Owing to Technical Failure of Carrier Rocket, the Launch of Indian Lunar Unmanned Probe was Postponed

On July 15, according to Sputnik, Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) reported that due to technical reasons, the launch of Chandrayaan-2 lunar probe, originally scheduled on the morning of 15 t


Chinese Private Aerospace Enterprise Will Launch 20 Satellites to Set Up Satellite Constellation; The First Satellite is Scheduled to Launch in August

On July 14, the reporter learned from the Chinese private aerospace enterprise, Beijing Qiansheng Exploration Technology Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as Qiansheng Exploration) that this company (2019-09-19)

To Explore the Extreme Universe, the Chinese Academy of Sciences Initiates the Development of eXTP Space Observatory Program

On July 12, the reporter learned from the Institute of High Energy Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences that the project on the important background model of enhanced X-ray Timing and Polarimetr (2019-09-18)

China’s Civilian Land Observing Satellites That Operate in Orbit Reach 23

Xu Wen, director of China Center for Resources Satellite Data and Application, said at the 8 th World Geospatial Developers Conference (WGDC) on July 9 that China has launched 26 civilian land observi (2019-09-18)

Tiangong-2 Space Lab Will Re-enter the Atmosphere under Control in the Near Future

On July 13, according to the China Manned Spaceflight Engineering Office (CMSEO), Tiangong-2 Space Lab has accomplished all extended trials in accordance with the schedule and is planned to leave orbi (2019-09-17)

BeiDou achieves accuracy to within one to two meters

BeiDou achieves accuracy to within one to two meters

China s domestically-produced satellite navigation system BeiDou is said to have made significant progress on its accuracy.