Author Topic: 6 payloads - Lijian-1 (ZK-1A) - Jiuquan - July 27, 2022 (04:12 UTC)  (Read 29889 times)

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厉害了!以广州这所学校命名的卫星将择机发射
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incredible! The satellite named after the school in Guangzhou will be launched at an opportune time

According to Lu Yizhang, President of Huawan Huayuan, Huawan Huayuan will cooperate with Guangzhou Nanyue Aerospace Science and Technology Innovation Research Institute to jointly promote the launch of the first satellite of "Huawan Nanyue Science Star". Launch on the next day. At that time, 50 representatives of teachers and students from the school will go to the scene to witness the moment of the launch of the satellite.
「择日发射」is translated 「Launch on the next day」, this is miss translation, the right might be 「Launch on selected day」.

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“华万●南粤科学星”出征仪式在广州举行,助力航空航天科技教育创新章
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The expedition ceremony of "Huawan Nanyue Science Star" was held in Guangzhou to help the innovation chapter of aerospace science and technology education

The launching ceremony of the country's first "Huawan Nanyue Science Star" satellite named after Nanyue was held on the spot. Academicians, experts, leading guests and participants all witnessed this important moment. The launch of "Huawan Nanyue Science Star" is of great significance for promoting innovation in aerospace science and technology education for young people. Once the satellite is launched into orbit and put into use, it will contribute to science popularization for youth aerospace science and technology education innovation, and at the same time promote the rapid development of aerospace science and technology education.

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The test team is obviously on the No.130 launch area. Very likely the ZK-1A is used to launch the satellites.

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The test team is obviously on the No.130 launch area. Very likely the ZK-1A is used to launch the satellites.
It might be Lijian-1.

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The test team is obviously on the No.130 launch area. Very likely the ZK-1A is used to launch the satellites.
It might be Lijian-1.
Yes! Should the thread be merged with this one https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=55549.0?

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“资本招商”引企入粤,按下快进键!千亿级航天航空产业链落地广州
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"Capital investment" to introduce enterprises to Guangdong, press the fast-forward button! The 100 billion aerospace industry chain landed in Guangzhou

The first solid launch vehicle "Lijian-1" (ZK-1A), jointly developed by the Institute of Mechanics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Beijing Zhongke Aerospace Exploration Technology Co., Ltd., will carry out the "one arrow and six satellites" launch mission at the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center.
The payloads might Zhuhai-1 Group-04 01-04, Kongjian Xinjishu Shiyan and Chuangxin-15.
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刘桂菊所长慰问“力箭一号”和“天行一号”试验队
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Director Liu Guiju condolences to the "Lijian-1" and "Tianxing-1" test teams

From May 31st to June 5th, Liu Guiju, Director of the Institute of Mechanics and Secretary of the Party Committee, led a team to the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center to express condolences to the "Lijian-1" and "Tianxing-1" test teams, accompanied by Deputy Director Wei Bingchen.

The "Lijian-1" carrier rocket and the "Tianxing-1" scientific experiment satellite are the major tasks of our institute during the "14th Five-Year Plan" period, and are undertaken by the Institute of Mechanics. Liu Guiju and his entourage inspected the progress of the two tasks at the test plant site, and learned in detail about the construction and use of the "Lijian-1" launch station.
The launch might be June 21.
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The launch might be June 21.

What's your source for the 21 June date?
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The launch might be June 21.

What's your source for the 21 June date?
Just guess base on information as below:
1. 130 launch pad was built
2. The news above just better timing
3. NOTAM drop zone in June 21 was never saw

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Chinese Wikipedia supposes Zhongke-1A with multiple satellites.
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Lijian-1 is stand by.

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Chinese Wikipedia supposes Zhongke-1A with multiple satellites.

According to the same source, it was delayed to the 21st.

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I have seen, from at least one insider, regarding the satellite photos of ZK-1A taken earlier this month that it "isn't launching that soon". That person had a pretty well track record.

The June 21-26 zone is still active so maybe it's something else (likely SRB based launcher like CZ-11/KZ-1A/Ceres-1 as there's evidence of another Jiuquan launch June 25 that fits with a CZ-4 series launch).
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Maiden flight of ZK-1A will launch 6 satellites, 2 are confirmed:

SATech-01
Tianxing-1
the remaining 4 are likely:
Chuangxin-15 (CX-15)
GNSS Atmospheric Satellite
2 Electromagnetism Satellite

https://twitter.com/CNSpaceflight/status/1539388147691245568

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Maiden flight of ZK-1A will launch 6 satellites, 2 are confirmed:

SATech-01
Tianxing-1
the remaining 4 are likely:
Chuangxin-15 (CX-15)
GNSS Atmospheric Satellite
2 Electromagnetism Satellite

https://twitter.com/CNSpaceflight/status/1539388147691245568
The tweet from the given info is taken doesn't exist anymore. Moreover, the Tianxing-1 was just launched into orbit from a Kuaizhou-1A, so the Lijian-1 launch will carry five satellites, not six.

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Maiden flight of ZK-1A will launch 6 satellites, 2 are confirmed:

SATech-01
Tianxing-1
the remaining 4 are likely:
Chuangxin-15 (CX-15)
GNSS Atmospheric Satellite
2 Electromagnetism Satellite

https://twitter.com/CNSpaceflight/status/1539388147691245568
The tweet from the given info is taken doesn't exist anymore. Moreover, the Tianxing-1 was just launched into orbit from a Kuaizhou-1A, so the Lijian-1 launch will carry five satellites, not six.
I think only 4 sats, as SATech might be Tianxing-1:)

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Maiden flight of ZK-1A will launch 6 satellites, 2 are confirmed:

SATech-01
Tianxing-1
the remaining 4 are likely:
Chuangxin-15 (CX-15)
GNSS Atmospheric Satellite
2 Electromagnetism Satellite

https://twitter.com/CNSpaceflight/status/1539388147691245568
The tweet from the given info is taken doesn't exist anymore. Moreover, the Tianxing-1 was just launched into orbit from a Kuaizhou-1A, so the Lijian-1 launch will carry five satellites, not six.
I think only 4 sats, as SATech might be Tianxing-1:)
According to the Chinese launch schedule posted elsewhere, the Lijian-1 launch is scheduled for July and will only carry four satellites.

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Maiden flight of ZK-1A will launch 6 satellites, 2 are confirmed:

SATech-01
Tianxing-1
the remaining 4 are likely:
Chuangxin-15 (CX-15)
GNSS Atmospheric Satellite
2 Electromagnetism Satellite

https://twitter.com/CNSpaceflight/status/1539388147691245568
The tweet from the given info is taken doesn't exist anymore. Moreover, the Tianxing-1 was just launched into orbit from a Kuaizhou-1A, so the Lijian-1 launch will carry five satellites, not six.
I think only 4 sats, as SATech might be Tianxing-1:)
According to the Chinese launch schedule posted elsewhere, the Lijian-1 launch is scheduled for July and will only carry four satellites.
Only 4 have been semiconfirmed. Information with Chinese launches is subject to changes without notice. As such nothing can be ruled without a payload manufacturer or operator or government official clearly stating otherwise.

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At present, the Nanyue Science Star satellite has completed all the testing work in Jiuquan, and its performance indicators are normal, and it is on standby for launch. It is reported that Huawan Nanyue Science Star plans to launch the Lijian No. 1 (ZK-1A) at the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center with Beijing Zhongke Aerospace Technology Co., Ltd.'s first rocket.

The one of payloads is Huawan-Nanyue Kexue (华万·南粤科学).

 

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