International leader! This satellite is called "Jiefangbei No. 1"!Today (7)Chongqing Aerospace Information Industry Development ForumAnd Remote Sensing Industry Application Summit Forum Held in Yuzhong Districton the forumChongqing Satellite Remote Sensing Industry Big Data Application Base UnveiledThe Chongqing Satellite Remote Sensing Industry-University-Research Alliance was establishedYuzhong District of Chongqing signed cooperation agreements with 10 enterprisesWill work together to create aerospace information technology innovationA new highland for industrial developmentIn order to accelerate the expansion of the application of satellite remote sensing technologyRemote sensing satellite named "Jiefangbei No. 1"It is also officially released on the forum sitethe satelliteYuzhong District Government willCo-launch with Aerospace VisionThe overall technology of "Jiefangbei No. 1" has reached the international leading level. It has the capabilities of high-precision terrain surveying and mapping, high-precision deformation detection, high-resolution wide-format imaging, and three-dimensional imaging. High application value."The aerospace information industry led by satellite Internet is in a golden period of development, with broad prospects and great promise." Wu Wenzhong, chief planner of the Ministry of Natural Resources, said in a video speech that since 2015, China's satellite Internet construction has entered an era of acceleration. The company exerts private efficiency and promotes the transformation of domestic satellite manufacturing from the "laboratory customized research and development model" to the "industrialized mass production model", which is expected to reshape the industrial ecology."Chongqing municipal government's multi-directional deployment of satellite Internet drives energy levels to jump, and draws a blueprint for a 100-billion-level aerospace information industry cluster." Wu Wenzhong said that he hopes that local governments and industry associations will lead the majority of enterprises to coordinate the relationship between development and security, and adhere to the overall National security concept, resolutely guard the bottom line of spatio-temporal information and geographic information security compliance. At the same time, strengthen industry self-discipline, encourage healthy competition, create a healthy and sustainable market and industrial development environment, and make new and greater contributions to promoting the high-quality development of the geographic information industry.
The results related to the first Mars exploration will be released on this year's China Space DayThis year, China Aerospace embarked on a new journey. The fourth phase of the lunar exploration project and the major mission of planetary exploration are advancing the development of the project; the Chinese space station has entered the stage of application and development; satellites such as Macao Science-1, high-orbit 20-meter SAR, and a new generation of ocean water color will be launched into orbit this year. Lu Bo said that the theme of China Aerospace Day in 2023 is "Looking at things to learn and asking the sky", which is intended to uphold and carry forward the spirit of "two bombs and one satellite", the spirit of manned spaceflight, the spirit of lunar exploration and the spirit of Beidou in the new era, and actively build The community of shared future for mankind in outer space advocates the general public, especially young people, to gain knowledge through action, to promote action through knowledge, and to constantly explore the mysteries of the universe.
Next Kuaizhou-1A delayed more than one month...https://twitter.com/CNSpaceflight/status/1655539555871883265
"Kuaizhou" will also usher in seven launch missions in 2023. Among them, one launch will be carried out in Jiuquan in the first, second and fourth quarters, and a joint launch will be carried out in Jiuquan and Xichang in the third quarter. Play 4 launch missions.
According to https://www.sinodefenceforum.com/t/chinas-space-program-thread-ii.9003/post-981628, Wuhan University's intelligent remote-sensing radar satellite Luojia-2 01 is scheduled to be launched on May 21, 2023.
Zhejiang University participated in the international joint research and development of this satellite, which will help to reveal the secret of the Big BangIn recent years, the detection of gravitational waves has been in the ascendant in the astronomy circle, and it has become a new window and a new means for human beings to observe the universe. Countries are scrambling to move gravitational wave observatories into space and launch gravitational wave detection satellites.From May 16th to 17th, Zhejiang University, together with Hong Kong University, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, United Arab Emirates University and Origin Space, held a seminar at the Yuquan Campus of Zhejiang University and signed a cooperation agreement. Wave Observatory - 6U CubeSat satellite, equipped with detectors in the energy range of 0.1-10MeV, to detect cosmic gamma rays.According to Professor Wang Huiquan, deputy director of the Microsatellite Research Center of Zhejiang University, compared with ground-based detection, space gravitational wave detection has a lower frequency band and has more abundant wave sources. In August 2019, my country's first space gravitational wave detection technology experimental satellite "Taiji-1" was successfully launched into orbit."MeV is a unit of energy, and 1MeV is 1 million electron volts. In space, gamma rays in the energy range of 0.1-10MeV carry a lot of astronomical information that has not been observed by humans before, which can help scientists better understand the source of gravitational waves and cosmic singularity, and lay the foundation for the follow-up large-scale MeV gamma-ray observatory mission to help human space exploration.” Wang Huiquan told Chao News that the satellite is expected to be launched into orbit in 2025.
The Kuaizhou series of rockets will perform 8 to 10 launch missions in 2023.
Launch "student-made" satellites next year! The first phase of the Shenzhen Campus of CUHK was completed, and the highlights are theseNext year, a satellite "Sun Yat-Sen University Student CubeSat" independently developed by CUHK students will take a selfie stick "up to the sky" and take a photo of themselves and the earth on the occasion of CUHK's centennial.This "small" satellite, which uses wooden environmentally friendly materials as its shell and is as long as an adult's forearm, is not technically difficult at all. "We plan to complete space missions such as the on-orbit verification of the wooden environmental protection material shell space, the on-orbit application exploration of the lightweight lattice metamaterial structure, and the on-orbit verification of the retractable selfie stick." Wang Hui, a doctoral student at the School of Aeronautics and Astronautics who led the project, is full of ambition .