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Chinese Launch Schedule - Discussion
« on: 09/17/2023 06:04 am »
This is a discussion thread for the main Chinese Launch Schedule thread.

As well as launch manifest discussion, gives a place to post things related to multiple launches. For example this new NSF article summarising recent Chinese launches:

https://twitter.com/124970mev/status/1703163102253199648

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Amongst all of the launch action in the US, China has been very busy! Learn more about its previous five launches, including one from the Yellow Sea.

@BCCarCounters gives the details for @NASASpaceflight

https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2023/09/china-roundup-sept-2023/

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Re: Chinese Launch Schedule - Discussion
« Reply #1 on: 10/16/2023 03:00 pm »
Is there any news regarding the launch of the Sansha-1 (1), Sansha-1 (2) and Sanya-1 (1) and Sanya-1 (2) satellites?

Also, from the schedule, what can be updated (or deleted) with info that you guys have available?

Thank you!

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Re: Chinese Launch Schedule - Discussion
« Reply #2 on: 10/17/2023 05:00 pm »
I don't want to spread rumors, but Chinese Wikipedia announces the next Yaogan-39 launch for Oct 24.
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Re: Chinese Launch Schedule - Discussion
« Reply #3 on: 10/17/2023 05:15 pm »
I don't want to spread rumors, but Chinese Wikipedia announces the next Yaogan-39 launch for Oct 24.

Let's see if any NOTAM pop's up...

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Re: Chinese Launch Schedule - Discussion
« Reply #4 on: 10/17/2023 05:33 pm »
I don't want to spread rumors, but Chinese Wikipedia announces the next Yaogan-39 launch for Oct 24.
Does the Chinese Wikipedia require references like the English Wikipedia? Does this Wikipedia entry have a reference (sadly, "required" does not means it's really there). I'm forced to ask because I cannot read Chinese.

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Re: Chinese Launch Schedule - Discussion
« Reply #5 on: 10/17/2023 05:48 pm »
I don't want to spread rumors, but Chinese Wikipedia announces the next Yaogan-39 launch for Oct 24.
Does this Wikipedia entry have a reference (sadly, "required" does not means it's really there).

It does not, that's why I think it's speculation.

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