Chinese carrier rocket failed to reach orbit


Chinese carrier rocket failed to reach orbit




                           Chinese carrier rocket failed to reach orbit which was privately developed. Chinese carrier rocket lifted off from Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center on Saturday.
                   
                         The three-stage Chinese carrier rocket, Zhuque-1 was developed by Beijing-based Landspace. The company said in microblog post after nominal first and second stages that spacecraft failed to reach orbit as a result of an issue with the third stage. The company said in the post that Before Zhuque carrier rocket was launched, its mission was already completed. Landspace was installed in 2015 and soon purpose to be the first Chinese private company to deliver a satellite into orbit.

Chinese carrier rocket failed to reach orbit

                The company said it was the first private licensed Chinese company to launch carrier rockets. Zhuque-1 was carrying a satellite named "Future" make for state media China Central Television.
              In May, China launched "Chongqing Liangjiang Star" into space, the first rocket developed by Beijing-based private firm OneSpace Technology.
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 permanently manned space station into orbit by around 2022

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