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China Launches Yaogan-28 Remote Sensing Satellite

Nov 09, 2015     Email"> PrintText Size


China's Yaogan-28 remote sensing satellite was sent into space on Sunday at 3:06 p.m. from Taiyuan launch site in Shanxi Province, north China.

The satellite will be used for experiments, land surveys, crop yield estimates and disaster relief.

Yaogan-28 was carried by a Long March-4B rocket, the 217th mission for the Long March rocket family.

China launched the first "Yaogan" series satellite, Yaogan-1, in 2006. (Xinhua)


(Editor: CHEN Na)



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