News Archive / Tagged: BeiDou
Long March 3B orbits another BeiDou-3 satellite duoTomasz NowakowskiNovember 19th, 2018
Using its long-serving Long March 3B rocket, China sent another pair of BeiDou-3 spacecraft for the country’s homegrown satellite navigation system on Monday, November 19 (local time). This is the eighth time this year that Beijing has launched a BeiDou-3 duo to replenish its navigation network.
Long March 3B lofts BeiDou-3 spacecraftTomasz NowakowskiNovember 2nd, 2018
Using a Long March 3B booster a new geosynchronous spacecraft for the country’s BeiDou satellite navigation system was sent to orbit on Thursday, November 1. The satellite, designated BeiDou-3 G1Q, expands China's BeiDou network to 17.
Long March 3B adds another spacecraft duo for China’s BeiDou satellite navigation systemTomasz NowakowskiOctober 16th, 2018
Continuing its busy 2018 manifest, a Long March 3B rocket launched to deliver the two newest spacecraft for China’s homegrown satellite navigation network.
Two new BeiDou-3 navigation satellites launched atop Long March 3BTomasz NowakowskiAugust 26th, 2018
On Saturday, August 25, China successfully launched its Long March 3B booster carrying two new BeiDou-3 spacecraft to replenish China's homegrown satellite navigation network.
China churns out yet another launch with flight of BeiDou-2 I7 navigation satelliteTomasz NowakowskiJuly 10th, 2018
On Monday, July 9, China utilized a Long March 3A rocket to send the BeiDou-2 I7 satellite on its way to orbit. The flight marked the second successful launch in less than two days - and added another spacecraft to the nation's homegrown BeiDou satellite navigation system.
China to launch another BeiDou-3 navigation satellite duoTomasz NowakowskiMarch 27th, 2018
China is gearing up to conduct its ninth flight of this year (2018) by launching another pair of BeiDou-3 navigation satellites on Thursday, March 29.
China launches its latest BeiDou navigation satellite into spaceTomasz NowakowskiJune 14th, 2016
A Long March 3C launch vehicle, carrying the BeiDou-2 Compass G7 spacecraft, soared skyward at 15:30 GMT on Sunday, June 12, to replenish China's homegrown BeiDou satellite navigation program. Liftoff was from Launch Area 3 at the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in China’s Sichuan Province.
China successfully launches its newest BeiDou navigation satelliteTomasz NowakowskiMarch 30th, 2016
On March 29, China launched the newest addition to its homegrown BeiDou Navigation Satellite System. The Beidou-2 IGSO-6 satellite lifted off on a Long March 3A rocket at 4:11 p.m. EDT (20:11 GMT) from Launch Complex 2 at the Xichang Satellite Launch Center.