One temple will be the first successful second orbit orbit
Beijing the evening of 29 September 2011 21:16, Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in China’s manned space launch site, with the” Long March II F “T1 carrier rocket, China’s first goal of the new aircraft development “Temple” was launched. China news agency reporters Sun Zi and Fa She
Beijing the evening of 29 September 2011 21:16, Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in China’s manned space launch site, with the “Long March II F” T1 carrier, China developed the first goal of the new aircraft, “Temple” was launched. China news agency reporters Sun Zi and Fa She
China news agency, Beijing, September 30 – Target China’s first aircraft, “Temple”, September 30, successfully completed the first orbit after orbit running task.
9 月 29 日 21 时 16 points, Temple One target aircraft from the carrier rocket Long March II FT1 in northwest China Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center, in about 10 minutes later, Temple One into the perigee about 200 km about 346 km apogee orbit. At 1:58 on September 30 about the flight to the fourth lap, Temple One at the Beijing Aerospace Control Center under the control of tasks successfully completed the first orbit, the apogee of its height from about 346 km to about 355 km.
according to plan, 30 pm, when the flight to the first 13 laps, Temple One goal of the second aircraft will orbit. It is reported that, for the purpose of these two orbit is an oval-shaped temple One from the initial track, lift the nearly circular orbits, and to facilitate future spacecraft “Shenzhou 8″ effective spacecraft rendezvous and docking. (End)
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