China Launches Third Batch of Yaogan-30 Remote Sensing Satellites

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Aniruddha Paul
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On December 26 at 3.44 am Beijing Time (7.44 pm Christmas in GMT), China launched remote sensing satellites from Xichang Satellite Launch Center. The satellites were carried by a Long March-2c carrier rocket.

It was announced from the center that these satellites have entered the preset orbit and the success of the entire launch was confirmed.

The mission is a part of the Yaogan-30 project, as its third batch, and it is also the 260th mission of the rocket family of Long March. The satellites have the purpose of conducting electromagnetic environmental probes and other experiments.

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