Author Topic: Haiyang-3 01 - CZ-2C/YZ-1S - Jiuquan - November 16, 2023 (03:55 UTC)  (Read 4307 times)

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Re: ? - CZ-2C - Jiuquan - November 16, 2023 (~04:00 UTC)
« Reply #2 on: 11/13/2023 08:11 am »
Seems to be CZ-2C/YZ-1S.
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Re: ? - CZ-2C - Jiuquan - November 16, 2023 (~04:00 UTC)
« Reply #3 on: 11/13/2023 09:35 am »
Seems to be CZ-2C/YZ-1S.
The payloads might be Yaogan-32 03A/B (遥感三十二号03A/B星) or Jishu Ceshi A/B (技术试验卫星A/B).

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Seems to be CZ-2C/YZ-1S.
The payloads might be Yaogan-32 03A/B (遥感三十二号03A/B星) or Jishu Ceshi A/B (技术试验卫星A/B).
Yaogan 32 Group 01 used another zone in Indian ocean.
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Launched?

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Successful!

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新一代!发射成功
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A new generation! Launch successful

At 11:55 on November 16, my country successfully launched the new generation of ocean water color observation satellite Haiyang-301 from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center using a launch vehicle composed of the Long March 2C basic stage and the Yuanzheng 1S upper stage. The satellite's indicators have reached the advanced level of international water color remote sensing satellites, can meet the main business needs of my country's marine environment monitoring, and can serve major national strategic needs such as ecological civilization construction, smart ocean engineering construction, and the "One Belt, One Road" initiative.
The payload is Haiyang-3 01 (海洋三号01星)
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Chinese news articles claim that HY-3-01 is the "world's 1st water color measurements satellite that targets multiple types of water bodies (presumably oceans, lakes, rivers etc.)", although how does this differ from similar ocean observation satellites of the world is not clear.

I don't think details of the list of instruments on board the HY-3 series is known (or if it does, it's buried in academic papers under a different programme name).

https://twitter.com/Cosmic_Penguin/status/1725019871807979538

https://twitter.com/Cosmic_Penguin/status/1725023026537025789

https://twitter.com/Cosmic_Penguin/status/1725030316463763741
« Last Edit: 11/16/2023 04:58 am by Galactic Penguin SST »
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ORIGINATOR    "18 SPCS"
OBJECT_ID    "2023-176A"
EPOCH    "2023-11-16T10:08:34.450944"
INCLINATION    "98.5966"
RA_OF_ASC_NODE    "28.1514"
ARG_OF_PERICENTER    "302.1201"
NORAD_CAT_ID    "58349"
PERIOD    "93.639"
APOAPSIS    "782.327"
PERIAPSIS    "122.746"

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More like the payload:
ORIGINATOR    "18 SPCS"
OBJECT_ID    "2023-176B"
EPOCH    "2023-11-16T14:07:37.051392"
INCLINATION    "98.6477"
RA_OF_ASC_NODE    "28.1595"
ARG_OF_PERICENTER    "305.5623"
NORAD_CAT_ID    "58350"
PERIOD    "100.414"
APOAPSIS    "788.063"
PERIAPSIS    "768.341"

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CelesTrak has GP data for 2 objects from the launch (2023-176) of Haiyang 3-01 atop a Long March-2C rocket from Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center on Nov 16 at 0355 UTC: https://english.news.cn/20231116/ab6b790ef45a4b38abf37b08d2f9ac3e/c.html.

https://twitter.com/TSKelso/status/1725199273376301393

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Chinese Wikipedia writes
CZ 2C Y54 / YZ-1S Y6

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The number is Y56/Y9.

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Interesting note at https://space.oscar.wmo.int/satellites/view/hy_3a

On "Details on Status (as available)" it is said that "Note that HY-3A was announced to be launched on 16 Nov 23, but it was in fact HY-1E."

Interestingly, HY-3A/B/C are indicated to be launched in 2024 and HY-3D in 2025.

Also, at https://space.oscar.wmo.int/satellites/view/hy_1e

It is said that HY-1E was launched on November 16 and "5th flight unit of the HY-1 programme also referred to as HY-3A by CNSA."

But, CNSA calls it HY-3A... https://www.cnsa.gov.cn/english/n6465652/n6465653/c10417960/content.html

"The HY-3A satellite was launched atop a Long March 2C carrier rocket at 11:55 am from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in Northwest China. The satellite successfully reached its preset orbit shortly after liftoff."
« Last Edit: 11/24/2023 03:35 pm by Satori »

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