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China Launches Ziyuan 3, Works On New Earth-Observation Sats
January 11, 2012
BEIJING — Development of more new Chinese Earth-observation satellites is in the planning stage, national space contractor CASC says, in announcing the launch of the latest such spacecraft. A Long March 4B rocket lofted the new satellite, Ziyuan 3, to a 500-km sun-synchronous orbit inclined at 97.5...
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