 Tianhui-1 (3)
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - SJ-12 Shijian-12 (2)
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - YG-?? Yaogan Weixing-??
?? - KZ Kuaizhou - JSLC - KZ-2 Kuaizhou-2
?? - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC, LC2 - ZX-M Zhongxing-M (Chinasat-M)
?? - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC, LC2 - ZX-15 Zhongxing-15 (Chinasat-15)
?? - CZ-3C/YZ-1 - XSLC - Compass-M1 (Beidou-2); Compass-M2 (Beidou-2) Beidou-3 M01
?? - CZ-3C/G2 - XSLC, LC2 - Reentry Test for Moon recovery
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - HY-2B Haiyang-2B
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - YG-?? Yaogan Weixing-??
?? - CZ-7 - HSLC - ??

2015

June - CZ-2C/CTS-2 - XSLC - Barcelona Moon Team
October - CZ-3B/E - XSLC, LC2 - Apstar-9
Mid - CZ-3B/E - XSLC, LC2 - LaoSat-1
End - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - CongoSat-1
First half - CZ-7 - HSLC - ??
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-3 Gaofen-3
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-4 Gaofen-4
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-5 Gaofen-5
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC - DAMPE (DArk Matter Particle Explorer)
NET - CZ-11 - JSLC - ??
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - SJ-10 Shijian-10 (or 2016)
?? - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - ZX-?? Zhongxing-?? (Chinasat-??)
?? - CZ-3A - XSLC, LC3 - FY-2H Fengyun-2H
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC - FY-3D Fengyun-3D (Batch 2) (or NET 2015)
NET - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - BelinterSat-1
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - FY-4A Fengyun-4A
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - HY-2C Haiyang-2C
?? - ?? - ?? - SJ-13 Shijian-13A; Shijian-13B
?? - CZ-2C - ?? - CFOSAT (China-France Oceanography SATellite)
?? - CZ-7 - WSLC - TG-2 Tiangong-2; Banxing-2
?? - CZ-6 - WSLC - ??
?? - CZ-7 - WSLC - Logistics Cargo Vehicle
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-3 Fengyun-3 RM-1
?? - ?? - ?? - HY-3A Haiyang-3A
NET - ?? - ?? - VeneSat-2
?? - CZ-4B - ?? - Hard X-ray Modulation Telescope 'HXMT'
?? - ?? - ?? - Small Military Meteorological Satellite (x6)
?? - ?? - ?? - TanSat (CarbonSat)
?? - ?? - ?? - Pakistan Remote Sensing Satellite (PRSS-1) (or 2016) (a)

(a) - http://www.suparco.gov.pk/pages/rsss.asp?rssslinksid=1

2016

May - CZ-2F/G - JSLC, LC43/921 - SZ-11 Shenzhou-11
September - CZ-2C(?) - ?? - CSES-1 Earthquake electromagnetism monitor satellite
Middle - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - SupremeSAT-II
3rd Quarter - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - Nicasat-1
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-6 Gaofen-6
?? - CZ-2D (?) - JSLC, LC43/603 - Bartolina Sisa (Bolívia)
?? - CZ-2F/G - JSLC, LC43/921 - SZ-12 Shenzhou-12
NET - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - NigComSat-2
?? - CZ-3B/GIII - XSLC, LC2 - Chang'e-4 lunar probe and rover
NET - CZ-5 - WSLC - ??
?? - ?? - TSLC - CBERS-4B
?? - ?? - ?? - QUESS (QUantum Experiments at Space Scale)

2017

NET - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - NigComSat-3
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC - Chang'e-5 (Sample return)
?? - ?? - ?? - HY-3B Haiyang-3B
?? - ?? - TSLC - FY-3E Fengyun-3E (Batch 2)
?? - ?? - TSLC - CBERS-5
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4B Fengyun-4B
?? - ?? - ?? - Asteroid rendezvous and touchdown
?? - ?? - ?? - Kuafu-A
?? - ?? - ?? - SVOM (Space-based multi-band astronomical Variable Objects Monitor)

2018

?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-7 Gaofen-7
?? - ?? - TSLC - CBERS-SAR 1
?? - ?? - ?? - Mars probe (Orbiter and Rover)
?? - WSLC - CZ-5 - Space Station Core Module
?? - ?? - ?? - Deep Space Solar Observatory
?? - ?? - ?? - Kuafu-B (1)
?? - ?? - ?? - Kuafu-B (2)

2019

?? - ?? - TSLC - FY-3F Fengyun-3F (Batch 2)
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-3 Fengyun-3 RM-2
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - HY-2D Haiyang-2D
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC - Chang'e-6 (Sample return)

2020

September - ?? - TSLC - CBERS-6
?? - WSLC - CZ-5 - Space Station Laboratory
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4C Fengyun-4C (or 2019)
NET - ?? - ?? - Recoverable Moon Probes
?? - ?? - ?? - Two Meter Space Telescope

2021

?? - ?? - TSLC - FY-3G Fengyun-3G (Batch 2)
?? - ?? - ?? - Venus Global Sensing Probe

2022

?? - ?? - ?? - HY-3C Haiyang-3C

2023

?? - ?? - ?? - SPORT (Solar Polar Orbit Radio Telescope)
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4D Fengyun-4D
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-3RM2 Fengyun-3RM2

2024

?? - ?? - ?? - Asteroid Sample Return Mission

2025

Proposed Moon Landing
?? - ?? - ?? - Jupiter Orbiter

2026

?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4E Fengyun-4E

2028

?? - ?? - ?? - Mars Sample Return

2030

?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4F Fengyun-4F

2033

?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4G Fengyun-4G

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che wi

18.03.2014 10:42:30 #334 Последнее редактирование: 18.03.2014 10:44:52 от che wi
Цитата/.../
The Brazilian Space Agency (AEB) confirmed that the launch of the Cbers-4 satellite is expected to take place in the first half of December, Brazilian news website G1 reported.
/.../
As part of their partnership, China and Brazil also agreed to cooperate to build Cbers-5, which is expected to be launched in 2017.
http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/sci/2014-03/15/c_133187408.htm

Salo

08.04.2014 07:01:57 #335 Последнее редактирование: 27.05.2014 13:05:22 от Salo
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=5060.msg1178406#msg1178406
ЦитатаChina launches in 2014 (times in UTC)

01 - March 31 (0246:03.445) - CZ-2C - JSLC, LC43/603 - SJ-11 Shijian 11-06

China launch schedule


2014

July - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - GF-2 Gaofen-2; BRITE-PL-2 "Heweliusz"
October - CZ-3C/YZ-1 (Y11) - XSLC, LC2 - Beidou-3 M01
October - CZ-3C/G2 - XSLC, LC2 - Reentry Test for Moon recovery
December 8 / 14 - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - CBERS-4
December (?) - CZ-3A - XSLC, LC3 - FY-2G Fengyun-2G (or late June / July)
End - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC, LC2 - LaoSat-1
Early ?? - CZ-4B - TSLC - ZY-3 Ziyuan-3 (2)
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - TH-2 Tianhui-2
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - TH-1 Tianhui-1 (3)
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - SJ-12 Shijian-12 (2)
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - YG-?? Yaogan Weixing-??
?? - KZ Kuaizhou - JSLC - KZ-2 Kuaizhou-2
?? - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC, LC2 - ZX-M Zhongxing-M (Chinasat-M)
?? - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC, LC2 - ZX-15 Zhongxing-15 (Chinasat-15)
?? - CZ-3C/YZ-1 - XSLC - Beidou-3 M01
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - HY-2B Haiyang-2B
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - YG-?? Yaogan Weixing-??

2015

June - CZ-2C/CTS-2 - XSLC - Barcelona Moon Team
October - CZ-3B/E - XSLC, LC2 - Apstar-9
End - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - CongoSat-1
First half - CZ-7 - HSLC - ??
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-3 Gaofen-3
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-4 Gaofen-4
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-5 Gaofen-5
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC - DAMPE (DArk Matter Particle Explorer)
NET - CZ-11 - JSLC - ??
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - SJ-10 Shijian-10 (or 2016)
?? - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - ZX-?? Zhongxing-?? (Chinasat-??)
?? - CZ-3A - XSLC, LC3 - FY-2H Fengyun-2H
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC - FY-3D Fengyun-3D (Batch 2)
NET - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - BelinterSat-1
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - FY-4A Fengyun-4A
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - HY-2C Haiyang-2C
?? - ?? - ?? - SJ-13 Shijian-13A; Shijian-13B
?? - CZ-2C - ?? - CFOSAT (China-France Oceanography SATellite)
?? - CZ-7 - WSLC - TG-2 Tiangong-2; Banxing-2
?? - CZ-6 - WSLC - ??
?? - CZ-7 - WSLC - Logistics Cargo Vehicle
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-3 Fengyun-3 RM-1
?? - ?? - ?? - HY-3A Haiyang-3A
NET - ?? - ?? - VeneSat-2
?? - CZ-4B - ?? - Hard X-ray Modulation Telescope 'HXMT'
?? - ?? - ?? - Small Military Meteorological Satellite (x6)
?? - ?? - ?? - TanSat (CarbonSat)
?? - ?? - ?? - Pakistan Remote Sensing Satellite (PRSS-1) (or 2016) (a)

(a) - http://www.suparco.gov.pk/pages/rsss.asp?rssslinksid=1

2016

May - CZ-2F/G - JSLC, LC43/921 - SZ-11 Shenzhou-11
September - CZ-2C(?) - ?? - CSES-1 Earthquake electromagnetism monitor satellite
Middle - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - SupremeSAT-II
3rd Quarter - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - Nicasat-1
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-6 Gaofen-6
?? - CZ-2D (?) - JSLC, LC43/603 - Bartolina Sisa (Bolívia)
?? - CZ-2F/G - JSLC, LC43/921 - SZ-12 Shenzhou-12
NET - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - NigComSat-2
?? - CZ-3B/GIII - XSLC, LC2 - Chang'e-4 lunar probe and rover
NET - CZ-5 - WSLC - ??
?? - ?? - ?? - QUESS (QUantum Experiments at Space Scale)

2017

NET - CZ-3B/E - XSLC - NigComSat-3
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC - Chang'e-5 (Sample return)
?? - ?? - ?? - HY-3B Haiyang-3B
?? - ?? - TSLC - FY-3E Fengyun-3E (Batch 2)
?? - ?? - TSLC - CBERS-5
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4B Fengyun-4B
?? - ?? - ?? - Asteroid rendezvous and touchdown
?? - ?? - ?? - Kuafu-A
?? - ?? - ?? - SVOM (Space-based multi-band astronomical Variable Objects Monitor)

2018

?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/603 - GF-7 Gaofen-7
?? - ?? - TSLC - CBERS-SAR 1
?? - ?? - ?? - Mars probe (Orbiter and Rover)
?? - WSLC - CZ-5 - Space Station Core Module
?? - ?? - ?? - Deep Space Solar Observatory
?? - ?? - ?? - Kuafu-B (1)
?? - ?? - ?? - Kuafu-B (2)

2019

?? - ?? - TSLC - FY-3F Fengyun-3F (Batch 2)
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-3 Fengyun-3 RM-2
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - HY-2D Haiyang-2D
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC - Chang'e-6 (Sample return)

2020

September - ?? - TSLC - CBERS-6
?? - WSLC - CZ-5 - Space Station Laboratory
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4C Fengyun-4C (or 2019)
NET - ?? - ?? - Recoverable Moon Probes
?? - ?? - ?? - Two Meter Space Telescope

2021

?? - ?? - TSLC - FY-3G Fengyun-3G (Batch 2)
?? - ?? - ?? - Venus Global Sensing Probe

2022

?? - ?? - ?? - HY-3C Haiyang-3C

2023

?? - ?? - ?? - SPORT (Solar Polar Orbit Radio Telescope)
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4D Fengyun-4D
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-3RM2 Fengyun-3RM2

2024

?? - ?? - ?? - Asteroid Sample Return Mission

2025

Proposed Moon Landing
?? - ?? - ?? - Jupiter Orbiter

2026

?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4E Fengyun-4E

2028

?? - ?? - ?? - Mars Sample Return

2030

?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4F Fengyun-4F

2033

?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4G Fengyun-4G

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Liss

Секретарь парткома CALT товарищ Лян Сяохун 19 января 2014 г. заявил, что в текущем году состоится 14 пусков китайских РН, а в 2015 г. - сразу 30, и Китай обойдет Россию по численности орбитальной группировки.

Цитата梁小虹介绍说,今年我国的火箭发射任务是14发,明年是30发左右,冲历史新高。目前,我国的卫星发射和美俄有一定差距,但是到2015年,我国的卫星在轨运行总量要排到世界第二,超过俄罗斯。
Сказанное выше выражает личную точку зрения автора, основанную на открытых источниках информации

Sharicoff

Внутри календарного года китайские запуски распределены довольно неравномерно. В начале года, как правило, наблюдается "мертвый сезон", а ближе к осени начинают пускать одно за другим без перерывов. С чем это может быть связано?
Не пей метанол!

DMitry ZAK

с производством.... которое напрямую связано с закупками комплектующих.......которые связаны с финансовыми затратами..... которые являются частью "плановой коммунистической экономикой"))))))))
не цель, а ступени

Liss

ЦитатаSharicoff пишет:
Внутри календарного года китайские запуски распределены довольно неравномерно. В начале года, как правило, наблюдается "мертвый сезон", а ближе к осени начинают пускать одно за другим без перерывов. С чем это может быть связано?
С климатом :-)
На Цзюцюане и отчасти на Тайюане зима оч-чень неуютная, и оттуда зимние пуски стараются не планировать.

Кстати: все три "живых" корабля КИК "Юаньван" 20 мая снялись с якоря в Цзянъине и ломанулись в открытое море. "Юаньван-6" лидирует, "Юаньван-5" идет вторым и "Юаньван-3" еще проходит Шанхай. Осталось понять, привязано ли это к визиту В.В.Путина, или корабли получили боевую задачу в рамках космической программы.
Сказанное выше выражает личную точку зрения автора, основанную на открытых источниках информации