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ЦитатаChina launches twin BeiDou-3 satellitesSource: Xinhua | 2018-09-20 03:05:26 | Editor: Mu XuequanXICHANG, Sept. 19 (Xinhua) -- China on Wednesday evening successfully sent twin BeiDou-3 navigation satellites into space on a single carrier rocket.The Long March-3B carrier rocket lifted off from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center at 10:07 p.m. It was the 285th mission of the Long March rocket series.The twin satellites are the 37th and 38th editions of the BeiDou navigation system. After a series of tests and evaluations, they will work together with 12 BeiDou-3 satellites already in orbit.The twin satellites will provide danger alerts and navigation services for global users. A basic system with 18 orbiting BeiDou-3 satellites will be in place by the end of the year, which will serve countries participating in the Belt and Road Initiative.The satellites and the rocket for Wednesday's launch were developed by the China Academy of Space Technology and the China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology, respectively.Named after the Chinese term for the Big Dipper, the BeiDou system started serving China in 2000 and the Asia-Pacific region in 2012.
ЦитатаЗапущены еще два спутника китайской навигационной системы "Бэйдоу"2018-09-20 05:25:43丨Russian.News.CnСичан, 20 сентября /Синьхуа/ -- С космодрома Сичан в провинции Сычуань /Юго-Западный Китай/ 19 сентября в 22:07 с помощью ракеты-носителя "Чанчжэн-3Б" были успешно запущены два спутника китайской навигационной системы "Бэйдоу".Спутники после 3 с лишним часов полета успешно выведены на заданную орбиту.По плану, до конца этого года будет завершено формирование базовой системы в составе 18 спутников "Бэйдоу-3", которые будут обслуживать страны, расположенные на протяженности "Пояса и пути".
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ЦитатаJonathan McDowellПодлинная учетная запись @planet4589 17:58 - 19 сент. 2018 г.All four objects from the Beidou launch now confirmed in correct orbits. The two payloads in 21540 x 22194 km x 55.0 deg.
ЦитатаChina launches new twin BeiDou-3 satellitesCGTNОпубликовано: 19 сент. 2018 г.China on Wednesday successfully sent twin BeiDou-3 navigation satellites into space via a single carrier rocket.The Long March-3B carrier rocket lifted off from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center at 10:07 p.m. local time. The event also marked the 285th mission of the Long March rocket series.
Цитата初始入轨参数：[TH]ID[/TH][TH]编号[/TH][TH]历时(UTC)[/TH][TH]物体名称[/TH][TH]运行周期(分/圈)[/TH][TH]轨道倾角[/TH][TH]近地点 X 远地点[/TH]2018-072A436222018.09.19 21:52:19TBA787.15 min54.97321531 x 22193 km2018-072B436232018.09.19 22:11:57TBA787.52 min54.97321545 x 22196 km2018-072C436242018.09.19 17:27:50TBA326.42 min54.960201 x 18451 km2018-072D436252018.09.19 20:41:58TBA810.95 min54.81222193 x 22664 km
ЦитатаChina Launches Twin BeiDou-3 SatellitesCCTV+Опубликовано: 19 сент. 2018 г.China on Wednesday evening successfully sent twin BeiDou-3 navigation satellites into space on a single carrier rocket.The Long March-3B carrier rocket lifted off from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center at 22:07. It was the 285th mission of the Long March rocket series.The twin satellites are the 37th and 38th editions of the BeiDou navigation system. After a series of tests and evaluations, they will work together with 12 BeiDou-3 satellites already in orbit.
ЦитатаExpansion of China's Beidou satellite fleet continues with successful launchSeptember 20, 2018 | Stephen ClarkA Long March 3B rocket lifted off Wednesday with two more Chinese Beidou navigation satellites. Credit: XinhuaAnother successful launch Wednesday carried two more Beidou satellites into orbit, continuing a string of missions to push China's independent navigation network closer to global coverage and adding international search-and-rescue support to the program's portfolio.The satellites climbed into space at the top of a Long March 3B rocket, which lifted off from the Xichang space center in southwest China's Sichuan province at 1407 GMT (10:07 a.m. EDT), according to the China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology, or CALT, the state-owned builder of most of the country's launchers.Liftoff occurred at 10:07 p.m. Beijing time.The Long March 3B headed southeast from the Xichang spaceport, dropped its four liquid-fueled strap-on boosters and core stage, and its second and third stage engines fired to deploy a Yuanzheng upper stage, which carried the twin Beidou navigation satellites toward a near-circular orbit averaging more than 13,500 miles (21,700 kilometers) above Earth, according to U.S. military tracking data.The upper stage released the Beidou satellites around four hours after launch, and officials declared the launch a success, according to a CALT statement. Скрытый текст: Two new Beidou satellites, encapsulated inside their launcher's payload shroud, are pictured before attachment to the top of a Chinese Long March 3B rocket in preparation for Wednesday's liftoff. Credit: CALTThe satellites launched Wednesday were the 12th and 13th Beidou spacecraft delivered to orbit this year, and they are the first Beidou satellites to carry equipment meeting international search-and-rescue standards. A receiver on each satellite will listen for distress signals, joining spacecraft from other countries that host similar search-and-rescue payloads, according to the Beidou program's official government website.At least two more Chinese launches with Beidou navigation payloads are scheduled before the end of the year, according to the Beidou program's website, maintaining a streak of rocket flights lofting the satellites two-at-a-time.Wednesday's Long March 3B was the 25th space launch of the year from China, which has launched more space missions than any other nation so far in 2018.The Beidou system is named for the Chinese work for the Big Dipper constellation. The Chinese government developed the network as an independent analog to the U.S. military's Global Positioning System, along with the worldwide navigation constellation operated by the Russian military, and Europe's Galileo fleet, which aims to have global reach around 2020.The Beidou satellites began launching in 2000, and China has launched upgraded versions of Beidou spacecraft over the last 18 years. With Wednesday's launch, 14 Beidou satellites belonging to the latest, or third, generation are now in orbit.This image is a snapshot of the locations of China's Beidou satellites on Thursday, illustrating the network's coverage density over the Asia-Pacific region. The Beidou constellation will expand to global coverage by 2020. Credit: Beidou.gov.cnBy the end of the year, the Beidou network will have enough third-generation, or Beidou 3, satellites to provide positioning and timing coverage over countries that are part of China "Belt and Road" foreign policy and economic development initiative.When fully deployed, the Beidou fleet will consist of 35 satellites, including 27 spacecraft in Medium Earth Orbit, the destination for the payloads launched Wednesday.Eight additional satellites will make up the Beidou constellation in geostationary orbit more than 22,000 miles (nearly 36,000 kilometers) above Earth, including five parked over the equator and three others in inclined orbits that swing between 55 degrees north and south latitude.
ЦитатаLiss пишет: По времени пуска пойдут в плоскость A. Вероятно, на замену спутников M3 и M4 серии "Бэйдоу-2" в позициях 7 и 8. Два экспериментальных аппарата, возможно, могут эксплуатироваться, их можно заменить в последнюю очередь.