Breaking news! A Chinese Long March 4C rocket has just been successfully launched. And pieces of it fell. See here

26/12/2021

Breaking news! A Chinese rocket has just been successfully launched from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center The launch took place at 03:11 UTC, and recently, the Chinese space agency announced that the rocket had been successfully launched. The rocket launched 2 satellites into space, namely: Ziyuan-1-02E and Xiwang-3. With this launch, China marks the 53rd orbital flight from China in 2021. 

These rockets have been launched since April 26, 2006 until December 26, 2021, and will most likely continue to launch. In these 16 years of launching the Long March 4C missile, there have been 38 launches, of which 36 have been successful and 2 have unfortunately not been successful. Long March 4C is also known as Chang Zheng 4C, CZ-4C or LM-4C. All launches of this type of rocket took place in Jiuquan, Taiyuan, and Xichang Satellite Launch Centers, all of which were launch centers. 

According to space agencies, this type of rocket is well known and has sent into space some very good satellites such as Yaogan-1, Yaogan-3 synthetic-aperture radar (SAR) satellites and the Fengyun-3A polar orbiting meteorological satellite. The first launch of this type of racquet is also confused with the launch of Long March 4B-II, which was designed as Long March 4B-II. But now the rocket is no longer confused with another, but is known as the Long March 4C. In any case, let's go back to today's launch. 

It was indeed a successful and extraordinary launch, but at one point there were a few scandals as seen in the video through which some small pieces of the rocket began to fall, most likely from the outside. But we do not have data to show that this should or should not happen. But there were quite a few small pieces that fell out of the rocket. We are still looking to see why this happened or if it should happen. But despite this, the rocket was successfully launched, and now we wish it success in taking satellites where they belong. 

We wish success to the Chinese space agency and the rocket, as well as the satellites to be able to do a great mission! 

Article by: Andacs Robert Eugen, on 26 December 2021, at 07:28 am Los Angeles time

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