China’s space exploration continues. The news came that the country, which started to make a name for itself with its works, has recently signed a new mission. According to the reports, it was reported that China sent 14 satellites into space in a single launch.
ÇİLU-2 AND ÇİLU-3 ALSO SENT
According to the news of the Chinese news agency Xinhua, 14 satellites, including the earth observation satellites Chilu-2 and Chilu-3, were launched from the Tayyuen Satellite Center in Shaanshi province with a Long March 2D rocket.
It was reported that the satellites were placed in the planned orbital position after the launch.
The launch was the 462nd successful transport mission with Long March rockets. (AA)