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China Star 9A Relies on the Self-equipped Satellite Booster to Enter the Orbit Successfully

July 6, the reporter learned from the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation that China s Star 9A relied on the self-equipped booster to enter the orbit successfully. June 19, 2017, the Lo

(2017-09-12)

Russia's New Military Geodesic Satellite was Successfully Launched

US SpaceflightNow reported on June 23, 2017 that Russia used the Union -2.1 carrier rocket to launch a new military geodesic satellite from the Plesetsk space launch site successfully. The launch miss (2017-09-12)

Canada Builds a Radar Instrument for NASA's Mars Orbiter

The spacenews.com reports that Canada will develop a radar instrument for NASA s Mars orbiter. NASA s Next Mars Orbiter (NeMO) is planned for 2022. The radar instrument will be developed for a future (2017-09-12)

Beidou Satellite Navigation and Positioning System: Accurate Positioning is its strongest ability

Beidou Satellite Navigation and Positioning System is made by China, making a lot of Chinese science and technology fans proud. The operation of the Beidou navigation satellite in the sky can grasp th (2017-09-12)

The United States "Dragon" Spacecraft, Carrying Beijing Institute of Technology Experimental Device, Returns from the Space Station to Earth

On July 3, SpaceX s Dragon cargo spacecraft returned from the international space station to earth, bringing back the first experimental device, entering this space laboratory, that is independently d (2017-09-11)

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.