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19.02.2010 00:11:21 #40 Последнее редактирование: 09.11.2012 03:36:48 от Salo
http://www.eutelsat.com/news/compress/en/2010/html/PR0910-Half-Year-Results/PR0910-Half-Year-Results.html

Eutelsat has revised the launch arrangements for the W3B satellite. In agreement with the spacecraft's prime contractor, Thales Alenia Space, to safeguard its delivery schedule, W3B will be launched by an Ariane 5 vehicle between August and September 2010. The Long March launch originally assigned for W3B has consequently been reallocated to W3C, for launch between June and September 2011.
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Цитатаhttp://www.eutelsat.com/news/compress/en/2010/html/PR0910-Half-Year-Results/PR0910-Half-Year-Results.html
ЦитатаEutelsat has revised the launch arrangements for the W3B satellite. In agreement with the spacecraft's prime contractor, Thales Alenia Space, to safeguard its delivery schedule, W3B will be launched by an Ariane 5 vehicle between August and September 2010. The Long March launch originally assigned for W3B has consequently been reallocated to W3C, for launch between June and September 2011.

Интересно, под что уйдет освободившаяся РН ?
С уважением, Павел Акулаев

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27.02.2010 11:23:21 #42 Последнее редактирование: 09.11.2012 03:36:05 от Salo
http://www.voanews.com/lao/2010-01-19-voa6.cfm

China to Build Laos' First Satellite
By Songrit Pongern Bangkok, Thailand 21/01/2010

The government of Laos and a Chinese business group are set to sign an agreement to invest in a satellite business joint venture in Laos, aiming to launch a satellite into orbit in the next 40 months.

The agreement, expected to be signed in the first quarter of 2010, is the result of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on cooperation in a satellite broadcasting and telecommunication system construction and business operation project in Laos, signed in late 2009 between the Lao National Authority for Science and Technology and the China Asia-Pacific Mobile Communications Company Limited(China-APMT). The project is expected to cost about $250 millions for the construction of the satellite, which will be done by China-APMT and funded by loans from the Chinese government.[color=yellow:4ab92fda3b] Both parties have set a goal of putting the satellite into orbit 40 months after the signing of the agreement, in another word - by the third quarter of 2013.[/color:4ab92fda3b]

As part of the agreement, a ground control station will be built in Vientiane, while tracking and transmission stations will be
constructed in some northern, central, and southern provinces to make sure that satellite signals reach every part of the country as well as linking it with the rest of the world.

Laos' first ever satellite, which will be launched into orbit by the Chinese company with a commission period of 15 years, will not only enable it to transmit its broadcasting signals throughout the country but also link its information and telecommunication system with the rest of the world at high speed, especially with its partners in the ASEAN grouping, which has set a goal of developing itself into a truly integrated international community by 2015.

Laos currently has 35 radio stations and 2 TV stations, with its radio signals covering only 80%, and TV signals 60%, of the country.
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Цитатаhttp://china-defense.blogspot.com/2010/03/china-to-launch-space-station-module.html

Wednesday, March 03, 2010
China to Launch Space Station Module
 
March 3, 2010
China to Launch Space Station Module
By MARK McDONALD

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/03/04/world/asia/04space.html

HONG KONG -- The Heavenly Palace, the first module in China's permanent space station, will be launched next year, a senior aerospace official confirmed Wednesday.

The official, Qi Faren, said the craft, an orbiting laboratory known in Mandarin as Tiangong-1, would initially serve as a docking station for other spacecraft. His remarks were carried by Xinhua, the official news agency.

A model of Tiangong-1 was publicly unveiled during New Year celebrations last year. The 8.5-ton laboratory is expected to be 30 feet long, with a crew of three taikonauts, the Chinese term for astronauts.

The China National Space Administration said it plans three docking missions with the lab next year.


The space agency's long-range plans include a 20-ton permanent space station that will incorporate Tiangong-1, as well as a separate lunar mission by 2022.

China successfully launched its first satellite in April 1970, a craft called Dong Fang Hong-1, or The East Is Red, which was sent into orbit by a Long March-1 rocket. China's first manned spacecraft went aloft in October 2003 and made 14 orbits of the Earth. The country's first spacewalk took place 18 months ago.

Aerospace experts and military officials say the Chinese military space program has made major advancements in recent years, notably when it tested an antisatellite system in 2007, using a ballistic missile to shoot down one of its own weather satellites 540 miles up.

Charles P. Vick, a senior analyst at GlobalSecurity.org, said in a white paper that China's "space station programs have clearly won out in government planning priorities over the lunar aspirations."

China has long insisted that its intentions in space are peaceful, although the head of the Chinese Air Force, Gen. Xu Qiliang, appeared to have gone somewhat off-message when he said in November that international "military competition has shifted towards space."

"Such a shift is a major trend now, and such expansion is a historical inevitability," he said, in remarks quoted by state-run media. "To some extent, if you control space you can also control the land and the sea, and you will be in an advantageous position."

Meanwhile, American military planners have expressed concerns and uncertainty about China's intentions.

"Where they're heading I think is one of those things that a lot of people would like to understand better, what their goals and objectives are," said Gen. Kevin P. Chilton, the head of United States Strategic Command, following General Xu's remarks. "But they certainly are on a fast track to improve their capabilities.

"Clearly, I think what we've all come to understand is that space is a contested domain. It used to be looked at like a sanctuary. And clearly that's not the case today."
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http://news.xinhuanet.com/english2010/china/2010-03/04/c_13196678.htm

China plans to launch second lunar probe in October
English.news.cn   2010-03-04 10:53:22
BEIJING, March 4 (Xinhua) -- China plans to launch the Chang'e-2, the country's second lunar probe, in October this year, an expert said Thursday.

The satellite would be launched on a Long March 3-C carrier rocket, said Liang Xiaohong, Party chief of the China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology, and a member of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC).

Liang's remarks came just one day after Qi Faren, former chief designer of China's Shenzhou spaceships, said the country would launch an unmanned space module, Tiangong-1, in 2011.

Tiangong-1 is expected to accomplish the country's first space docking and is regarded as an essential step toward building a space station.

A spokesman of China's space program said in February last year that the country had planned to launch the unmanned module into orbit as early as the end of 2010.

Qi said the delay was due to technical reasons.
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Salo

ЦитатаЗапуск наконец-то официально анонсирован: http://news.xinhuanet.com/english2010/sci/2010-03/04/c_13196762.htm

Полетит "Яогань вэйсин-9" на CZ-4C с Цзюцюаня. Такой комбинации носителя и космодрома еще не было. Возможно, нечто новое.
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http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=5060.450
ЦитатаRe: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #454 on: Today at 12:27 PM »   

During 2010, China intends to carry out 15 CZ launches, including 8 from the CZ-3A/3B/3C series (source) (one was already launched on January 16).

So there would be 7 CZ-3A/3B/3C launches still to come in 2010.
Taking into account Chang'e-2 on CZ-3C, Sinosat-6 on CZ-3B and a FY on CZ-3A, this would leave a maximum of 4 Compass (GEO and/or MEO) launches for the rest of the year.
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China launch schedule

China launches in 2010

01 - January 16 (1612:04.391UTC)  - CZ-3C (CZ3C-3) - XSLC - BeiDou-2 (Compass-G1)
02 - March 05 (0455:05.227UTC) - CZ-4C (CZ4C-5) - JSLC - YG-9 YaoGan Weixing-9

2010
 
First half - CZ-2C - TSLC - HJ-1C Huan Jing-1C
Third quarter - CZ-3B - XSLC - Sinosat-6
Second half - CZ-4C - TSLC - FY-3B Feng Yun-3B
October - CZ-3C - XSLC - Chang'e-2
?? - CZ-3A - XSLC - FY-2F Feng Yun-2F (or 2011)
?? - CZ-3A - XSLC - BeiDou-2 (Compass-M1)
?? - CZ-3A - XSLC - BeiDou-2 (Compass-M2)
?? - CZ-3A - XSLC - BeiDou-2 (Compass-M3)
?? - CZ-3A - XSLC - BeiDou-2 (Compass-M4)
?? - CZ-3C - XSLC - BeiDou-2 (Compass-G3)
?? - CZ-3C - XSLC - BeiDou-2 (Compass-G4)
?? - CZ-3A - XSLC - BeiDou-2 IGS
?? - CZ-3B** - XSLC - ST-1B Shen Tong-1B (ZX-20 (2) ZhongXing-20 (2))
?? - CZ-2C(?) - ?? - Earthquake electromagnetism monitor satellite
?? - CZ-2D/2 - JSLC - SJ-9 Shi Jian 9
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC - SJ-6G/H Shi Jian-6G/H
?? - CZ-3C - XSLC - TL-2 Tian Lian-2
?? - CZ-4C - TSLC - YG-10 YaoGan Weixing-10
?? - ?? - ?? - Tsinghua-2 (Beijing-2)

The following satellites will possibly be launched as piggyback payloads

?? - ?? - ?? - Tian Xun Zhe-1 (Tian Xun-1)
?? - ?? - ?? - JiShu Shiyan-1 (NewTec-1)
?? - ?? - ?? - FN-1 Feng Niao-1

** Can possibly be launched by a CZ-3A

2011
NET May - CZ-4B - TSLC - HY-2A Hai Yang-2A
First half- CZ-4B - TSLC - ZY-3 Zi Yuan-3 / TH-1 Tian Hui-1
First half- CZ-2F - HSLC - TG-1 Tian Gong-1
Second Quarter - CZ-3B - XSLC - Sinosat-5
June - CZ-4B - TSLC - CBERS-3
June - September - CZ-3B - XSLC - Eutelsat-W3C
Second half- CZ-2F/H - JSLC - SZ-8 ShenZhou-8 (unmanned)
Fourth Quarter - CZ-3B - XSLC - NigComSat-2 (NigComSat-1R)
December (?) - CZ-3B - XSLC - NigComSat-3
?? - CZ-3B - XSLC - ZX-5A ZhongXing-5A (ChinaSat-5A)
?? - CZ-3B - XSLC - XinNuo-4 (Sinosat-4)
?? - CZ-2C - JSLC - SJ-10 Shi Jian-10
?? - ?? - ?? - HY-1C Hai Yang-1C
?? - ?? - ?? - HY-1D Hai Yang-1D
?? - CZ-6 - ?? - ??

The following satellites will possibly be launched as piggyback payloads

?? - ?? - TSLC? - FAST
Launch of Chinese Mars probe YH-1 Ying Huo-1 will take place in November 2011. Launch will be by a 11K77 Zenit-3F from the LC45 PU-1 launch complex of the GIK-5 Baikonur Cosmodrome, Russia, toghether with the Fobos-Grunt Russian Mars probe.

2012

First quarter - CZ-3B - XSLC - Apstar-7
First half- CZ-2F/H - JSLC - SZ-9 ShenZhou-9
Second half - CZ-2F/H - JSLC - SZ-10 ShenZhou-10
?? - CZ-3A - XSLC - FY-2G Feng Yun-2G
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC - FY-3 Feng Yun-3 (Batch 2)
?? - CZ-3B - XSLC - Communications Satellite
?? - CZ-3B - XSLC - PakSat-1R *
?? - ?? - ?? - Kua Fu-A
?? - ?? - ?? - Kua Fu-B (1)
?? - ?? - ?? - Kua Fu-B (2)
?? - ?? - ?? - HY-3 Hai Yang-3
?? - ?? - ?? - Hard X-ray Modulation Telescope 'HXMT'

* PakSat-1R can be the satellite announced in this press-release.

2013

Third quarter - CZ-3B - XSLC - LAOSAT-1
?? - ?? - ?? - VeneSat-2
?? - CZ-3B - XSLC - T
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05.03.2010 17:43:49 #48 Последнее редактирование: 09.11.2012 03:35:30 от Salo
http://news.xinhuanet.com/english2010/china/2010-03/04/c_13196678.htm

China plans to launch second lunar probe in October

English.news.cn 2010-03-04 10:53:22

BEIJING, March 4 (Xinhua) -- [color=yellow:9d32a7ce92]China plans to launch the Chang'e-2, the country's second lunar probe, in October this year, an expert said Thursday.

The satellite would be launched on a Long March 3-C carrier rocket[/color:9d32a7ce92], said Liang Xiaohong, Party chief of the China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology, and a member of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC).
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Цитатаhttp://www.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2010-03/05/content_9540063.htm
ЦитатаRocket to go to moon under design
By Xin Dingding (China Daily)
Updated: 2010-03-05 07:26  

BEIJING: A new heavy-thrust carrier rocket is under scientific research, with the goal of sending astronauts to the moon, scientists said.

Although there is no official timetable yet for China's moon landing, scientists are researching a new powerful carrier rocket with a lift-off thrust of 3,000 tons, Liang Xiaohong, vice-president of the China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology, told China Daily on Thursday.

"The heavy-thrust launcher's lift-off thrust will be three times that of the Long March-5, China's current largest launcher," said Liang, who is also a member of the 11th CPPCC national committee.

The large-thrust Long March-5 launch vehicle has a lift-off thrust of 1,000 tons, which enables it to send a maximum payload of 25 tons to the near-Earth orbit and a payload of 10 tons to the higher geo-stationary orbit. Designed for transporting heavyweight satellites and space stations, it is slated to take off in 2014, according to Liang.

Compared to the Long March-5, the heavy-thrust launcher will be more powerful, but its payload capacity is still under discussion, he said.

The Long March-5 is also likely to be used in the preparatory stage of a future moon landing, he added.

China is currently studying the feasibility of a moon landing, despite US President Barack Obama's decision to kill NASA's $100-billion plans to return astronauts to the moon.

Bao Weimin, an academician with the Chinese Academy of Sciences and a CPPCC national committee member, said: "A moon landing program is very necessary, because it could drive the country's scientific and technological development."

Besides the heavy-thrust carrier rocket under study, the academy is also developing a new family of carrier rockets for future space programs.

"The Long March-6 will be a small-thrust carrier rocket, and the Long March-7 will be a medium-thrust launch vehicle. Together with the Long March-5, they will form a family that can cover all necessities for launch vehicles and replace the current carrier rockets," Liang said.

So far, the Long March-5 project has entered the testability analysis stage, he added.

About 100,000 square meters of workshops have been completed so far at a new base being built in the Binhai New Area of the northern coastal city of Tianjin. The facility will be used for testing and manufacturing the Long March-5. Construction began last year with an investment of 1.5 billion yuan ($220 million), Liang said.

Eventually, a total investment of 10 billion yuan will be poured into the base, which will be able to produce a maximum of 12 Long March-5 launch vehicles each year, he said.

Qi Faren, former chief designer of Shenzhou spaceships and a CPPCC national committee member, said on Thursday that the Long March-5 will be used to launch China's space station mission.

"We aim to send the core module of the space station into orbit before 2020. Without the large-thrust launcher, the 20-ton core module cannot be in place," he said.

Before that, however, the first task of the Long March 5 may be to send the Fengyun-4 weather satellite into space from the launch center under construction at Wenchang in Hainan, China's southern island province, according to Liang.

The new Fengyun-4 satellite, which is under design, weighs about eight to nine tons, which cannot be lifted by the current launchers that can carry a maximum payload of 5.2 tons to geo-stationary orbit, he added.

Hou Lei contributed to the story
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07.03.2010 18:33:15 #50 Последнее редактирование: 09.11.2012 03:03:44 от Salo
http://www.cgwic.com.cn/news/2010/0225_LaoSat-1.html

CGWIC Signs LaoSat-1 Communications Satellite Contract

On February 25, 2010, China Great Wall Industry Corporation (CGWIC), China Asia-Pacific Mobile Communications Satellite Company Limited (APMT) and Laos National Authority for Science and Technology (NAST) under Prime Minister's Office PDR, jointly signed the Contract for Lao Satellite Broadcasting and Telecommunication System Construction (LAOSAT-1). This is the fifth satellite contract signed by CGWIC on an in-orbit-delivery basis with international customer.

This satellite will be manufactured on the basis of the Dongfanghong series of platforms designed and developed by China Academy of Space Technology (CAST). It will be launched by an LM-3B launch vehicle provided by China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology (CALT) from the Xichang Satellite Launch Centre (XSLC). China Satellite Launch & Tracking Control General (CLTC) will undertake the launch and TT&C operation.

Date:2010-02-25
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08.03.2010 10:13:00 #51 Последнее редактирование: 09.11.2012 03:04:20 от Salo
http://russian.people.com.cn/31521/6908136.html

Китайский летательный аппарат "Тяньгун-1" будет выведен на намеченную орбиту с помощью ракеты-носителя "Чанчжэн-2Ф"


Летательный аппарат "Тяньгун-1" в 2011 году будет выведен на намеченную орбиту с помощью ракеты-носителя "Чанчжэн-2Ф" /"Великий поход-2Ф"/. Об этом 3 марта сообщил член ВК НПКСК, секретарь комитета КПК Китайской академии ракетно-космической техники Лян Сяохун в эксклюзивном интервью агентству Синьхуа.

По его словам, в данный момент уже завершилась работа по сборке новой ракеты-носителя, в этом году она будет доставлена на космодром для дальнейших испытаний.

По предварительному плану, "Тяньгун-1" будет запущен в космос в 2011 году. Затем в последующие два года будут проведены испытания по стыковке данного летательного аппарата с космическими кораблями "Шэньчжоу-8, 9 и 10", после чего "Тяньгун-1" будет превращен в космическую лабораторию.
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10.03.2010 23:39:29 #52 Последнее редактирование: 09.11.2012 03:05:30 от Salo
http://news.xinhuanet.com/english2010/sci/2010-03/10/c_13204901.htm

China plans to launch third unmanned moon probe around 2013

English.news.cn 2010-03-10 12:12:52

BEIJING, March 10 (Xinhua) -- China plans to launch its third unmanned probe to the moon, Chang'e-3, around 2013 and expects to complete the three-phase moon mission in 2017, an official said here Wednesday.

The remarks by Ye Peijian, chief designer of Chang'e-1, the country's first moon probe, and chief commander of Chang'e-2 and Chang'e-3, followed presentations by two space exploration experts last week.

The Chang'e-3 mission will include an unmanned soft landing on the moon and the release of a moon rover to prospect the surface and interior of the moon, Ye told Xinhua on the sidelines of the ongoing annual session of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) National Committee, China's top political advisory body.

Ye, also a member of the CPPCC National Committee, said the Chang'e-3 mission has made "good progress" in its prototype development stage and he believed the mission would be carried out as scheduled after overcoming a variety of difficulties.

Chang'e-2 and Chang'e-3 are part of the second phase of the country's lunar exploration program. The Chang'e-2 is designed to test key soft landing technologies for the Chang'e-3 and provide high-resolution photo images of the landing area.

[color=yellow:c747d6e438]According to China's three-phase moon exploration road map, the country will first launch the Chang'e-2 lunar orbiter, the country's second lunar probe, in October this year and the missions in the following two phases will be to conduct a landing in 2013 with Chang'e-3 and a sample return in 2017.[/color:c747d6e438]

China has been eager to leave its foot print on the moon as ambitious programs have been drawn up to explore the outer space.

The country is also finalizing its preparations for the launch of an unmanned space module, Tiangong-1, in 2011, which is expected to carry out the country's first space docking and is regarded as an essential step in building a space station.

China successfully launched the Chang'e-1 lunar probe in October 2007 as the country's first step towards a moon mission and carried out an impact on the lunar surface to complete its 16-month mission in March of last year.

"Chang'e" is named after a legendary Chinese moon goddess.
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http://english.people.com.cn/90001/90781/90876/6610031.html

ЦитатаChina expected to launch 15 to 16 satellites this year
16:54, March 09, 2009

China's space program has not been affected by the global financial crisis and 15 to 16 satellites are expected to be launched this year, said Zhang Jianqi, Deputy Commander-in-Chief of China's Manned Space Engineering Program and Deputy Director-General of the General Armament Department of the People's Liberation Army.
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11.03.2010 16:46:10 #54 Последнее редактирование: 09.11.2012 03:06:18 от Salo
http://english.people.com.cn/90001/90776/90881/6915985.html

Shenzhou VIII to be launched in 2nd half of 2011
11:28, March 11, 2010

China will launch the "Tiangong I" space station and the "Shenzhou VIII" spaceship in the first and second half of 2011 respectively, conducting China's first rendezvous and docking test, said Niu Hongguang Wednesday, deputy commander-in-chief of the China Manned Space Program.

China will also launch the "Shenzhou IX" spaceship and the "Shenzhou X" spaceship in the first and second half of 2012 respectively, realizing rendezvous and docking between the spaceships and the space station and making a breakthrough in rendezvous and docking technology, said Niu, also deputy to the National People's Congress.

Zhang Jianqi, former deputy commander-in-chief of the China Manned Space Program, recently revealed that China has chosen its second batch of taikonauts consisting of 5 males and 2 females. The 2 female taikonauts come from military air transport units and belong to the 7th batch of Chinese female pilots.

By People's Dailly Online
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11.03.2010 23:06:58 #55 Последнее редактирование: 09.11.2012 03:07:08 от Salo
http://news.xinhuanet.com/english2010/sci/2010-03/10/c_13205466.htm

Launch of China's 1st Mars probe postponed due to Russia's "technical reasons"

English.news.cn 2010-03-10 20:07:01

BEIJING, March 10 (Xinhua) -- The launch of China's first Mars probe "Yinghuo-1", originally scheduled for October 2009 on a Russian carrier rocket, has been postponed until 2011 due to Russia's "technical reasons", a Chinese space exploration official said here Wednesday.

Ye Peijian, chief designer of Chang'e-1, the country's first moon probe, told Xinhua about the delay on the sidelines of the ongoing annual session of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) National Committee, China's top political advisory body.

"Actually, China is now completely capable of exploring Mars independently," said Ye, also a member of the CPPCC National Committee. "With the improvement of our technologies, there is no problem for China to launch its Mars probe with its own observation and control system."

Ye said the most suitable time to launch the Mars probe would be in the years 2011, 2013 and 2016 when the distances between Mars and the Earth are the shortest.

Yinghuo-1, China's third major space exploration plan after the manned space project and moon mission, was originally scheduled to be launched by a Russian carrier rocket, accompanied by the Russian spacecraft Phobos-Grunt. The Russian spacecraft is making a sample return mission to Phobos, one of the moons of Mars.

The Chinese Mars probe is 75 centimeters long, 75 cm wide and 60 cm high. It weighs 115 kilograms and was designed for a two-year life to discover why water disappeared from Mars and explain other environmental changes on the planet.

"Yinghuo" means light from the firefly in Chinese.
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http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=5060.msg567069#msg567069
ЦитатаThanks to the friends of 9ifly here are some recent launch schedule updates.

Spacecraft/Year/source

FY-4 / first launch 2014 / http://www.cma.gov.cn/qxxw/xw/201004/t20100402_63872.html
HY-2 / first launch after April  2011 / http://www.nsoas.gov.cn/new/channel/detail.asp?Content_id=214
FAST / not earlier than 2011 / http://events.eoportal.org/presentations/10001168/10002440.html , http://www.lr.tudelft.nl/live/pagina.jsp?id=da8b4974-e3ef-480d-ab04-76c7ae46bba0
Tsinghua-2 / 2010 / http://www.ruimtevaart-nvr.nl/info/docs/FAST%20Microsatellite%20Mission,%20Jian%20Guo,%20TU%20Delft.pdf

FAST is a Dutch-Chinese dual microsat project, which is to be launched piggyback (likely from TSLC.)
Probably Tsinghua-2 is another designation for the  Beijing-2 satellite project, which was first announced in 2009.
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http://www.spacenews.com/civil/100414-path-china-space-station.html
Цитата04/14/10 09:04 PM ET
Official Details 11-year Path To China's Own Space Station
By Amy Klamper

       COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. -- A top Chinese space official shared new details of an ambitious human spaceflight agenda that includes plans to conduct on-orbit rendezvous and docking experiments and development of a new heavy-lift launch vehicle in preparation for assembling a 30-ton space station on orbit by 2022.

    Wang Wenbao, director of the China Manned Space Engineering Office, said the effort would begin with the launch of a Tiangong 1 docking-target spacecraft slated for early 2011.

    "According to our schedule, we will launch Tiangong 1 target spacecraft in the first half of 2011 and then the Shenzhou 8 spacecraft in the second half of 2011 to carry out China's first docking and rendezvous of spacecraft in orbit," Wang told an audience of government and industry officials at the 26th National Space Symposium here April 14.

    Wang said in addition to serving as a platform for autonomous rendezvous and docking experiments, Tiangong 1 would form the basis of a "simple space laboratory" on orbit, conducting additional rendezvous and docking maneuvers with China's Shenzhou 9 and 10 spacecraft in 2012.

    Launch of the Tiangong 2 and Tiangong 3 space labs would follow, using crewed missions to conduct additional rendezvous and docking experiments with the space labs as well as regenerative life support and cargo supply experiments, Wang said.

    "Between 2014 to 2016, we are planning to launch the Tiangong 3 space lab, two manned spacecraft and one cargo spacecraft to have docking and rendezvous with the target spacecraft in orbit and to carry out regenerative life support technology experiments as well as the space cargo supply experiments," he said.

    Wang said the 3.35-meter diameter space lab would weigh about 8.5 tons and have two sections.

    "One is the experiments module, the other is the resource module, and the space lab will have the capability of in-orbit refueling of the hosting of fuel," Wang said, adding that the space lab would operate at 400 kilometers with an inclination of 42 to 43 degrees relative to the equator.

    Wang said the spacecraft and space labs would be launched on Long March 2F rockets.

    From 2016 to 2022, China is planning to construct a 30-ton space station consisting of three pressurized modules to be launched on China's heavy-lift rocket currently in development. Wang said the station will operate at 340 to 450 kilometers above the Earth at an inclination of 42 to 43 degrees.

    "The crew members will be three, and the astronauts can stay in the station for long term to carry out in-space application experiments of a larger scale," he said, adding that the station's service life would be about 10 years.

    Wang said China has established "a good working relationship" with space agencies in Russia, France, Germany and other countries, and that Beijing looks forward to working with the United States to pursue cooperative space science and manned exploration efforts in the future.

    "In November 2009, President [Barack] Obama visited China, and both leaders signed the American communiqu
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Цитата"For Shenzhou 9 to be manned or unmanned depends on Shenzhou 8," Wenbao told SPACE.com.
The second module of the Chinese space station, Tiangong 2, is set to debut during a 2013 liftoff. Tiangong 3 will follow sometime in 2014 to 2016.

To supply this orbiting laboratory, China is developing a cargo-carrying spacecraft that will hold no less than 5.5 tons (5,000 kg), Wenbao said. That's about twice as much cargo capacity as Russia's Progress unmanned spacecraft, which currently services the International Space Station (ISS), and a little less than the Japanese H-II Transfer Vehicle (HTV), which also flies to the ISS.
"Our cargo spacecraft will be developed on the basis of our manned spacecraft and space lab," Wenbao said.
http://www.space.com/news/china-prepares-for-space-station-100415.html
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