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Offline luhai167

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Re: OneSpace Corporation
« Reply #60 on: 03/04/2019 07:09 am »
keep in mind that the State Administration for Science, Technology and Industry for National Defense (SASTIND) founded and owns OneSpace Corporation which is a State Owned "Private" Enterprise. SASTIND ultimately established OSC to compete with the subsidiaries of SAST, CAST, CALT and others.

Sure about public ownership? I found only sources that mention public subsidies, and that there have been several private financing series.
Indeed, and their angle investor (Chunxiao Investment fund) that helped to start the company was actually arrested last year for fraud amount to 750 million RMB in their P2P lending companies. Hardly the face of state backed capital....

FYI there was an implosion of P2P lending scene (think Lending Tree, for state side equivalent) in 2017 when many of those companies turned out to glorified pyramid scheme.
« Last Edit: 03/04/2019 07:17 am by luhai167 »

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Re: OneSpace Corporation
« Reply #61 on: 03/04/2019 10:55 pm »
Does anyone know what fuel is used on the OS-M fourth stage? I only found this article which calls the OS-M a "solid-propellant" rocket. However, similar four-stage rockets like the Hyperbola-1 and the Inidan SSLV have a hydrazine-fueled fourth stage, which has the purpose of fine-adjusting the orbit.
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Re: OneSpace Corporation
« Reply #62 on: 03/05/2019 08:33 pm »
Does anyone know what fuel is used on the OS-M fourth stage? I only found this article which calls the OS-M a "solid-propellant" rocket. However, similar four-stage rockets like the Hyperbola-1 and the Inidan SSLV have a hydrazine-fueled fourth stage, which has the purpose of fine-adjusting the orbit.
I recall a presentation saying it's was a bipropellant stage so a guess would be NTO/UDMH like the rest of the country's upper stages.

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Re: OneSpace Corporation
« Reply #63 on: 05/10/2019 11:36 am »

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Re: OneSpace Corporation
« Reply #64 on: 07/11/2022 05:19 pm »
OS-M is gone from the OneSpace website. Instead there is now the larger L (Linglong) series, L1 and L2.

http://www.onespacechina.com/productDetailL

Can someone translate this to English (the rocket description on the two images)?

OS-M was the second private Chinese rocket, launched just once in 2019 and failed. OneSpace then went bankrupt, found new investors and today is a vertically integrated space company. Some OneSpace news published today (in Chinese):

https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/eoazr0822b_aRpeZU6Tfag
« Last Edit: 07/11/2022 07:14 pm by PM3 »
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Re: OneSpace Corporation
« Reply #65 on: 07/12/2022 05:32 am »
Here is an OCR and Bing translation.

L1 series solid launch vehicles

Linglong-1 series solid human launch vehicles

The Linglong series carries the independent research and development of the Fire Jane Zero One Space, mainly including Linglong No. 1 S, Linglong No. 1 A, Linglong No. 1 B, Linglong No. 1 C and Youlinglong NO. 2 two series of solid and liquid rockets. Among them, Linglong No. 1 A is the basic type of Long-1 series solid carrier fire jane, which adopts a tandem layout of three-stage solid human body + terminal liquid, and has a carrying capacity of 300kg in a 700km sun-synchronous orbit.

L2 series liquid launch vehicles

Linglong II eats liquid before carrying the fire

Linglong ER Written Liquid Carrier Fire Jane is a three-stage liquid rocket, mainly used to launch a geosynchronous point shift orbit heavy satellite, with a capacity of 3 to 5 t.
« Last Edit: 07/12/2022 05:33 am by Steven Pietrobon »
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Re: OneSpace Corporation
« Reply #66 on: 07/29/2022 02:06 pm »
OneSpace (零壹空间) recently did a hot fire test of HM180 solid motor.

Q: Is its launch business still alive?

https://twitter.com/CNSpaceflight/status/1553015427860639744

 

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