China’s Landspace Aims At 2020 Launch Of Main Rocket

Credit: ZQ-2A model: Bradley Perrett/Aerospace DAILY
BREMEN, Germany—Chinese private space-launcher developer Landspace aims to make the first flight of its main rocket in 2020, following a complete engine test late this year or early next. A small solid-propellant rocket, an interim product intended mainly to gain entry into the market, is due to fly...

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