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Chinese Data Relay and tracking Data satellite now on Space


Chinese Data Relay and tracking Data satellite to start operating after circular orbit and one in geosynchronous Earth orbit.


On Saturday at about 22:41 at the Xichang satellite launch center a new customize satellite from  the BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS)
The sateksate was released into space.

The satellite is the 44th satellite of the BDS family and is the first BDS-3 satellite inclined in a geosynchronous Earth orbit.
it was launched on a very long March-3B Carrier rocket in China.

The new satellite Will work with other 18 BDS-3 satellites after an intermediate circular orbit and one in geosynchronous Earth orbit.

Chen Zhonggui, chief designer of the BDS-3 satellite talking about the new design satellite Said that

"When the satellite enters orbit, the service capability and accuracy of the system will be improved for our country, the surrounding regions as well as the Belt and Road region. We will also frequently launch satellites this year. We plan to officially launch the global network of the BDS-3 system by 2020," said Chen Zhonggui, chief designer of the BDS-3 satellite.

According to Yang Changfeng, the chief designer of the BeiDou system, the hybrid constellation design, in which three groups of satellites at different orbital regimes work in concert, was an exclusive BDS innovation and the world's first.

the Asian-pacific region Will have a better service within the region as the number of visible satellites is increased.


The launch was the 302nd flight mission for the Long March series of carrier rockets, and the 100th for the Long March-3B.

So far, a total of four BeiDou test satellites and 44 BDS satellites have been sent to preset orbits via 36 flight missions launched by Long March-3A and Long March-3B carrier rockets.

The launch on Saturday also marked the first launch of the BDS in 2019. This year, about eight to 10 BDS satellites are scheduled to be launched, wrapping up launch missions of all BDS-3 satellites in medium Earth orbit.

"One hundred launches have been completed with the Long March 3A rocket series, with a 98 percent success rate, which is ranked at the world's top level. We completed 14 launches last year and we have conducted 13 launches since the beginning of this year. In the coming years, we will conduct more than a dozen launch missions annually in short intervals," said Jiang Jie, chief designer of the Long March 3A rocket series.


Agricultural activities in myanma, Uganda land surveying, logistics in Thailand and
The construction of building in kuwait has been in part with the BDS for a successful setting.


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