China-Commercial Aerospace Industry

China makes breakthroughs in commercial aerospace industry

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Wuhan City, Hubei Province, central China - Sept 26, 2018 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of animation showing reusable aerospace vehicle
2. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Zou Hong, head, commercial space administration, third research institute, China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation (starting with shot 1/partially overlaid with shot 3):
"Combined power is the key technology of future space vehicles of this kind. We have recently completed the flight test of 'Tengfei 1' and it was the first flight test in China that had realized the mode conversion of combined power. This step plays a key role in the future development of the combined power in aerospace vehicles."
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3. Animation showing ignition of combined power system
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4. Various of animation showing reusable aerospace vehicle
5. Animation showing reusable aerospace vehicle orbiting earth
6. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Zou Guangbao, general manager, general department of aerospace engineering, second research institute, China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation (ending with shot 7):
"We can set up a fixed satellite data receiver, which can act as a WiFi hotspot. Then people can easily access the Internet via satellite with their mobile phones. We can also develop portable [satellite data receivers] installed on planes, ships, high-speed trains, islands and so on to make the instant Internet access come true. According to the plan of the 'Hongyun project', the first test satellite will be launched at the end of this year, which is the end of 2018."
7. Various of animation showing portable Internet hotspot, satellite
8. Various of people building rocket parts at Wuhan National Space Industry Base
9. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Zhang Di, vice president, fourth research institute, China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation (partially overlaid with shots 10-11):
"After the 'Kuaizhou' rocket completed its first flight last year, we have received eight orders so far and there are more than a dozen follow-up intentions. Our production capacity next year will reach 20 'Kuaizhou' rockets per year. After the completion of phase two and phase three [of the base's construction], we can produce 50 of them annually."
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10. Various of "Kuaizhou" rocket being launched
11. Various of people building rocket parts at Wuhan National Space Industry Base
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12. Rocket in air
13. Animation showing rocket flying
14. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Hou Xiufeng, press spokesman, China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation (starting with shot 13/ending with shot 15):
"The space economy is going to be a trillion-dollar industry, including deep space exploration, space mining, space manufacturing and space tourism. The future development of this industry will create greater wealth for the human-beings."
15. Various of animation showing satellite, earth

Shotline


China has made several major breakthroughs in fostering the development of commercial aerospace industry, according to the fourth China International Commercial Aerospace Forum which is held in Wuhan City of central China's Hubei Province from Wednesday to Friday.

It was said at the forum that China is currently developing a reusable aerospace vehicle for space transportation and has recently completed the related flight tests with combined power.

The aerospace vehicle under development is supposed to be able to take off like a plane at airport to send people or cargo into orbit in outer space, which makes power a vital issue to solve.

"Tengfei 1" is an aerospace vehicle of this project and its power problem has already been overcome with a new technology.

"Combined power is the key technology of future space vehicles of this kind. We have recently completed the flight test of 'Tengfei 1' and it was the first flight test in China that had realized the mode conversion of combined power. This step plays a key role in the future development of the combined power in aerospace vehicles," said Zou Hong, head of the commercial space administration of the third research institute under China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation (CASIC).

Once the aerospace vehicle is developed, it can be used for space tourism, astronaut transportation, satellite launching and space emergency rescue.

Other than that, China is deploying a space-based Internet system consisting of 156 small satellites, the first of which will be launched this year. When the system, named "Hongyun project", is completed, people will be able to access the Internet anywhere in the world.

"We can set up a fixed satellite data receiver, which can act as a WiFi hotspot. Then people can easily access the Internet via satellite with their mobile phones. We can also develop portable [satellite data receivers] installed on planes, ships, high-speed trains, islands and so on to make the instant Internet access come true. According to the plan of the 'Hongyun project', the first test satellite will be launched at the end of this year, which is the end of 2018," said Zou Guangbao, general manager of the general department of aerospace engineering of the second research institute under CASIC.

The increasing demand for space technology in communications, navigation, meteorology and other fields is also boosting the development of commercial space market.

In Wuhan City, the construction of a national aerospace industry base is currently underway. It is said that there will be mass production of satellites and rockets at the base in the future.

At present, China's "Kuaizhou" series commercial rockets are produced here.

"After the 'Kuaizhou' rocket completed its first flight last year, we have received eight orders so far and there are more than a dozen follow-up intentions. Our production capacity next year will reach 20 'Kuaizhou' rockets per year. After the completion of phase two and phase three [of the base's construction], we can produce 50 of them annually," said Zhang Di, vice president of the fourth research institute under CASIC.

Moreover, China is also promoting the industrialization of the commercial aerospace. Hou Xiufeng, spokesman of CASIC, expressed his expectations of the development of this industry.

"The space economy is going to be a trillion-dollar industry, including deep space exploration, space mining, space manufacturing and space tourism. The future development of this industry will create greater wealth for the human-beings," said Hou.

Data showed that from 2012 to 2017, the total output value of the global space industry increased from 285.7 billion U.S. dollars to 383.5 billion U.S. dollars, up by 34.2 percent.

It is said that the space economy brought by the constant development of space technology application will become the main direction of the future space industry.

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  • ID : 8091662
  • Published : 2018-09-26 20:54
  • Last Modified : 2018-09-26 20:55:00
  • Location : Hubei,China
  • Category : science and technology
  • Duration : 2'32
  • Audio Language : Chinese/Part Mute
  • Source : China Central Television (CCTV)
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China-Commercial Aerospace Industry

China makes breakthroughs in commercial aerospace industry

Dateline : Sept 26, 2018

Location : Hubei,China

Duration : 2'32

  • English


Wuhan City, Hubei Province, central China - Sept 26, 2018 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of animation showing reusable aerospace vehicle
2. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Zou Hong, head, commercial space administration, third research institute, China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation (starting with shot 1/partially overlaid with shot 3):
"Combined power is the key technology of future space vehicles of this kind. We have recently completed the flight test of 'Tengfei 1' and it was the first flight test in China that had realized the mode conversion of combined power. This step plays a key role in the future development of the combined power in aerospace vehicles."
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
3. Animation showing ignition of combined power system
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
4. Various of animation showing reusable aerospace vehicle
5. Animation showing reusable aerospace vehicle orbiting earth
6. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Zou Guangbao, general manager, general department of aerospace engineering, second research institute, China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation (ending with shot 7):
"We can set up a fixed satellite data receiver, which can act as a WiFi hotspot. Then people can easily access the Internet via satellite with their mobile phones. We can also develop portable [satellite data receivers] installed on planes, ships, high-speed trains, islands and so on to make the instant Internet access come true. According to the plan of the 'Hongyun project', the first test satellite will be launched at the end of this year, which is the end of 2018."
7. Various of animation showing portable Internet hotspot, satellite
8. Various of people building rocket parts at Wuhan National Space Industry Base
9. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Zhang Di, vice president, fourth research institute, China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation (partially overlaid with shots 10-11):
"After the 'Kuaizhou' rocket completed its first flight last year, we have received eight orders so far and there are more than a dozen follow-up intentions. Our production capacity next year will reach 20 'Kuaizhou' rockets per year. After the completion of phase two and phase three [of the base's construction], we can produce 50 of them annually."
++SHOTS OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
10. Various of "Kuaizhou" rocket being launched
11. Various of people building rocket parts at Wuhan National Space Industry Base
++SHOTS OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
12. Rocket in air
13. Animation showing rocket flying
14. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Hou Xiufeng, press spokesman, China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation (starting with shot 13/ending with shot 15):
"The space economy is going to be a trillion-dollar industry, including deep space exploration, space mining, space manufacturing and space tourism. The future development of this industry will create greater wealth for the human-beings."
15. Various of animation showing satellite, earth


China has made several major breakthroughs in fostering the development of commercial aerospace industry, according to the fourth China International Commercial Aerospace Forum which is held in Wuhan City of central China's Hubei Province from Wednesday to Friday.

It was said at the forum that China is currently developing a reusable aerospace vehicle for space transportation and has recently completed the related flight tests with combined power.

The aerospace vehicle under development is supposed to be able to take off like a plane at airport to send people or cargo into orbit in outer space, which makes power a vital issue to solve.

"Tengfei 1" is an aerospace vehicle of this project and its power problem has already been overcome with a new technology.

"Combined power is the key technology of future space vehicles of this kind. We have recently completed the flight test of 'Tengfei 1' and it was the first flight test in China that had realized the mode conversion of combined power. This step plays a key role in the future development of the combined power in aerospace vehicles," said Zou Hong, head of the commercial space administration of the third research institute under China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation (CASIC).

Once the aerospace vehicle is developed, it can be used for space tourism, astronaut transportation, satellite launching and space emergency rescue.

Other than that, China is deploying a space-based Internet system consisting of 156 small satellites, the first of which will be launched this year. When the system, named "Hongyun project", is completed, people will be able to access the Internet anywhere in the world.

"We can set up a fixed satellite data receiver, which can act as a WiFi hotspot. Then people can easily access the Internet via satellite with their mobile phones. We can also develop portable [satellite data receivers] installed on planes, ships, high-speed trains, islands and so on to make the instant Internet access come true. According to the plan of the 'Hongyun project', the first test satellite will be launched at the end of this year, which is the end of 2018," said Zou Guangbao, general manager of the general department of aerospace engineering of the second research institute under CASIC.

The increasing demand for space technology in communications, navigation, meteorology and other fields is also boosting the development of commercial space market.

In Wuhan City, the construction of a national aerospace industry base is currently underway. It is said that there will be mass production of satellites and rockets at the base in the future.

At present, China's "Kuaizhou" series commercial rockets are produced here.

"After the 'Kuaizhou' rocket completed its first flight last year, we have received eight orders so far and there are more than a dozen follow-up intentions. Our production capacity next year will reach 20 'Kuaizhou' rockets per year. After the completion of phase two and phase three [of the base's construction], we can produce 50 of them annually," said Zhang Di, vice president of the fourth research institute under CASIC.

Moreover, China is also promoting the industrialization of the commercial aerospace. Hou Xiufeng, spokesman of CASIC, expressed his expectations of the development of this industry.

"The space economy is going to be a trillion-dollar industry, including deep space exploration, space mining, space manufacturing and space tourism. The future development of this industry will create greater wealth for the human-beings," said Hou.

Data showed that from 2012 to 2017, the total output value of the global space industry increased from 285.7 billion U.S. dollars to 383.5 billion U.S. dollars, up by 34.2 percent.

It is said that the space economy brought by the constant development of space technology application will become the main direction of the future space industry.

ID : 8091662

Published : 2018-09-26 20:54

Last Modified : 2018-09-26 20:55:00

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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