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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #1940 on: 01/01/2020 05:52 pm »
China launches in 2020 (times in UTC)

01 - January 7 (15:20:14.977) - CZ-3B/G3 (Y62) - XSLC (07-112), LC2 - TJSW-5
02 -

China launch schedule


2020

January 15 (02:53) - CZ-2D (Y58) - TSLC, LC9 - Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, Sophie (—uSat-7), Marie (—uSat-8), Renmin-1 Tianqi-4
January 16 15 / 19 12 (~03:00) 11 (23:30) [/color] 9 - KZ-1A (Y9) - JSLC - Yinhe-1
February January - KZ-1A (Y6) - JSLC - Xingyun-2 01; Xingyun-2 02
Late February KZ-11 - JSLC - Jiama Shexian Bao Tance Weixing (Gamma ray burst detection micro satellite), Tianiy-4 (Xiaoxiang-4), Zhongwei-1, Xianrikui-1A, Xianrikui-1B, Yijian Duoxing
March February - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC - Beidou-3G2Q
March - CZ-7A - WSLC, LC201 - ??
April - CZ-5B - WSLC, LC101 - Test flight
May - ?? - WSLC, LC? - Taihu-1
June - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC - Beidou-3G3Q
First half - JL-1 - JSLC - HN-03, HN-04
Mid - ?? - ?? - Xidian-1
July 23 / August 8 - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101 - HX-1 Huoxing-1 (Mars mission)
July - CZ-6 - TSLC, LC16 - 13 Satellogic Sats
October - CZ-5B (Y1) - WSLC, LC201 - New generation manned spacecraft first flight
End - CZ-5 (Y5) - WSLC, LC101 - Chang'e-5 (Sample return)
End - ?? - ?? - Gravitational wave high-energy Electromagnetic Counterpart All-sky Monitor (GECAM)
End - ?? - JSLC - CAS-7A
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC - SJ-19 Shijian-19 (New Generation Recoverable Satellite)
?? - CZ-11 - JSLC - CAS-5A, CAS-5B and others
?? - CZ-11 - JSLC - OVS-2; OHS-2s; OKW-2; TY-1(04)
?? - CZ-11 - JSLC - Lingque (2 test sats)
?? - KZ-1A (or JL-1) - JSLC - Hainan-1 (1); Hainan-1 (2); Hainan-1 (3)
?? - KZ-1A - JSLC - ??
?? - KZ-1A - JSLC - ??
?? - KZ-1A - JSLC - ??
?? - KZ-1A - JSLC - ??
?? - KZ-11 - JSLC - (Two small comsats from Wuhan)
?? - KZ-11 - JSLC (?) - Xingyun-1 (01); Xingyun-1 (02)
?? - CZ-8 - WSLC, LC201 - ??
?? - CZ-2D - TSLC, LC9 - CAS-6 and others
?? - CZ-4C - TSLC - FY-3 Fengyun-3RM-1
?? - CZ-2C - XSLC - Yaogan Weixing-30 Group-06 'Chuangxin-5 (16/18)'
?? - CZ-3B - XSLC - FY-4B Fengyun-4B
?? - CZ-3B - XSLC - FY-4C Fengyun-4C
?? - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC - Palapa-N1 (Nusantara-2)
?? - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC - Apstar-6D
?? - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC - Jianyang-1
?? - CZ-2D - XSLC - ??
?? - CZ-11 - XSLC - ??

?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - HY-2C Haiyang-2C
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - HY-2D Haiyang-2D
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - HY-2D Haiyang-2E
?? - CZ-4C - TSLC - FY-3E Fengyun-3E
?? - CZ-2C - TSLC, LC9 - HY-1D Haiyang-1D
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - ZY-3 Ziyuan-3 (3)
?? - CZ-6 - TSLC, LC16 - Satellogic Sats
?? - CZ-6 - TSLC, LC16 - Satellogic Sats
?? - CZ-6 - TSLC, LC16 - Satellogic Sats
?? - CZ-6A - TSLC, LC16 - ??
?? - ?? -?? - ZK-01, ZK-02
?? - ?? - ?? - ETHSAT6U (CubeSat-6U)
?? - CZ-6 - ?? - HY-3A Haiyang-3A
?? - ?? - ?? - HY-3B Haiyang-3B
?? - ?? - ?? - ZX-?? Zhongxing-?? (full electric propulsion satellite)
?? - ?? - ?? - Two Meter Space Telescope
?? - ?? - ?? - Luojia-1 (02)
?? - ?? - ?? - Jinggong-1 (CubeSat-6U)
?? - KZ-1A - ?? - Hainan-1 (4)
?? - KZ-1A - ?? - Hainan-1 (5)
?? - KZ-1A - ?? - Hainan-1 (6)
?? - ?? - ?? - Sanya-1 (1)
?? - ?? - ?? - Sanya-1 (2)
?? - ?? - ?? - Tianqin-1

2021

First quarter - CZ-5B (Y2) - WSLC, LC101 - Tianhe-1
End - ?? - ?? - Advanced Space-borne Solar Observatory (ASO-S)
?? - CZ-2F/G - JSLC, LC43/91 - SZ-12 Shenzhou-12
?? - CZ-2F/G - JSLC, LC43/91 - SZ-13 Shenzhou-13
?? - SQX-2 - JSLC (?) - ??
?? - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC - FY-4M Fengyun-4M
?? - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC - TECHO-1 (Qingwang-1)
?? - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC - TCSTAR-1 (Thaicom)
?? - CZ-2C - XSLC - SVOM (Space-based multi-band astronomical Variable Objects Monitor)
?? - CZ-4B - XSLC - ??
?? - CZ-4C - TSLC - FY-3F Fengyun-3F
?? - CZ-7 - WSLC, LC201 - TZ-2 Tianzhou-2
?? - CZ-7 - WSLC, LC201 - TZ-3 Tianzhou-3
?? - CZ-5B - WSLC, LC101 - WT Wentian Space Station Laboratory
?? - ?? - ?? - Sansha-1 (1)
?? - ?? - ?? - Sansha-1 (2)
?? - ?? - ?? - Infante

2022

April - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC - LSTSAT-1 (was Nicasat-1)
End - ?? - ?? - Einstein Probe
?? - ?? - ?? - El Guaicaipuro (Venezuela)
?? - CZ-5B - WSLC, LC101 - MT Mengtian Space Station Laboratory
?? - CZ-5B - WSLC, LC101 - XT Xuntian Space Station Laboratory
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101 - Zhenghe (Near-Earth Asteroid Multi-Target Detection)
?? - CZ-7 - WSLC, LC201 - TZ-4 Tianzhou-4
?? - CZ-4C - TSLC - FY-3G Fengyun-3G
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - HY-2D Haiyang-2F
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - HY-2D Haiyang-2G
?? - ?? - ?? - MisrSat-2

2023

?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101 - Mars Lander and Rover
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101 - Chang'e-6 (Sample return)
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - HY-2D Haiyang-2H
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4D Fengyun-4D
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-3RM2 Fengyun-3RM2
?? - ?? - ?? - HY-3C Haiyang-3C

2024

?? - CZ-4C - TSLC - FY-3H Fengyun-3H
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101 - Sun Fixed Point Observation
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101 - Venus Exploration Orbiter
?? - ?? - ?? - HY-3D Haiyang-3D

2025

?? -?? - ?? - Proposed Moon Landing
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101 - Main-Belt Asteroid (Ceres) Sample Return
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101 - South Pole Landing & Cruise
?? - ?? - ?? - enhanced X-ray Timing and Polarimetry mission(eXTP)

2027

?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101 - Solar Polar Orbit Observer
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101 - North Pole Landing & isru
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4E Fengyun-4E

2028

?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101 - Jupiter Orbiter
?? - CZ-9 - WSLC - ??

2030

?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4F Fengyun-4F

2033

?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4G Fengyun-4G

Undefined

?? - ?? - TSLC - CBERS-5
?? - ?? - TSLC - CBERS-6
?? - ?? - TSLC - Tianyi MV-1
?? - ?? - ?? - Shenzhen-1
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/94 - JL-2 Jilin-2
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/94 - JL-3 Jilin-3
?? - ?? - ?? - ZDPS-3 Zheda Pixing-3
?? - ?? - ?? - Huaizong-1
?? - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC - CongoSat-1
?? - ?? - ?? - Water Cycle Observation Mission (WCOM)
?? - ?? - ?? - Magnetosphere-Ionosphere/Thermosphere Coupling Exploration (MIT)

Statistics:

Orbital launches from Chinese launch centers - 350 (Jiuquan - 123, Xichang - 139, Taiyuan - 82, Wenchang - 5, Yellow Sea - 1)

January 1
January 2
January 3
January 4
January 5
January 6
January 8
January 9
January 11
January 11
January 13
January 14
« Last Edit: 01/14/2020 09:27 am by Satori »

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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #1941 on: 01/03/2020 05:49 am »
http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2020-01/03/c_138676035.htm
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BEIJING, Jan. 3 (Xinhua) -- China's aerospace industry will see a busy year in 2020, with the number of space launches expected to exceed 40, according to the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC).
The highlights of the space activities include the launch of China's first Mars probe, the Chang'e-5 lunar probe, which is expected to bring moon samples back to Earth, the final step of China's current lunar exploration program, as well as the completion of the BeiDou Navigation Satellite System constellation.
Three new types of carrier rockets including the Long March-5B, Long March-7A and Long March-8 will make their maiden flights in 2020, said the CASC.
In addition, some commercial satellites such as the APSTAR-6D satellite and the experiment satellite for the construction of satellite Internet will also be launched.
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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #1942 on: 01/04/2020 08:32 am »
There are reports that the Long March 7A first flight may be carrying another "thingy" to be named TJSW-6.  :-X
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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #1943 on: 01/04/2020 08:35 pm »
There are reports that the Long March 7A first flight may be carrying another "thingy" to be named TJSW-6.  :-X
So Taihu-1 is most likely a payload on CZ-5B rather than CZ-8.

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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #1944 on: 01/05/2020 05:42 pm »
http://database.eohandbook.com/database/agencysummary.aspx?agencyID=3
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Planned Missions timeline    
Mission   Launch
HY-2C       2019
HY-2D       2019
HY-3A       2019
HY-3B       2020
HY-2F       2020
HY-2E       2021
HY-3C      2022
HY-2G      2022

Considered Missions timeline    
Mission   Launch   
HY-1D       2019
HY-1E       2022
HY-1F       2023
HY-2H      2024
HY-3D      2024   

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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #1945 on: 01/05/2020 05:47 pm »
http://database.eohandbook.com/database/agencysummary.aspx?agencyID=20
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Planned Missions timeline    
Mission    Launch
FY-3E         2019   
FY-4B        2019
FY-4C        2020
FY-3F         2021
FY-3H        2021
FY-4D        2023
FY-4E        2027
FY-4F        2030
FY-4G       2033   

Considered Missions timeline    
Mission   Launch
FY-3G       2022

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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #1946 on: 01/07/2020 12:00 pm »
http://www.spaceflightfans.cn/event/kz-11-rocket-first-launch?instance_id=3017
They have the first KZ-11 in February, 25-27.
Google Translation
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Venue: China Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center
Rocket: Clipper 11 Launch Vehicle (KZ-11)
Loads: Jilin No. 1 high score 02A star, Sunflower No. 1 double star, gamma-ray burst detection satellite, Jiading No. 1 (OKW-01), Zhongwei No. 1 total of six stars
Clients: Changguang Satellite, Shanghai Microsatellite Engineering Center, Tianyi Research Institute, Ou Kewei, Galaxy Aerospace
Orbit: SSO

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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #1947 on: 01/07/2020 12:20 pm »
http://www.spaceflightfans.cn/event/kz-11-rocket-first-launch?instance_id=3017
They have the first KZ-11 in February, 25-27.
Google Translation
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Venue: China Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center
Rocket: Clipper 11 Launch Vehicle (KZ-11)
Loads: Jilin No. 1 high score 02A star, Sunflower No. 1 double star, gamma-ray burst detection satellite, Jiading No. 1 (OKW-01), Zhongwei No. 1 total of six stars
Clients: Changguang Satellite, Shanghai Microsatellite Engineering Center, Tianyi Research Institute, Ou Kewei, Galaxy Aerospace
Orbit: SSO

The same page notes that the date is a placeholder for late February.
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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #1948 on: 01/08/2020 05:01 pm »
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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #1949 on: 01/08/2020 10:16 pm »
01 - January 7 (15:20:14.977) - CZ-3B/G2 (Y62) - XSLC (07-112), LC3 - TJSW-5

CZ-3B/G3 Y62
https://baike.baidu.com/item/%E9%95%BF%E5%BE%81%E4%B8%89%E5%8F%B7%E4%B9%99%E8%BF%90%E8%BD%BD%E7%81%AB%E7%AE%AD

西昌卫星发射中心2号工位 = LC2

https://zh.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E9%95%BF%E5%BE%81%E4%B8%89%E5%8F%B7%E4%B9%99%E8%BF%90%E8%BD%BD%E7%81%AB%E7%AE%AD

It seems like they are phasing out the G2 in favour of the G3. G4 and G5 versions next??

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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #1950 on: 01/14/2020 09:51 pm »
Are these the last orbital launches before Chinese New Year?

China launch schedule

2020

January 15 (02:53) - CZ-2D (Y58) - TSLC, LC9 - Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, Sophie (—uSat-7), Marie (—uSat-8), Renmin-1 Tianqi-4
January 16 15 / 19 12 (~03:00) 11 (23:30) 9 - KZ-1A (Y9) - JSLC - Yinhe-1

January 1
January 3
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January 6
January 9
January 11
January 13
January 14
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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #1951 on: 01/15/2020 07:39 am »
China launches in 2020 (times in UTC)

01 - January 7 (15:20:14.977) - CZ-3B/G3 (Y62) - XSLC (07-112), LC2 - TJSW-5
02 - January 15 (02:53:04.636) - CZ-2D (Y58) - TSLC, LC9 - Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, —uSat-7 (Sophie), —uSat-8 (Marie), Tianqi-5
03 - January 16 (03:02) - KZ-1A (Y9) - JSLC - Yinhe-1 (GS-SparkSat 03)
04 -

China launch schedule


2020

February 17 (?) - CZ-2C - XSLC - Yaogan Weixing-30 Group-06 'Chuangxin-5 (16/18)'
Late February 25 (?) - KZ-11 - JSLC - Jiama Shexian Bao Tance Weixing (Gamma ray burst detection micro satellite), Tianiy-4 (Xiaoxiang-4), Zhongwei-1, Xianrikui-1A, Xianrikui-1B, Yijian Duoxing
February - CZ-11 - XSLC - ??
March - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC - Beidou-3G2Q
March - CZ-7A - WSLC, LC201 - TJSW-6
April - CZ-5B (Y1) - WSLC, LC201 - New generation manned spacecraft first flight
May - ?? - WSLC, LC? - Taihu-1
June - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC - Beidou-3G3Q
First half - JL-1 - JSLC - HN-03, HN-04
Mid - ?? - ?? - Xidian-1
July 23 / August 8 - CZ-5 (Y4) - WSLC, LC101 - HX-1 Huoxing-1 (Mars mission)
July - CZ-6 - TSLC, LC16 - 13 Satellogic Sats
October - CZ-5B (Y1) - WSLC, LC201 - New generation manned spacecraft first flight
End - CZ-5 (Y5) - WSLC, LC101 - Chang'e-5 (Sample return)
End - CZ-11 - ?? - Gravitational wave high-energy Electromagnetic Counterpart All-sky Monitor (GECAM)
End - ?? - JSLC - CAS-7A
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC - SJ-19 Shijian-19 (New Generation Recoverable Satellite)
?? - CZ-11 - JSLC - CAS-5A, CAS-5B and others
?? - CZ-11 - JSLC - OVS-2; OHS-2s; OKW-2; TY-1(04)
?? - CZ-11 - JSLC - Lingque (2 test sats)
?? February 1 (?) - KZ-1A (Y6) - JSLC - Xingyun-2 01; Xingyun-2 02
?? - KZ-1A - JSLC - ??
?? - KZ-1A - JSLC - ??
?? - KZ-1A - JSLC - ??
?? - KZ-1A - JSLC - ??
?? - KZ-11 - JSLC - (Two small comsats from Wuhan)
?? - KZ-11 - JSLC (?) - Xingyun-1 (01); Xingyun-1 (02)
?? - CZ-8 - WSLC, LC201 - ??
?? - JL-1 - WSLC - Hainan-1 (1); Hainan-1 (2); Hainan-1 (3); Hainan-1 (4)
?? - CZ-2D - TSLC, LC9 - CAS-6 and others
?? - CZ-4C - TSLC - FY-3 Fengyun-3RM-1
?? - CZ-3B - XSLC - FY-4B Fengyun-4B
?? - CZ-3B - XSLC - FY-4C Fengyun-4C
?? - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC - Palapa-N1 (Nusantara-2)
?? - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC - Apstar-6D
?? - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC - Jianyang-1
?? - CZ-2D - XSLC - ??
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - HY-2C Haiyang-2C
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - HY-2D Haiyang-2D
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - HY-2D Haiyang-2E
?? - CZ-4C - TSLC - FY-3E Fengyun-3E
?? - CZ-2C - TSLC, LC9 - HY-1D Haiyang-1D
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - ZY-3 Ziyuan-3 (3)
?? - CZ-6 - TSLC, LC16 - Satellogic Sats
?? - CZ-6 - TSLC, LC16 - Satellogic Sats
?? - CZ-6 - TSLC, LC16 - Satellogic Sats
?? - CZ-6A - TSLC, LC16 - ??
?? - CZ-11H - SL - Jilin-1 High Resolution 03 (x9)
?? - CZ-11H - SL - ??
?? - CZ-11H - SL - ??

?? - ?? -?? - ZK-01, ZK-02
?? - ?? - ?? - ETHSAT6U (CubeSat-6U)
?? - CZ-6 - ?? - HY-3A Haiyang-3A
?? - ?? - ?? - HY-3B Haiyang-3B
?? - ?? - ?? - ZX-?? Zhongxing-?? (full electric propulsion satellite)
?? - ?? - ?? - Two Meter Space Telescope
?? - ?? - ?? - Luojia-1 (02)
?? - ?? - ?? - Jinggong-1 (CubeSat-6U)
?? - KZ-1A - ?? - Hainan-1 (4)
?? - KZ-1A - ?? - Hainan-1 (5)
?? - KZ-1A - ?? - Hainan-1 (6)
?? - ?? - ?? - Sanya-1 (1)
?? - ?? - ?? - Sanya-1 (2)
?? - ?? - ?? - Tianqin-1

2021

First quarter - CZ-5B (Y2) - WSLC, LC101 - Tianhe-1
End - ?? - ?? - Advanced Space-borne Solar Observatory (ASO-S)
?? - CZ-2F/G - JSLC, LC43/91 - SZ-12 Shenzhou-12
?? - CZ-2F/G - JSLC, LC43/91 - SZ-13 Shenzhou-13
?? - SQX-2 - JSLC (?) - ??
?? - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC - FY-4M Fengyun-4M
?? - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC - TECHO-1 (Qingwang-1)
?? - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC - TCSTAR-1 (Thaicom)
?? - CZ-2C - XSLC - SVOM (Space-based multi-band astronomical Variable Objects Monitor)
?? - CZ-4B - XSLC - ??
?? - CZ-4C - TSLC - FY-3F Fengyun-3F
?? - CZ-7 - WSLC, LC201 - TZ-2 Tianzhou-2
?? - CZ-7 - WSLC, LC201 - TZ-3 Tianzhou-3
?? - CZ-5B - WSLC, LC101 - WT Wentian Space Station Laboratory
?? - ?? - ?? - Sansha-1 (1)
?? - ?? - ?? - Sansha-1 (2)
?? - ?? - ?? - Infante

2022

April - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC - LSTSAT-1 (was Nicasat-1)
End - ?? - ?? - Einstein Probe
?? - ?? - ?? - El Guaicaipuro (Venezuela)
?? - CZ-5B - WSLC, LC101 - MT Mengtian Space Station Laboratory
?? - CZ-5B - WSLC, LC101 - XT Xuntian Space Station Laboratory
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101 - Zhenghe (Near-Earth Asteroid Multi-Target Detection)
?? - CZ-7 - WSLC, LC201 - TZ-4 Tianzhou-4
?? - CZ-4C - TSLC - FY-3G Fengyun-3G
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - HY-2D Haiyang-2F
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - HY-2D Haiyang-2G
?? - CZ-11A - ?? - ??
?? - ?? - ?? - MisrSat-2

2023

?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101 - Mars Lander and Rover
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101 - Chang'e-6 (Sample return)
?? - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - HY-2D Haiyang-2H
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4D Fengyun-4D
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-3RM2 Fengyun-3RM2
?? - ?? - ?? - HY-3C Haiyang-3C

2024

?? - CZ-4C - TSLC - FY-3H Fengyun-3H
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101 - Sun Fixed Point Observation
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101 - Venus Exploration Orbiter
?? - ?? - ?? - HY-3D Haiyang-3D

2025

?? -?? - ?? - Proposed Moon Landing
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101 - Main-Belt Asteroid (Ceres) Sample Return
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101 - South Pole Landing & Cruise
?? - ?? - ?? - enhanced X-ray Timing and Polarimetry mission(eXTP)

2027

?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101 - Solar Polar Orbit Observer
?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101 - North Pole Landing & isru
?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4E Fengyun-4E

2028

?? - CZ-5 - WSLC, LC101 - Jupiter Orbiter
?? - CZ-9 - WSLC - ??

2030

?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4F Fengyun-4F

2033

?? - ?? - ?? - FY-4G Fengyun-4G

Undefined

?? - ?? - TSLC - CBERS-5
?? - ?? - TSLC - CBERS-6
?? - ?? - TSLC - Tianyi MV-1
?? - ?? - ?? - Shenzhen-1
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/94 - JL-2 Jilin-2
?? - CZ-2D - JSLC, LC43/94 - JL-3 Jilin-3
?? - ?? - ?? - ZDPS-3 Zheda Pixing-3
?? - ?? - ?? - Huaizong-1
?? - CZ-3B/G2 - XSLC - CongoSat-1
?? - ?? - ?? - Water Cycle Observation Mission (WCOM)
?? - ?? - ?? - Magnetosphere-Ionosphere/Thermosphere Coupling Exploration (MIT)

Statistics:

Orbital launches from Chinese launch centers - 352 (Jiuquan - 124, Xichang - 139, Taiyuan - 83, Wenchang - 5, Yellow Sea - 1)

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January 19
January 20
January 24
January 27
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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #1952 on: 01/16/2020 11:59 am »
https://sputniknews.com/world/202001141078029482-russia-china-consider-building-joint-on-orbit-assembling-space-telescope---project-member/
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Building Joint On-Orbit Assembling Space Telescope - Project Member
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MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Russian and Chinese experts have developed a joint concept of what can become the world's first large telescope to be assembled in space by supervised robotic manipulators, Mikhail Sachkov, the deputy director of the Institute of Astronomy at the Russian Academy of Sciences which develops the project on the Russian end, said.

"Our Chinese colleagues have asked our institute to become the scientific organization of the telescope which they are going to promote. They wanted us to provide a complete scientific grounding of the project and relevant equipment. That is to say, they make the telescope and Russia makes the optical spectrometer," Sachkov said.

The 33-feet On-orbit Assembling Space Telescope (OAST) is what his institute and the Changchun Institute of Optics, Fine Mechanics and Physics are aiming to develop to match the US-developed James Webb Space Telescope, designed to replace Hubble Space Telescope.

    According to the scientist, the project presently is not included in neither of the countries' space programs and, consequently, gets no state funding and is developed on a voluntary basis. He added that the telescope can be completed in the 2030s.

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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #1953 on: 01/17/2020 04:13 pm »
According to the 9ifly Chinese space forum, there will be a launch of a CZ-11 rocket from Xichang in February 2020.

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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #1954 on: 01/17/2020 04:54 pm »
According to Spaaceflightfans.cn, the first launch of a KZ-11 rocket is schedule for February 25 (TBC).

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Re: Chinese launch schedule
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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #1956 on: 01/20/2020 10:51 am »
http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2020-01/20/c_138720985.htm
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China's Long March-5B carrier rocket has passed testing and examination before leaving the factory and is expected to make its maiden flight in the first half of 2020, according to the China Manned Space Agency.

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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #1957 on: 01/20/2020 01:38 pm »
On the reports of rumored CZ-2D and CZ-11 launches from Xichang - both a first - next month, this photo just shown up showing the satellite testing team for a certain "XJS-F" apparently going to stay there during next week's Chinese New Year holidays. It looks like it might be flying on one of these two flights.

Also to look out for the CZ-11 might be the Gravitational wave high-energy Electromagnetic Counterpart All-sky Monitor (GECAM) mission from the Chinese Academy of Sciences, a pair of gamma-ray astronomy satellites looking for gravitational wave events along the likes of LIGO and VIRGO. Previous reports put it on launching on a CZ-11 to a low inclination orbit, so it is possible that next month's CZ-11 might be flying it, though other reports put it launching later this year and probably from the sea. 🤔

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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #1958 on: 01/20/2020 02:05 pm »
Hainan-1, consisting of 4 satellites, is currently planned to launch on a Jielong-1 out of Wenchang in October 2020 towards a 470 km altitude, 20 deg. inclination LEO. I wonder from which piece of flat land are they planning to launch from.....
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Re: Chinese launch schedule
« Reply #1959 on: 01/20/2020 02:44 pm »
On the situation of CZ-11 this year:

https://twitter.com/AJ_FI/status/1219027315377758208

One of the 3 barge launches will be a 9 satellites launch, all of the Jilin-1 High Resolution 03 series, and all 3 barge launches are going to SSO. While CZ-11 s/n SL-Y2 will continue to be assembled and tested in Beijing and only uses the barge's home port in Haiyang, Shandong Province as a staging point, Y3 & Y4 will be assembled and tested in Haiyang later this year when expanded testing facilities there opens.
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