Among them are a satellite for the prevention of natural disasters, a remote sensing satellite with artificial intelligence, and a satellite for expanding navigation.
China launched the CERES-1 Y7 launch vehicle on Thursday / REUTERS
China on Thursday launched the CERES-1 Y7 launch vehicle from the Jiuquan Spaceport in the northwest of the country, putting seven satellites into their planned orbit.
As reported Xinhuaa commercial rocket launched from the spaceport at 12:03 Beijing time (7:03 Kyiv time), with seven satellites on board.
Among them is the Xiguang-1 01 satellite, equipped with hyperspectral, infrared and panchromatic cameras, which will be mainly used for Earth observation, natural resource maintenance, agriculture, forestry, and natural disaster prevention.
Also on board the rocket is a remote sensing satellite with artificial intelligence called WonderJourney-1a and Starpool i-1B, designed for remote sensing, communication between satellites and satellite-Earth, as well as a satellite for the extension of navigation.
The launch was the seventh flight using CERES-1 series rockets.
China is preparing for war
Recently, experts have pointed to a number of signs indicating that China is actively preparing for a war over Taiwan.
In particular, the Chinese army is actively rehearsing actions to attack Taiwan – maneuvers are being conducted, which are an open rehearsal of the naval blockade of the island. In recent days, maneuvers of the Chinese aviation have become frequent.
Japan, which is already planning to actively prepare for the future war for Taiwan and demonstrate to China its readiness to defend the island state together with the United States, is worried about this situation.
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