China Sends Remote-Sensing Satellite into Space

China Sends Remote-Sensing Satellite into Space

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China successful sends remote-sensing satellite into space. A Long March-4C rocket carrying the Yaogan-17 satellite, blasted off from the Satellite Launch Center in Jiuquan, northwest China’s Gansu Province on Monday morning.
The satellite successfully reached its target orbit.

The Yaogan-17 is mainly intended for scientific experiments, investigation of land resources, estimation of agricultural yields, and disaster management.

This is the one-hundred-and-eightieth launch, of the Long March series of carrier rockets.

Courtesy: NTD Telivision

Categories: Remote Sensing

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