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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #2360 on: 01/29/2022 07:16 am »
开门红!长二丁取得今年我国宇航发射首胜
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Good start! CZ-2D won the first victory in my country's space launch this year

This year, the Aerospace Science and Technology Group plans to arrange more than 40 space launch missions. Among them, the CZ-2D rocket is scheduled to launch more than 15 times, which is expected to set the record for the highest number of annual launches of this type of rocket. Facing the challenge of high-density launch in 2022, the Changer Ding rocket of the present invention adopts the design idea of "de-mission" to improve product production efficiency and enhance the ability to adjust the launch plan.
The CZ-2D will have been launched more than 14 times this year.

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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #2361 on: 02/01/2022 09:22 am »
入轨精度极高!性价比最优的小型火箭!2022坐拥6次发射的“谷神星一号”
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The orbital accuracy is extremely high! The best cost-effective small rocket! 2022 Ceres One with 6 launches

Based on its excellent performance and accurate market positioning, 6 launches of Ceres-1 have been scheduled in 2022, which may make the rocket the busiest private rocket.
There will be 6 launches by Gushenxing-1 in 2022.

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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #2362 on: 02/02/2022 07:35 am »
https://weibo.com/6142289604/Ldt0qjvaU
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Interstellar Glory year-end inventory: Hyperbola-1 Yao-4 launch vehicle is ready for launch (the first three launches are Y1, Y2, Y5), and the first-stage final assembly and testing of Hyperbola-2 SQX-2Z has been successfully completed, and the rocket is ready for delivery . Completion of performance and environmental testing of landing gear bumpers. The Focus-1 liquid oxygen methane engine has completed various research and development work before the vertical take-off and landing test. Completed the combined thermal test run of the control system and the engine of the Hyperbola-2 demonstration rocket. Completed the first overall comprehensive performance test of the power system common bottom tank in China. The joint test run of the flight control system and engine of the first active stage and return stage of the Hyperbola-2 demonstration rocket was completed. Completed the ground verification test of the Hyperbolic No. 2 grid rudder subsystem. The ground deployment verification test of the Hyperbola-2 landing device was completed. The review of the Hyperbola-3 launch vehicle plan was completed, laying an important foundation for the subsequent detailed design.
The SQX-1 Y4 and SQX-2Z might be launched this year.

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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #2363 on: 02/10/2022 08:54 am »
China launches in 2022 (times in UTC)

01 - January 17 (02:35:xx.xxx) - CZ-2D (Y70) - TSLC, LC9
                    Shiyan-13 (试验十三号卫星)
                    51102 2022-004A

02 - January 25 (23:44:xx.xxx) - CZ-4C (Y29) - JSLC, LC43/94
                    Ludi Tance-1 01A (陆地探测一号01组A星)
                    51284 2022-007A

03 - February 26 (23:44:xx.xxx) - CZ-4C (Y30) - JSLC, LC43/94
                    Ludi Tance-1 01B (陆地探测一号01组b星)
                    51822 2022-018A

04 - February 27 (03:06:xx.xxx) - CZ-8/720H (Y2) - WSLC, LC201
                    Hainan-1 (1) (海南一号 1)
                    Hainan-1 (2) (海南一号 2)
                    Wenchang-1 01 'Weina Xingkong 03' (文昌一号01星 '微纳星空03')
                    Wenchang-1 02 'Weina Xingkong 04' (文昌一号02星 '微纳星空04')
                    Dayun/Xingshidai-17 'Weina Xingkong 05' (大运号/星时代17 '微纳星空05')
                    Chaohu-1 (巢湖一号) (Tianxian batch 1)
                    Qimingxing-1 (启明星一号)
                    Taijing-3 01 (泰景三号01星)
                    Taijing-4 01 (泰景四号01星)
                    Xidian-1 (西电一号)
                    Weina Xingkong 01 (微纳星空01)
                    Weina Xingkong 02 (微纳星空02)
                    Jilin-1 Maofeng-02A 01 'Xiamen Keji-1' (吉林一号MF02A01 '厦门科技一号')
                    Jilin-1 Gaofen-03D 10 (吉林一号高分03D10)
                    Jilin-1 Gaofen-03D 11 (吉林一号高分03D11)
                    Jilin-1 Gaofen-03D 12 (吉林一号高分03D12)
                    Jilin-1 Gaofen-03D 13 (吉林一号高分03D13)
                    Jilin-1 Gaofen-03D 14 (吉林一号高分03D14)
                    Jilin-1 Gaofen-03D 15 'Shaoguan-1' (吉林一号高分03D15 '韶关一号')
                    Jilin-1 Gaofen-03D 16 'Wenchang Chapsuan-2' (吉林一号高分03D16 '文昌超算二号')
                    Jilin-1 Gaofen-03D 17 'Wenchang Chapsuan-3' (吉林一号高分03D17 '文昌超算三号')
                    Jilin-1 Gaofen-03D 18 'Anxi Teiguanyin 1' (吉林一号高分03D18)


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March 4 / 6 - CZ-?? - XSLC, LC2
                    ??

March - Lijian-1 (Zhongke-1A) - JSLC
                    Zhuhai-1 1
                    Zhuhai-1 2
                    Zhuhai-1 3
                    Zhuhai-1 4
                    Zhuhai-1 5
                    Zhuhai-1 6
March (?) - CZ-6A - TSLC
                    ??
March (?) February (?) - Gushenxing-1 (Y3) - JSLC, LC43/95
                    Taijing-1 01
                    Taijing-1 02 (Xingshidai-12)
March (?) February (?) - CZ-2C - XSLC, LC3
                    Yinhe (x6)
                    Yituhao Xingyuan
                    Xuanming Xingyuan
First quarter - ZQ-2 - JSLC, LC43/95 (?)
                    ??
First quarter - CZ-11H (Y3) - SL
                    Jilin-1 Gaofen-04A 'Anxi Tieguanyin 1'
                    Jilin-1 Gaofen-03D 04-09
April - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC
                    LSTSAT-1 (was Nicasat-1)
April - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/94
                    SJ-19 Shijian-19 (New Generation Recoverable Satellite)
May 5 (?) - CZ-7 (Y5) - WSLC, LC201
                    Tianzhou-4
May 14 (?) - CZ-2F/G (Y14) - JSLC, LC43/91
                    Shenzhou-14
Spring - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/94
                    Advanced Space-borne Solar Observatory (ASO-S)
June 6 (?) - CZ-5B (Y3) - WSLC, LC101
                    Wentian Space Station Laboratory
NET June - ?? - ??
                    Beiyou-1
First half - CZ-2D - ??
                    12 sats
July - ?? - ??
                    Jinzhijing-3
                    Jinzhijing-4
July - CZ-6 - TSLC, LC-16
                    Qilu-2
                    Qilu-3
                    ??
                    ??
August - Jielong-3 - Ocean Launch
                    ??
August/September - CZ-5B (Y4) - WSLC, LC101
                    Mengtian Space Station Laboratory
October 31 (?) - CZ-7 (Y6) - WSLC, LC201
                    Tianzhou-5
October - CZ-2C - XSLC
                    APStar-6E
November 17 (?) - CZ-2F/G (Y15) - JSLC, LC43/91
                    Shenzhou-15
December - CZ-2D (?) - JSLC, LC43/94 (?)
                    MisrSat-2
December - ?? - ??
                    Macao Science 1
End - XSLC - CZ-2C (?)
                    Einstein Probe
?? - CZ-2F/T4 - JSLC, LC43/91
                    CSSHQ (F2)
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/94
                    Daqi-1 (Atmospheric Environment Monitoring Satellite)
?? - CZ-4C - JSLC, LC43/94
                    Gaofen-3 (03)
?? - CZ-11 - JSLC
                    CAS-5A
                    CAS-5B
                    CAS-7A
                    CAS-7C
?? - CZ-11 - JSLC
                    OVS-2
                    OHS-2s
                    OKW-2
                    TY-1(04)
?? - KZ-11 (Y2) - JSLC, LC43/95A
                    Xingyun-1 (01)
                    Xingyun-1 (02)
?? - KZ-11 - JSLC
                   Jiama Shexian Bao Tance Weixing (Gamma ray burst micro satellite)
                   Tianiy-4 (Xiaoxiang-4)
                   Zhongwei-1
                   Xianrikui-1A
                   Xianrikui-1B
?? - KZ-1A (Y17) - JSLC, LC43/95B
                   Hede-2C
                   Hede-2D
?? - KZ-1A - JSLC
                   Xingyun-2
                   Xingyun-2
?? - KZ-1A - JSLC
                   Xingyun-2
                   Xingyun-2
?? - KZ-1A - JSLC
                   Xingyun-2
                   Xingyun-2
?? - KZ-1A - JSLC
                   Xingyun-2
                   Xingyun-2
?? - KZ-1A - JSLC
                   Xingyun-2
                   Xingyun-2
?? - KZ-1A - JSLC
                   Xingyun-2
                   Xingyun-2
?? - Gushenxing-1 - JSLC, LC43/95
                   ??
?? - Gushenxing-1 - JSLC, LC43/95
                   ??
?? - Gushenxing-1 - JSLC, LC43/95
                   ??
?? - Gushenxing-1 - JSLC, LC43/95
                   ??
?? - SQX-2 - JSLC (?)
                   ??
?? - Jielong-1 - JSLC
                   HN-03
                   HN-04
?? - Jielong-1 (Y2) - JSLC, LC42/95B
                   Yizheng-2 (0.9m resolution multi-spectral satellite)
                   Yizheng-3 (0.9m resolution multi-spectral satellite)
?? - CZ-2C - XSLC, LC3
                   Yaogan-30 Group-11 (?)
                   Tianqi-? "Yan'an-1"
?? February (?) - CZ-2C - XSLC, LC3
                    Yinhe (x6)
                    Yituhao Xingyuan
                    Xuanming Xingyuan
?? - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC
                   TECHO-1 (Qingwang-1)
?? - CZ-3B/G3 - XSLC, LC2
                   GEOSAR (Tianhui-3)
?? - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC
                   Zhongxing-6D
?? - CZ-3B/G? (Y75) - XSLC
                   Tianji Guganwang Gaogui Weixing A
                   Tianji Guganwang Gaogui Weixing B
?? - CZ-3B/G3 - XSLC
                   Fengyun-4C
?? - CZ-3B/YZ-1 - XSLC
                   Beidou-3 MEO-25
                   Beidou-3 MEO-26
?? - CZ-3B/YZ-1 - XSLC
                   Beidou-3 MEO-27
                   Beidou-3 MEO-28
?? - CZ-3B/YZ-1 - XSLC
                   Beidou-3 MEO-29
                   Beidou-3 MEO-30
?? - CZ-4B - XSLC
                   ??
?? - CZ-11 (Y10) - XSLC
                   ??
?? - CZ-6 - TSLC, LC16
                   Haiyang-3A
?? - CZ-6 - TSLC, LC16
                   Haiyang-3B
?? - CZ-4C - TSLC, LC9
                   Fengyun-3F
?? - CZ-11A - ??
                   ??
?? - KZ-1A - ??
                   Hainan-1 (4)
?? - KZ-1A - ??
                   Hainan-1 (5)
?? - KZ-1A - ??
                   Hainan-1 (6)
?? - ?? - ??
                   Sansha-1 (1)
?? - ?? - ??
                   Sansha-1 (2)
?? - ?? - ??
                   Sanya-1 (1)
?? - ?? - ??
                   Sanya-1 (2)

2023

Middle of the year - CZ-2C - XSLC
                   SVOM (Space-based multi-band ast. Variable Objects Monitor)
NLT August - CZ-2C - XSLC
                   APStar-6E
Second half - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC
                   Xingkong-1 (Jianyang-1)
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/94
                   Zhangheng-2 (CSES-2)
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101
                   Mars Lander and Rover
?? - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC
                   Palapa-N1R
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9
                   Haiyang-2E
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9
                   Haiyang-2H
?? - CZ-4C - TSLC, LC9
                   Fengyun-3G (Fengyun-3RM-1)
?? - ?? - ??
                   Fengyun-3RM2
?? - ?? - ??
                   El Guaicaipuro (Venezuela)

2024

?? - CZ-3B - XSLC
                   Zhenghe (Near-Earth Asteroid Multi-Target Detection)
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9
                   Haiyang-2F
?? - CZ-6 - TSLC, LC16
                   Haiyang-3C
?? - CZ-4C - TSLC
                   Fengyun-3H
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101
                   Sun Fixed Point Observation
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101
                   Venus Exploration Orbiter
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101
                   Chang'e-6 (Sample return)
?? - ?? - ??
                   Fengyun-4 MW (Microwave sounder prototype)

2025

?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9
                   Haiyang-2G
?? - CZ-6 - TSLC, LC16
                   Haiyang-3D
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101
                   Xuntian China Space Station Telescope
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101
                   Main-Belt Asteroid (Ceres) Sample Return
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101
                   South Pole Landing & Cruise
NET - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101
                   Chang'e-7
?? - ?? - ??
                   enhanced X-ray Timing and Polarimetry mission(eXTP)

2026

?? - ?? - ??
                   Fengyun-5A

2027

?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101
                   Solar Polar Orbit Observer
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101
                   North Pole Landing & isru
?? - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC
                   Fengyun-4D
?? - ?? - ??
                   Fengyun-5B

2028

?? - ?? - ??
                   Fengyun-4E
?? - ?? - ??
                   Fengyun-5C
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101
                   Jupiter Orbiter
?? - CZ-9 - WSLC
                   ??

2030

?? - ?? - ??
                   Fengyun-4F
?? - ?? - ??
                   Fengyun-5D

2033

?? - ?? - ??
                   Fengyun-4G

2035

?? - ?? - ??
                   Fengyun-5D
?? - ?? - ??
                   Fengyun-6A

Undefined

?? - ?? - TSLC - CBERS-5
?? - ?? - TSLC - CBERS-6
?? - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC - CongoSat-1
?? - ?? - ?? - Water Cycle Observation Mission (WCOM)
?? - ?? - ?? - Magnetosphere-Ionosphere/Thermosphere Coupling Exploration (MIT)
?? - ?? - ?? - Huaizong-1
?? - ?? - ?? - Taihu-1
?? - ?? - ?? - Luojia-1 (02)
?? - ?? - ?? - Jinggong-1 (CubeSat-6U)
?? - ?? - ?? - Dagong Weixing (CubeSat-12U)

Statistics:

Orbital launches from Chinese launch centers: 447
Jiuquan - 160
Xichang - 167
Taiyuan - 102
Wenchang - 16
Yellow Sea - 2

February 10
February 18
February 23
February 24
February 27
« Last Edit: 02/27/2022 08:41 pm by Satori »

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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #2364 on: 02/10/2022 09:41 am »
I'm changing the way satellites are listed on the schedule. In this way its less confusing with the names and we can also add other information - for example, on the recent launched sats I can add the initial orbital or the operational orbital parameters.

Tell me what you think, if you prefer the old listing or the new one?

Cheers!

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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #2365 on: 02/13/2022 02:55 am »
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Orbit's "Zhuhai-1 04" satellites are actively preparing

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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #2366 on: 02/13/2022 05:50 am »
航天科技集团:今年计划发射140余个航天器
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Aerospace Science and Technology Group: plans to launch more than 140 spacecraft this year

The reporter learned from China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation that in 2022, the Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation plans to arrange more than 50 space launch missions and launch more than 140 spacecraft, and the number of launches will continue to remain high.

It is understood that as the main force of my country's space launch, the group's Long March series of launch vehicles will complete 48 launch missions in 2021, all of which have been successful. .

Ma Tao, deputy director of the Aerospace Department of the Aerospace Science and Technology Group, introduced that in 2022, my country will complete six major launch missions for the manned space station project, including two cargo spacecraft Tianzhou-4 and Tianzhou-5, and Shenzhou 14 and Shenzhou 10. The two manned spacecraft on the 5th, as well as the launch of Wentian Experiment Module I and Mengtian Experiment Module II, the space station that has been cared for all year round will be fully completed.

In addition, in 2022, my country will also launch the Land Exploration-1 01-group B satellite, the Gaofen-3 03 satellite, the atmospheric environment monitoring satellite, the terrestrial ecosystem carbon monitoring satellite, the Gaofen-5 01A satellite, and the environmental disaster mitigation 2 05 satellite , Macau Science 1A, Zhongxing 6D, Zhongxing 19 and many other national civil space infrastructure scientific research satellites and business satellites, which meet the needs of natural resources, ecological environment, forestry and grassland, emergency disaster relief, meteorology, radio and television and other fields user's application requirements.

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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #2367 on: 02/16/2022 10:57 am »
商业航天急需「商业化」:资本向上,成本向下 | 深度
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Business Agency urgently needs "commercialization": capital up, cost down | depth

Under the huge market in the current global low-rail small satellite construction, "Weidong Shikong(micro time and space)" last year, in the field of spatial sports parts.

From the supply chain point, the cost of similar products in the system is reduced by nearly 50%, and "micro-moving time and space" will soon get orders. "We founded the first product premium commercial order in April 2021 and got the first product premiere."

In a sense, the recognition of the institution in the institution has accelerated its commercial market coverage. The micro time and space said "" At present, we have completed 90% of the satellite units with 90% of the business space, and also received the relevant task book". According to the plan, the Weidong Shikong(micro time and space) will be put into completion of the first flight this year.

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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #2368 on: 02/21/2022 06:54 am »
A Jilantai missile launch:

A0332/22 NOTAMN
Q) ZLHW/QRTCA/IV/BO/W/000/999/4011N10247E127
A) ZLHW B) 2202210505 C) 2202210830
E) A TEMPORARY RESTRICTED AREA ESTABLISHED BOUNDED BY:
N394419E1052824-N405005E1022849-N405012E1000856-N394750E1000942-N392834E1031624-N393346E1052523 BACK TO START. ALL ACFT ARE FORBIDDEN
TO FLY INTO THE TEMPORARY RESTRICTED AREA. VERTICAL LIMITS: SFC-UNL.
F) SFC G) UNL
CREATED: 20 Feb 2022 10:14:00
SOURCE: ZBBBYNYX

A0353/22 NOTAMN
Q) ZLHW/QARLC/IV/NBO/E/000/999/
A) ZLHW B) 2202210505 C) 2202210825
E) FLW SEGMENT OF ATS RTE CLSD:
1.B330: MORIT - YABRAI VOR'YBL'.
2.A596: YABRAI VOR'YBL' - DENGKOU VOR'DKO'.
6.V67:  YABRAI VOR'YBL' - N393931E1003646.
7.W199: YABRAI VOR'YBL' - N384605E1045527.
CREATED: 21 Feb 2022 03:31:00
SOURCE: ZBBBYNYX
« Last Edit: 02/21/2022 06:54 am by Liss »
This message reflects my personal opinion based on open sources of information.

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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #2369 on: 02/21/2022 12:30 pm »
A Jilantai missile launch:

@Igor: These missile launch related posts normally belong to the following thread:
Chinese sub-orbital launches

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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #2370 on: 02/22/2022 02:03 am »
Quote
A0365/22 NOTAMN
Q) ZLHW/QRTCA/IV/BO/W/000/999/4014N10252E133
A) ZLHW B) 2202230449 C) 2203010657
D) 0449-0639 ON FEB 23,0450-0812 ON FEB 24,0453-0808 ON FEB
26,0450-0640 ON FEB 27,0507-0657 ON MAR 01
E) A TEMPORARY RESTRICTED AREA ESTABLISHED BOUNDED
BY:N394500E1053600-N393000E1053600-N391500E1031800-N393000E1024500-
N394400E1000900-N405800E1000800-N405800E1023000-N400200E1035600
BACK TO START.
ALL ACFT SHALL BE FORBIDDEN TO FLY INTO THE RESTRICTED AREA.
VERTICAL LIMITS:GND-UNL
F) GND G) UNL
What does this NOTAM?

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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #2371 on: 02/22/2022 06:03 am »
What does this NOTAM?
Same as previous -- some missile(s) to be launched from Jilantai to the west.
This message reflects my personal opinion based on open sources of information.

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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #2372 on: 02/23/2022 07:12 am »
抗衡星链计划?香港航天科技计划编成“金紫荆星座”
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Anti-star chain plan? Hong Kong Aerospace Science and Technology Plan is composed of "Jinzhijing Constellation"

To be a "Jinzijing Constellation", it is planned to launch 25 satellites 2022 this year to transmit more satellites will provide more space data and increase the speed of receiving space data.

"Jinzijing Constellation" is the first star chain plan of Hong Kong Aerospace Industry, and the whole project has launched 112 satellites.
The Jinzijing serials will be launched 25 sats in 2022.

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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #2373 on: 02/23/2022 07:50 am »
2022西昌发射场第1发要来了!大雪纷飞中1发火箭准备中!
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2022 Xichang launch site 1st hair! The snow is flying in 1 rocket preparation!

On February 22, 202, Xichang launch site in Liangshanzhou, Sichuan ushered in a Rui Xue, launching space for silver loading! At the same time, 1 is ready to prepare.

From March 4th to 6th, the Xichang Launch Field, who is quiet for more than 2 months, will welcome 1 rocket to empty.

The launch will be the first launch of the Xichang launch site in 2022, which will also be the second launch of the Xichang Satellite Launch Center this year, let us wait and see, see you half a month!
There will be a launching in March 5, it will be CZ-3B from last image, but I guess it might CZ-2C, let us see.

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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #2375 on: 02/25/2022 02:03 pm »

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A few days ago, the Long March 2 F Yao 15 carrier rocket completed the final assembly check and officially entered the test stage. to leave the factory in April and will implement Shenzhou 15. manned spacecraft launch mission.


In December last year, the Chang 2 F Yao 15 rocket entered the final assembly stage.


In the final assembly process, the final assembly team strictly implements the final assembly operation integration documents to ensure that each operation is performed correctly at the first time, the final assembly work is successfully completed, and the rocket successfully passes the final assembly review. .


In the follow-up, the test team will make every step practical and meticulous to ensure that the rocket passes the checkout and leaves the factory in the best condition.
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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #2376 on: 02/26/2022 02:51 pm »
https://twitter.com/CNSpaceflight/status/1497596357938343936

EDIT: according to the picture also the fifth launch is scheduled for the first half of 2023, not the second as the tweet says.
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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #2377 on: 03/01/2022 05:35 pm »
China launches in 2022 (times in UTC)

01 - January 17 (02:35:xx.xxx) - CZ-2D (Y70) - TSLC, LC9
                    Shiyan-13 (试验十三号卫星)
                    51102 2022-004A
02 - January 25 (23:44:xx.xxx) - CZ-4C (Y29) - JSLC, LC43/94
                    Ludi Tance-1 01A (陆地探测一号01组A星)
                    51284 2022-007A
03 - February 26 (23:44:xx.xxx) - CZ-4C (Y30) - JSLC, LC43/94
                    Ludi Tance-1 01B (陆地探测一号01组b星)
                    51822 2022-018A
04 - February 27 (03:06:28.xxx) - CZ-8/720H (Y2) - WSLC, LC201
                    Hainan-1 (1) (海南一号 1)
                    Hainan-1 (2) (海南一号 2)
                    Wenchang-1 01 'Weina Xingkong 03' (文昌一号01星 '微纳星空03')
                    Wenchang-1 02 'Weina Xingkong 04' (文昌一号02星 '微纳星空04')
                    Dayun/Xingshidai-17 'Weina Xingkong 05' (大运号/星时代17 '微纳星空05')
                    Chaohu-1 (巢湖一号) (Tianxian batch 1)
                    Qimingxing-1 (启明星一号)
                    Taijing-3 01 (泰景三号01星)
                    Taijing-4 01 (泰景四号01星)
                    Xidian-1 (西电一号)
                    Chuangxing Leishen (创星雷神号)
                    Tianqi-19 'Yanan-1/Pingan-2' (天启星座19 (延安号/平安2号))
                    Jilin-1 Maofeng-02A 01 'Xiamen Keji-1' (吉林一号MF02A01 '厦门科技一号')
                    Jilin-1 Gaofen-03D 10 (吉林一号高分03D10)
                    Jilin-1 Gaofen-03D 11 (吉林一号高分03D11)
                    Jilin-1 Gaofen-03D 12 (吉林一号高分03D12)
                    Jilin-1 Gaofen-03D 13 (吉林一号高分03D13)
                    Jilin-1 Gaofen-03D 14 (吉林一号高分03D14)
                    Jilin-1 Gaofen-03D 15 'Shaoguan-1' (吉林一号高分03D15 '韶关一号')
                    Jilin-1 Gaofen-03D 16 'Wenchang Chaosuan-2' (吉林一号高分03D16 '文昌超算二号')
                    Jilin-1 Gaofen-03D 17 'Wenchang Chaosuan-3' (吉林一号高分03D17 '文昌超算三号')
                    Jilin-1 Gaofen-03D 18 'Anxi Teiguanyin 1' (吉林一号高分03D18)
05 - March 5 (06:01:xx.xxx) - CZ-2C (Y62) - XSLC, LC3
                    Yinhe-2 01 'Nantong-1'(银河航天02批01 '南通一号')
                    51946 2022-023A
                    Yinhe-2 02 'Yituhao Xingyuan'(银河航天02批02 '一土号星愿')
                    51947 2022-023B
                    Yinhe-2 03 'Xuancheng-1'(银河航天02批03 '宣城一号')
                    51948 2022-023C
                    Yinhe-2 04 'Beiyou Yinhe'(银河航天02批04 '北邮-银河号')
                    51949 2022-023D
                    Yinhe-2 05 (银河航天02批05)
                    51950 2022-023E
                    Yinhe-2 06 (银河航天02批06)
                    51951 2022-023F
                    Xuanming Xingyuan (暄铭星愿)
                    51952 2022-023G

06 -

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March 17 (~07:00) - ?? - JSLC
                    ??

March 25-30 (~06:00) - ?? - JSLC
                    ??

March - Lijian-1 (Zhongke-1A) - JSLC
                    Zhuhai-1 1
                    Zhuhai-1 2
                    Zhuhai-1 3
                    Zhuhai-1 4
                    Zhuhai-1 5
                    Zhuhai-1 6
March (?) - CZ-6A - TSLC
                    ??
March (?) - Gushenxing-1 (Y3) - JSLC, LC43/95
                    Taijing-1 01
                    Taijing-1 02 (Xingshidai-12)
First quarter - ZQ-2 - JSLC, LC43/95 (?)
                    ??
First quarter - CZ-11H (Y3) - SL
                    Jilin-1 Gaofen-04A
                    Jilin-1 Gaofen-03D 04-09
April - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/94
                    SJ-19 Shijian-19 (New Generation Recoverable Satellite)
May 10 - CZ-7 (Y5) - WSLC, LC201
                    Tianzhou-4
May 14 (?) - CZ-2F/G (Y14) - JSLC, LC43/91
                    Shenzhou-14
Spring - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/94
                    Advanced Space-borne Solar Observatory (ASO-S)
June 6 (?) - CZ-5B (Y3) - WSLC, LC101
                    Wentian Space Station Laboratory
NET June - ?? - ??
                    Beiyou-1
First half - CZ-2D - ??
                    12 sats
July - ?? - ??
                    Jinzhijing-3
                    Jinzhijing-4
July - CZ-6 - TSLC, LC-16
                    Qilu-2
                    Qilu-3
                    ??
                    ??
August - Jielong-3 (Y1) - Ocean Launch
                    ??
August/September - CZ-5B (Y4) - WSLC, LC101
                    Mengtian Space Station Laboratory
October 31 (?) - CZ-7 (Y6) - WSLC, LC201
                    Tianzhou-5
October - CZ-2C - XSLC
                    APStar-6E
November 17 (?) - CZ-2F/G (Y15) - JSLC, LC43/91
                    Shenzhou-15
November - Jielong-3 (Y2) -??
                    ??

December - CZ-2D (?) - JSLC, LC43/94 (?)
                    MisrSat-2
December - ?? - ??
                    Macao Science 1
December - Jielong-3 (Y3) -??
                    ??

End - XSLC - CZ-2C (?)
                    Einstein Probe
?? - CZ-2F/T4 - JSLC, LC43/91
                    CSSHQ (F2)
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/94
                    Daqi-1 (Atmospheric Environment Monitoring Satellite)
?? - CZ-4C - JSLC, LC43/94
                    Gaofen-3 (03)
?? - CZ-11 - JSLC
                    CAS-5A
                    CAS-5B
                    CAS-7A
                    CAS-7C
?? - CZ-11 - JSLC
                    OVS-2
                    OHS-2s
                    OKW-2
                    TY-1(04)
?? - KZ-11 (Y2) - JSLC, LC43/95A
                    Xingyun-1 (01)
                    Xingyun-1 (02)
?? - KZ-11 - JSLC
                   Jiama Shexian Bao Tance Weixing (Gamma ray burst micro satellite)
                   Tianiy-4 (Xiaoxiang-4)
                   Zhongwei-1
                   Xianrikui-1A
                   Xianrikui-1B
?? - KZ-1A (Y17) - JSLC, LC43/95B
                   Hede-2C
                   Hede-2D
?? - KZ-1A - JSLC
                   Xingyun-2
                   Xingyun-2
?? - KZ-1A - JSLC
                   Xingyun-2
                   Xingyun-2
?? - KZ-1A - JSLC
                   Xingyun-2
                   Xingyun-2
?? - KZ-1A - JSLC
                   Xingyun-2
                   Xingyun-2
?? - KZ-1A - JSLC
                   Xingyun-2
                   Xingyun-2
?? - KZ-1A - JSLC
                   Xingyun-2
                   Xingyun-2
?? - Gushenxing-1 - JSLC, LC43/95
                   ??
?? - Gushenxing-1 - JSLC, LC43/95
                   ??
?? - Gushenxing-1 - JSLC, LC43/95
                   ??
?? - Gushenxing-1 - JSLC, LC43/95
                   ??
?? - SQX-2 - JSLC (?)
                   ??
?? - Jielong-1 - JSLC
                   HN-03
                   HN-04
?? - Jielong-1 (Y2) - JSLC, LC42/95B
                   Yizheng-2 (0.9m resolution multi-spectral satellite)
                   Yizheng-3 (0.9m resolution multi-spectral satellite)
?? - ?? - JSLC
                   Jilin-1 Maofeng-01A*

?? - CZ-2C - XSLC, LC3
                   Yaogan-30 Group-11 (?)
                   Tianqi-?
?? - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC
                   TECHO-1 (Qingwang-1)
?? - CZ-3B/G3 - XSLC, LC2
                   GEOSAR (Tianhui-3)
?? - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC
                   Zhongxing-6D
?? - CZ-3B/G? (Y75) - XSLC
                   Tianji Guganwang Gaogui Weixing A
                   Tianji Guganwang Gaogui Weixing B
?? - CZ-3B/G3 - XSLC
                   Fengyun-4C
?? - CZ-3B/YZ-1 - XSLC
                   Beidou-3 MEO-25
                   Beidou-3 MEO-26
?? - CZ-3B/YZ-1 - XSLC
                   Beidou-3 MEO-27
                   Beidou-3 MEO-28
?? - CZ-3B/YZ-1 - XSLC
                   Beidou-3 MEO-29
                   Beidou-3 MEO-30
?? - CZ-4B - XSLC
                   ??
?? - CZ-11 (Y10) - XSLC
                   ??
?? - CZ-6 - TSLC, LC16
                   Haiyang-3A
?? - CZ-6 - TSLC, LC16
                   Haiyang-3B
?? - CZ-4C - TSLC, LC9
                   Fengyun-3F
?? - CZ-11A - ??
                   ??
?? - KZ-1A - ??
                   Hainan-1 (4)
?? - KZ-1A - ??
                   Hainan-1 (5)
?? - KZ-1A - ??
                   Hainan-1 (6)
?? - ?? - ??
                   Sansha-1 (1)
?? - ?? - ??
                   Sansha-1 (2)
?? - ?? - ??
                   Sanya-1 (1)
?? - ?? - ??
                   Sanya-1 (2)

2023

Middle of the year - CZ-2C - XSLC
                   SVOM (Space-based multi-band ast. Variable Objects Monitor)
First half - Jielong-3 (Y4) -??
                    ??

NLT August - CZ-2C - XSLC
                   APStar-6E
Second half - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC
                   Xingkong-1 (Jianyang-1)
Second half - Jielong-3 (Y5) -??
                    ??

?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/94
                   Zhangheng-2 (CSES-2)
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101
                   Mars Lander and Rover
?? - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC
                   Palapa-N1R
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9
                   Haiyang-2E
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9
                   Haiyang-2H
?? - CZ-4C - TSLC, LC9
                   Fengyun-3G (Fengyun-3RM-1)
?? - CZ-6 (?) - TSLC, LC-16 (?)
                    Qilu-5
                    Qilu-6

?? - ?? - ??
                   Fengyun-3RM2
?? - ?? - ??
                   El Guaicaipuro (Venezuela)

2024

?? - CZ-3B - XSLC
                   Zhenghe (Near-Earth Asteroid Multi-Target Detection)
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9
                   Haiyang-2F
?? - CZ-6 - TSLC, LC16
                   Haiyang-3C
?? - CZ-4C - TSLC
                   Fengyun-3H
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101
                   Sun Fixed Point Observation
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101
                   Venus Exploration Orbiter
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101
                   Chang'e-6 (Sample return)
?? - ?? - ??
                   Fengyun-4 MW (Microwave sounder prototype)

2025

?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9
                   Haiyang-2G
?? - CZ-6 - TSLC, LC16
                   Haiyang-3D
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101
                   Xuntian China Space Station Telescope
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101
                   Main-Belt Asteroid (Ceres) Sample Return
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101
                   South Pole Landing & Cruise
NET - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101
                   Chang'e-7
?? - ?? - ??
                   enhanced X-ray Timing and Polarimetry mission(eXTP)

2026

?? - ?? - ??
                   Fengyun-5A

2027

?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101
                   Solar Polar Orbit Observer
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101
                   North Pole Landing & isru
?? - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC
                   Fengyun-4D
?? - ?? - ??
                   Fengyun-5B

2028

?? - ?? - ??
                   Fengyun-4E
?? - ?? - ??
                   Fengyun-5C
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101
                   Jupiter Orbiter
?? - CZ-9 - WSLC
                   ??

2030

?? - ?? - ??
                   Fengyun-4F
?? - ?? - ??
                   Fengyun-5D

2033

?? - ?? - ??
                   Fengyun-4G

2035

?? - ?? - ??
                   Fengyun-5D
?? - ?? - ??
                   Fengyun-6A

Undefined

?? - ?? - TSLC - CBERS-5
?? - ?? - TSLC - CBERS-6
?? - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC - CongoSat-1
?? - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC - LSTSAT-1 (was Nicasat-1)
?? - ?? - ?? - Water Cycle Observation Mission (WCOM)
?? - ?? - ?? - Magnetosphere-Ionosphere/Thermosphere Coupling Exploration (MIT)
?? - ?? - ?? - Huaizong-1
?? - ?? - ?? - Taihu-1
?? - ?? - ?? - Luojia-1 (02)
?? - ?? - ?? - Jinggong-1 (CubeSat-6U)
?? - ?? - ?? - Dagong Weixing (CubeSat-12U)

Statistics:

Orbital launches from Chinese launch centers: 448
Jiuquan - 160
Xichang - 168
Taiyuan - 102
Wenchang - 16
Yellow Sea - 2

March 1
March 3
March 6
March 8
March 12
March 13
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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #2378 on: 03/02/2022 12:55 am »
北邮天算星座第二颗先导试验星成功发射
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The second pilot test star of Beiyou Tiansuan constellation was successfully launched

At 11:06 on February 27, 2022, my country used the Long March 8 carrier rocket at the Wenchang launch site to successfully launch a total of 22 satellites including the "Chuangxing Thor" satellite in the "1 arrow 22 satellite" method.

"Chuangxing Thor", as the second pilot test star of Beijing Post's "Tian Su Constellation", is mainly based on the satellite-ground fusion distributed network verification platform developed by Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Huawei Cloud and Peking University.

The chief scientist of Tiansuan Constellation, Professor Wang Shangguang from the School of Computer Science of Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, introduced that the satellite-to-ground link QUIC protocol on-orbit verification mission to be carried out by Chuangxing Thor will be the first in the world, mainly to support large-scale space Internet applications in the future. Carry out the on-orbit test verification of the QUIC protocol of the satellite-to-ground link, and explore and solve the problems of long delay, high bit error rate, and high asymmetry of the satellite-to-ground link.

In addition, the satellite will also carry out on-orbit deployment of KubeEdge-based No. 2 edge computing smart base, No. 2 node deployment of on-board data networking, on-board 6G core network element functions based on knowledge graphs, and on-board lightweight 5G Core network V3 and other on-orbit test verification. Among them, the No. 2 edge computing intelligent base based on KubeEdge will realize satellite-ground distributed networking with the first pilot Xingbaoyun launched in December last year. It can jointly complete the deployment, control and coordination of application scenarios such as satellite-to-ground perception computing, remote sensing reasoning, and service computing.

The network element function of the on-board 6G core network based on the knowledge graph will carry out the research on service path planning and traffic distribution technology under the integrated network architecture of space and earth; the on-board lightweight 5G core network V3 (version 3) enhances the understanding of on-board services. Support, and carry out the deep integration of on-board business and core network.

"Tian Su Constellation" was jointly initiated by Shenzhen Research Institute of Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications and Tianyi Research Institute. It aims to serve the country's major strategic needs and international scientific and technological frontier exploration. Using an integrated aerospace computing on-orbit test open source platform to provide technical support for promoting the development of my country's 6G network and satellite Internet.

The first phase of Tiansuan constellation has a total of 6 satellites, including 2 main stars, 2 auxiliary stars and 2 marginal stars. Among them, the first pilot satellite "Baowen" has been successfully launched in December 2021, and the main star "Beijing No. 1" "It is planned to launch in July this year, and the first phase of the constellation will complete the network construction in 2023.
The Baoyun is 1st of Tiansuan Xingzuo, and the Chuangxinleishen is the 2nd of Tiansuan Xingzuo, then 3rd Beiyou-1 is plan to be launched in July 2022, I guess it might be with other 5 sats as below by CZ-2D :
Jinzijing-3
Jinzijing-4
Luojia-3 01
Qilu-2
Qilu-3
« Last Edit: 03/02/2022 02:28 am by mikezang »

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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #2379 on: 03/02/2022 04:56 am »
长征八号火箭发射!酷狗音乐实现原创音乐人“星辰大海”般的梦想
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Long March 8 rocket launch! Kugou Music realizes the dream of the original musician "The Sea of Stars"

Today, the singing of ordinary people can also be heard in space!

At 11:6 on February 27, 2022, the Long March 8 Yao-2 carrier rocket was successfully launched at China's Wenchang Space Launch Site, and successfully sent 22 satellites into the predetermined orbit in the "1 arrow 22 satellite" method, officially launching my country New Shared Rocket "Carpool" mode. Among these "22 satellites", the Taijing-4 01 satellite is particularly attractive.

It successfully carried the audio files created by musicians in the original music collection event "Our Singing in Space" hosted by Kugou Music. Next, these "songs" will continue to fly in the vast space more than 5 million kilometers away from the earth, resounding throughout the universe.
The Taijing-4 is 01 sat.

 

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