China Aerospace launched second high-accuracy sensing satellite

China launched the remote sensing satellite SuperView-1 03/04. China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation has launched a pair of remote sensing satellites at an accuracy of 0.5 meters from the Taiyuan Satellite Laundry Center in Shanxi Province, northern China. The satellites exploded on Tuesday using the 2D Long March Rocket.

The company said the mission aims to promote the commercial use of remote sensing satellites at high resolution. The satellite was named SuperView-1 03/04 and exploded at 11:25 Beijing time behind the Long March 2D rocket.

Tinuku China Aerospace launched second high-accuracy sensing satellite

Satellite makes it possible to create images at a resolution of 0.5 meters which is expected to serve remote sensing data to customers worldwide and provide services for surveying and mapping land, resources, environmental monitoring, finance, insurance, and the Internet industry.

The satellite was developed by China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation where the latest release is the company's second commercial remote sensing satellite. The launch of the first satellite named SuperView-1 01/02 was done in December 2016.

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