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China Has Two More Satellites Launched Into Space

China has lately sent 2 more satellites into the orbits just after having a unique double rocket takeoff from diverse launch centers. ExPace built the Kuaizhou-1A rocket and launched the multitasking satellites KL-a-A and KL-a-B, which were collectively termed as KL-Alpha. The satellites were flown into space as a part of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and it was found to have taken off from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center. China has not disclosed much about the satellites that are on a test mission as it may take weeks or months. The high-speed Ka-band communication technology is possibly going to be used by the 2 satellites with the help of a German company that the Chinese do not wish to provide.

The Kuaizhou-1A rocket is a booster that was developed to help at the time of launch opportunities. The rocket was designed to take small satellites into the low Earth orbit. The Kuaizhou-1A booster and Long March rocket are the top most missions of the country that took off 2 Weeks apart. The Long March 6 rocket boarding 5 remote sensing satellites took off from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center on November 13, 2019. Previously on November 12, 2019, the Kuaizhou-1A rocket along with Jilin-1 Gaofen 02A flew into space from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center.

Likewise, a NASA rover that is circling the lunar body has recently spotted a huge impact resulted from the crashing of a Chinese satellite. The Longjiang-2 spacecraft was commonly referred to as the Discovering the Sky at Longest Wavelengths Pathfinder (DSLWP-B). It had been raced onto the far side of the Moon on July 31, 2019, after finishing its orbital mission. It is on November 14, 2019, that the researchers imaged an impact site on the lunar surface. After a proper data analysis, the researchers have now found the Longjiang-2 that was designed to orbit the Moon to have exceeded its time period and in order to avoid cluttering in the orbit to have crash-landed onto the lunar surface. The impact seems to have created a crater that is 13 Feet by 16 Feet with the long axis directed southwest to northeast.

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