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Re: China's space program
« Reply #40 on: 11/01/2008 01:33 PM »
plasma engine in developing

I bet $10 every space countries is researching it or already researched.

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Re: China's space program
« Reply #41 on: 11/01/2008 01:57 PM »
laser thruster
it only can fly 100m by last year

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Re: China's space program
« Reply #42 on: 11/01/2008 02:37 PM »
kkv warhead

The ignominious anti-sate test in last year, maybe done by this guy.

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Re: China's space program
« Reply #43 on: 11/01/2008 02:46 PM »
mini-sate on Shenzhou7 (translated by eyesineyes)


other mini-sate

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Re: China's space program
« Reply #44 on: 11/01/2008 02:48 PM »
All above my posted are from public forum:

http://www.xhclub.net

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Re: China's space program
« Reply #45 on: 11/03/2008 10:53 AM »
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Re: China's space program
« Reply #46 on: 11/05/2008 01:47 PM »

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Re: China's space program
« Reply #47 on: 11/06/2008 03:02 AM »
http://news.xinhuanet.com/newscenter/2008-10/28/content_10267364.htm

They will launch 12 Beidou navigation satellites around 2009, passive navigation service nearby China will be available by 2010.

That's too crazy ???

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Re: China's space program
« Reply #48 on: 11/06/2008 09:20 AM »
http://news.xinhuanet.com/newscenter/2008-10/28/content_10267364.htm

They will launch 12 Beidou navigation satellites around 2009, passive navigation service nearby China will be available by 2010.

That's too crazy ???

In deed. That's one thing we will have to wait and see. Does China has capability to do it? If they launch from Xi Chang that implies more than a launch each month taking into account that there are other sats to launch. But the BeiDou program is an important part of the Chinese space program and we don't see a launch for a while now.

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Re: China's space program
« Reply #49 on: 11/06/2008 02:32 PM »
Yes, the plan is unnecessary and impossible.
Unless the war is coming, or they are becoming prattlers.

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Re: China's space program
« Reply #50 on: 11/11/2008 10:36 AM »
http://news.ifeng.com/mil/2/200811/1110_340_870209.shtml

The chief designer of China manned space said:
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Compe to Japan/India/Europe, China still has many shortages such as industry base, componet, materials.

It's according with what the president of ISRO said:
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How do you compare India with China?

Compared to China we are better off in many areas. For example our communication satellites are world class. Chinese still depend on some foreign companies to supply some components. On launchers, we have very advanced capability. As far as manned-mission is concerned we are lagging behind, but that was a conscious decision on our part. Since it involves a lot of funds, in the initial phase of the moon programme we have not given thrust to that area. But given the funds and necessary approvals we can easily catch up with our neighbour in this area.

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Re: China's space program
« Reply #51 on: 11/12/2008 10:50 AM »

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Re: China's space program
« Reply #52 on: 11/14/2008 10:53 PM »
From People's Daily, 'Tester' satellite to be launched.
« Last Edit: 11/14/2008 10:55 PM by Satori »

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Re: China's space program
« Reply #53 on: 12/05/2008 04:06 AM »
new 50t oxyhydrogen engine 500 seconds test has succeeded.

http://www.spacechina.com/xwzx_zyxw_Details.shtml?recno=57998

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Re: China's space program
« Reply #54 on: 12/06/2008 03:35 AM »
China got its first solid-liquid mixing engine test on a small sounding rocket.

date: 2008-12-5
location: JiuQuan satellite launch center
maker: Beijing University of Aeronautics & Astronautics

http://news.xinhuanet.com/edu/2008-12/06/content_10463971.htm

payload:
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Re: China's space program
« Reply #56 on: 12/08/2008 08:49 AM »
Following Satory news about hybrid rocket, I made some quick google search about the famous Tsinghua Research Center . There is an interesting paper about hybrid rocket here:

http://www.tsinghua.edu.cn/docsn/lxx/mainpage/a/Web/index_files/Page694.htm

Tsinhua testing engine could be the same as the recent Beihang-2 (The rocket was 3.417 m long and 0.22 m in diameter). One the structural reason of that could be the collaboration between Tsingua Research Space Center, the School of Astronautics of Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics and the Beihang University.

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Re: China's space program
« Reply #57 on: 12/13/2008 03:24 AM »
Satori, here is another dictionary & translation software, free for all, it has very plenty words and phrases.

you can try it(谷歌金山词霸合作版) from this page.
http://pack.google.com/intl/zh-cn/pack_installer.html


According to CCTV's report, China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation(CASC) announced today: the new generation of China telecommunications broadcast satellite (XinNuo-5 and XinNuo-6) will be launched in 3 years. weather satellite FengYun-2(3 satellites of batch 03) will be launched in 2010/2012/2014.

As the report, the 3 satellites of FengYun-2 are the third batch of FengYun-2, they are a part of Chinese weather satellites, will be used for weather observing and forecasting.

XinNuo-5 and XinNuo-6 use DongFangHong-4 as theirs satellite bus(platform), which means they have high capability, long lifetime(15 years), high tech. They will be lanuched via LongMarch-3B in XiChang Launch Center. XinNuo-5 will replace XinNuo-1, scheduled be handed over to end user in the end of month of June/2011.

XinNuo-6 will replace XinNuo-3, is a special purpose of TV Broadcast Satellite, it include a S-band payload experiment, which in order to protect China's declared orbital position and frequency. it scheduled be handed over to end user in the end of month of June/2010.

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Re: China's space program
« Reply #58 on: 02/28/2009 06:25 PM »
This is a video about China's Space Program which is made by a space fan of China. I just post the video here, but it doesn't mean that I do verify its validity. I think this video has a lot of information that we should follow closely.


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Re: China's space program
« Reply #59 on: 03/02/2009 10:03 AM »
Chinese to Build 'Impossible' Space Drive
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=14423.0

This research already into National Natural Science Foundation of China, http://www.nsfc.gov.cn

  ID:90716019/A050201
  Name:能源内置无工质微波推进的理论和实验研究
  Principal:杨涓
  Organization:西北工业大学
  Period:2008-01至2010-12

Some papers about it
基于量子理论的无工质微波推进性能计算分析
http://www.yhxb.org/oa/darticle.aspx?type=view&id=08528

局域环境中微波等离子体电子密度诊断实验研究
http://www.cnki.com.cn/Article/CJFDTotal-WLXB200803079.htm

100W微波等离子推力器的调试与地面实验
http://www.cnki.com.cn/Article/CJFD2003-GTHJ200302021.htm

微波等离子推力器谐振腔的数值模拟与小推力测量实验研究     
http://epub.cnki.net/grid2008/detail.aspx?filename=2003101466&dbname=CDFD2004
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