A day after the launch of a new satellite, China on Thursday morning succeeded in launching 3 more satellites into Earth orbits.
According to China Central Television, the three Yaogan-35-02 satellites were sent into Earth orbit by a Chinese-made Long March-2D rocket, and the rocket took off from Xichang Cosmodrome in southwest Sichuan Province at 5:22 local time ( 10:22 Moscow time).
And Chinese media indicated that the three satellites had reached their required space orbits, and that the launch process had become the 424th time that her country had used Long March missiles to send satellites or vehicles into Earth orbits.
China designed Yaogan satellites to study the Earth’s surface, assess the condition of agricultural crops that grow on its surface, and use them to monitor the effects of natural disasters, and some analysts believe that many of these satellites can be used for remote sensing of the Earth or could have military uses in reconnaissance. Optical electronic.