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Re: Chinese sub-orbital launches
« Reply #360 on: 06/17/2022 01:18 pm »
A first stage drop area + a second orbit entry zone?
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Re: Chinese sub-orbital launches
« Reply #361 on: 06/18/2022 06:33 am »
This should be CZ-6R!

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Re: Chinese sub-orbital launches
« Reply #362 on: 06/18/2022 07:16 am »
This should be CZ-6R!

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Re: Chinese sub-orbital launches
« Reply #363 on: 06/18/2022 08:21 am »
This should be CZ-6R!

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Re: Chinese sub-orbital launches
« Reply #364 on: 06/18/2022 10:40 am »
well,we do not see anything about 6x will launch in this week
i think if 6x launch in the end of 2023,that is too fast

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Re: Chinese sub-orbital launches
« Reply #365 on: 06/18/2022 11:07 am »
well,we do not see anything about 6x will launch in this week
i think if 6x launch in the end of 2023,that is too fast
Can you explain the zone of A1447/22 ? I can't imaging anything, or maybe it is a missile?
« Last Edit: 06/18/2022 11:09 am by mikezang »

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Re: Chinese sub-orbital launches
« Reply #366 on: 06/18/2022 11:34 am »
well,we do not see anything about 6x will launch in this week
i think if 6x launch in the end of 2023,that is too fast
Can you explain the zone of A1447/22 ? I can't imaging anything, or maybe it is a missile?

well  i do not what is this,but i have read news about 6x before,it is nealy impossible to see 6x launch in this month
maybe rocket , maybe something else

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Re: Chinese sub-orbital launches
« Reply #368 on: 07/05/2022 06:00 pm »
Well, that looks interesting.

https://weibo.com/6142289604/LAQzmhMca
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2022年7月4日,由西北工业大学航天学院空天组合动力创新团队牵头研制的飞天一号火箭冲压组合动力在西北某基地成功发射。本次发射是国际首次验证煤油燃料火箭冲压组合循环发动机火箭/亚燃、亚燃、超燃、火箭/超燃的多模态平稳过渡和宽域综合能力,突破了热力喉道调节、超宽包线高效燃烧组织等关键技术,飞行试验圆满成功。
On July 4, 2022, the "Feitian-1" rocket ramjet combined power led by the Aerospace Combined Power Innovation Team of the School of Aeronautics and Astronautics of Northwestern Polytechnical University was successfully launched at a base in Northwest China. This launch is the first international verification of the multi-modal smooth transition and wide-area comprehensive capabilities of kerosene fuel rocket-ramjet combined cycle engine rocket/sub-combustion, sub-combustion, scrambling, rocket/super-combustion. Breakthroughs have been made in key technologies such as thermal throat regulation, ultra-wide envelope and high-efficiency combustion structure, and the flight test was a complete success
« Last Edit: 07/05/2022 06:02 pm by Liss »
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Re: Chinese sub-orbital launches
« Reply #369 on: 07/06/2022 05:30 am »
From Northwestern Polytechnical University's Weixin page.
https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/SdHuT-27dk7D1V-NVcJkkQ


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