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CZ-4B successfully sent four satellites to space, validating the grid fin system-based control technology of first sub-stage landing area

CZ-4B successfully sent four satellites to space, validating the grid fin system-based control technology of first sub-stage landing area

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2019/11/05 23:38
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At 11:22 on November 3, CZ-4B launch vehicle was ignited at Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center and successfully sent GF-7 satellite of the High Resolution Earth Observation System Special Project (high r

At 11:22 on November 3, CZ-4B launch vehicle was ignited at Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center and successfully sent GF-7 satellite of the High Resolution Earth Observation System Special Project (high resolution special project for short) to the intended orbit. The launch vehicle also carried delicate high resolution experiment satellite, Sudan scientific experiment satellite 1#, and Tianyi 15# satellite.

▲ CZ-4B launch vehicle soared up into the sky

Delicate high resolution experiment satellite, which is developed by Shanghai institute of Satellite engineering, is mainly used for relevant technical validation.

CZ-4B launch vehicle is a normal temperature fluid three-stage launcher developed by Shanghai Academy of Spaceflight Technology. It has the ability for launching various satellites, and single satellite and multiple satellites with different orbital requirements.

▲ CZ-4B launch vehicle in the workshop

The launch task successfully validated the grid fin system-based control technology of first sub-stage landing area. Application of this technology will lay a solid technical foundation for the development of reusable launch vehicles in the future.

▲ Installation of grid fin

This launch task serves as the 316th launch mission of Long March launch vehicles, as well as the 109th flight test of Long March launch vehicles developed by Shanghai Academy of Spaceflight Technology.

Source: Official WeChat Account of China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation