Author Topic: Gaofen-7 - CZ-4B - Taiyuan - November 3, 2019 (03:22 UTC)  (Read 18519 times)

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Re: Gaofen-7 - CZ-4B - Taiyuan - November 3, 2019 (03:22 UTC)
« Reply #60 on: 03/13/2020 04:20 pm »
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Re: Gaofen-7 - CZ-4B - Taiyuan - November 3, 2019 (03:22 UTC)
« Reply #61 on: 08/21/2020 12:28 pm »
From Xinhua,

China's Gaofen-7 satellite put into service.

The China National Space Administration announced Thursday that the Gaofen-7 Earth observation satellite has been put into service, representing significant progress for the country's surveying and mapping capabilities.

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Re: Gaofen-7 - CZ-4B - Taiyuan - November 3, 2019 (03:22 UTC)
« Reply #62 on: 08/21/2020 05:51 pm »
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Re: Gaofen-7 - CZ-4B - Taiyuan - November 3, 2019 (03:22 UTC)
« Reply #63 on: 08/24/2020 05:59 pm »
From Xinhua,
Where is this?
The City of Huludao.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huludao


It's also where all of China's nuclear submarine are built by the way.

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Re: Gaofen-7 - CZ-4B - Taiyuan - November 3, 2019 (03:22 UTC)
« Reply #64 on: 10/30/2020 09:30 am »
the latest issue of the journal Chinese Space Science & Technology (Volume 40 Issue 5) has a few papers (in Chinese) on GF-7, its overall design and its orbit design
http://zgkj.cast.cn/EN/1000-758X/home.shtml

 

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