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ЦитатаChina to launch two remote sensing satellites for Pakistan in Juneby GBTIMES | May 24, 2018 14:41 | TAIYUAN ▪ CASC ▪ PAKISTANA nighttime Yaogan remote sensing launch from Taiyuan, which saw a Long March 2C rocket loft the Yaogan-23 satellite into orbit on November 15, 2014. CNSChina is expected to launch a pair of Earth observation satellites for Pakistan in June, with the Long March 2C/SMA launch vehicle having recently passed factory inspections ahead of transport to the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Centre.The China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology (CALT), a major carrier rocket maker under the main space contractor CASC, announced earlier this week that the Long March 2C/SMA configured rocket with solid-motor upper stage had passed reviews.The rocket will carry two satellites, the high-resolution electro-optical Pakistan Remote Sensing Satellite-1 (PRSS-1), developed by the China Academy of Space Technology (CAST), a spacecraft designer and manufacturer subordinate to CASC, and the smaller, experimental PakTES-1A, built by the Space and Upper Atmospheric Research Commission (SUPARCO) - Pakistan's space agency - with assistance from the Space Advisory Company of South Africa. Скрытый текст: Qaiser Anees Khurram, the head of SUPARCO, told Gulf News of the UAE in late 2017 that PRSS-1, "will make Pakistan self-reliant in multi-spectral imaging".Khurram added that the remote sensing satellite will, "have multiple benefits and practical applications, including agriculture, disaster management, urban planning, forestry, water management, weather forecast and other areas."Stacking of the Long March 4C rocket to launch the Gaofen-1 02, 03 and 04 triplets in March 2018 at Taiyuan Satellite Launch Centre. CASCNo clear indication of when the launch will take place has been released. Late on Sunday China succeeded with its 15th launch of 2018, sending the Queqiao Chang'e-4 relay satellite and two microsatellites towards the Moon. China could launch as many as 40 times this year.June could also see the next launch of a pair of Beidou GNSS satellites to medium Earth orbit and the Fengyun-2H weather satellite to geostationary orbit, as the Xichang Satellite Launch Centre continues its hectic 2018 launch schedule.Long March 2C and upper stage developmentsThe two-stage, hypergolic Long March 2C has launched 45 times, suffering one failure in 2011, and has lifted off from all three of China's inland launch sites: Jiuquan, Taiyuan and Xichang. Its previous mission was in January.The Long March 2C will also loft the China-France Oceanography Satellite (CFOSAT) into space in September this year, according to CALT.A new upper stage for the Long March 2C, the Yuanzheng-1B, is expected to debut in the near future.A Yuanzheng-1A upper stage being prepared for integration with a Long March 7 launch vehicle. CASC
ЦитатаNext three launchesJune 11: Japanese H-II A | Radar 6 satellite | Tanegashima Space Center | 04:00-06:00 UTCJune 14: Pegasus XL | NASA's Ionospheric Connection Explorer | Air launch from Kwajalein, Marshall Islands | 14:06 UTCJune 15: Long March 2C | Pakistan Remote Sensing Satellite | Taiyuan, China | TBD :?:
ЦитатаNext three launchesJune 17: Soyuz 2.1b | Glonass M navigation satellite | Plesetsk Cosmodrome, Russia | 21:45 UTCJune 20: Long March 3B | Two Beidou satellites | Xichang Satellite Launch Center, China | TBDJune 20: Long March 2C | Pakistan Remote Sensing Satellite | Taiyuan, China | TBD
ЦитатаPakistan to launch first indigenous satellite next monthЦитата| 285-kg satellite to help research into climate, weather | PakTES-1A to support efforts for self-relianceSHAFQAT ALIJune 25, 2018ISLAMABAD - In a giant leap, Pakistan will launch its first indigenous satellite next month, putting Pakistan among the nations with advanced space technology.Foreign Office spokesperson Dr Mohammed Faisal said that the satellite will be launched in space next month. He said the weight of satellite was 285 kilograms and it will be helpful for research in geography, climate and weather. The spokesperson said it will also be used for remote sensing. Скрытый текст: Pakistan has also kick-started an ambitious space programme for the fiscal year 2018-19 to keep an eye on the Indian side and reduce its dependence on foreign satellites for civil and military purposes.The satellite named PakTES-1A is an indigenously developed remote sensing satellite of Pakistan. It will be launched at 610-kilometre sun-synchronous orbit in July 2018. Until now, Pakistan has been relying on the US and French satellites for civil and military communications.In 2016, Pakistan and China had signed an agreement for the launch of a special remote-sensing satellite in 2018. The agreement was aimed at monitoring the development of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor projects.Many infrastructure projects are under construction throughout Pakistan under the CPEC. Originally valued at $ 46 billion, the value of CPEC projects is now more than $ 62 billion. The CPEC will link Pakistani Gwadar port to China's Xinjiang province.In 2012, Pakistan had completed its first remote-sensing satellite project. The Pakistan Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission, commonly known as SUPARCO, had set up its own version of Global Navigation Satellite System and immediately acquired the Beidou navigation system of China for this satellite in September 2012.Presently, three satellites are under design by SUPARCO in collaboration with different universities throughout the country. The SUPARCO says that the first satellite of this programme had been scheduled to launch in July 2018, and it was expected to provide help in exploiting the potentials of space technologies for natural resource surveying and environmental purpose.RSS technologies are used to detect and classify objects on earth, including on the surface and in the atmosphere and oceans, based on propagated signals.In the budget presented in April for the fiscal year 2018-19, the government had allocated Rs4.7 billion ($40.7 million) to the SUPARCO. This was a 34 percent higher than the previous year's budget allocation.The budget includes Rs2.55 billion ($ 22 million) for three new programmes including $ 11.7 million for multi-mission satellite (PakSat-MM1) dedicated to live satellite television, broadband data transmission and emergency telecommunications services, $ 8.7 million for three "Pakistan space centre" sites in Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad and $ 1.7 million for the establishment of a "space application research centre" in Karachi.Last year, the SUPARCO announced that the country was all set to launch two satellites, including its first remote sensing satellite, in early 2018. "Our first optical remote sensing satellite is all set to be launched in 2018" SUPARCO Chairman Qaiser Anees Khurram had said. The other, he said, will be an experimental satellite.Khurram had said: "Remote-sensing satellite will have multiple benefits and practical applications, including agriculture, disaster management, urban planning, forestry, water management, weather forecast and other areas."The launching of the satellite will support Pakistan's efforts for self-reliance amid tensions with the US. Only last month, the two countries had imposed tit-for-tat travel restrictions on each other's diplomats suggesting a new low in their troubled ties.In January, the US suspended security assistance to Pakistan targeting the Coalition Support Fund. Pakistan responded sharply saying it was not dependent on US aid for the war on terror.The foreign ministry said Pakistan had fought the war against terrorism largely from its own resources "which has cost over $ 120 billion in 15 years."Pakistan to launch first indigenous satellite next month
Цитата| 285-kg satellite to help research into climate, weather | PakTES-1A to support efforts for self-reliance
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ЦитатаDr Mohammad Faisal @DrMFaisal 24 июн.PakTES-1A - an indigenously developed 285 kg remote sensing satellite of Pakistan. It will be launched at 610 km sun-synchronous orbit in July 2018. #proudofpakistaniscientists
ЦитатаCosmic Penguin @Cosmic_Penguin 11 ч. назадThere's as much drama in the Chinese sat launch schedule lately as in the @FIFAWorldCup as another launch popped up from Jiuquan on July 3 ~03:50 UTC.....but internal sources on Chinese forums indicated that PRSS-1 for Pakistan scheduled to launch soon is NOT on this launch!
ЦитатаCosmic Penguin @Cosmic_Penguin 1 мин. назадAccording to Chinese "insider sources" that unknown launch from Jiuquan today has slipped to this Friday (July 6).......and that after all those confusions the launch is indeed for Pakistan's PRSS-1!
ЦитатаCosmic Penguin @Cosmic_Penguin 12 мин. назадNo related NOTAMs back up as of right now so I guess no sudden Chinese launch for tomorrow then.... :/
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Цитата . Космические полёты Китая - ChinaSpaceFlight 09.07.2018 ~11:50 BJT (~03:50 UTC) -- Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center (JSLC), LC43/603 -- CZ-2C/SMA /Chang Zheng-2C/SMA -- PRSS-1 (Pakistan Remote Sensing Satellite); PakTes-1AВ КНР УСПЕШНО ОСУЩЕСТВИЛИ 19-й ПУСК РАКЕТЫ-НОСИТЕЛЯ В ТЕКУЩЕМ ГОДУ! Сегодня в КНР из космодрома Цзюцюань (Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center) осуществлён новый пуск ракета-носителя CZ-2C/SMA /Chang Zheng-2C/SMA. Ждём официального подтверждения СМИ.
Цитата.Космические полёты Китая - ChinaSpaceFlight7 минут назад
ЦитатаAndrew Jones @AJ_FI 1 мин. назадAt 03:56 UTC today China successfully launched the Pakistan Remote Sensing Satellite-1 (PRSS-1) & smaller PakTES-1A sat from Jiuquan using a Long March 2C/SMA rocket. China now 19 for 19 for launches in 2018.