In China crashed rocket with a satellite television

In China crashed rocket with a satellite television

In China crashed rocket with a satellite television

The missile was carrying a satellite called "Future" on behalf of China's state-owned Central Television (CCTV), according to the Reuters agency.

The Landspace statement said that it still believes that building satellite-carrying rockets is "the right decision for the company".

The first attempt by a private Chinese company to send a rocket into space has failed. The company said it was the first private licensed company in China to launch carrier rockets. Beijing-based Landspace said that the first and second stage of its ZQ-1 rocket worked normally on... Many of these companies have already conducted suborbital launches over the past several months. We will carry on with our dream for the vast space'. It would be capable of delivering a 4,000-kilogram payload capacity to a 200-kilometer low Earth orbit and 2,000 kilograms to 500-kilometer SSO.

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"Next, through the telemetry data collected by the satellite launch center, [we] will fulfill the next step of the flight process and explain the whole flight to the public as soon as possible", Changwu said. The 62 foot (19 m) tall rocket weighs in at 60,000 lbs (27 metric tons) and generates nearly 100,000 lbs (45 metric tons) of thrust.

This was China's 30 launch attempt this year but is considered its first "failure" of 2018.

Since coming to office in 2012, President Xi Jinping has made becoming a "space flight superpower" a priority for the government, which has a goal of sending a permanent manned space station into orbit by around 2022. It was founded in 2015. The last launch failure occurred in July 2017 when a first-stage engine failure occurred on a Long March 5 launch vehicle.

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