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Nation's First Polar Observation Satellite Launched[Sep 16, 2019]

China put its first polar observation satellite in space on Thursday to strengthen the nation's polar research capability. BNU-1, also known as the Ice Pathfinder, was launched atop a Long March 4B carrier rocket at the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in Shanxi province at 11:26 am, together with an optical remote-sensing satellite and a micro experimental satellite, according to China Great Wall Industry Corp, the satellites' launch service contractor.

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China Launches Three New Satellites[Sep 16, 2019]

China sent a resource satellite and two small satellites into planned orbits from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in north China's Shanxi Province on Thursday. The resource satellite, ZY-1 02D, will provide observation data for natural resources asset management, ecological monitoring, disaster prevention and control, environmental protection, urban construction, transportation and contingency management.

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Australian University Eyes Stronger Sci-Tech Cooperation with China[Sep 10, 2019]

The University of New South Wales is upbeat about accelerating technology and innovation cooperation with China's research institutes and businesses given the country's steady economic expansion and growth potential. China and Australia saw an increasingly strong partnership in science and technology over the years with China making great efforts to strengthen its research capabilities.


Small Gear Has Big Potential in Space[Sep 10, 2019]

The 206th Institute under the China Aerospace Science and Industry Corp has devised a pocket-size device which could extend small satellites' life spans and help prevent them from becoming hazardous space debris earlier this year.

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Polar Observation Satellite Will Debut Soon[Sep 09, 2019]

China will soon launch the first satellite in its space-based polar observation network in an attempt to improve the nation's polar research capability. The BNU-1 will be lifted atop a Long March 4B carrier rocket from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in Shanxi province before the end of this month.

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China's Lunar Rover Travels over 284 Meters on Moon's Far Side[Sep 09, 2019]

China's lunar rover Yutu-2 has driven 284.66 meters on the far side of the moon to conduct scientific exploration on the virgin territory. Both the lander and the rover of the Chang'e-4 probe switched to its dormant mode for the lunar night on Friday (Beijing time).


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