China-Satellite Launch

China sends six satellites into space with single rocket

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Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center, Shanxi Province, north China - Dec 7, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Footage of Kuaizhou-1A rocket blasting off, sending six satellites into space
2. Various of specialists monitoring launch at command center
3. Footage of another Kuaizhou-1A rocket blasting off, sending Jilin-1 Gaofen 02B satellite into space

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China sent six satellites into space from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in the northern province of Shanxi at 16:52 local time (0852 GMT) on Saturday.

The satellites were launched by a Kuaizhou-1A (KZ-1A) rocket and have entered the planned orbit successfully.

It was the second launch from the Taiyuan launch center in less than six hours after another KZ-1A rocket sent the Jilin-1 Gaofen 02B satellite into space at 10:55 local time (0255 GMT), setting a new record for China's aerospace industry.

It also marked a breakthrough for the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in its rapid launch and emergency launch capabilities.

The satellites HEAD-2A and HEAD-2B were the first batch of satellites for the Skywalker Constellation. They will provide global users with services such as environmental monitoring, material supervision, emergency communication enhancement and information collection on global ships and aircraft.

The Spacety-16 and Spacety-17 satellites are medium-resolution micro-nano remote sensing satellites that are mainly used for disaster prevention, maritime applications, agricultural remote sensing and polar environment monitoring.

Tianqi-4A and Tianqi-4B satellites will provide services such as global Internet of Things data transmission, emergency communications and material tracking.

KZ-1A is a low-cost solid-fuel carrier rocket with high reliability and a short preparation period. The rocket, developed by a company under the China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation, is mainly used to launch low-orbit micro-satellites. Kuaizhou means fast boats in Chinese.

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China-Satellite Launch

China sends six satellites into space with single rocket

Dateline : Dec 7, 2019

Location : China

Duration : 1'03

  • English
  • العربية
  • Pусский
  • Español


Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center, Shanxi Province, north China - Dec 7, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Footage of Kuaizhou-1A rocket blasting off, sending six satellites into space
2. Various of specialists monitoring launch at command center
3. Footage of another Kuaizhou-1A rocket blasting off, sending Jilin-1 Gaofen 02B satellite into space


China sent six satellites into space from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in the northern province of Shanxi at 16:52 local time (0852 GMT) on Saturday.

The satellites were launched by a Kuaizhou-1A (KZ-1A) rocket and have entered the planned orbit successfully.

It was the second launch from the Taiyuan launch center in less than six hours after another KZ-1A rocket sent the Jilin-1 Gaofen 02B satellite into space at 10:55 local time (0255 GMT), setting a new record for China's aerospace industry.

It also marked a breakthrough for the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in its rapid launch and emergency launch capabilities.

The satellites HEAD-2A and HEAD-2B were the first batch of satellites for the Skywalker Constellation. They will provide global users with services such as environmental monitoring, material supervision, emergency communication enhancement and information collection on global ships and aircraft.

The Spacety-16 and Spacety-17 satellites are medium-resolution micro-nano remote sensing satellites that are mainly used for disaster prevention, maritime applications, agricultural remote sensing and polar environment monitoring.

Tianqi-4A and Tianqi-4B satellites will provide services such as global Internet of Things data transmission, emergency communications and material tracking.

KZ-1A is a low-cost solid-fuel carrier rocket with high reliability and a short preparation period. The rocket, developed by a company under the China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation, is mainly used to launch low-orbit micro-satellites. Kuaizhou means fast boats in Chinese.

ID : 8129326

Published : 2019-12-07 20:13

Last Modified : 2019-12-08 17:56:37

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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